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  • Countdown to Project Revive by TUSC


    Project Revive 4.11.10 by TUSC

    4 more days to counting before the charity concert and dinner "Project Revive" organized by Taylors University Student Council takes the stage with performances from local bands like Bob The Sausage Band, Precious Home Children Choir, Harmonica Group, Beatboxing, Spellman & Keyboardist, Magician and the amazing and talented Juwita Suwito! check out her video below:

    Juwita Suwito Performing "Walk Away"

    Project Revive details:
    Theme : Lend us a hand, Give them a hope
    Date : 4 Nov 2010 (Thursday)
    Time : 7.30 till 11pm
    Venue : Multipurpose Hall, Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus.

    What is Project Revive?

    It is a Charity Concert + Dinner to Raise funds for Precious Home orphanage and BARIO Project and To provide a platform for youth to perform their hidden talents.

    What is BARIO Project?
    The Kelabit, at approximately 5,000 people, is one of the smallest ethnic groups in Bario, Sarawak. Bario is located in the centre of the Kelabit Highlands in the north east of Sarawak, Malaysia. Like many other indigenous communities in Sarawak, the Kelabit live in longhouses in the highlands. However, due to economic and social factors, many have migrated to live in urban areas over the last 20 years. Approximately, 1,200 Kelabit are still living in the highlands. Bario lack constant supply of basic utilities. Besides the Celcom network coverage, there is no telecommunication service provided at Bario. Water supply is through gravity-fed system and thus they rely on rainwater and river water for their supply. Limited electricity supply is provided through diesel generators and solar-panels. Kids at Bario also lack basic facilities that are required for boarding and schooling.

    Ticket Price: RM 70 (Standard), RM 90 (Premium)

    To get your ticket kindly contact:
    Andrew Si: 0126012106
    Victoria Lin: 0172106817

    Project Revive sponsors: BeautyTalkAcerChocolate Graphics & Restyle by A Cut Above. Help spread the word around and Vote for Project Revive on Facebook in Digi Your Ideas to lend a helping hand towards this project with just a few clicks of a button. 

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