06 November 2008

Swans and Cats

SMK Sacred Heart Students Tour Kuching

After the Reunion Dinnner on 31st October 2008, the next day, Kuching known as the City of Cats received special guests from the Swan Town. They are the students of SMK Sacred Heart Sibu who attended the 21st Annual Reunion dinner. They were accompanied by the enthusiatic members of the Alumni Committee who made sure the swans didn't get lost.

The students were

Mr. Adrian Wong Jian Jieh
Mr. Lok Leh Leong
Mr. Ting Huong Hong
Ms. Joyce Wong Luo Yee
Ms. Lim Mei Chung
Mr. Tiau Kiu Jim
Mr. Chong Joo Seng
Mr. Lau Kiew Toh
Mr. Ling Sze Nin
Mr. Frederick Yii
Mr. John Lau Siew Siong
Ms. Sim Hui Yii
Ms. Lee Lee Ping
Ms. Tracy Tumay Rigar
Ms. Lee Chiew Yung
Ms. Wong Siew Long
Ms. Betty Luk Tzer Eir
Ms. Lau Hui Fang
Mr. Loh Hua Hock
Mr. Eddie Chiew Foo Ping

The accompanying teacher was Ms. Wong Chin Ching. The students departed from Li Wah Hotel Kuching and went to see the famous landmarks of Kuching City such as the Dewan Suarah, Sarawak Muzium, the famous Cat Statue, the KTS Gallery and STA Exhibition and finally was feted dinner at Li Wah Hotel Restaurant. As we go along the photos try to look at the hand gestures and see if everyone is good at intepreting them.

Departing from the hotel - notice the different ways they use their 'Woh Ai Ni' hand sign

Students boarding the bus

'Peace' sign as they board the bus

Jenny with Ms Wong Chin Ching who is the accompanying teacher - no hand signs here

Students posing at the Dewan Suarah with the Tour Guide Ms Rose who is not in red, again with their unique 'Woh Ai Ni'.

The Swans signals to their flock in Swan City Sibu from Kuching's Dewan Suarah - "Come over to Cat City"

Enjoying the panaromic view of Kuching City from above Dewan Suarah

Dewan Suarah Kuching

While visiting the Sarawak Muzium - I believe the hand signal means 'Way to Go man!'

Rose points to something interesting in that direction

Posing with the cannon - with their sign of Peace and 'I Love Yous'?

The visit to the Cat Statue at Jalan Padungan - okay we have several hand gestures there to make out and I believe the Thumbs Up is a new feature here

KTS Gallery: Some more hand signals and gestures here - as usual Mr. Peter Seo hides his behind his back. If you read his mind it will go 'Guess what my hand sign is'

Group photo at STA Exhibition Centre with Dr. Peter (left) and Ms Nicki (second right) just after Mr. Peter Seo

Dinner time at Li Wah Hotel after a day's tour

Food comes and everyone enjoying the Foochow Mee being served - so how is Kuching's Foochow Mee?

Students enjoying their dinner - some more 'Peace' gestures here

One has to be careful to use these signs in the restaurants lest it will mean 'Two more Cans of Drinks!' to the waiter or waitresses

And finally one will know how contagious these hand signs are - here Jenny has been 'converted' - 'Peace' pose with Mr. Ting Huong Hong :)

1 comment:

estherchew said...

Congratulations on the new blog site and all the effort in letting the rest of us know what the Alumni Association is doing.