Monday, August 31, 2009

National Day of Malaysia

Along all these years of National Day of Malaysia, I don’t really have any celebration or doing anything special to celebrate the biggest day of Malaysia. There’s only once that till now still leave me a good memory is during year 2004 where I’m still in lower six at S.M.K Batu Lintang, Kuching. During that year, our school having a competition to celebrate National that is to decorate our class. With the idea contribute by Chun Yi, Lee Sian, Lareina and Ke Xin ( hope the spelling of the name is correct.) which is making a big Malaysia Flag behind our notice board, we start to plan and buy material. Under the lead of our class monitor, Swee Yong, we only need to stay back after school for two days to finish up this project. The material we used is only newspaper, paint and glue. There are still other decorations that we have done to our class room but this is the one that give me more satisfaction than the other. However, the result of the competition has disappointed me because we only get the prize for most creative decoration but not the champion. Until today I still can figure out what make us not the champion and what make them the champion because their decoration look so normal. Well, this is the cruel part of the competition which we have to accept. The picture below show the Malaysia Flag we have build.

Malaysia Boleh!!!


In the picture above, from left to right: Swee Yong (class’s boss), Swee Lek, Wee Loong and Wee Khiang. I’m the one who sit and seem to be the boss, hehe….

Lastly, again is the slogan that never miss: “Merdeka!! Merdeka!! Merdaka !!”. Happy National Day to all Malaysian and all the best for the upcoming challenges.

3 comments:

Borneo Falcon said...

Why you guys don't tie your neck tie properly?

Crazyfool - Make You Crazy And FooL said...

most probably lose because the flag come out two ears.. haha.. nice doing.. maybe newspaper flag show how useless is the flag haha..

Fyzal said...

nice work there.. like that flag very much.. Merdeka!

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