Friday, January 2, 2009
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Agnes, Thanks for putting this email on the blog.Hope you are well and coping with the slow economy. I suppose people are still getting married and needs their photographs taken.We are doing just ok here and a lot of my colleagues have lost their jobs since.Anyhow, on the brighter side of life, christmas is coming and hope everyone is looking forward to a merrier end of the year.Merry christmas and hope to hear from all of you guys out there.
Posted by Patrick at 9:16 AM
Monday, November 17, 2008
How's things with you and all our friends around the world? We had come a long way since the days at SMK Bintulu. Please find my photo as attached. Now a little bit about myself so far, I came to Australia in August 2005, currently working as a senior technician with one of the Volkswagen dealer here. Two and a half years with the brand (VW), I'm now the third ranked VW technician in Australia after competing in the national finals held in Sydney in September 2008. Still alone as life hasn't left me any chance to settle down with a family yet but looking forward to soon. I spent most of my time in Kuching after KL but room for improvement there is quite limited, so decided to move here. Hope to hear more about you guys soon. Alex Chee was the one who got me the blog address, him and Charles John Antau are in Kuching and we had lunch while I was there a month ago. I was trying to post on the SMK-Bintulu blog but I didn't know how. Blogging is new to me.
Anyway, God Bless and take care
Posted by Agnes at 9:39 AM
Thursday, February 28, 2008
Attached is the photos during CNY gathering and sorry for the bad quality.
Back (From left) : Tung Joon, Gordon Lu, Kuo Hin & daughter, Robert Song, Patrick Tay, Liang Kwang
Posted by YEN at 4:30 AM
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
Hello all, quite sometime i didn't c any new posting. Any news to share ?
For myself, we went to London 2 weeks ago, quite fun. We visited London Bridge which is still stand still, London eye, River Theme Cruise, Buckingham Palace, etc...
Hi friend, actually i do have website for fun, if u have extra free time, kindly pay me a visit. :-)
Bye n Cheer
Posted by Kiat at 10:52 AM
Saturday, September 1, 2007
And this one, Dancing Kite in the air & 3 kites fly together and control by 1 men only. Friends, no kidding, are normal kites, not remote control. I saw it with my own eye..
Posted by Kiat at 10:38 AM
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Wow! We really enjoy the balloon festival, not only the ordinary balloon, but with some special shape balloons. Dont tell me the quality of photo not good - i knew that ^_^
Over 100 balloons were launch on the first day we visit the festival (4 days fr Thursday till Sunday- We went on Friday & Saturday)
Also the nite glow (only on Thursday & Saturday nite), really excited. They lite the balloons together with music, like in a disco party. My sons really enjoyed it and danced all the times. And the firework... anyone, btw, anyone kn how to upload mpeg/3gp or any type of short movie here? I capture some short movie script, but dont kn how to upload here...
Posted by Kiat at 12:46 PM
Monday, August 6, 2007
Monday, July 16, 2007
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
This is a photo taken in front of my house in Brisbane. Kuo Hin was here in Jan 07 and he would have remembered it....
My wife name is Yin and she is 6-7 months pregnant now. Our first child name is Yun Xi and she is 2 year old now.
Sorry my life is so simple...nothing much to write about.
Francis and the Family (3 July 2007)
Posted by Francis at 9:00 PM
Friday, June 29, 2007
The photo shows my family members as follow:
My wife - Liew Yen Yen
First daughter - Miss Chin You Ann (4 years old)
Second daughter - Miss Chin You Rou (2 years old)
Third daughter - Miss Chin You San (8 months old)
Forth......to be advised.........
Chin Tung Joon
Posted by chintungjoon at 1:59 AM
Saturday, June 23, 2007
Monday, June 18, 2007
Posted by YEN at 5:47 PM
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Ohayo! it's getting very.........interesting. i haven't check my mail for quite sometimes already. just managed to join in smk-reunion with the help of ah yen........thanks yen.
walau wei, nice designed house, like it very much. meng, just for infor, how much? hehehe
agnes, what a good photographer, like your picture too.
kiat, some of the church members still asking where is your sons? hope you can cope up with your life over there.
