Project created from
13 APRIL 2016
Project status Execution
0% TO GO
AMOUNT UNLOCKED RM100,000
Cycle to China
Home refurbishment updates
Currently we have completed 6 homes, with 9 in Kelantan is still under construction. Total homes funded to date is 15 and total funds disbursed is RM81,300.
From Hong Kong to Malaysia
I think my safe return would be the best birthday present for mom. She celebrates her 80th this Saturday.
A sumptuous dinner
Last night I hosted my long lost relatives to a sumptuous dinner. 14 of them turned up and I was meeting most of them for the first time. My two cousins, their wives, children, in-laws and grandkids. It was a joyous occasion. We ate well and had some beverages, although the vinegar wine was quite something else.
PROJECT UPDATE TITLE: 4,000km
At the end, the emotions got the better of me. The last 10 km were all tears. Those of joy and a sense of accomplishment. To be where my roots are from is unbelievably surreal. The journey had everything in it to make all of this worthwhile.
#cycletochina Day #56 is completed, in Hanoi AND survived the traffic. Can't believe we made it. 3,355km from Alor Setar. Had I known, I would've flown.
3 more homes
We are happy to announce that we have started repairing 3 more homes under #ProjekWumah2, an initiative under #CycleToChina by none other than Mr. David Wu , celebrating his marking of 3000km.
Project progress update
Batu 12 Gombak house, where the daughter fell through the floor due to a rotting floorboard. The house is now being repaired and is 50% done, targeted to finish by the end of the month.
Made it across to Cambodia!
Another box ticked. Awesome!
Day 14, we are calling it.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the oldest cycling gang in the universe will be rocking and rolling into Bangkok on Sat 21st May, one day ahead of schedule.
Cycle to China is moving from Hat Yai to Songkla
Some of you may wonder why am I posting about Cycling to China, right? This a is a project collaboration between us and David Wu under Projek Wumah #2, a project that helps to repair homes that needs TLC and giving new hope to the residents of the homes.
Malaysian man to cycle 4,000km to China for charity
NST covers more about Projek Wumah and its objectives for #cycletochina
Cycle to China has been unlocked!
You made it happen. David Wu will #cycletochina, while Hayati Ismail begins repairing homes. This is all because of you, the supporters. Be sure to keep up with David and Hayati’s adventures on: facebook.com/webecommunity
4 generations of Wu.
4 generations of Wu. The late Ng Hoong Ken (great grandfather), the late Ng Poh Kiat (grandfather), the late Ng Soin Jin @ Wu Chuan Ying (dad) and last but not least...
3 Days To Go
Feeling rather nervous now. But excited nevertheless.
A memento at every destination
#webecommunity #kedahan #malaysian #JustWuIt #cycletochina
Greetings from Southern Thailand
Finally the body is caving in slowly. The lethargy is creeping in and the body feels overheated inside, literally. Truth be told, I'm still in disbelief that #cycletochina is already underway. At times I don't even know where I'm headed, to be honest. But I do know that I am on a multi faceted mission, and that it is a serious mission. Not just a sponsored joyride. It is a long journey, and one that I don't even know if I can complete. All I know is I wouldn't start something I don't intend to finish. Am not frivolous like that, but do give me a little more time to consolidate my emotions and frame of mind first because the REAL challenge i.e. Projek Wumah 2 remains. How do I convince you, and the public in general, that it IS a worthwhile cause weighs heavy on my mind. I guess we shall cross the bridge when we get to it. I know I will find the inspiration to word Hayati Ismail's and my aspirations at various stages along this journey. And leave it to you to decide if our endeavors will be worth your while too. Meantime, I hope someone will turn down the gas on the sun today otherwise no one at the ancestral village will believe I am related to them. Cheers, David Wu #JustWuIt #makeithappen #projekwumah2
Crossing into Cambodia
Traversing across from Alor Setar starting 6 May 2016, then to Bangkok and now, crossing over to Cambodia shows how two wheels can change your perspective about life. 23 May 2016 marks as a memorable day for David Wu as he is crossing over to Cambodia after clocking in 1,434 km, targeting his next stop Siam Reap. Paddling with each stroke and each breath, his journey will continue to his ancestral village in Guang Dong province, China. Lets continue to support him spiritually and send him our positive vibes. Remember, he is not just paddling to China to learn about his roots, he is travelling carrying the hopes of many. Projek Wumah #2 is kicking in soon. Watch out for our updates.
Where there is wheels, there is a way.
David volunteered at a community kitchen while he is in Siam Reap. He never stop to do amazing things while cycling to achieve his mission. This is not something any ordinary man can do, because he believe on one reason that he is able to complete his journey.
Batu 12 Gombak house in progress
Remember the Batu 12 Gombak house I posted in February this year, where the daughter fall from upstairs through floor as the floorboard is rotting? The house is now being repaired and 50% is done. We target to finish by month end. Thank you to Uncle David Wu, who agreed to continue with #ProjekWumah2, under #CycleToChina initiatives which was backed by #webecommunity. We are happy to announce that David Wu has decided to donate the amount unlocked under webe community amounting RM100k, which was initially the funding for his Cycle To China trip. Special thank you note should be forwarded to David Wu. Now more houses can be repaired and more family will get chance to have a better quality of life. Its about giving them hope and let's show, we Malaysians are caring society. If you would like to contribute to Projek Wumah #2, details is as follow: Beneficiary: Be The Change Resources Maybank Acc: 562 731 117688 #ProjekWumah2 #CycleToChina If you know homes that needs repair, do drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you too to #webecommunity for the opportunity and #makeithappen.
"Let's fix it together!"