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Hep..hep hoooray

1nita Carnival was such a success...Congratulations to all...and hep hep hoooray to me..I brought back laptop (Yeszzz, yesss I desperately need one) and domain for littlesyam.my free for 2 years for won the 4th best participant...Thanks to all that help to make it happened....mmmmmwaaahhhh
hello..adopt me please:)

with amazing women Datuk Noraini Ahmad

4th & 3rd place...yeaaayyyyyy

With Deputy Minister of MOSTI Tuan Haji Fadillah bin Haji Yusof


I will share more story and picture soon, for the time being I need to concentrate to my major graphic job that need to be submitted by end of the day tomorrow...And I just started:(

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