I really love company activities. Aside from the free food, we get to meet and interact with other members of our division. Cheers celebration is what our company calls gatherings of the different divisions of our company.
A while ago, we had games and food. We won in all the games that we joined. Here are some photos of the event. These photos were taken by the Cheers organizer, Lay Kheng.
These were the game prizes!
Food spread, Yumm!
Nice concept of raffle draw. Each heart corresponds to a name
These were my team mates during the games. I was the only girl.
L-R: Sarath, Me, JayR, Kim and Jude
I really enjoyed the Cheers! Hopefully our coming Cheers will be this fun!
While in queue for the food
Yup that’s me in the pingpong ball relay! Wa poise!
Took some snaps of the Chinese Celebration at my office (photos in Polaroid effect). We really know how to celebrate. Too bad I didn’t win any prizes in the lucky draw. Oh well, next year again.
Here are some photos from the official photographer.
I never really knew that Chinese New Year is a big deal to countries like Singapore. Well, majority of Singapore’s population comprises of people from mainland China. So naturally, Chinese New Year is a big deal to them.
Last Saturday, Doms and I went to Chinatown just to see the food stalls and decorations that they have for the coming year of the dragon. The place was so jam-packed! I had to push among the crowded streets just to see the store that sells white blouses.
I haven’t uploaded my photos from that adventure. I’ll do it tonight.
Anyway, we saw these jars of Chinese goodies in our office pantry after lunch. We were surprised to see the wide variety of cookies and tarts that “they” want us to eat. Good for me I love the pineapple tarts!
Bottom Container on the left, MINE!!!
Merry Christmas everyone! The year went by fast and I’m in the good mood to greet everyone a happy holidays!
This picture was taken in the gigantic tree of the Marina Bay Sands Shoppes. I really like this picture!
Anyway, here’s a sneak peek of what we did during the holidays.
Christmas Eve, 24 December 2011, we went to the house of Efren et al to have a “semi formal” Noche Buena Dinner. Check out the food that we ate:
Yes, we ate a lot! The menu consists of my Baked Salmon, Fruit Salad with Corns, Efren’s Stuffed Mushrooms, Chicken Wrapped in Pita, Cecil’s Sweet Spaghetti, Virjerry’s Lettuce Tacos and IKEA Meat Balls, Jame’s Salad with Goat Cheese and Max’s Style Chicken and the Ivy’s Cordon bleu and BBQ ribs. I was so full! I had a hard time sleeping because I think my stomach was tired of digesting all the food that I ate. We did some singing and played bingo!
On the day of Christmas itself, we went to the house of JB an Loraine.
We ate Shrimp Aglio Olio, Cereal Prawn, Pata tim, Liempo and Fried Chicken.
We really enjoyed our holidays! 2011 really is a memorable year for me and I won’t forget the happenings and the roller coaster of emotions that I felt in this year.
More pictures to follow!
I know, my relatives in the Salazar side did had a great time last night. I have a pamangkin who turned 16 and his party was a Halloween party theme. So, my equally excited relatives all dressed up for the party. My family just wore orange shirts and brought masks.
My Mom and Dad: The Before and After Photos.. Not much of a difference..
Look how cute my pamangkin Chelsea is! She wore a penguin costume!
Oh my! My Titas and my Mom thjink they are the spice girls!
This is Renzo my pamangkin who turned 16. That's my bother inthe backgorund. The two ladies (my pamangkin Ivy and cousin Ate Arlene) really creeped me out!