Wednesday, September 10, 2008
EAYLF 2008 - Third Day (continued 2)
So yea, we played some games that night. There was these guys from Makhampom Theatre Group who promotes the development of community projects. They introduced games to us, in order to relieved us.
This group of delegate shows an image of Singapore. The guy at the back is supposedly the Singapore's most famous icon, the Merlion. The 4 girls sitting infront represents the 4 main races of Singapore - Chinese, Indians, Malays, and Eurasians. The other delegates are to interpret the image presented by each group, and tell which country they are presenting.
My group got Laos. We came up with this:
That's the traditional dance of Laos (I think). Since all of us are pretty much clueless about Laos, we made a desperate attempt, and let the two guys at the back represent a random landmark building. We were glad that there was this delegate shouting out claiming that the two guys were representing a temple in Laos. Okay, I guess there is more than just two hands forming a triangle :PUnfortunately, that wasnt the end. We have to perform another image. This time we got Vietnam! Another hard one!
I'm sure no one is able to interpret this. We were presenting an image of harvesting. The Korean guy (I forgot his name) behind Diyana (The Malaysian who wears tudong) represents the cone-shaped hat the Vietnamese always wear during this kind of activities. The two delegates squatting down represents the crops, one of which was about to be chopped of. The two guys on the right are cow and rider respectively.Me and Ben did the desperate attempt that we did previously - the random landmark building.I'll let the pictures do the talking this time. I'm too lazy to explain the rest of the games.
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Ok, That's it for today. I'll try my best to finish up my post on Thailand's EAYLF as soon as possible. I'm as eager as everyone else for Edison's debut entry! :D
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