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Since young, people have mistaken my niece Abby to be my daughter because she “resembles” my wife. Do they really look alike? Hmm…

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Happy New Year everyone!

Here are some random shots taken during my father-in-law’s birthday when we were in Sibu during the Christmas holidays, :p.

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On Christmas eve, my family and I were in Sibu to attend a cantata by the famous Wesley Methodist Church choir. The last time we attended a similar event was two years ago.

It’s indeed a great blessing to attend such a wonderful event. I applaud the Wesley choir led by conductor Cheng Hua Kong. Thanks for a great evening!

Here are some of the snaps I like. Enjoy, :p.

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A short clip uploaded at YouTube is here:

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Here’s the second installment of the pics, enjoy! :p

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Random shots from the Miri Christmas Parade last Saturday. It appeared that this time the crowd at City Fan was smaller as compared to last year’s. Let the photos do the talking! Enjoy, :p.

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Here are some more random pics I took during the wedding dinner of Kim Guan and Kelly in Brunei.

The grand evening was further spiced up by the presence of Singapore’s comedienne celebrities Michelle Tay (aka Yi Da Li – One Big Lump in Chinese), Henry Thia and Tay Yin Yin (of ‘Where Got Ghost?’ movie).

Everyone had a good time and was awed by Yin Yin as she demonstrated how flexible her body was despite her huge beautiful size, :p. Way to go, Yin Yin!

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I was in Bandar Seri Begawan last Tue to attend the wedding dinner of Kim Guan and Kelly. It was one meaningful event in my life as I have known the groom and his family for more than 20 years.

A toast to Kim Guan and his lovely wife as they begin their new journey as newlyweds!

Here are some of my fav snaps, enjoy, :p.

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It’s a great honour to be invited to photograph the Public Bank Sarawak Northern Region dinner held at a leading hotel in Miri last Sat.

I like the theme “Glitz and Glamour Nite” where all the staff were dressed up to the nines.

Wow! is the only word I can describe the culture of Public Bank where the people really work and play hard too!

What can I say – thanks for letting me be a part of your fantastic evening, :p.

Here are some of my fav pics. Enjoy!

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Sibu’s Sacred Heart School legendary teachers Mrs. Wong and Judy Wong were in town last Friday.

The Class of ’78 (Form 5) students residing in Miri played host to their teachers and spouses.

For many it was a re-connection after 31 years! Mrs. Wong and her husband specially flew in from Texas to attend the Class of ’78 Inaugural Reunion (in Sibu, Nov 28).

The time we shared was simply wonderful. Enjoy the pics, :p.

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Well, it looks like the reunion has already begun!

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Chatting, chatting and chatting.

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Incidentally Mr. Lawrence Wong (husband of Mrs. Wong) was my wife’s principal in Ling Chu Ming School.

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Mrs. Wong and Mrs. Wong, :p.

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Warm fellowship.

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This photo is definitely one for the album!

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The following day – breakfast at a food centre.

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A visit to the Petronas Museum, catching a glimpse of the city and the sea from the hilltop.

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By pure chance we met Joseph Wong’s (5S2) dad (in gray checkered shirt) at a seafood restaurant during dinner, :p. Joseph will be flying back from Perth this Wednesday to attend the reunion too!

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Another pic for the album.

Our dear teachers’ visit has certainly uplifted our spirits and getting us warmed-up for the big gathering on this Sat!

Thank you dear teachers, :p.

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Yesterday marks the day that Roseline and I have been married for 25 years. All in all, we have known each other for more than 26 years, :p.

It’s so surreal that time can just pass by like that after we exchanged our marriage vows in Xin Fu Yuan Methodist Church, Sibu on Nov 17, 1984.

So how did we celebrate our silver anniversary? You won’t believe it when I tell you that Roseline was away over the weekend in Kuching to conduct a course and she only arrived home at 8:30 last night. We had a late eat-out dinner with our loved ones, :p.

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Here are some pics from our wedding album. Enjoy, :p.

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This pic was taken at Roseline’s house when I went to “fetch the bride”.

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Exchanging marriage vows.

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The beautiful bride, :p.

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Showered with confetti, :p.

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Group pic taken outside the church.

“The happiest people don’t necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the best of everything they have.” – Anon

I’m at a loss for words for what I want to tell my wife on this occasion but the following song by Lea Salonga best sums up my thoughts, :p.

We want to thank God for everything. And yes, the best is yet to come, :p.

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