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Moral Angels’ Weekly Flash 210608

Howdy Angels,
It’s me again, Xiao Quan Quan, being arrowed by the VL at the very last minute (Wednesday, 25th June 2008, 2137hrs, on our way home from Kreta Ayer) to do the weekly flash. Sigh…always ‘kena’ arrowed suddenly.. How I wish it is a ‘cupid’ arrow? Haha.. I am only just kidding.. still prefer single but yet unavailable kind of lifestyle… :)

Sharon, Shu Hua, Rico and I went to visit Kreta Ayer this Wednesday, 25th June 2008 at around 1930hrs. Even though it was not my first time visit to Kreta Ayer, it still left me with deep impression, thoughts and feelings after my visit and thought it would be good to share in this platform. Kreta Ayer is a program based and not home based kind of setup. Basically, the ah gong and ah ma at Kreta Ayer live on their own at rental flat. Most of them received public assistance from the government. They are more independent, responsive and able to take care of themselves. These ah gong and ah ma comes from all sorts of background, from samsui women, coolie, and tailor to even trishaw or rickshaw pullers. Some of them are even 90 over years old and can still run around like little children. :)

The elderly at Kreta Ayer started off with stamp cutting. Despite their age, they were able to cut the stamps fast and neat, like ordinary young people. Some of the elderly were also there to play board games. After the stamp cutting, the volunteers at Kreta Ayer conduct some simple hand and palm exercise with the elderly. I thought it is effective and perhaps we can try it at Moral Home.

The most interesting and challenging part is the home visitation. Together with the four of us, the volunteers of Kreta Ayer were divided into 2 groups to do a random visitation to the home of the elderly. The basics of the home visitation is to check the well being of the elderly, update their profile, letters or medical appointments that needed to be read or reminded by volunteers. Through the visitation, we had seen how the volunteers engaged conversation with the elderly, how to identify whether the elderly are at home by looking at the power meter and the lights etc.

Together with the volunteers, Rico and I went to visit this particular Popo. She is a rag and bone woman who likes to collect things and see those items more precious than her life. Her house was full of junks that she barely had space for her to sleep. Her condition is better now than when I first visited her. Her corridor was initially full of stuffs that it might pose fire hazards. Sometimes you could see cockroaches crawling around. However, she was very generous and even offered us drinks but we had to check the expiry date just in case the things she offered to us expired… haha…

Next, we visit this new elderly, 79 years old, male, who just moved in to Kreta Ayer. He used to be a tailor. Through the conversation, he seemed to be very pessimistic about life. However, the volunteers are pretty professionals, trying to engage him for future events. Next, we went to visit these 94 years old ah gong, but he was not around. According to his roommate, he usually went out during that time. Imagine a 94 years old ah gong, walking around Chinatown area… impressive.

Then finally, we came across this partially blind Indian ah gong, staying all along in the flat. During my last visit, he had this so called “nephew” staying with him. But now according to Stephanie, in fact that “nephew” was not actually his nephew but an illegal immigrant who had been arrested. I was totally shocked when I heard about it. However, this “nephew” really took good care of this Indian ah gong during his stay with him.

Every elderly, every household at Kreta Ayer has their own stories and experiences. All these stories can be seen written in their wrinkle and sullen faces. Their eyes seem tired and as if they have witnessed many up and downs throughout their life. Some of them have no family or relatives. Some of them are distant away from their family. Some of them do not even know whether their families are still alive. Most of them came all the way from China, coming here to earn a living so that they can send all their hard earned money aboard to their loved ones so that they can have a better life. Some elderly longed to go back to their homeland and spend the rest of their remaining life but some choose to come back. Perhaps, they had met disappointment at their homeland which we never know. They may seem happy on the surface, but deep in their hearts, who knows how many disappointments, regrets and setbacks they have suffered. These are the things which we volunteers can’t apprehend. The only things that we volunteers can do is to provide accompany, care and happiness to these ah gong and ah ma. The lesson that we volunteers can learn from here is… to cherish your loved ones, family and friends.

Exercise 2 Copy
Ah Gong and Ah Ma doing hand exercise with Yakult Bottles

Clapping Exercise
Hand Clapping and Palm Exercise

Home Visiting
Home Visitation… Ah Po… Nei Di Chu Bo? (Are you at home?)

