Thursday, February 20, 2014
The boys who put up the decorations for that Chinese New Year atmosphere..it was worth the efforts! Welcoming the year of the Horse.
Look how hard they work..at least to play a part in preserving the Chinese New Year tradition at St Michael's Ipoh.
The emergence of the lion excites the students.
The teachers too joined in the celebrations
The school administrators were equally thrilled when a lion approached them. The Principal, as the Head of the institution, was presented with a gift.
"GONG XI FA CAI"
Posted by Peter Khiew at 2/20/2014 11:21:00 PM
The Michaelian Run was held on February 8, 2014, attended by some 1000 Michaelians who completed the race in such a joyous mood. As I mentioned on Tweeter @peterkhiew, it was not to see who won the race but to "cross the country" in one big Michaelian family. Some walked and some ran but it was to finish the race that gave the students a sense of satisfaction and achievement.
At the end of the race, everyone was a winner, and that made the Run historic. We thank Dato' Brother Vincent Corkery, PIBG chairman Mr Joseph Michael Lee, Mr Andrew Leong, Mr Anthony Lourdes for joining in the fun. It was a run meaningful for all.
The date coincided with the Ninth Day of the Chinese New Year which was the New Year for the Hokkien community. When it was announced that the Michaelian Run day was also the birthday of the principal (who is also a Hokkien) of St Michael's Institution, Ipoh, the participants and teachers roared with excitement. The birthday song was sung for Madam Loh by the 1000-strong Michaelians!
Cheers from us at SMI.
Posted by Peter Khiew at 2/20/2014 10:48:00 PM
Thursday, February 06, 2014
Calling Michaelians , young and old. February 8, 2014
St Michael's much awaited event, MICHAELIAN RUN, is on this Saturday at 7.30am. Registration for old boys starts at 7.20am at the school field. Everyone still has the time for last minute tuning to make an impact this weekend.
Posted by Peter Khiew at 2/06/2014 03:11:00 PM