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Ngapali Beach Myanmar Chef Oliver E Soe Thet Invites: Culinary Heritage Zoom-Meetings Ngapali Beach Front 2021TODAY LIVE Cooking School again @ Ngapali Beach Front for Generation Z Myanmar                 Ethical Hospitality Education instead of War & Injustice in Myanmar              Join start from 9:30 – 9:45 am – MM Time – 3 to 4 sessions between always a short break then again next DishJoin NOW LIVE: https://us05web.zoom.us/j/2741486085?pwd=dXFoR2Q1Z0J5ai9sK2VDbVAvVjRHUT09

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YOU CAN FIND THE LINK ON THE TOP LEFT OF THE MENU BAR.


Yesterday with special Guest Chef from Africa – Kenya,– today with Honorable Guest Chef visit from Spain to our Show,….

NOW LIVE Online Ngapali Beach Cooking School 2021

Oliver`s Arrakan Tourism Development-Culinary Vocational Training Live Cooking 4 days/week: Seafood next Week

Daily Culinary Zoom ( 9:30 am plus to 11:30 am )- Arrakan – Ngapali Beach Front 2021 ( all IT arranged by:Giacomo Esser tomorrow his Birthday)

Loikaw – Yangon – Sittwe 8240 kg Food is on the Way

Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021 ( CA@MCSR21)
Ethical Chefs – Food “4” Smiles,- ZERO Tears from Hunger in Myanmar 2021 by ” Spiderman & Zorro Chefs “- some 100.000 meals,…. 
27.9.2021 Myanmar faces humanitarian crisis with about 3 million people requiring assistance: UN
Thanks to YOU donor, brave Ethical Chefs & support of German – Myanmar Corp, we are able to send this 27.9.2021 to below areas.— 2000 kg Chicken — 3540 kg Pasta, Nutrition rich— 1400 kg Beans, Lentilsh— 1000 kg Iodine Salt—   300 kg Beef  To Myanmar Citizens on the run, zero income families,- all arranged 27.9.21 by CA@MCSR2021 thanks to the brave Ethical Chefs – Volunteers & trust of Donors.  Thank YOU – Oliver E Soe Thet, CA@MCSR21, Ngapali Beach Front, Free Zone – Arrakan State 28.9.21**************

Kayah state, LOIKAW,- over the weekend near Demawso township’s Kone Thar and Thaysulei villages, around 30 houses in the two villages were destroyed  by fire.  “The enemy suffered at least 10 [deaths] and they set fire to the houses in the villages.”

Local reports said more than 10,000 people on the run into forest & mountains near Loikaw,- who live in the vicinity of the two villages were forced to flee into the mountains as the military fired heavy artillery shells during the fighting. One woman to ld RFA that those who fled the fighting are having difficulty finding food and shelter.27.9.2021 Myanmar faces humanitarian crisis with about 3 million people requiring assistance: UNRead more At:https://www.aninews.in/news/world/asia/myanmar-faces-humanitarian-crisis-with-about-3-million-people-requiring-assistance-un20210928050840/

Myanmar Military Targets Sagaing Villages With Airstrikes During Weekend Clashes

At least 15 government troops were killed while fighting Kachin rebels in the area, sources say.2021-09-27
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Myanmar Military Targets Sagaing Villages With Airstrikes During Weekend Clashes

An anti-junta demonstration in Sagaing region’s Pinlebu township, March 27, 2021. Citizen journalist

Myanmar’s military launched airstrikes on villages in northwestern Sagaing region as clashes with anti-junta joint forces intensified over the weekend, leaving at least 15 government troops dead and causing thousands of civilians to flee their homes to safety, sources said Monday.

Intense fighting broke out between junta forces and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) armed ethnic organization (AEO) on Sunday in Pinlebu township, prompting the military to deploy heavy weapons and call in airstrikes to clear the area, a local branch of the People’s Defense Force (PDF) militia told RFA’s Myanmar Service.

Sources said that following the strikes, PDF members urged residents of Wun Bair Inn village, the scene of the firefight, to dig bomb shelters and leave the conflict zone, if possible.

A resident of Katha township, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told RFA that the military had also ordered thousands of people to depart the area, which lies some 180 kilometers (110 miles) east of Pinlebu.

