Pinèapples and papaya were our fruits for the day. We bought Hong Kong’s papaya even though it was a little expensive as the texture and sweetness were better than local papaya. Well, we did promise to give our best ! Two of our team members, Yung Han and Iris were busy with new their schedules!
This week we offer pomeloes and fruits jelly. One of our team, Iris had gone over to Ipoh oveŕ the weekend and bought two pomeloes to test the market ! Everyone in B.C. was involved in getting the fruits and jelly ready, from cutting, peeling to packing. Even, Aunty Mandy couldn’t resist helping us pack
Oh gosh! It was rehearsal day for the coming talent time and everyone was involved. And we had 3 types of fruits for the day, pineapples, guava and pears. Thankfully, Ching Kang again came to the rescue, offering his expert services with Jonathan taking cues from him. Although we were short handed, production went on
Fruits and jelly day! We had 3 seĺections for today. Frùits jelly, ģrapes and papaya. Production went smoothly. Ching Kang very ably led and helped us from the beginning till the end. His services saved us a lot of time. Good leadership Ching Kang! Ching Kang ( in green beanie) supervising the cutting and packing.
Fruity day again ! Today we have crunchy guava and melon. Our leader, Ching Kang ĺed our production team smoothly. He and Yung Han took charge of melon while Iris and Jonathan cut the guava. We always priced our fruits reasonably, 1. Melon at RM1.20 per piece , while 2. Guava at RM1.00 per piece.
Hey ! We are back after a rather long break. Today we have something different, FRUITS JELLY besides sweet pineapples and pears. Hooray! Fruits jelly were sold out within a short time. Teacher Mandy bought 4 cups! Thanks for your great support. We didn’t make a lot as we were testing the market today. Our
Our cut fruits continue to receive overwhelming response! Within a very short time, all were sold! We spent about an hour in our preparation but all it took was a split second to sell off. Since the 1st project, fruits that have received good response were guava, dragonfruit, pears, papaya and melon. We had another
Yahoo! We are at our third fruit sale. During preparation, we were surprised and happy with additional help from Chin Kang. We also discovered that he is very good at peeling and cutting fruits. He also taught Yung Han the finer art of slicing and cutting fruits. Our preparation for the day moved easily and
Breezy Corner took off on 31 July 2017. It had developed from a writing class presentation project where our teacher wanted us to think of something of value which we could add to Breakthru. We brainstormed various ideas, did a quick mini survey and agreed that something of value for the staff and student would