Hong Kong (Part 4)

My sincere apologies, according to a few people including smashpOp, my last last post on Hong Kong showed my true sleepy face. Yes, I admit. But that trip wasn’t boring! πŸ˜› I was just so tired the night before, and was forced to wake up early. And today, our first stop was Kowloon City for a walk. Spot the aunty below in this picture! πŸ˜› I am sure this picture brings a great start to this post!P1060509 For those who was envious of me having great egg tarts. Here is another brilliant picture on eggtarts. Don’t you just love it? Look at the crispy sides, and the softness of the tarts! It’s so delicious I can smell it as I am typing. Who wanna go Hong Kong again with me now? πŸ˜› I wanna go during winter by the way!P1060524Here, at our conference hall. A picture of the Malaysian delegates. We represented Malaysia in this conference. We were just the few eenie-minnie in the whole conference, but we made Malaysia proud. 2 of our leaders were the Emcee for the event; while the other Malaysians goes up every morning to do ice breakers before the sessions! We were loud, tough and sporting! P1060581 P1060582 Yes, a little sleepy face again. It was taken in the bus with the Indonesian group.P1060591 P1060599 Another morning at the Conference.P1060632 As promised, here was what I was saying. In 2006, the conference was held in Port Dickson, Malaysia. We handled the conference with over 700 participants; and turned away a few hundreds because of the good response. We handled everything including games. Because of our professionalism in handling those, we were requested to handle the games in Hong Kong. I planned most of it, with another youth of mine and we did the similar games in Malaysia. Sadly, a few games got rejected by the Hongkies, but it was nonetheless, fun. We actually got the Asians to do Caterpillar Race in the compound. Refer pictures below! πŸ˜›P1080715 P1080720 P1080721 P1080722 P1080723 P1080724 P1080725 P1080728 Somehow, I couldn’t find the pictures on the other station games such as dressing up as a mammie, throwing the ball from the higher floor down, oil and marble game, and some other tough, crazy and hard games! These were just some of the games (or team building activites, they call it, in Hong Kong) that we played in the Conference in Hong Kong. Sorry, I didnt mean to offend you Asians with our trademark games! πŸ˜›


  1. Reply
    nigelsim July 5, 2010

    OMG! nice idea! caterpillar race!!!

  2. Reply
    kianfai87 July 6, 2010

    lulz interested in Tartz and Kowloon signboard!

    that game so hard to play -.- use hand le LOL

  3. Reply
    alvinkok July 8, 2010

    nigel: HAHAHAHAHAH, yeah. fantastic idea i'd say! πŸ˜› LOL

    kianfai: lol. yeah, use hand! πŸ˜› in tarts? buy me some! πŸ˜›

  4. Reply
    kianfai87 July 8, 2010

    @alvin lol malaysia tarts hopeless . . . want to buy and park car also inconvenient!!

    anyway if got meet up sure will buy some donuts instead =X

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