KUALA LUMPUR, 26 JANUARY 2021 – Just when we thought we could get back to some form of normalcy this year, COVID cases spike, and MCO 2.0 strikes! The general consensus is, the control movement will, in all probability, extend to the upcoming Lunar New Year.
So, with no inter-state or even inter-district travels, how does one stay connected during the Lunar New Year? Thanks to technology reunion dinners still can take place – virtually.
To further authenticate the moment, virtual diners can now opt to order and partake the same dishes – thanks to Dignity for Children Foundation, a non-governmental organization that provides holistic care and education for urban poor children between the ages of two to 18 in Kuala Lumpur.
Together with its transformational enterprises, Dignity has put together its special Reunion Dinner packages to help Malaysians come together even though they may be physically apart.
Dignity offers three Reunion Dinner meal packages – (1) Yee Sang, (2) Five-spice Roast Chicken Family Meal, and (3) Chicken Rice set. The packages are prepared by eat X, one of Dignity’s transformational enterprises.
Can’t decide? Order both under the Five-spice Roast Chicken Family Meal option which includes mango pudding dessert for four persons and a packet of Flower Tea.
The Family Meal pack is priced at RM138.80 while the a la carte order of Yee Sang and Chicken Rice Meal is priced at RM59.90 each. Orders can be picked up directly from eat X café. Delivery is also available within the Klang Valley for a small fee.
In addition to the meal packages, bake X, another of Dignity’s transformation enterprise, is baking three varieties of Unity Cookies – Walnut Chocolate Chip, Almond & Cranberry Butter and Matcha & White Chocolate Chip. Dignity can arrange for delivery is within the Klang Valley although charges apply.
Said Elisha Satvinder, Co-Founder of Dignity: “Holistic and affordable education have always been the focus of Dignity. This is why we have set up transformational enterprises that bring together the best of academic learning and hands-on, real-world experiences for a vibrant education. Real-life training helps youth to develop life skills, employability skills and character.
“This is evident from the ideas generated by the team in coming up with these special Lunar New Year packages. Each purchase will help Dignity to sustain our skills training programmes and classes.”
To find out more, head on over to https://dignityforchildren.org/news/cny-2021.
Remember, together we can celebrate and give back to society. That alone will make this Lunar New Year an Ox-picious year! Gong Xi Fa Cai.