it was an awesome night. yes i can say that. even the whole ipohites would sat that. we enjoyed ourselves there watching the so called biggest event of the year in ipoh. those pics up there were the participants of the schools' marching bands. sorry can't tell the name cuz i forgot. haha =.= what i really love was the fellow SMI supporters. haha ROFL. hell yeah we had fun. the only supporters that was 'sporting'. can ask anyone there. we shouted loud and clear since the beginning. yes, before the night, we fellow Michaelians were adviced and told by the disciplinary teacher and even the head master NOT TO CAUSE TROUBLE WHEN GOING THERE or we'll be disqualified. closes and best example is BOOING. hahaha yeah, we booed. a lot to be truthful. and we don't even bother about disqualification thingy. cuz i think they won't do it. haha first contestant, Nan Hwa was booed the most. we all shouted; boo sama dia! *booo* sekaali lagi! *boo*. tiu sama dia ! *tiuuuu* omg i laugh like hell xD. then when one school was throwing the stick up, all of us shouted; drop it! drop it! when dropped, we all clapped and laugh. LOL. haha. then when Sam Tet was marching in front of the SMI porch; yes, we have special porch for Michaelians :) we all booed and saw our MMB members, and started shouting SMI! SMI! again and again. and when they went to the field, we shout out the school rally out loud. wow that was fun. then we all made the mexican wave right to left, left to right, down to up. then suddenly someone shouted; okay now jump down the porch! then all stood up! ROFL. idiots x) i really wish ya'll could see the what happened there. i recorded the performance but i just can't upload the thing to youtube. it says an error occured. sorry guys. it's okay even though we got second but we did the best. and all of the Michaelians were there to witness it. i am proud of it. UPHOLD THE MICHAELIAN SPIRIT IN YOU !! hell yeahh. well, that's all for now. till next p0st. thank you.
*sorry abt the quality. i need better DSLR for night shots.
Renowned film and advertising director Yasmin Ahmad died 11.25 pm yesterday, July 25th. Her death was confirmed by Media Prime Group Chief Operations Officer Datuk Seri Ahmad Farid Ridzuan, who was at the Damansara Specialists Hospital. Yasmin, 51, collapsed while presenting a working paper at Sri Pentas, the headquarters of the private television station TV3 on Thursday and was rushed to the Damansara Specialists Hospital. She suffered a stroke and brain haemorrhage which was the cause of her death.
She left a legacy of her works in the film and advertisement arenas, thriving on the themes of love, family ties and comedy against the backdrop of multiracial Malaysia. Born in Bukit Treh, Muar, Johor on July 1st, Yasmin, who graduated in psychology from Newcastle University, United Kingdom, had won local and international creativity awards.
Married to Abdullah Tan Yew Leong, she began her career as a copywriter with Ogilvy & Mather before joining Leo Burnnett as joint creative director in 1993 and rose to become its creative executive director until her death.
In the filming industry, Yasmin, however, drew much controversy in view of her openness and boldness in analysing social issues. She was at the mercy of critics since her first movie, "Rabun" was screened in 2003 followed by "Sepet" (2004), "Gubra" (2006), "Mukhsin" (2006), "Muallaf" (2008) and Talentime (2009).