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LittleSyam Book Binding Workshop 6- Day 1

Hello all...

How was your Saturday? I am occupied with my LittleSyam Book Binding Workshop 6. I love it and am so grateful to be able to meet up with so many wonderful people so far. Different background with the same common passion. I wont be able to tell which workshop is the best.. all are fun in its own way, where I personally feel emotionally connected with each of them in different way. I been teaching and it has become a learning curve to me too. They are amongst the best people I've ever known, genuinely interested to learn the skill.

8 peeps joining my workshop this time: 

Cindy / Event&PR 
Jan / HR Manager
Cheryl / Graduate
Rita / Marketing & Sales
Yin Sze / Internet Banking
Pei Chuey / Flavourist
Eva / Graphic Designer
Sook Mei / Trading Firm
Sweet Rita..working very hard. She used to be my client.. Thanks for your support dear:)
Mother & Daughter > Jan & Cheryl

Some have art and craft background and some with attention to learn a skill as a plus point. I am happy to look at Jan (mother) & Cheryl(daughter).. whereby by attending the workshop they could spend their time together, learning this skill as a mother's day gift from a daughter. How sweet....

Top & right: Cindy, Pi Chuey, Eva
Bottom: Pei Chuey & Yin Sze

I felt touched when learning this skill was like a sentimental value to Pei Chuey as a remembrance of her late father. It gave such a greater meaning to me personally rather than just passing a skill.

I had a wonderful time, everything just perfect even the rain that fell so heavily at the end of class.

love//syam


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