On 22nd June 2008, some of the angles (Uncle Song, SK, Shu Hua, Jin Xiong, Mei Kuen, Doris, Stuart, Uncle James, Wendy, her friend Shen Yu and me) went to assist an outing conducted by ESN for All Saints Home Hougang. Due to the bad weather, we went to Changi Airport Terminal 3 instead of the usual itinerary at Hort Park. Despite the bad weather, the spirit of volunteerism never ceased. The volunteers and elderly had a wonderful time at T3. They had a tour around T3, followed by songs, games and prizes conducted by volunteers. We even met David and Kathy (ex Moral Angels) at T3 and they even got their lovable children to perform 2 songs for the elderly. So sweet!!!.. :)

On 21st June 2008, SK, Sharon, Rico, Uncle Meng Huat and I were at Christalite Methodist Home to help out in the breakfast. Well, due to the increase in the number of residents at CMH, the breakfast was not enough for the residents at CMH. We might organize a similar ‘Ge Tai’ and ‘Auction’ at CMH during their National Day Parade.

Back at the Moral Home, SK and Jojo had started out the salt bottles with the elderly. Sharon, Uncle Song, Rico and Christina as usual went around the home doing befriending and running errands. Mei Kuen and Uncle Meng Huat were playing mahjong with the elderly. Uncle Poh Yan and Shu Hua were conducting the games activities with the elderly. Uncle Song conducted the card game which was subsequently taken over by Christina. Uncle James and Auntie Jane were there as well befriending with the elderly.

Nothing special going on at the home except that engines started to warm up for the 10th Year Anniversary. Exhibition Committee, I think we have to meet up next Saturday morning to get materials from Bras Basah. Auntie Mona, when will you be free? Ping Sing, Uncle Sam, Shu Hua, Ah Xian and Jojo – we might need your help in doing write-ups. Will brief you guys more next Saturday.

All in all, I had visited 4 different agencies (Christalite Methodist Home, Moral Home, All Saints Home Hougang and Kreta Ayer) within 5 days, without me even realizing it. To me, it had been a hectic but yet rewarding, fulfilling and meaningful 5 days. Each individual agency has given me different kinds of experiences, thoughts and feelings and these are priceless. These feelings are genuine and indescribeable. It feels good and warmth in the heart and at the same time, feeling a sense of calmness and peace. (I also don’t know why??) These experiences have provided me with valuable lessons which allow me to look at life in a different manner and perspective. Therefore, I strongly encourage volunteers to go and venture other types of volunteerism. (at your own discretion… :))

For those who have being to Kreta Ayer, Christalite Methodist Home, All Saints Home Hougang or any other beneficiaries, we encourage you to share your thoughts and feelings with fellow volunteers and peers and impact them with your volunteering experience.

Cheers
Quan

P.S. Remember must come back moral home otherwise VL will kill me.
Once a moral angel, always a moral angel. :)

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  • Moral Angels Weekly Flash 140608

    Weekly Flash 14/06/08

    14/06/08 Saturday

    Rico: Thanks Gary for taking up the precious opportunity to write the weekly flash!

    Gary: Hey but I don’t have internet access at home, so may take a longer time hor!

    Rico: No problem! As last week flash on the dumpling celebration is under construction yet! Our dear senior Ping Sing is still figuring her ABCs…

    (Meanwhile, Gary is fooling around, pretending…..hoping some kind angels would take over the job :.)

    18/06/08 Wednesday

    Rico: Hi babe, please remind our Gary to surrender the weekly flash. ?

    Yen:  *think think* aiyoh better remind Gary to faster write… or else later he got no time to finish it man…

    19/06/08 Thursday

    Gary: AVL, need help, I know it is a bit late, is it possible to get some1 to do the flash. I’m very busy and not in good condition.

    Rico: Want to die immediately huh? Guess we just have to take over ya? U owe us 2 flashes then! Take care you! : P

    In Rico’s mind: Wah liao ai! Trying to be funny huh?? Not in good condition?? Think you are electric appliances ah?? Spoilt huh?? Geeze! Ok la, AVLs will take over! 😀 

    Rico: Gosh!! What has happened last Saturday? Who were there?

