Note: This will be an event post.
Like what the banner says, the School of Social Science and Humanities (SSH) of Tunku Abdul Rahman College is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and thus, the Advance Diploma in Public Relations and Advance Diploma in Media Studies students are organising this event to celebrate the big ONE ZERO.
Yesterday (Monday) was the very first day to this 3 day event. Due to class that morning, I was a bit late for the event. When I reached Canteen 2 (the venue), it was time for the Vice Principal of TAR College, Mr. Chan Kum Wing, to give his speech.
Mr. Chan Kum Weng
I want this for Christmas.
Next up, Mr. Lee Hwee Chuin, Head of SSH, was called on to the stage to officiate the event together with Mr. Chan. They get to open up a life size present box. I was waiting for something to pop out of the box.
Confetti maybe? Or a half naked lady? Now that would be interesting.
I want this for Christmas.
No half naked lady :(
It turned out to be a city like model with the SSH 10th Anniversary logo hung from two of the towers. Very interesting I tell you. At least this was something different. However, I still preferred the half naked lady idea.
Anyway, whenever there's a birthday celebration, there will be cake. Not letting the tradition of cake cutting run away, a cake was brought in and members and admins of the SSH community was invited on stage for the ceremony.
Happy Birthday SSH!
Next up, was a high energy performance by four members of the Dynamite Cheer Squad. They were burning up the stage with their cheers and moves.
Full of energy and expression
After the performance by the girls and also after the stage has cooled down a little bit, it was time for another performance. This time an identity showcase which features the courses available in the SSH School. These courses covers the areas of Mass Communication, Creative Arts, Social Science and Hospitality Management.
(this guy was looking at my camera for most of my shots)
So, that's how it went at the beginning of the event that day. Next up, the Head of Divisions along with their arms, legs, body, etc. went on a tour to the booths set up for this special event.
Each with its own unique design
Later that afternoon, there was a graffiti art drawing by the Graphic Design Booth. Armed with spray cans and face masks, the two artists started work on the wall.
Graffiti in the process
That sort of raps up my short coverage of Day 1's activities. There were other scheduled programmes in between and after, I had class so I can't update you guys on that. Want to know what happened on Day 2? Subscribed to my RSS feed to keep track on my updates!
Here's a hint: catwalk