It's the 57th Bookstore Cafe opened worldwide by the Charity foundation and it's the 17th in Malaysia. 10% discount on books and 30% discount on drinks until end of Nov:
One of the volunteers sponsored the rental for 12-months, thus the shop could be opened successfully in Puchong. Now the community no need to go to Bukit Bintang branch anymore:
The opening ceremony at 10:30am:
They had opened another Bookstore cafe in Tropicana City Mall on 12 Oct 2011 because the rental was sponsored by an entrepreneur that the foundation only need to settle the water+electricity bill.
Today free drinks and little souvenir were given to the guests:
It's only served with drinks but no food because the food smell would pollute the spiritual aroma of books:
Free drink (either green tea or Roselle Tea):
Decoration on table:
The books were most written by the master of the foundation. The copyright fees and book sold until the charity foundation's backing.
Heathy food product and Environmental food containers for sale.
Previously I had tried the Herbs flavor, so-so only. But I tried the Miso flavor and it's very nice, you still can see the real vege floating, with plenty of seaweed in pieces. This time I would like to try the Assorted Vege flavor, the noodles as told that it's green in color, looks like Udon noodle.
Full Moon bought the Kimchi flavor and exchanged one to me. She also bought many other products. They're considered more healthier than regular instant noodles as no preservatives and no artificial chemicals, using purely natural ingredients, prepared in non-fried style.
Now we have one more new place to work in. Volunteers could check the schedule and work in the cafe.
More old post on voluntary work:
Working in Clinic
Scholarship Home Visit
Working at Recycle Point
Working in Parent-child Class
Food Product Briefing