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MCSS - Derma Collaboration Programme..

It had been a really tiring week..Everybody in DERMA was busy preparing for the visit of Mahavajiravudh Changwat Songkhla School from Thailand..Although they stayed here for only 2 days and 1 night, all of us had a great time meeting new friends and making sweet memories..
Saturday evening : A visit to the Royal Gallery..

Dgn 2 bodyguardku yang gagah perkasa..
Izwan n Naim..^^,

The teachers from MCSS..
Both of them teach English..

That nite, time for the cultural show..
Alhamdulillah, our choral speaking ran smoothly..
Thanks to Tcr Saniah, Tcr Azalia, Tcr Leen,Tcr Isma, Tcr Zuhailah n Mr Saiful Munir..

My dear sista yg cumil2 belaka..

Dgn Kak Mieda kat Gua Kelam..
Lamanyaa x mai sini..
Siap main air lagi..

Susi n Sis Jia Ying..
Careful dowh..

Ben showing off his skills in making roti jala..

Makan sokmo2..

Sob n Chilat!

Me n Nut..

Wif my partner, Foon..

Alhamdulillah, everything went smoothly from the start til the end..
Kudos to all who are involved in this programme!
To all Mahavajiravudhians, wait for us next year!


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