Saturday, November 6, 2010

Tony's Graduation Ceremony at SEGI University College

Hi all!

It's been almost a week since I last update my blog. It has been a really busy week for me and I have rested quite well on Deepavali. Oh Happy Belated Deepavali to all my Hindu friends and readers. May you stronger bonding and unity with your family member!

So this time I'm back to bring you all a good news from a blogger friend of mine, Tony Teh or prefered to be know as Toninkush who blogs at colourlessopinions.blogspot.com. During the evening before the night of the Hennessy Artistry in Mines, I attended his graduation ceremony at SEGI University College, Kota Damansara and somehow my happy memories just bounce into my head reminding me of my graduation ceremony 3 years ago in University Malaysia Sabah.

Well this time, Tony is officially a graduate in Bachelor Degree in Business Management on the 23rd October 2010.
Congratulation!

 The graduation hall. Nice and simple.
Plenty of official photographer around but too bad no official videographer & live video broadcast.



 The angmoh who can't pronounce some of the names, especially when it comes to Chinese names. *Phailed!*

 I was too free, so I snapped a picture of the booklet.

Can you spot his name? It's obvious, I know.

 
 This one name attract my attention. He's already so damn old and was the BIG SHOT of Singapore, still he just graduated from SEGI this year! >..<

Ok, that's not really him but someone else who has the same name.

 At 6.30pm... looks like his sister and my time prediction was quite accurate!

The family. Be proud!

 I'm blessed with food once again. Not bad, although the fried wantan was cold and hard.
The satay was good and I was too lazy to queue up for the lamb!

 Gay gang hug & gay gang kiss!
What is success to you? 
For me, when I have achieved something by sacrificing my time, effort and sometime money into it but there's my family and friends who are there to hold my hands and celebrate the success with me!
 Last but not least, thanks again to Tony for inviting me to capture the graduation moments.

-Peace Out-