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Book Binding Workshop 2nd day...

Here I would like to share some photos from my workshop 4...I had a great time eventhough a bit tired...but workshop is always fun...meet up with mixture of students from all ages...Hoping that they will continue practising the skill. Going to have my next workshop on June..that's the plan for the time being..will see how it goes.

master piece by Desmond
master piece by Kelly

master piece by Kelly, Nadhrah & Ching 
Me, Eita & Eu Geen
Graduated Student 
Hep..hep hoorayyyyyyyyyy

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