World Vision ONE LIFE Experience

World Vision One Life Experience

The World Vision ONE LIFE Experience is a 2000 square foot interactive exhibit that will transport you to the heart of Africa. The objective of ONE LIFE is to provide awareness on the deadly HIV and AIDS pandemic, and to inspire everyone to move beyond the statistics by hearing the voice of a child in the midst of this struggle.

ONE LIFE opens today at Metrotown in Burnaby and the Dot Com Crew took a preview of the exhibit during a media opening which was hosted by Mi-Jung Lee from CTV and featured guest appearances by Wally Buono, head coach for our BC Lions, as well as musical artist, Marika.

The message of ONE LIFE is delivered via an iPod Shuffle. As the MP3 plays, you step into the life of a child affected by HIV and AIDS. Through this captivating 20-minute audio tour, you will experience the impact of HIV and AIDS through the eyes of a child and gain a completely new perspective on the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time. You will also come to appreciate just how rich you really are.

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. The ONE LIFE Experience runs from now until March 1. For the dates of ONE LIFE in your area, check the World Vision website.

World Vision One Life Experience

World Vision One Life Experience

World Vision One Life Experience

World Vision One Life Experience


33 thoughts on “World Vision ONE LIFE Experience”

  1. Pheak Tol says:

    this is crazyy *shaking head*

    1. World Vision is such a great organization. I’ve been sponsoring a child since 2006 from Kenya. It’s a very rewarding feeling.

      1. Pheak Tol says:

        im sure the kid is very happy and appreciates your help Chris,

        I wish the world was more…i guess im trying say if only the world was better with diseases and hatred and stuff

        1. I’m glad you’re sponsoring a child since 2006. πŸ™‚ I’m still a teen, but I still try and make as much donations as possible. πŸ™‚

          1. Thats a very good deed. You should donate no matter what your age, religion, culture is.

    2. SEO Tips says:

      Very true πŸ™‚

    3. John, did you sponsor a child in need?

      -Mike

  2. Strange to see a ‘Party at the PlayBoy Mansion’ ad & a One Life video in the same post.
    Fair play to you though for promoting One Life, something we all need to see.

    1. SEO Tips says:

      Ha I was thinking this, very strange to see it probably the only place you will πŸ˜›

  3. Thats a very good cause John. It seems there will be no ONE LIFE in my area. I will love to attend to one event like that.

  4. Jose Augusto says:

    Hello John, thanks for such an inspiring post. I defend everything should be done in order to promote the fostering of poor children. I have struggled to promote my spinning idea on that on my website Forterage.org. Here’s the link http://www.fosterage.org Thanks!

    (John you’re the right me to help me promote fosterage.org concept! Interested?! No, I don’t want anything from it, I just dream one day it could spread and become real.)

  5. VeRonda says:

    Endeavors like this are priceless… There are few things in life that you do where you feel you’ve completely impacted someone else’s life. But, this, this definitely does. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Silvia says:

    I was glad to learn about One Life and about their efforts to find kind people to help children who in need.It is very good that John shows kindness in the world.

  7. Another fantastic organization trying to lend a helping hand. Yes, it’s a shame that there’s so much of the world in need of assistance, but at least some are trying to give what they can.

  8. This is great to see people giving in such a time like this. It’s always better to give than to receive and it goes very much appreciated! I always respect that you do things and create blog posts such as this, and I have in the past enjoyed your thanksgiving donation match…I think that’s very kind and gracious!

  9. This is a very inspiring post. Helping people and especially children is of primal importance especially in the present-day world

  10. I’m glad that World Vision is taking a wonderful step towards humanity and the children who need our help. πŸ™‚

  11. Fauna Pryca says:

    Thank You John, great post.

    On e more thing, why do you use Vimeo? not Viddler?

    1. John Chow says:

      Better video quality.

      1. Ben Pei says:

        Ooo learnt something again.

  12. It’s good to see World Vision sharing Africa’s plight to the millions to see and to help in any small or big ways. It’s good to see John doing such humanitarian act of kindness.

    Peter Lee

  13. I did the World Vision experience when it was in my town recently. I agree it is well worth your time for, if nothing else, giving you a vision for the rest of the world. It is well done and thought provoking.

  14. Kendall says:

    What a great exhibit! A great way to plug the organization!

    And, as always, Sally looks precious!

  15. Erica says:

    Great post. With all of the negative in the news every day, it is refreshing to see a selfless act of kindness.

  16. Katy says:

    I saw this at Metro today but unfortunately, I didn’t have enough time check it out; I’m going back tomorrow though! I text-messaged my boyfriend asking him if he wanted to adopt a African child with me afterwards and he totally freaked out because he thought I mean adopt as in Angelina Jolie-adopt!! Guess I should’ve used the word “sponsored.”

  17. Pahn says:

    I always wanted to sponsor a child from our country,, I think that was the same organization,, but I still have no stable income yet to be able to give,, hopefully I get sto start sponsoring one by next year..

  18. Beautiful pics and your daughter is awesome.

  19. Andika says:

    John…i wonder when will i can do the same thing you do. I just started right now and my friend recommend this johnchow dot com and a just can’t get out of may chair πŸ™‚ lol

  20. Nice job! that project is really touching the hearts of those in need. Sad to say lots of people in Africa are soaked into poverty. And we in the online business can do the same too! We can extend our skills in helping others to give foundations of soon big businesses. I can help!

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