    Yen: well, well let me see, ya… as usual early bird Uncle Song was there with Aunty Molly’s yummy pumpkin cake for the elderly as snacks. And the other angels present were gary la, ah Xian la, ah Hua la, SK la, VL Sharon la, JinXiong la, Poh Yan and his chio chio colleague-June and her friend Eleanor, Eleanor’s daughter-Nina and Eleanor’s son-Ricci =D

    Rico: Look! Shuhua is under mental tortured by uncle john, playing the “dumb”…think that will be her first and the last time??? Haha…: P Oh another ah ‘gong’ (jinxing) at the other corner, playing the Chinese Chess with an ah kong.VL Sharon walks out of the room and heads towards the AVLs…

    Sharon: AVLs never set good examples ah! “???!!!!!!”… always never wear your angel’s tag!! Quick ah, faster go wear!

    AVLs Rico and Yen walks hurriedly back to the room to collect and distribute the tags… (Moral of the story: PLEASE WEAR YOUR ANGEL’s TAG ah!!!)

    Rico: it’s almost 4pm already; shall we start our sing-a-long session?

    In Rico’s mind, faster finish singing la, I want to eat the PUMPKIN cake!! (Drools, drools and drools).

    Yen: ya, ya, can start cos the elderly also tired already…but hor, busy bodied Yong and lazy Jojo not around today lehz..

    Rico: *look towards the gambling table* Ey eye y Gary, go and sing la !! Don’t sit here and play poker!! Faster go away la cos I want to take over the Banker seat and wipe out all the chips from the ah gongs and ah mas with my BAN LAT, BAN BAN and ‘5 dragons’…..

    Yen: Hahaha… Are you sure you can… don’t get wipe clean by the elderly hor! Or else Moral Angel’s gambling den will have to cease operations with immediate effect man… and by then our banker, Song will have to be out of job! He will be “KUI SIM” (heartbroken) and the elderly will also be KUI SIM (happy)

    Soon after, June and Eleanor entertained the elderly with the lovely voices while angels were at the floor moving their bodies and the musical instruments.

    Rico: Wow!! Oh, while Poh Yan”s girlfriends are entertaining our elderly, some of the angels were rotting inside the volunteers” room, playing with the colorful salt, getting prepared for the elderly to work on the salt bottles next week!! 

    Yen: Wow the session is finally over… feeding time for volunteers!

    Sharon: Hey, AVL! Go cut the pumpkin cake leh, very hungry…

    Rico: Come angels, go wash your hand and go into the volunteer room. Pumpkin cake cut and waiting for you!!

    In Rico’s mind-Waa! The AVLs’ job is not easy leh, clean the room, vacuum the floor, wipe the table, and serve the angels, some more now write the flash for ‘not in good condition’ Gary…: P

    Yen: So, what’s the Moral of the Flash??? Appreciate the AVLs and the VL! J

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  • Dumpling Festival 2008

    Finally… I got the time to sit down and write the weekly flash. So sorry to delay the entertainment ya :)

    It was a very special day, as we were celebrating the dumpling festival at Moral Home. Most of the Angels fall in around 1.30pm, and everyone were busy preparing for the celebration:

    – Our deco teams Shu Hua and Ah Xian were busy putting out the deco: Dragon boat pictures (recycles for many years), paddle, fishes etc with the help of Poh Yan and Jin Xiong.

    – Games committee Hui Quan started doing the last minutes gift wrapping, after showing his beloved grandma and aunts around the home (while the 3 ladies were looking for a suitable granddaughter –in- law :)). Our guest visitor Shermaine volunteered herself with the gift wrapping, thanks ya..

    – Over the small corner of the hall, you could hear the laughter of our MC Rico and Jin Xiong while they were rehearsing the skit for the “Origin of Dumpling Festival”, as Xing Jian (the Chinese Teacher) needs to ensure nothing but the truth of the story.

    – Our talented Jojo was looking through the CD, tried to fill in the gap for the performance slots as ‘Ah Yong’, the original singer, was down with fever and resting at home (Hope you feel better now ya). While I was figuring how to operate the sound system, my lucky star – Stuart appeared, (quickly pushed the responsibility to him). Then I could join the crazy MC to discuss the crazy skit re the ‘Qu Yuan’ :)

    – The smell of Dumpling draws me to the kitchen, while Doris, Christina, and Aunty Molly brought in the ‘Bak Zhang’, look yummy licious. Thanks ya.. I know that Aunty Molly was up at 5am in the morning, just to prepare the ‘Bak Zhang’ for the elderly, your volunteer spirit is something that we always look up to. Thanks to Doris and Christina for helping Aunty Molly with the wrapping in the morning as well. Also not forgetting our super flexible Driver – Song for delivering the dumpling J Distance always not a problem to him, thanks for the sacrificial heart.

