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I Wanna Be An EJ!

It’s actually one of the first time I’m gathering all my courage to join a contest like that. I’m not exactly sure what it was in the past that stopped me from submitting my entry, but I’m determined to look past any negative comments (should there be any) and keep improving! Here’s my take!

P/S: The abbreviation EJ actually stands for Environmental Journalist. Channel E, an initiative started by Panasonic Asia aims to advocate the importance of being green and they’re looking for a host to do that so hopefully that’ll be me! :D

Scape Without Borders Pilot Episode

An initiative of *Scape and GRIDMMS, Stage Without Borders is an all-talent competition open to youths under the age of 35 years old. I had the opportunity to host the Pilot Episode on 2nd October at *Scape’s Level 2 Warehouse. I’ve mentioned countless times that hosting and emcee-ing is really something I enjoy doing, but one huge reason why I really enjoy events like these is because of the wonderful people I get to meet along the way. The organisers, the stage crew, the judges and the contestants.

Here are a couple of photos I managed to grab off the Stage Without Borders Facebook page.

Info Vybez

Maressa Zahidah, youtube singing sensation and one of the sweetest girl I met that night.

Jack Froze, magician and cook

Guest performer for the night, Siti Zahidah

Judge’s Choice Winner for SWB Pilot Episode, Kamsani

Winner for SWB Pilot Episode, Fresh Elements!

I’ll also be hosting Stage Without Borders Episode 1, which will be held on 11 December so watch out for it! Do leave a comment!

Nostalgic and Patriotic

So it has been long again.

Quick update here, twitter followers should know, I emcee-ed with one of my Year 2 lecturers, Jason for this year’s Ngee Ann Poly National Day Celebration Concert 2010. Great experience, made me feel exceptionally patriotic this year :b

Emcees, Jason and myself

rah rah-ing! check out the cool LED clappers!

decked in red

All in all, it was really enjoyable. What a way to end off my unofficial last day at school and to get to know lecturers like Ms Hong. Yes, it is almost the end of my poly journey already. it’s been crazy. I just went through a 5 day almost-no-sleep routine and then proceeded into a 17-hour sleep coma.

Soon, in early Oct I’m heading off to an advertising company for internship, but meanwhile there are going to be some exciting things along the way :D

This year has been pretty good to me so far :)