Come on 9th & 10th July 2010 , after 11am “Gong Yang”Free Lunch for all … invited vegetarian chef…….
A record number of Malaysians – 10,755 – have pledged to go meatless tomorrow (25 November) to mark International Meatless Day – Animal Rights Day. There is still time for more pledges to reach the organisers; so let’s give it a last-minute push.
This is the highest figure achieved by Malaysians so far, surpassing last year’s 8,563 pledges, since the campaign started in the country in 1996. Last year 84.2 million people all over the world pledged to meatless.
This campaign is important More so with the deteriorating environment, it becomes even more important as livestock farming is a major contributor of global emissions (18 per cent).
The campaign thus far has created new awareness about the need for Malaysians to change their dietary habits and to do their bit to protect the global ecology.
The International Meatless – Animal Rights Day campaign was conceived in India in 1986 by the Sadhu Vaswani Mission – a social service organisation dedicated to serving humanity, especially the poor and downtrodden.
The mission has declared 25 November as an international meatless day in memory of its founder, Sadhu T L Vaswani – philosopher, spiritual leader and educationist who practised and preached the message of non-violence for all beings.
Those who still wish to pledge to go meatless can do so by contacting the organisers:
email your pledge to email@example.com
fax your to (6)04-2610126
sms to 016-452613
For further details contact:
Pishu Murli Hassaram
Tel/Fax: 04-2610126, 016-4526132
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Science shows that one of the most effective ways to fight global warming is to go vegetarian.
latest in the menu…
Oishii “zhong” … MUST TASTE…. RM2/pc
rm2 vegetarian restaurant…a year old, May 5th 2008….2009….
hope many many years to come and be bigger and bigger…. : )
Due to increased of price in almost everything now … they could no longer could manage with RM2 but to increase RM0.50/plate for the mixed rice. All noodles & specialty “Chicken rice” and “Nasi Lemak” remain RM2.00/each.
I think RM2.50 is still very, very reasonable.. I definitely will continue going green … What’s your opinion?