Monday, July 9, 2007

Class of 64 Library Review

Since the Class of 64 Library is now officially opened, me and some of my classmates visited it.

The outside seems very classy, so inside shouldn't be any different.

We also have to take off our shoes to get inside.

We chose not to go to the school's canteen just to visit the library.

We spent our whole recess time in the library!

The Class of 64 Library serves more as a gallery of His Majesty's achievements and official visits rather than a library.

They even got banners that can move. Wow. (Banners not moving in the picture)

At the center of the Class of 64 Library, there is this huge table (picture) with chairs surrounding it, making the place like a meeting room.

Anyone from the school are welcomed to visit, the librarians are even more than happy when more students visit.

The library looks much more classy than an office.

The 3 computers in the library are readily-available for use, but I'm not sure whether it's free of charge.

The good thing is, you can bring your laptop to the library and access the internet using the wireless connection provided by the library.

If not mistaken, the wireless connection extends up to 100 metres. So by just staying in the classroom, we got internet access! Hurray!

The library is really really clean and tidy. It's really hard to imagine that the old and used-to-be book store has now turned into an expensive and highly luxurious library.

The library certainly makes me want to visit it everyday during recess. The red sofas reminds me of the red sofas provided at HSBC.

The place was also very cold and yet, very relaxing.

The bad thing about this is that I only have several months left to go until I have to bid this newly renovated high-class library a farewell.

At the left corner of the library, there are 3 photo albums of His Majesty making official visits to several places. There are also pictures of His Majesty visiting Chung Hwa Middle School back in 2002, when I was still only in Primary 6.

Then, looking right, there is this oval-shaped room.

It's oval shaped yo!

There's even plasma TV in it!

From my point of view, the whole oval-shaped room looks like somewhere you can have karaoke? Have fun disco? Or maybe a place to play a DDR game?

Heck, it's so multipurpose! Lol

On the wall, there are pictures showing His Majesty from as early as 1967 until year 2007, that is this year. All in sequence mode.

Elsewhere, the REAL library, just beside the Class of 64 Library, is sooooooo quiet.

Notice our PE teacher reading the newspaper in this picture above.

I suppose this library would be where we'll have our upcoming English Oral Exam.

Two years ago, this place was used for our PMB English Oral Exam. So this year should be the same right?

Finally, a group photo of all of us who visited the Class of 64 Library.

NOTE: I'm the only one who did NOT wear the school tie. I left it in my school bag at class, I just couldn't let them wait for me to go get my school tie right?

The End..

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