Corporate Social Responsibility

At Si Chuan Dou Hua, we are committed to giving back to the society. We support a variety of causes pertaining to community welfare. These programmes give our associates meaningful opportunities to volunteer.

Dumpling Festival at Whampoa SilverACE SAC

15 June 2015

133 goodie bags including snacks, household necessities and four handmade Red Bean Paste Dumplings prepared by the restaurant’s chefs were distributed to needy families in the Whampoa district to wish them a joyous Dumpling Festival celebration. The residents also enjoyed the restaurant’s signature Homemade Fine Bean Curd with Wolfberry.

Chinese New Year at Meiling Street SAC

4 February 2015

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant celebrate Chinese New Year with a heart-warming gathering at Lions Befrienders Senior Activity Centre on Mei Ling Street with the convenience and safety of the elderly beneficiaries. The event included an eight course buffet spread and a karaoke sing-along session with the restaurant’s Executive Director, Ms Wee Wei Ling and Advisor to Tanjong Pagar GRC Grassroots Organisations, Dr Chia Shi Lu.  

Dumpling Festival at TOP

19 May 2014

Enabling the elderly to assist their own neighbours, 40 beneficiaries from the Central Singapore District rolled up their sleeves and made glutinous rice dumplings with Si Chuan Dou Hua’s chefs. The rice dumplings were then sold at all three Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurants, with proceeds going towards goodie bags containing daily necessities for 100 households. 

Dumpling Festival at Nanyang Polytechnic

10 and 12 June 2013

As part of the restaurant’s tradition of giving back to society, Si Chuan Dou Hua chefs imparted the skill of dumpling making to 26 Year 1 student volunteers from Nanyang Polytechnic’s Diploma of Food & Beverage Business on 10 June 2013. Together, a total of 769 rice dumplings were wrapped in a span of two hours. These dumplings were then brought back to the restaurant and steamed before they were distributed to 100 underprivileged households by volunteers from Si Chuan Dou Hua, Central Singapore Community Development Council and Thye Hua Kwan Family Service Centre on 12 June. Each household also received staple food items such as cream crackers, Milo and 3-in-1 coffee.

Bountiful Spring Festive Cheers at TOP of UOB Plaza

5 February 2013

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurants and Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC) shared the joy of Lunar New Year with 80 underprivileged elderly from the Central Singapore District. Involving staff from every department, the elderly were first engaged in a hands-on dumpling-making session by our team of chefs. Dumplings look like ingots and signify prosperity for the coming year.

They then sat down for an oriental high tea reception, which kicked off with a spirited toss of the auspicious yusheng. The God of Fortune also made a surprise appearance to distribute red packets and spread the festive cheer as the elderly indulged in the scrumptious dim sum spread. 

 The highlight of the evening was an impromptu sing-along segment led by our management. The crowd cheered and sang along to nostalgic hits in Mandarin and familiar dialects, including Tian Mi Mi’(‘ 甜蜜蜜’) and ‘Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin’ (‘ 月亮代表我的心’), famous tunes of the late legendary singer Teresa Teng.

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