Saturday, November 14, 2009

It Was A Day Full Of Vibrancy and Excitement

For the first time, St Michael's organised the first Rubik's Cube competition, which witnessed a big group of multi-talented students pitching enthusiastically against one another for the top three places. We were greatly perplexed but at the same time astonished to see usually quiet students in class- ones that seldom take part in class discussions or being passive at times- were able to work wonders  in solving that cube with such amazing skills.

Category Two Final


A Successful Endeavour


A Focussed Chok Heng Nian

caption: Dicky Lau, quiet in class but his talent and solving skills changed the way teachers and his friends look at him.  


The feedbacks from students, even from the morning sessions, were full of praises. "It is a platform for pupils to demonstrate their talents. They spent months to master the skills and speed, at least the competition allows them to test what they have in store", said a Form Five boy.
St Michael's deserves our respect. It knows how to balance between study and play. Even a day for the students to mingle and express in this way is going to be our topic of discussion for days to come.




Clash of the Titans: Chief Judge Fourth Former Wong Jing Siong and Foo Wei Jien demonstrating.

Wong scrambling the cubes before the competition.


List of Winners

Category One
First: Cheong Teng Fung
Second: Stanley Liew
Third: Lee Weng Jun

Category Two
First: Lee Weng Phong
Second: Cho Tze Weng
Third: Alex Ng Kah Mum

1 comment:

Henry Yew said...

It's good to see Michaelians engaging in such mentally healthy activities.

Sincerely,
Henry G.Z. Yew
(Form 5Sc1 Year 2005)
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