“In Pinlebu, people were ordered to evacuate to a certain site and the army said they would not take responsibility for those who did not do so—there must be about 3,000 people involved,” the resident said.

“There are eight or nine villages about a mile away from each other near the scene of the fighting. People were terrified because there were airstrikes recently. Many of the residents are very simple people—some have never even seen a train or a boat before.”

He said the military had been checking all traffic heading towards nearby Kawlin township on Monday.

Cars leaving Kanbalu township around noon on Sunday were stopped by soldiers for about three hours and some were commandeered to take the wounded to Kanbalu Hospital, residents said.

Myanmar’s shadow National Unity Government (NUG) said in a statement Monday that at least 15 junta soldiers were killed during clashes near Pinlebu’s Sar Taungbon village on Sept. 24 between the military and local PDF groups, and that government weapons and ammunition were seized.

RFA was not immediately able to confirm the number of casualties. Attempts to contact KIA spokesman Colonel Naw Bu by telephone went unanswered on Monday.

Residents of the area said telephone lines and the internet were cut off in Pinlebu, Kawlin and Wuntho townships early on Sunday, ahead of the airstrikes. The three townships joined 25 others across the country that have had the internet blocked after they were the center of anti-junta activities.

Myanmar’s military has attempted to justify its overthrow of the democratically elected National League for Democracy (NLD) government by claiming the party had stolen the country’s November 2020 ballot through voter fraud.

The junta has yet to provide evidence of its claims and has violently repressed anti-coup protests, killing at least 1,136 people and arresting 6,850 others, according to the Bangkok-based Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP).

On Sept. 7, the NUG declared a nationwide state of emergency and called for open rebellion against junta rule, prompting an escalation of attacks on military targets by various allied pro-democracy militias and ethnic armed groups.

Many EAOs have been fighting against Myanmar’s military for the more than 70 years since the country’s 1948 independence. In the aftermath of this year’s coup, several groups have thrown their support behind anti-junta resistance fighters, while others are joining forces with the local PDF branches to fight the military.Joint PDF forces on patrol in Kayah state’s Demoso township, in an undated photo. Loikaw PDFKayah state clashes

Fierce fighting also broke out between junta troops and the Karenni National Defense Force (KNDF) militia in Kayah state over the weekend near Demawso township’s Kone Thar and Thaysulei villages, according to KDNF sources.

The KNDF said two of its men were killed in the fighting and that around 30 houses in the two villages were destroyed by fire.

“On the first day, one was killed on our side and on Sunday, another comrade fell,” said a KNDF official who declined to be named.

“The enemy suffered at least 10 [deaths] and they set fire to the houses in the villages.”

Local reports said more than 10,000 people who live in the vicinity of the two villages were forced to flee into the mountains as the military fired heavy artillery shells during the fighting.

One woman told RFA that those who fled the fighting are having difficulty finding food and shelter.

“At around 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, when the military started firing heavy weapons, our houses were all shaken,” she said.

“Afterwards, the whole village fled. We took some clothes, rice, oil and salt and fled by boat. The ground in the jungle is muddy because of heavy rains and we were unable to sleep because the plastic sheets we used for cover couldn’t withstand the downpour.”

Residents of Demawso said junta troops withdrew to the township’s Nyaung Kone village on Monday.

Calls to military spokesman Maj. Gen. Zaw Min Tun seeking comment on the fighting in Sagaing region and Kayah state went unanswered Monday.

Reported by RFA’s Myanmar Service. Translated by Khin Maung Nyane. Written in English by Joshua Lipes.

Chef Oliver E Soe Thet Invites: Culinary Heritage Zoom-Meetings Ngapali Beach Front 2021

Chef Oliver E Soe Thet Invites for Culinary Heritage Zoom-Meetings Ngapali Beach Front 2021.
An initiative of ” 1. Arrakan Hospitality Vocational Academy 2021 “


This: Wednesday 22.09. 9:25 am Myanmar Time
Theme  " Culinary Heritage India Chicken Cuisine " ( 21. to 24.9.2021 daily same time )
Follow World Chefs " Culinary Heritage Gold Medal Awarded Chef Ye Nanda Khin "  

