Bagai rusa masuk ke kampung

Yeah, that would be a great description for our BK Quiz trip!

Quiz was on 4th August (Sat) and we went on 3rd Aug (Fri).

It was held at Catholic High School, PJ.

We stayed at YWCA (Young Women’s Christian Association), Jalan Hang Jebat, KL.

We took a 2 pm Satria bus there and a 6 pm S&S bus home.

We reached Pudu Raya at around 8 pm, due to the traffic jam. From Pudu Raya, we walked to YWCA. When we reached there, a Labuan team was there. John and Daniel had their own room, Pris, Deborah, Wan Jen and I shared a bigger room with two other girls from Labuan.

No tiles on the floor. Just nice smooth planks of wood!

 

The staircase too!

Walked back along Jalan Sultan Ismail and ate chicken rice for dinner. John and Daniel said they still felt hungry after dinner!And after dinner, we went shopping. Hahha.

Nah, it was more of let’s-go-see walk along along Petaling Street. There were so many people! The streets was crowded until I almost suffocated! Daniel commented that it is the first time in his life where he is seeing so many ang mo’s all at one night.

Unfortunatly, my camera did not have a chance to come out. I was scared of drawing uncessary attention. It was irritating because I saw a lot of weird and nice stuff.

Before we headed back to YWCA, Daniel and John packed some food back. I bought a hand towel at 7 Eleven because of my forgetfulness. (The label attached to it said, ‘Wash before use’. I thought of the worst. What did they do to it before packaging? Yucks! Had to use it anyway.)

We reached ‘home’ and found out that the Labuan aunty, Mrs Chua, had the keys in. So we had to wait for her for some time. (Mrs Chua’s kid, around 4 years old, is super duper cute! It’s a boy, of course)

Waiting..

YWCA at night.

John studied BK till around 2, Daniel and Deborah till 1 plus, Pris and I around 12.30 and Wan Jen fell asleep with her books on the bed at around 11.30.

KLCC before I slept.

 

John studying in the ‘hall’.

Morning! Birds were chirping. Beautiful place.

Walked to MBS (Methodist Boys School), waited with other people and a bus came to get us. We reached CHS (Catholic High School). Ushers greeted us at the gate. We saw so many many many students in different school uniforms!

There was around 600 students there. Wow.

Opening ceremony was cool. It is hard to describe, the atmosphere was different. The MC for that day was funny. And the opening speech was encouraging. It gave me another view of who we, Christian students are in Malaysia.

Got into classes, did the first part, the objective questions. In the same class, I met Teow Kee from Batu Pahat, we went for NSCFL.

Break time. Food was simple and yummy! A hotdog, 3 nuggets and mineral water.

Worship in the school air-conditioned hall. Argh! I love it! Although there were some technial problems with the projector, but you can just feel that unity, that one voice of Christian Malaysian students!

Toilet ayone? Well. God is always good =) Pris would agree, huh?!

Second part of quiz, oral part. Deborah and I did so badly!

The 5 teams of finalist were so cool! And maybe crazy? I salute them. So accurate. Word for word! Wahliao. Winner and 1st runner’s up was from SMK Sri Sempurna. Winner got a full scholarship(RM 12 0000) to do A-levels at Methodist College. 1st runner’s up got half the amount for the same thing.


Two teams on the left…


Three on the right.


Some participants.

Before changing to leave in CHS.

 

I met Mrs Heng Chan aka Mrs Tee aka Shern Ren’s mum. She helped out with our accomodation. MCSC (Malaysian Christian Schools’ Council) table thing was such a joke! The MC annouced, “Can Miss Tien Hui go to the MCSC table behind this hall?” Hahha. And they thought I was a teacher.Collected money from MCSC table, then collected BK Postal Quiz certificates. Sieh Jin approached me and asked if my school had a CF. Gave me the SCF update form, NSCFL and ZMAXcamp forms. Enquired about ZMAX camp.. He’s cool leh. Hahha.

Balik. We walked and walked and walked. Took LRT. Went to two shopping complex, but did not get anything except Turkish Kebab. Lepak-ed at KFC opposite Pudu Raya.

On our way to LRT station, near Amcorp Mall.

 

Some chocolate stuff.

 

The Turkish guy who did our Turkish kebabs. Nice friendly fella.

 

 


Taman Jaya LRT station.


A KFC LRT.

Graffiti!

 

At a shopping complex.

 

Me! Me! Me!

 

Joking, talking, laughing at KFC.

 

Seeing who is more pregant has fatter bags.

Yah. Nice.

I got the pleasure of enjoying Root Beer on a hot afternoon and Dunkin’ Donuts (yummyyy!) for dinner.


At A&W


I was too excited over my donuts until I forgot to take a photo of them before eating them. So this is prove that I ate Dunkin’ Donuts! Or you want an eyewitness? Ask Pris, she sat beside me in the bus. Hahha.

 

Love that trip =) with lots of smiles and memories!

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pris
    Aug 24, 2007 @ 15:41:41

    YAh!!Tien did eat Dunkin’ Donuts…She was like so so excited to see the dunkin Donuts booth..hahaaa.

  2. muffled
    Aug 27, 2007 @ 14:18:14

    heee. thaks for being my eyewitness. Fortunately, no rewards! =P

  3. John Soo
    Dec 27, 2007 @ 02:13:00

    Hey,

    Just visited your site on 27 DEC 2007 to download some of my photos… haha… sorry lah… Hope you don’t mind…

  4. shernren
    Nov 22, 2008 @ 10:09:33

    I found your blog. Lols. (See, that’s what googling your own name gets you.😉 )

  5. muffled
    Nov 25, 2008 @ 20:20:42

    Congrats! And welcome?

    Hehhe.

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