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Former Associate Professor in English, (PhD scholar) Tribhuwan University, Nepal, National level footballer and manager team Nepal, Editor, Nepalese Australian.com Former Associate Professor in English, (PhD scholar) Tribhuwan University, Nepal, National level footballer and manager team Nepal, Editor, Nepalese Australian.com Featured
26 May 2021 Posted by 

WESTMEAD GUINNESS WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT

Worldwide Mo:Mo eating challenge
IN an attempt to set a new Guinness World Record, Everest Mo:Mo: Westmead is hosting an event at their restaurant on Saturday May 29 May at 8.15pm AEST.
As an authentic Nepalese restaurant that specialises in cooking Mo:Mo (Nepalese Dumplings) Everest Mo: Mo has set up an attempt to eat the highest ever number of Mo:Mos.
 
The event is organised by "The Deepesh Show" for Charity through NGO - NyanoPan. Nyanopan is a non-profit organization based in Nepal with the mission of serving the nation by empowering the blind and the visually impaired and underprivileged people with opportunities, education, support, care, warmth, and their everyday care needs (more info at - www.nyanopan.org).
 
This is a Livestream Zoom event, as well as a live event at Everest Mo:Mo, 151 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead and people throughout the world have been registering to set the world record of eating Mo:Mos simultaneously, therefore uniting people together during this pandemic crisis.
 
The goal is to raise as much money as possible from donations, for NGO NyanoPan of which Everest Mo:Mo: Westmead is the Platinum Event Partner and will be offering a 25% discount for any groups of people attending the restaurant.
 
To participate in this historic event register at: www.bit.ly/momolover
 
To make a donation visit: www.bit.ly/nyanopan
 
For more information visit: www.momoworldrecord.com
 
Or Everest Mo:Mo: website www.everestmomo.com.au 


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