1 cup of cooked white rice
2 whole eggs
Cooked carrots and peas (a handful)
One chopped onion
1 Tbsp of Olive oil
6 Tbsp of soy sauce
Heat Olive oil in a pan for a minute or two Pour well beaten eggs to the pan, cook and scramble them Set aside the scrambled egg sin a separate dish Add another spoon of oil to the pan
Add chopped onions and fry till golden-brown Add peas and carrots to the pan and fry for another 2 minutes Add the cooked rice and scrambled eggs to the vegetables and Finally drizzle soy sauce and mix all the ingredients well
And then you’re all done!
Serve it with some sweet chilli sauce if you like and enjoy a nice hot meal with your mates, family or all by yourself.
If you’re a first year undergrad degree student, there’s an exciting initiative that you can join called the Co-curricular Record (CCR).
Then you can join activities (like the Student Volunteer Army, or being a UC Mentor) and have them logged on your Record, including the experiences and skills you picked up. Your CCR is a great way to demonstrate how you got out there and helped out your fellow students as a part of UC, and can even serve as an added bonus for when you go job hunting!
Even better, UC’s CCR is the first of its kind in New Zealand, putting you a step above other university graduates!
If you’re interested, read more about the CCR and sign up. Feel free to contact the Student Experience Team if you have any questions: email@example.com
Everyone knows the tragic disaster that hit Nepal and enough has been written about the facts and statics behind it. Christchurch took it a step further and showed it’s support for both the incident and the Nepalese community in Christchurch.
A candle light vigil was held in Victoria Square Friday May 1 from 6:30pm. Put together by the Christchurch City Council, The New Zealand Nepal friendship Society and the Student Volunteer Army.
Speeches were given by the Mayor and the president of the Nepalese Community and candles were lit that read NZ4Nepal. It was a solemn occasion where Christchurch stood together as a city an showed its support to its residents and their families back home.
A give a little page has been set up almost immediately after the incident and has raised close to $50,000 dollars!
Please like, share and donate to the cause if you can and do your bit for Nepal right from home.
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