Zoom-Meeting register for 21.9.21 ( after 40 minutes a 20 min break than same link second session ): 
https://us05web.zoom.us/j/2741486085?pwd=dXFoR2Q1Z0J5ai9sK2VDbVAvVjRHUT09
We will have such Arrakan Tourism Development culinary training and vocational live training 4 days a week :
- 1. week Poultry Cuisine recipes from 6 countries
- 2. week Pasta Cuisine recipes from 6 countries 
- 3. week Lamb Cuisine recipes from 6 countries 
- 4. week Australian Beef Cuisine recipes from 6 countries
- 5. week Ngapali Beach Arrakan Seafood Cuisine recipes from 6 countries
- 6. week Vegetarian - Arrakan Local Sources Cuisine recipes from 6 countries
- 7. week Vegan with Arrakan Food products , Cuisine recipes from 6 countries
Entry Free of charge live as " Guests at Lilli`s Bar Ngapali Beach Restaurant " or online at Zoom

Sponsored by : Friends of Myanmar & Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021 , Oliver`s Laguna ECO Lodge Ngapali Beach Front - Arrakan State. One of the many AKTION Myanmar & Healthy Food for Healthy Teeth initiatives.
Supported by : " TYPSY ", Australian Hospitality Institute and Myanmar Chefs Association 
                        ,- METRO Myanmar, Premium Food Service.
Any  contacts needed call 09 444 98 2016 / 09 513 8411 

20.9.21 Irra Jailed Myanmar Actress Wins Top Award at German Film Festival

Eaindra Kyaw Zin and her husband Pyay Ti Oo.

By THE IRRAWADDY 20 September 2021

Imprisoned Myanmar actress Eaindra Kyaw Zin has won the Best Performance Award at Germany’s Oldenburg International Film Festival.

The famous actress was arrested and jailed for anti-regime activities in early April and is currently spending her 164th day in Yangon’s Insein Prison, alongside thousands of other political prisoners.

She won the Seymour Cassel Best Performance Award for the melodrama What Happened to the Wolf? The movie follows two women who meet and fall in love while patients at a hospital for the terminally ill, with Eaindra Kyaw Zin and fellow Myanmar Motion Picture Academy Award winner Paing Phyoe Thu playing the women.

At the September 15 opening ceremony of the Oldenburg International Film Festival, the festival director Torsten Neumann and others wore t-shirts in honor of the detained actress.

Eaindra Kyaw Zin is among the highest-profile supporters of Myanmar’s Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM). She was arrested along with her husband Pyay Ti Oo, who is also a famous actor. The two face potential three-year prison terms for sedition for their opposition to the military regime

The couple, reputedly the highest-paid actors in Myanmar, joined street protests demanding a return to democracy following the junta’s February 1 coup. They urged civil servants to refuse to work for the regime and join the CDM.

What happened to the Wolf? is directed and produced by Na Gyi, who made the film before the coup. Na Gyi, along with his wife Paing Phyoe Thu, is in hiding after arrest warrants for sedition were issued for the couple for allegedly using their celebrity status to oppose the coup. Also in hiding are two other actors in the film, Kyaw Htet Aung and Aung Myint Myat.

Paing Phyoe Thu was also nominated for the Seymour Cassel Award for Best Performance.

The other star of the film Paing Phyoe Thu. Director Na Gyi (in middle) of the pic.

“Na Gyi’s What happened to the Wolf? and the performances of the lead actresses left us breathless,” said award-winning actress and festival jury member Deborah Kara Unger as she announced the award.

“We celebrate her [Eaindra Kyaw Zin] elegance, her soul, her invaluable gift to cinema with hope that this reaches her,” she added.

Over 8,200 civilians including protesters, activists, politicians and celebrities have been detained by the junta since the coup. Another 2,000-odd people are the subject of arrest warrants.

The junta has also banned the showing, broadcasting or publishing of works by artists arrested or wanted for their involvement in anti-regime activities.

Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021

Smiles for Live Saving,- No Tears from Deaths in Myanmar

Face Mask COVID19 Protection Live & Good Health Saving — Ethical Chef Z wrote:

“,…Well received Covid19 Protect Masks & Tools …“ – 12.07.2021

A Chef is one which follows best, “ The Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ by World Chefs

Thanks to the loving kindness and deep friendship of “ Friends of Myanmar and Friends of Myanmar people “ we are able to provide much COVI19 protective equipment and tools,- next to live saving oxygen medical drugs for COVID19 stage 1 as Home Treatment, as well Stages 2 & 3 for Hospital and ICU treatment. Mostly to support zero income people to ensure medical help,- so in these weeks also simply to arrange live saving medicine which is mostly not available anymore even in big cities as Yangon when a “ NO Management “ became Program, if not intention as many say. Sure the picture and burden on Myanmar people compared June / July 2020 and 2021 are as one would be in two different countries, different or no care, different mindset towards Myanmar Communities nation wide. Thanks to a genius person in our ranks we were able several times to arrange such live saving medicine and able though great people to support COVID19 Patients FOC, – lives were saved, loved ones still together. YOU as Donor and YOU as Caring hands made and make this all possible Thank YOU,…..              

*****

“,,,,,Dear Chef

I had received all Covid19 Protect Face Mask from Central Kitchen, Thank you and Donor. Today arrived from you arrange by Central Kitchen Chef.

Tomorrow I will share it to 100 people at IDP Camp, 50 Pcs in a box 17 box and the rest I will distribute to the where I currently stay. I ask each villager to do list and number of house hold in their village. Already report to Central Kitchen Chef as well. Thanks for all Donor kind help so we are able to protect lives of adults and children.

We must be most quick to ensure all teams and community health & live safety as there is zero help by the management as their skills & willing are known to be at zero. Chef Z.

13.7.21

We contributed face mask for covid19 protection in some village near and far. They had arranged COVID19 lock down by them self. 

1. There where 219 house hold and more than 800 people was living there. 

2. Another one were 100 families and more than 300 people. 

3. The next village, 60 house hold and around 160 people were there. 

We just arrange face mask box at the Main gate of each village to give people who do not wear mask during their visit and every villager can get mask for them at the main village gate as well. First we planned that we will go each of their home to contribute face mask but we also do not want to be like the COVID19 carrier to them and keep us totally distanced from the villager.  In case there may occur something with COVID19 after we visited. So we just place the Face Mask at the main gate of their village and give them information to the villagers that they can get free Covid19 Protection Face Mask there. Currently I stay there at the regions also. Stay safe Chef.   Thanks to all Donor for these all Live Saving COVID19 protection aid, Chef Z. … “

*****

Great work for the Community here by these fine Chefs and Volunteers, risking their lives to protect others in communities. So 120% Health Safety for all is Always our Program,– Rush and Push Never an Option to ensure best health safety for everyone. These days in then middle of deadly events with 3rd Covid19 Wave as part of “3C`s” left the people of Myanmar on their own since 1.2.21. Great work & support 24/7 by all “ Lovers of Myanmar and Lovers of Myanmar People “,. To give a big hand here in “ LOVING KINDNESS “ to all People in Myanmar.

                                                            A Chef is one which follows best, “ The Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ by World Chefs

In many other parts of Myanmar we are able to hand out over 80.000 COVID19 protective Face Masks ( more on the way as COVID19 raises again also here in Arrakan which is much under or not at all reported – people treat them self and stay at homes say “… at Hospitals we only die .. ” reflecting the broken health system since 1.2.21 in Myanmar and a failed state in free fall ), Hand Sanitizer as well Chlorine Liquid for room sanitizing, Live saving equipment, Oxygen to rotate where needed and medical drugs to treat COVID19 stages 1/2/3. Thank you to all Donor and Medical advise at24/7 from long standing friends & lovers of Myanmar , yours

Oliver E Soe Thet

Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021

Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021

Smiles for Live Saving,- No Tears from Deaths in Myanmar

Face Mask COVID19 Protection Live & Good Health Saving — Ethical Chef Z wrote:

“,…Well received Covid19 Protect Masks & Tools …“ – 12.07.2021

A Chef is one which follows best, “ The Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ by World Chefs

Thanks to the loving kindness and deep friendship of “ Friends of Myanmar and Friends of Myanmar people “ we are able to provide much COVI19 protective equipment and tools,- next to live saving oxygen medical drugs for COVID19 stage 1 as Home Treatment, as well Stages 2 & 3 for Hospital and ICU treatment. Mostly to support zero income people to ensure medical help,- so in these weeks also simply to arrange live saving medicine which is mostly not available anymore even in big cities as Yangon when a “ NO Management “ became Program, if not intention as many say. Sure the picture and burden on Myanmar people compared June / July 2020 and 2021 are as one would be in two different countries, different or no care, different mindset towards Myanmar Communities nation wide. Thanks to a genius person in our ranks we were able several times to arrange such live saving medicine and able though great people to support COVID19 Patients FOC, – lives were saved, loved ones still together. YOU as Donor and YOU as Caring hands made and make this all possible Thank YOU,…..          