    Slowly, the nurses brought down our dear Ah Kong and Ah Ma, and they eagerly anticipated…not knowing what we are up to :)

    At 2.30pm…

    The ‘Bak Zhang’ was served.. you can see the joy in the elderly face as they enjoying the special high class Bak Zhnag that made with Japanese Rice, pork, mushroom, and lots of love and careJ You can’t find it anywhere, only at Moral Home.. only by Aunty Molly..

    At 3pm…

    The program started, by me introducing the ever most famous MC – ‘Siau Chay Boa-Rico’ and ‘Siau Tar Bor-Jin Xiong’… Their lively styles really lighten up the whole place, you could hear laughter from all over the place. Then, the short skit began with our narrator- Xing Jian….Qu Yuan acted by Jin Xiong and ‘Pin Ming’ by Rico and Ping Sing. Not sure wheather the story was correct or not, but Qu Yuan did jump down from the chair and stoned by the ‘Bak Zhang’ :)

    At 3.15pm..

    The performance began with the song ‘Shio Bak Zhang’, no one actually knew how to sing the song.. then Stuart and Jin Xiong took over the mic and felt so relieved when it’s over :)

    Jojo and me performed the song – ‘xiao Sa zo Yi hui’, followed by our F4 (Uncle Loi, Sam, Stuart and Jin Xiong), they sang their ‘Cheng Ming Qu’- Zhen Xin Ying Xiong. Then Jojo and me took over the mic again, performed another song ‘Zhen xin zhen yi guo yi sheng’. Althogh we were not really prepared for it, thanks all the angels for cheering the Ah Kong Ah Ma up..

    At 3.45pm..

    The dragon boat’s race between SK and HQ began.. with the help of 6 Ah Kong and Ah Ma in each team, we were cheering our heart out while seeing the dragon boat being pulled from one end to another.. .quick quick quick… jia you jia you jia you… finally SK’s boat won the race!!!! 3 cheers to the Ah Kong and Ah Ma that help to win the race

    HQ.. don’t be sad.. although your boat was torn at the first round.. it still survived till the end :) Moral of the story.. built a stronger boat or get a smaller racer :)

    At 4pm..

    The hall was filled with the beautiful music that performed by Alexandra and the teams. They were so professional with the various musical instruments.. our mind followed the flow of the music..up up up to the hill… down down down to the sea.. flying like a bird and free from the cage, one of the Moral Angel and Ah Ma even began to dance :)

    My favoriate one was ‘Da Chang Jin’.. just beautifully played. Thanks Alexandra and the teams, I know that it’s challenging to combine all the various music instrument together, and you guys had done a great job. By the way, they had signed a 10 years contract with Moral Angles, so please remember to ask them to perform at our next event ya :)

    At 4.30pm..

    The gangster Ah Tao- Sam, conducted the Bingo games. You could hear him shouting out the number, as the Ah Kong Ah Ma searching the number on their bingo card. ‘Ai Xia Mi Ho Ma??!!!…’ ‘No 6.. No 7.. No 21..No 16..’ , the spirit was high, Angels were runing around to help the Ah Kong Ah Ma with their bingo card, elderly were waiting for the last number to be called… And.. you hear “Bingo”, “Bingo”, “Bingo”.. wow.. so many bingo at one time.. we were runing out of prizes. Last minutes, HQ took all the 3 in 1 drink in the volunteer room and gave it out as a prize…wow such an exciting game. Thanks our gangster Ah Tao for making it so fun for the elderly as well as the Angels :)

    At 5pm..

    The Finale singing session led by Jojo and HQ. They performed 3 oldies: “Zhi lan zhi pua’, ‘Lu Bian de yeh hua bu yau chai’, and ‘Ai pia jia e yang’. I found some of the ah kong knew the song, and sang along with them. We should seriously thinking of forming a Ah Kong Ah Ma Superband ya.. :)

    At 5.15pm..

