Friday, September 1, 2017

Merdeka Ride!

Parents Without Partners /Jumble Station celebrated Merdeka organised by, MY Classic Cars. This year is MY Classic Cars 13th Merdeka Charity Drive and has invited children from NGO and children homes such as Lighthouse Homes, Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-kanak Taman Megah and others, to take part in this memorable event.

The organiser, classic car owners and guests, gathered at Spastic Children Association of Selangor and Federal Territory as early as 8 in the morning for registration and distribution of our national flags. While the children waiting obediently and excitedly to hop in the cars, the host carefully gave safety instruction and guidance on the route to all car owners, to make sure a safe journey and fun for all at the same time.

The journey for the car ride started from gathering point to padang SS15/2E and SS15/3E, Subang Jaya. Approximately 10am everyone arrived at this destination safely. Children seated for a light breakfast served with a plate of local pastries, bandung drink, choice of a box of nasi lemak or fried bee hoon.
They were also entertained with fun activities such as, balloon sculpturing, painting the clown faces, dancing and performance from Malaysia's Michael Jackson! Several children went up the stage to take part in dancing and many adults joined in the fun too. Even PWP’s Co-founder, Lim Lian See jived to the song called ‘Jail Break’ by Elvis with the children! Soon after, everyone adjourned to a group photo session.

After which, we set of in cars to Lake View Club, Subang for lunch. The organizer and host Mr. Michael Sundram and distinguished guests Datin Khatijah from Jabatan Kebajikan, and also YB Hannah Yeoh, gave their speech and honored everyone including the children.
Everyone enjoyed a delicious scrumptious lunch with, chicken curry, omelet, mixed vegetables, fried rice, buttered prawns and orange juice. For dessert there were local pastries and coconut ice cream! Yummy....!

Later there was a cheque presentation, presented to each NGO and chilrend's home by YB Hannah Yeoh. On behalf of PWP, Co-founder, Lim Lian See received donation by cheque, amount RM4200.00, for PWP cause. Later every child received a cash ang pow from YB Hannah Yeoh as a token of a blessing. The organizer distributed 2 goodie bags for each child containing snacks, stationery items and toiletry products.

When asked Zachariah (9) and Daniel (9), as this is their first time joining PWP’s event and riding in classic car about this event, they said excitedly, “saya mahu datang lagi untuk hari lain. Boleh kah?” “I want to come again on a another day, can?”. Astalectumi, daughter to a single mother, said with happiness in her eyes, “sangat suka dan gembira! Saya mahu datang lagi!” “I like it and happy! I want to come again!”. Co-Founder Lim Lian See also shared, “A meaningful Merdeka day to have all the children coming together and having fun!”

Indeed memorable Merdeka Ride and a wonderful blessings for all!

Monday, August 28, 2017

Happy 10th Anniversary PWP and JS!🎆🎇 :D

We wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone, for being part of us. Thank you for the support, generosity, sharing of your passion and love for the cause throughout the years!! 

We look forward to many more years of continuous support.

God Bless!

Monday, August 21, 2017

Fun activities in Reading Station.

Children from Reading Station had so much fun with few of activities, such as pin the donkey while blind folded, writing and drawing using a marker pen with strings tied to it. These two activities was definitely a though one. But the children learnt, that the goal can be achieved through teamwork and co-ordination.

Collecting marbles using toes was really fun too. Using liquid hand wash to form suds so that the marbles are not visible, water and small basin with colored marbles in it. Each child took turns to collect one black/blue marble, to make a total of 10 (5 black/ 5 blue marbles) in a small bowl using only their toes!

Lastly before taking a group photo, our volunteer Angeline shared the lesson, learned from these activities; Teamwork! and rewards were given to each team member for good team work and effort. 

Friday, August 18, 2017

Merdeka Decoration!

Children from Reading Station, and with the help of our volunteer decorated RS with balloons and our national flag!
Lifting up the spirit by cheering Merdeka ! Merdeka! Merdeka! and Jalur Gemilang!. 

After which the children proceeded to a game of "whisper the word", which helped them to learn new words. Although it was challenging, the children had a wonderful time of laughter and fun :)

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Hari Raya Dinner.

Parents Without Partners /Jumble Station had a Hari Raya dinner in Reading Station, in Subang Jaya, on 18th July 2017.

Present for the dinner were our Co-Founder, together with staff and volunteers of JS. To set the mood right, almost everyone wore a traditional colourful malay outfit and brought scrumptious home cooked local dishes, for the gathering.

To start off, Operation Manager Adrian Ong, gave a short speech to welcome everyone gathered, followed by Social Coordinator Jaya.B, thanking everyone for organizing and preparing the food. Last but not least, Co-Founder Lim Lian See, shared a few words of encouragement and Hari Raya wishes to all. Soon after, all adjourned to enjoy the dinner. Many prepared local traditional dishes such as, lontong, mutton rendang, mixed vegetables, nyonya asam prawns, fruits, drinks, kuih raya, pizza’s and spaghetti. Also, we celebrated birthday, for those who were born in the month of July.