*****

“,,,,,Dear Chef

I had received all Covid19 Protect Face Mask from Central Kitchen, Thank you and Donor. Today arrived from you arrange by Central Kitchen Chef. 

Tomorrow I will share it to 100 people at IDP Camp, 50 Pcs in a box 17 box and the rest I will distribute to the where I currently stay. I ask each villager to do list and number of house hold in their village. Already report to Central Kitchen Chef as well. Thanks for all Donor kind help so we are able to protect lives of adults and children. 

We must be most quick to ensure all teams and community health & live safety as there is zero help by the management as their skills & willing are known to be at zero. Chef Z. 

13.7.21

We contributed face mask for covid19 protection in some village near and far. They had arranged COVID19 lock down by them self. 

1. There where 219 house hold and more than 800 people was living there. 

2. Another one were 100 families and more than 300 people. 

3. The next village, 60 house hold and around 160 people were there. 

We just arrange face mask box at the Main gate of each village to give people who do not wear mask during their visit and every villager can get mask for them at the main village gate as well. First we planned that we will go each of their home to contribute face mask but we also do not want to be like the COVID19 carrier to them and keep us totally distanced from the villager.  In case there may occur something with COVID19 after we visited. So we just place the Face Mask at the main gate of their village and give them information to the villagers that they can get free Covid19 Protection Face Mask there. Currently I stay there at the regions also. Stay safe Chef.   Thanks to all Donor for these all Live Saving COVID19 protection aid, Chef Z. … “

*****

Great work for the Community here by these fine Chefs and Volunteers, risking their lives to protect others in communities. So 120% Health Safety for all is Always our Program,– Rush and Push Never an Option to ensure best health safety for everyone. These days in then middle of deadly events with 3rd Covid19 Wave as part of “3C`s” left the people of Myanmar on their own since 1.2.21. Great work & support 24/7 by all “ Lovers of Myanmar and Lovers of Myanmar People “,. To give a big hand here in “ LOVING KINDNESS “ to all People in Myanmar. 

                                                            A Chef is one which follows best, “ The Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ by World Chefs

In many other parts of Myanmar we are able to hand out over 80.000 COVID19 protective Face Masks ( more on the way as COVID19 raises again also here in Arrakan which is much under or not at all reported – people treat them self and stay at homes say “… at Hospitals we only die .. ” reflecting the broken health system since 1.2.21 in Myanmar and a failed state in free fall ), Hand Sanitizer as well Chlorine Liquid for room sanitizing, Live saving equipment, Oxygen to rotate where needed and medical drugs to treat COVID19 stages 1/2/3. Thank you to all Donor and Medical advise at24/7 from long standing friends & lovers of Myanmar , yours

Oliver E Soe Thet

Ethical Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021

25.000 Smiles from Food,- No Tears from Hunger in Myanmar June 2021

Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 21

East Chef Z. and his Volunteer Team

Chefs are, if able to ensure “ Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ at all time.

,…. Since first week February 2021 CA@MCSR21 is on with food aid and food for smiles no tears from hunger. Following World Chefs standard for all Chefs of “ Ethical Code of Good Conduct “ a must to be a real chef local and foreign chef alike. As here often roads and plans had to change due to obstacles as heavy rain, flooding and brides washed away.  Chefs and our partners managed all obstacles with keeping everyone as team and community members at highest protection safety level. Delay was program – rush & risk never an option.

As since April nationwide we are able to reach, evaluate and help zero income people with food ( rice, cooking oil, dry beans, dry noodle meals, COVID19 preventive items as masks, hand sanitizer, chlorine and face shields ) direct from Chefs into the hands of the people in mainly rural area. 

One Chef got shot dead while cooking for people,– we are able to support his family, a wife and two children at present. 

Here as attached one of the many Food for Smiles – No Tears from Hunger arrangements,–thank to the great and over many years “ Friends of Myanmar “. Thank you also for the all medical advises from specialists.