    The program ended. And… dinner time… yeah..

    Ah Kong Ah Ma enjoyed their dinner with the karaoke performed by Uncle Loi, Jojo and Stuart. Christina prepared the yummy dessert – almond jelly cocktail and watermelon. Taste heavenly. Thanks for the hard work that you had put in.. tell you secretly huh.. I had 2 bowls of it lei :)

    Thanks everyone for helping out in any small ways… taking the photo (Poh yan), filming the video (Ah Kiat), cheering the elderly (Sharon, Mona, and the two young girls—sorry forgot your name), decorating the place (Shu Hua, Ah Xian), making the food (Christina, Aunty Molly, Doris), conducting the games (Hui Quan, Sam, Ah Xian-doing the bingo card), performing (Jojo, Stuart, uncle Loi, Sam, Alexandra and gangs, Hui Quan, Jin Xiong).. And lots and lots more… Please forgive me if I forgot to mention your name, but I believe the elderly had felt your love…

    Good Job Everyone… 3 Cheers to You…

    Love,

    Ice Cream

    Moral Angels Weekly Flash 310508

    31th May was a special day…

    for the Moral Angels as this was the “opening day” of our Moral Angels’ Kopi Roti Corner/Café, where our multi-talented angels took on the various F& B roles to serve our Ah-gong Ah-mas their afternoon tea…So without much further ado, let me your dietitian-angel give you a special “nutritional analysis” of the day’s event! =)

    “Source of energy”:

    Needless to say, our angels are the greatest source of energy, always so full of life and zeal! And today, we are super “lively” as we have a large turnout of volunteers. Firstly, we have our Café Towkay – Hui Quan (who has designed the menu with mouthwatering pictures). Together with Uncle Song and Jin Xiong’s help, they came early to buy all the ingredients and Jin Xiong has generously sponsored the tuna and peanut butter! (Keep up the benevolent spirit! =p). Then with extra help from Stuart, Doris, Hui Quan’s cousin (Rina Teo) and Towkay-neo Rico ‘Lee’ =p, they “build” the café at the dining area swiftly before the auspicious opening time (~1.45pm), where our customers (Ah gongs Ah mas) start coming in for their afternoon tea.

    “Source of carbohydrate”:

    Brenden is our baker who helps to toast the breads to golden brown…though we have also spotted some that has turned chao ta and carcinogenic!

    “Source of protein”:

    Jojo was making the tuna sandwich. Though this is the most nutritious item on the menu, the demand is so low that we had many cans of tuna left. Half-boiled eggs were supposed to be served by Mei Kuen, but unfortunately, the hens have all gone on strike the past few days, so we made do without it. =p

    “Source of fat”:

    As what I always hear, fatty food are the one that taste good!..True enough, kaya toast is the most popular among the elderly, followed by the butter toast and the peanut butter toast.. Rico and I who were making them wished we had multiple hands like Guan Yin to meet the overwhelming orders!.. Business is so good that we even had orders of the kaya and peanut butter toasts to be delivered to the Ah-gong Ah-mas upstairs.

    “Source of caffeine”:

    Our Kopi/Tea sohs – Sharon and Doris… I guess there’s no scalding incident this time as moral angels are fast learners…No more Kopi-boy or Kopi-Ah-Pek around to distract the kopi-sohs this time! Haha.. =)

    “Source of vitamins and minerals” (all others without whom the event will not been made possible):

    Uncle Song, Hui Quan and cousin Rina, who were taking orders from our Ah-gong Ah-mas…Our Waiter & Waitresses-Jin Xiong, SK, Uncle Sam, Mei Kuen, Desmond, Hui Hsien, Poh Yan and also Poh Yan’s colleagues (Frank, Fiona, Tock Siong and Hwee Peng – A BIG thank you for coming to help out). Without u all, our elderly will be left hungry at the table and drooling over the aroma of the toasted bread…Our Moral Angel idol, Uncle Loi also provided some “cafe lounge music” while our Ah-gong Ah-mas enjoy their afternoon tea…Last but not least, as “a picture says a thousand words” we have Stuart to capture all these invaluable candid moments for us to reminisce in the future…

    Is that all for the day!?…… Of course not!!! Cos the day is still young!…its only 2.30pm!