Maria, thanks for your help, appreciate it.
kui, sorry for not being able to meet you.
heng, can see you are very contented with your family and life over there.
Liang, ............keep fit.............malaysia boleh????????.........hehe........
Posted by adrian Lee at 10:20 AM
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
hello, everybody, I have two kids, Phoebe ( 8 years old / Pearson ( 4 years old) ... do guess which two look like me ...
Then, there are 3 more belong to my elder sister Pauline, Philip ( 7) Patrick ( 6) and Priscilla ( 4)
Do make a guess, ha ha ha
this photo taken in my school... the rest of children are my adopted children...
Posted by gigi at 4:08 AM
Monday, June 11, 2007
Hi, To all my 'old' friends,
It has been 15 years we didn't meet up, such a loooooong time...... when I heard Yen said about reunion, I was really excited. I think it's time to get down to earth and plan to have the reunion. It is easy for me to say that coz i live nearby only, I can fly anytime. For those of you who are overseas, when are you all planning to come back?
As for me, I never leave music line since then. Still teaching music and performing. And I have two kids now, girl - 8 years old and boy - 6 years old.
FYI, Swee Poh's grandmother just pass away few days ago. "Swee Poh, our condolence to your recent bereavement"
For more information about me please visit
My Music School In KK
My Music School In Bintulu
Best wishes & God Bless from Grace Lee
Posted by Prelude Music at 8:15 PM
Saturday, June 9, 2007
Well... after so many yrs living under the big hot sun, we enjoy the cold weather here, ^_^ A bit weird but we really enjoy it
One of the few places we visit in the first week, Musical School of Uni of Bristol.
We walk abt 20 mins to reach here fr the hotel we stay, it was really tired as we nvr walk more than 10 mins in Kuching.
Western Super Mere, first beach we reach in UK. It was begining of May, still cold, but it was a good day with beautiful sunshine. We hate raining day cos the rain cn make ur hand freeze.... although i like cold weather ^_^
Wookey Hole, the next place we visit a week aft the beach. For my sons (& myself) to get kn how the "real" dynasaur looked like - and also King Kong
Apart fr that, "Explore @ Bristol" was the next place we visited. For your info, me and my son built a "bridge", "racing car", etc, over there. Very excited, not for my sons but also to myself.
That's all so far, my next place to go should be the "stonehenge", not too far fr Bristol, about 90 mins driving. I hope i cn do it asap.
Posted by Kiat at 1:00 AM
Thursday, June 7, 2007
Patrick, nice work on the sister's house design. Very modern and artsy. Nice picture you took too. Your sis must be REALLY proud ... I hope it got listed into local architectural spectacular!
Here are 2 images of Agnes in action (taken by clients) when photographing brides in USA. My work can be seen at my website www.NeussePhotography.com (mentioned in earlier post).
By the way, does anyone in Bintulu talk to Mao Mao (Moh Wah Kung) recently? She just had a baby for a month. May be you guys can help taking a picture of the infant and publish here. Hope to see more pictures soon!
Oh wait, one more picture of BAD Agnes on motorcycle, a Triumph Rocket III. The background is part of my yard, a pavillion to the right of pic, the house is to the left (not shown); I am in my driveway.
Posted by Agnes at 1:33 PM
Thought some of you may be interested to find out more about what I do..
The house is designed and built over the internet and telephone calls. My sister managed the bill on site herself. I had lots of sleepless nights answering queries due to the time difference.
Very fulfilling to work on a smaller project and to see it built.
To the rear of the house, the land slopes right down to form a valley, which presented an opportunity to create a semi-basement self-contained guestroom (my room!). The main house is extended to the back with an additional children play-area and outdoor terrace.
Posted by Patrick at 9:59 AM