Far over 25.000 food portion for meals were provided at this time there.

Thank YOU to all  Friends of Myanmar and Myanmar People,- near and far.

Thank You Chef for the outstanding work since April at the hearts of the people there, yours

Oliver E SoeThet

Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021

Mon Chefs Food “ 4 “ Smiles,- No Tears from Hunger

Ethical Chefs of Myanmar – Ethical Myanmar Chefs 

13. & 14.8.2021 Fortified Rice & Chicken

MON MCA teams up with Bo Bo Win Mollamine Rescue Team

A Chefs is only,- one who follow the Ethical Code of Good Conduct by World Chefs !!!

,…….. since weeks we coordinate from our “ Central Kitchen of Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021 “ with MON MCA secretary Chef Tin Hlaing Win, his chairman Ko Ko and Pastry Chef Wai Lwin Lwin food aid to Mollamine with the great logistical support of METRO Myanmar we were able to send several thousand kg of rice and beans. Intended for zero income people – beefed up the aid when Mon state was heavy flooded again as MCA Team was in Mollamine & Ye township cooked daily 2000 hot nutrition rich meals – that time with over 8000 high energy rolls donated by METRO Myanmar. Now again Mon Chefs with MCSR2021 support teamed up with Bo Bo Win Recue team cooking for COVID19 Patients in Isolation and Quarantine centers. Pls see below a short communication who and where all happened was communicated with Mon Chefs and MCSR21 Central Kitchen. In the pipeline the next hours is a major Medical drugs for Mon State zero income families,– Pastry Chef Wai Lwin Lwin which recovered already from COVID19 assists with her all knowledge of Home treatment patients and with healthy food and food consulting to todays CV19 patients in and around Mollamine.

Chef Tin Hlaing Win – Secretary of MON MCA and most active member of           “ Mon Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 21” 2021“,         sent me the message on 8.8. (88) 2021 as   ,-…. “ Dear Chef Oliver,….We arranged a meeting with Mon Chefs & Mollamine Bo Bo Win Rescue team and have to talk about Boil Rice cooking for hundreds of healthy, vitamin & nutrition rich food donation to COVID19 positive people.   Mollamine Rescue – Bo Bo Win likes to donate Nutritious Fortified Rich Boil Rice for COVID19 positive patients as there is shortage of food ( same as in Quarantine Center Nay Pyi Taw as reported from the Capital City ) . Bo Bo Win requested me to join hands as he has Nutrition Fortified Rice which he got from overseas.—– We Mon MCA Chefs have “ Helping Hands and Cooking skills “ as Bo Bo Win said: “…he has no manpower for the cooking,,– and asks to help him. So we’ll join hands for his urgent Food Aid donation.  After this Mollamine Rescue Team Fortified Rice & Chicken donation,— than after the next day we will do again the MCA MON 1000 meals food Donation as per peoples support of “ Mon Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021. I will report to you about the donation. Thanks Chef – Tin Hlaing Win Mon MCA…”  — reported.   We very much welcomed MON MCA Chefs joining hands again as 2019 Mon flooding with Big Pot master – Chef Ye Nanda Khin & Chocolate Chef Ye Minn Oo at Mollamine. 2100 kg Rice and Dry Beans we sent through our Donor Funds already early to Mon Chefs by METRO Myanmar – Chef Adam arranged Logistics Yangon to Mollamine.   ,…view days later……” Dear Chef, today we cooked the Boiled Rice with chicken and did the food aid donation with all MON MCA Chefs together with Bo Bo Win – Rescue Team Mollamine volunteer menbers and the rescue teams ambulances. We cooked for COVID19 positive person around 270 pax,…. “ Chef Tin Hlaing Win sent the message to us.   *******   ,…. When I meet with Bo Bo Win I told him about your supporting urgent needed medical items if short in supply or at sky rocking prizes so the many Zero Income people cannot afford their healthcare. Bo Bo Win is very happy for this,……”…. We shall never forget all donors support for Mon people through Chefs to the wider Mon region hard hit by the “ 3 C`s ” this month,- after coup effects also with climate – flooding and covid19 third wave hard out brake in Mollamine,…..Thanks again, Yours Chef Tin Hlaing Win, Secretary of MON Chefs – MCA and Mon Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021 team leader.    

