Monday, November 24, 2008

ASEAN Thingy

I’m at camp again. The camp has gone regional this time – to the ASEAN region. This is one of the consultancy work we do for one of the telcos in the country. My team was given the task to develop the curriculum, content and learning Portal for the camp. This was in fact the reason for my sleepless nights, splitting headaches, and obviously the extensive growth of gray hair in the past one month. Finally, after sessions and sessions of discussions, it was thumbs up on the curriculum from the client and its organizing partners. (Later, I was informed that my curriculum was presented in cabinet. Woooo…didn’t expect it to go that high level.)

This morning's activity - ice breaking session

The camp which starts today is attended by participants aged between 10 – 14 from the countries in ASEAN. There are about 130 of them, kids and teachers. Looking all bright in their red t-shirts the kids are all ready to explore the world of technology – today and tomorrow.

Logo created by the Malaysian team

To my team, thank you for the all hard work and commitment showed by all. We’ve come this far, there’s no turning back now :)


Ezza Aziz said...

besar nya tanggung jawap you kay,

ada kerja kosong tak kat tempat you!! boleh kurang kan beban you.

By the way ,anak you macamana,semalam ingat nak ziarah,tapi takut sesat dalam bangunan pulak..

Muni Samad said...

The kids look like they are enjoying themselves !

I am sure you will feel sad and melancholy once the camp ends...

kay_leeda said...

Kak Ezza,

Ini lah yang dipertanggung jawabkan kepada saya. Memang tak lena tidor dibuat nyer. Silap design, ajaran sesat jadik nyer..heh..heh. pas tu client pulak...mak oiii, demand gilos!!!

Thank you kerana sudi nak jenguk Faris. Hari ni dia tak berapa sihat pulak, lepas buat biopsy pagi tadi. Adoi...mak nyer pun sama jadik sakit dah ni.

kay_leeda said...

Hai Muni,

It's only the first day and I'm already nak nangis looking at how happy they are when doing the activities. There's one boy from Brunei, so comeeeeelllll. And it was his birthday too today. Lucky kid, he had all 130 other campers singing him the birthday song :)

Just me...Naz said...

Seronok I baca post ni :)
You're doing a good job, girl!!

kay_leeda said...

Hi Naz,

Thank you...thank you (blush..)

Tall order from my management to get the program running well. Kita ni yang menurut perintah...buat je lah :)

tireless mom said...


Selamat kembali Faris, alhamdulillah tak ada apa apa. Gemuk lah hospital dapat revenue from ABE's employer.