After enjoying the delicious dinner, two of JS dancing coach Ida, and Adrian Ong, stood up to do the joget! (malay traditional dance) and bollywood too!. Soon, the others followed suit and joined in the fun. A swell of laughter was filling up the atmosphere and everyone enjoyed a time of bonding.

Indeed it was a muhibah celebration at Jumble Station :D

Thursday, June 22, 2017

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Selamat Hari Raya.

From PWP Management and staffs.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Happy Father's Day,
From PWP Management and staffs.

A Token Through Art.

20 May 2017, marked the official launch date of WORLD PIECE. A total of 25 pieces of art pieces have been exhibited on this day and with the great support of friends and families, the launch was filled with laughters and warmth throughout. More like a reunion / old friends & family get-together party! 

Despite sharing with everyone the passions towards art, founder, Margaret Tan, has taken this opportunity to share the joy, with Jumble Station; a token of contribution (by cheque) has been presented to Ms.Jaya.B, Social Coordinator (PWP), for Parents Without Partners cause.

World Piece will continue the effort to be seen and to be heard by people out there. Visit their Facebook Page at for update about the upcoming plans/programmes.


Monday, May 22, 2017


Activities with children.

Two volunteers from University Malaya, came to visit us again. This time with great fun of game activities such as, charades, hangman and passing the ball. Plus a bit of acting game too.

In between activities, children and volunteers took a about 10 minutes break, and ate snacks provided by the generous volunteers . After which all continued on with, puzzle game and word search.

Children from Reading Station, had a remarkable and memorable time with everyone!

Thank you volunteers!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Book Voucher Contribution.

Children from Reading Station received Popular Book Vouchers,worth RM270.00 in total, by an anonymous donor recently.Some purchased art materials, their favorite story books, and other reading materials with these vouchers.
They are indeed grateful, happy and blessed to receive a wonderful surprise.

Children from the Reading Station wish to thank you for the blessings!

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Happy Mother's Day.
From PWP Management and Staffs.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Reading Station children were invited to a birthday celebration in Kids E World, Da’Men Mall.

Parents to a 4 year old girl wished to bless the children of Reading Station (RS) with fun activities, delicious food and special gifts donated by parents of Rainbow Montessori. Children from RS were excited as they were waiting for their transportation to the location.

Upon arrival everyone gathered to the venue for registration. After which they joined the fun activities at E Kids World, a mini indoor playground with slides, bridge tunnels and pool of coloured plastic balls. To enter the playground children or adults are required to wear socks. Some of them had them on, but some none, in order not to disappoint anyone; the couple host took the effort and trouble to buy the socks for the children who were not wearing them. The expression of thankful and happiness after receiving, were so evident in their eyes and smiles of these children.

After the play time, everyone gathered to re-energies, with scrumptious food such as spaghetti, sausages, potato wedges, fried bee hoon, fried chicken, nuggets, ribena drinks and others. Some children even had 3 servings of the variety of food because they were hungry and it was delicious. Yum...

Next agenda was, the cake cutting session and receiving gifts.
All the children, including the birthday girl’s friends, joined to sing birthday song and cutting the cake. Soon after, children from RS gave a big shout of thank you to everyone who donated the special gifts, on stage. Each child was given a bag of stationery including; colour pencils, crayons, paint, brushes, sticker and many more.

Time flew so fast, that the children from Reading Station didn’t want to leave the venue. But with thankful hearts and hands filled with bags of goodies and food, they were very happy and blessed. They just can’t wait to get back home to share the joy of receiving, with their family.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Volcano Experiment, VR and a Show in Reading Station.
Our volunteer Angeline, together with her son Dillon, prepared a volcano model from home and brought it to RS, to share with the children, on how to make lava. Our volunteer, Angeline used very simple and safe items such as, dish washing liquid, food coloring, vinegar and baking soda to demonstrate further. Children were excited to try this experiment and were eager to learn too. Each child were given opportunity to try pouring the ingredient carefully into the volcano's crater with supervision.

Next, all 10 children, tried on the Virtual Reality (VR). VR is the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment. Some experienced it for the first time! Visuals they saw were dinosaurs and active volcano! They were thrilled and waited patiently for their turn to try on.

After which, Angeline using her laptop and projector, to share the definition and some facts about volcano. Soon after she introduced an interactive animated television series show called, Wallykazam. The series takes place in a colorful world resembling that of inside a fairy tale, in which the central characters reside. The show revolves around young troll Wally Trollman, who uses his magic stick to turn words into physical objects or occurrences, along with his pet dragon Norville and other friends. The duo occasionally runs into trouble, mostly caused by Bobgoblin. Children were amused with the funny characters and had so much fun listening and learning!

