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05 June 2006

Children's Day

June 1st is Children's Day over here in Spitland and the pre-school where Faith attends organised an activity day for both parents and kids. (Click individual picture for an enlargement).
First stop, a quick tour around the school.
 
I really hate to be this guy in the School Mascot suit. He was being attacked by the kids! Unfortunately for him, there is really nothing the mascot can do about it coz he was under the watchful eyes of the parents who pays his salary. Really Lan Lan Situation.

 

 Faith is enjoying herself.



Faith excitedly pulls us along to show off her masterpiece.



But hor, something tells me I am not getting exactly my money's worth in terms of school fees, which incidentally is bladdy expensive. Sekali, there is indeed a country named Singapor and that indeed is the country's flag!




But this next picture is the ultimate...
 

... but look on the bright side. It could have been WHORES.
  - Voxeros

1. heather left...
Monday, 5 June 2006 11:18 pm :: http://disenchantedprincess.wordpress.co
muahaha.. what country is that..!! OMG! They need new geography teacher... haha i can go there and apply to teach them geography. :P


2. sunflower left...
Monday, 5 June 2006 11:23 pm
Even thought you are not getting exactly the money's worth in terms of school fees, but I can see Faith really enjoys herself!
So, ok lah open one eye close one eye lor!


3. Pam left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 12:08 am
so...did you point out the errors to them? any heads gonna roll?? :)
we had a documentary on tv the other day re the event that happened years ago in the famous square in the capital of the country you currently live in. and the question was: what's happened to the person who stood up to the machines of war?... unfortunately there were no answers...


4. KingMeng left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 12:38 am :: http://kingmeng.wordpress.com
I hope they don't spell potato as "potatoe"


5. aloe left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 8:48 am
you should go correct their error.


6. mht left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 9:10 am
i got curious and went to check on the correct country for "Singapor" the correct country is: Saint Kitts and Nevis


7. akk left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 10:25 am
wah lau...i was about to say that the school looked pretty local and even quite nice, with flat screen pc some more. but surely they should do something about the English teacher they have over there......


8. JayWalk left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 1:27 pm ::
Heather & Anna: I didn't bother to take issue with it for after all, they are merely for decorative purposes and these kids are way too young to learn geography yet. So no harm done yet.

Pam: Event? What event? NO EVENT! NEVER EXISTED! Shoo shoo! :P

King Meng: Wrong meh? Ex-US Vice President Dan Quayle spelt it that way what! :P

MHT: Thanks for the update. Was curious to find out but too lazy. Hur hur hur.

Akk: Good biligual teachers are hard to come by and besides, if they heng heng can find one, I dunno how much more I have to pay liao. -_-"


9. JayWalk left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 8:11 pm ::
Sunflower: My sentiments exactly in the sense that she enjoyed going to school (except the part where we need to literally peel her off the bed every morning).


10. hitomi left...
Tuesday, 6 June 2006 9:15 pm
aiya, ask your wifey to teach english there lor...


11. JayWalk left...
Wednesday, 7 June 2006 10:52 pm ::
hitomi: Actually, that's what wifey has been doing. We bought materials for home-schooling as well.


12. lancerlord left...
Thursday, 15 June 2006 7:00 am :: http://lancerlord.blogspot.com
Spell Singapor not bad lor. Singarpo sounds worse.
I should visit the place more often. Even the horse picture also shows a stunned horse. :)


13. JayWalk left...
Thursday, 15 June 2006 1:35 pm ::
lancerlord: I supposed you are right. At least we get a place on the steps. :)


14. ah_9 left...
Friday, 16 June 2006 1:46 pm :: http://9.liquidblade.com
Haaa! HORES!
- 9


15. JayWalk left...
Friday, 16 June 2006 3:47 pm :: 
Ah 9: I tell you that day when I saw it hor, iBlur.

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