    So, the all time-favourite moral gambling den resume its business…with the usual mahjong game and an underaged banker, Brenden manning the blackjack game (lucky no police around =p)…Mei Kuen took on the challenge with Uncle John in the checkers games. Not sure what’s the outcome?!…Maybe I should try one day? =) Sam, Uncle Song and Rico also resume their roles of befriending the elderly and running errands for them.

    Meanwhile, the other Ah-gong Ah-mas were entertained by Stuart, Uncle Loi and PohYan’s colleagues’ melodious medley of romantic oldies and pop songs while

    JinXiong, Hui Quan, Rina, Doris, SK, Ah Xian and I were having fun in the volunteers’ room painting and decorating the dragon boats with toy figurines as the rowers, for the dumpling festival’s game this sat… By the way, one of our angel turned “gila” and he proudly disfigured one of the toy figurine’s expression into something that look like SK! …What a nightmare!!…Luckily we got our “plastic surgeon” Doris to perform a major surgery to restore the cute expression back! What a relief!! Else our Ah Gong Ah Mas will probably be scared off to play the game after seeing it! =)

    At 4pm, we had a special guest performance by Hui Quan’s sweet cousin, Rina who mesmerised our Ah-gong Ah-Mas and the angels with her beautiful singing, accompanied by Hui Quan’s dashing guitar playing.. . This harmonious recital made our Mrs Lee so “green with envy” that she can’t wait to get up the stage to sing with her honey! =)… Soon after, dinner was served while the angels (Jo, Stuart, Doris and finally Mrs Lee?) continued their singing happily with the live guitar accompaniment by Hui Quan…

    Postscript:

    31 May is also a very special day for me… (For those who don’t know, it was my birthday.) A BIG thank you from the bottom of my heart to VL Sharon (the “mastermind”), Hui Quan (for buying me the birthday cake…I still don’t understand why you bought 3?!), JinXiong (for the coffee), Jojo and Ah Xian for the surprise belated birthday celebration on Sunday, after our ESN course, to add to my birthday memories…

    Though one may feel what a boring birthday weekend I had, all revolving volunteer work.. But I don’t feel so, as I felt that this is the first birthday that I spent so meaningfully…As Confucius said, “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step” – I’m really happy to have taken this step to become a volunteer. You may not have realized, but some of you angels have really influenced me. It is the first time I felt like… to really sit back and think of what I really want to do rather than what I need to do… Volunteering has given me a new perspective of life and gets me out of the trivialities and routines of everyday life which I’m so sick of now. Now my favourite day of the week is SATURDAY! =p … Last but DEFINITELY NOT least, it’s also through volunteering that I get the chance to meet and make such priceless true friendship with you angels!…Love you all, Moral Angels!

    Thanks for enduring my long-winded & emotional birthday entry,

    With xx & oo, Ah Hua

    Suggestions to improve our kopi roti corner

    1) Unfortunately, our café corner‘s “feng shui” isn’t very ideal so we gotta shift to another prime location that is more spacious and with a smoother workflow layout next time.

    2) To number the dining tables and the order chit correspondingly for easier identification and to minimize confusion in the orders.

    3) To assign a person to be overall-in-charge to oversee the event. He/She may also do some quality check the food.

    4) For the food, it is recommended to cut up the tuna sandwich as the filling is too hot and our ah gong ah mas may get burned from eating it.

    Last but not least,

    All angels are reminded to reach Moral Home by 2pm this Saturday, 7th June 2008 for our dumpling festival celebration (Program as follows). Remember to wear your YELLOW T-SHIRT. See you guys then!!!

    The Dumpling Festival Program :-

    14.30-15.00: Mobilization

    15.00-15.30: Welcome Address and serving of dumplings & tea

    15.30-15.45: Part 1 Performance :- 1. shio bak zhang, 2. song by charlie yong, 3. semi indian dance by Jo

    15.45-16.00: Game 1: Dragon boat by HQ

    16.00-16.15: Part 2 Performance :- Musical instruments by Alexandra and friends

    16.15-16.30: Game 2: Bingo by HQ

    16.30-16.45: Sing-a-long session by Moral Angels (Jo to think of 3 songs, HQ to play the guitar)

    16.45:            Dinner Time (we will add watermelon and almond jelly cocktail for the dinner)

     

    Cheers,

    Shu Hua

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