Monday, February 13, 2017

Hi everyone! :)

Tune in for the show which will be on air today 13/2/2017 at 3pm on 89.9 BFM under the segment called "Earth Matters


Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Parents Without Partners had a radio interview session, with BFM 89.9; Malaysia's only independent radio station, focused on business news and current affairs. 

Co-Founder, Lim Lian See and Social Coordinator, Jaya.B shared about Jumble Station and its cause on 7th February 2017. Stay tuned for more updated on the broadcast.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Happy Chinese New Year everyone! May you have a great celebration with family and friends :)

From PWP Management and Staffs.

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Monday, January 23, 2017

Hi everyone :)

Jumble Station outlet in Jaya One and in USJ 1 will be closed on the 28th & 29th January 2017 for Chinese New Year .
We will resume operation as usual on the 30th January 2017.

Thank you.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Segi University students shares their Reading Station experience.

From the moment we entered, we could tell that this organisation approach was very different. We went through Angsana
Flat’s long, dark, echoing corridors that gave us an idea of the environment, before we found PWP’s Jumble Station situated at the ground floor. The children and PWP’s facilitator, Jayapratha Batumalai were already waiting for us.
The facilitator greeted us with a warm welcome and we entered into a brightly lit room with walls freshly painted up with a theme to promote reading habit among the children. The children looked agitated and afraid; they continue to provoke each other even when they saw us enter. No signs of smiles and affection initially. We gave a brief introduction about ourselves and our aim for the activity we organized for them.
We began with an ice breaking session by asking them to sit around in a large circle, while we engaged ourselves with them by asking for their names and ages. We provided a piece of paper mask to each of them as our activity for the day was based on masquerade theme. The children still looked puzzled and they were shy to put on the mask prepared for them. Slowly, the atmosphere began to change, as we initiated them to play our first game called Charades.
Briefly, we explained to them on how we were going to play the game. We divided the children into two large groups and elected a representative from each group to stand facing them. They were getting a little more comfortable now, as they were excited to play. We showed a set of 1-word flash cards to the representatives, where they have to use their creativity to act out to their friends based on the word they saw in the card. The children excitedly shouted out their guesses and the group that shouted out the answers first won the session.
Next, the children are requested to write down their ambitions and what they want to be in the future. The ambition writing session is to inspire and motivate the children in their way on pursuing what they dream of. We have prepared a card board for the children to stick their sticky notes on it. From what they have written, most of the children want to be a teacher since they feel that being a teacher is a role model and a respectable profession. Moreover, some children wish to become a policeman in the future, seems that they aspire to help the people who are in need. In addition, some children want to become a nurse, fireman, pilot and officer. There is also one child who wants to be an astronaut, which is remarkable!.
Simple origami activity had been taught: Pikachu and Heart. The children show great interest in the Pikachu folded. The teaching section is led by Tina and others are assisting. When Pikachu had been folded, children were asking for markers pen, to draw the Pikachu’s face on the paper. Next, the heart was taught and all children had done a great job. Their initiative and attentiveness are appreciated.
For the singing session, we have performed 2 songs which are called Hero by Mariah Carey and Seasons in the Sun by Westlife.
Before starting, we have distributed the lyrics to the children. Then, we explained the meaning of the songs to the children. “Hero” is an inspiration song to encourage people to believe in themselves and not to give up on their dream easily. “Seasons In The Sun” is a farewell song as the sign of appreciation for the kids.
Ren Jiet and Shah lead the singing session by singing “Hero” followed by “Seasons In The Sun”. The instrument used was a guitar which was played by Shah. Initially the children seemed to be very shy to sing together but they started to sing together with us after awhile. All the members and children sang happily together during the encore. The singing session ended with applause.
A lively chicken dance was led by our group members. We had danced two times on that day. The children stand in a circle together with us and did the chicken dance with the music. During this session, we can see a big smile on each of their faces. Hence, we felt very glad and satisfied that the children were actually enjoying themselves. Nothing can satisfy a person more than bringing a smile on the face of the innocent children. Before ending our activities, the children are given coloured papers to write down their feedback on our activities. We are happy and feel satisfied that all of the children have positive feedback to us and have their fun and enjoyed it. They love singing and dancing. Also, they enjoyed Origami making session. We can see their smiles on every faces. We are glad and encouraged, that our little effort could mean the world to someone.
That was an unforgettable trip. The feelings and the emotions have still stayed the same in us, after this journey.

Hi everyone!
After our recent long school holiday break, our Reading Station will re - open on 15th January 2017, this coming Sunday from 2pm - 4pm.
If you are keen to be part of us in volunteering, kindly call Jaya at 019-233 1730 (Mon - Fri , 9am-5pm) for more info and available time slots.
Come and join us and hope to see you :)