Business has boomed for Kapten Corner in Boomtown, USJ 11, Subang Jaya. It’s not surprising as retrenched pilot Azrin Mohamad Zawawi and his wife serve delicious Ipoh Mee Kari and Laksa Utara.
Twentytwo13 has collected RM14,100 from friends for Women’s Aid Organisation. Tomorrow, Project 60.1 culminates with Purwaiz Alam walking 25km in support of women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
More friends do their part by donating towards Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1 fund to help Women’s Aid Organisation run its programmes for battered women.
Food delivery guy Tony meets his match in Purwaiz Alam who wants to get away without paying for the “extras”.
It’s a token gesture but it would be mission accomplished for Twentytwo13 senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam if going bald as part of Project 60.1 raises awareness on the plight of cancer patients.
Purwaiz Alam draws inspiration for Project 60.1 from the brave women who walk away from abusive relationships and plod on to rebuild their lives and that of their children.
There’s a small sob story behind Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1, the highlight of which is a 25km walk by senior copy editor Purwaiz Alam on Nov 28 to raise funds for Women’s Aid Organisation.
We are all on the same side when it comes to humanity as Manchester United and Liverpool fans come together to support Women’s Aid Organisation, says Purwaiz Alam.
Twentytwo13 launches Project 60.1 to raise awareness on the hardship of the people and to collect funds for Women’s Aid Organisation.
There has been too much toxicity of late. The Covid-19 pandemic has obviously added to the troubles and we have a whole lot of people who are in distress. It’s time to do more for them than just rant on social media, says Purwaiz Alam.
Tooth extraction is extremely painful and can hurt the pocket as well but it’s not as agonising as the antics of politicians.
An arrogant and defiant Captain Korang Nak Virus – the leader of the coronavirus army (Malaysian chapter) – tells Purwaiz Alam in the face how dense human beings are when handling issues, whether it is politics, the Covid-19 pandemic or even football.
With Covid-19 cases on the rise, it doesn’t make sense having a general election anytime soon. The people’s well-being must take precedence, says Purwaiz Alam.