,… “ The Kitchen is at Chef Myint Kyaw’s Restaurant. Chef Myint Kyaw and all his staff at his Family Restaurant helping us MCA MON for all preparation and cooking. We are

Cooking at his restaurant and we can use all his Kitchen Equipment & storage.

Our plan for the next day will be fried Noodle with chicken,- than again for around 300 COVID19 patients and some Drs and Nurses. I will confirm I report to you all again… “

Yours Tin Hlaing Win — He reported between all trhe activities of medical drugs and food aid as well teamwork with Mollamin Rescue Teams & Volunteers and a great united team for the MON people.

mca.monregion2019  Thu, 12. August 2021

“……Dear Chef,…Mollamine Rescue Bo Bo Win told us they are short of medical drugs and in urgent need of: 1. N95 Mask, 2. PPE, 3. Oxygen, 4. Oximeter, 5. Oxygen Equipment ( concentrator ) – next to all already by you arranged commend sickness and seasonal sickness best medical drugs.

A Mon Lady Pastry Chef – Wai Lwin Lwin turns COVID19 Health Assistant

Thank you also for the “ COVID19 Home Care Patients medical drugs which Pastry Chef Wai Lwin Lwin will arrange after her own COVID19 sickness – she knows best how to support the now COVID19 stage 1 home stay patients with medical drugs and healthy nutritious food. A Lady Chef turns health care supporter for COVID19 patients in Mon State – Myanmar as the Health system does not work sufficient after 60 years no or miss management and a near collapse over the past 7 month s events.

If you can support some,– it will be the outmost help to Mollamine & Mon all people and we together can help much more people. Thanks Yours Chef Tin Hlaing Win,- Mon Community Aid @ Myanmar Chef SOCIAL Responsibility 2021 

*****

,….”.. Good Day to you Chef Oliver,……We will do again the donation on 13.8.21

We send food to COVID19 Positive patients Center and Hospital as well to the Mollamine Quarantine Center. The Fortified Rice are can cook same as normal Rice.

We cook as boiled Rice in much water not as traditional rice cooked. 15 Mon Chefs helping for all preparation, cooking and food donation delivery.

Great that we could clear the high way bus charge 215.000 ks this enables us to do more so we will do another donation and have a plan to cook for 1000 people with Eggs, Onions and others donated by Mollamine Donors and Chef Myint Kyaw,—-  yours Chef Tin Hlaing Win … “

                      mca.monregion2019 – Thurday 12th August 2021

          Dear Chef Oliver,..We are preparing for 13.8.21 – Boiled Rice With Chicken.

First Day Total 270 pax

Collage Quarantine Center 35 patients

Isolation Center 1, 65 patients

Isolation Center 3, 170 patients

,-…..Chef we wish you all great Dreams, – All Mon Chef Love to all Donor,

Next day we will make Fried Noodles, Chef Kyaw Myint Kitchen with chicken again for 300 pax.

*****

,….. a Day Later from MON Chefs: “….together we cooked a total for 600 patients – people we can do well,— We all time work Safe and Social distancing. Thanks,- Yours Tin Hlaing Win,…..Wish you All the best from Mollamine…. “

*******

 ,…. “Dear Chef Tin Hlaing Win,…Sorry for late info I had no electricity and generator in repair, so no internet until now.

Great Chef your cooperate with Mollamine rescue Bo Bo Win –tell him my very best regards. That is a great move you are arranging with Bo Bo Win , he has the fortified Rice ( nutrition rich ) and you have great man power … That is the way to go and support each other to get the best for everyone & all people in “ UNITY and TEAMWORK by Valuable Ethical People for People “,….When all or many small or minorities join hands than they can build the majority and can save people, property & environment from any disaster – “ Natural or Man Made “ easy and health save.  

So please always stay save and healthy all social distancing all hands washing sanitizer, Face mask etc etc never neglect it is very important to ensure the best health for all your Chefs as well yourself, so also all your family members and people you work with and donate to, Health Safety is Paramount and must be ensured 24/7…

Thanks you are all doing a fantastic Job great that you Chefs Aid Work

with Bo Bo Win and MOLLAMINE Rescue Teams 2021

Oliver E Soe Thet 

Community Aid @ Myanmar Chefs Social Responsibility 2021 

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