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Little Syam Book Binding Workshop

I really wanted to held one workshop before 2013. After looking at schedule here I would like to announce new date for my workshop.. Many queries received, but I am not sure what the response like looking at festive season and year end break.
Slot A: 10am-1.30pm & Slot B: 2.30pm - 5.30pm

What I can see is to have small group workshop at our cosy shop at LAPAN. I am overly excited:) So if you interested to join do email me your detail:

Name on certificate:
Website: (if any)

(Slot consider booked only upon payment of unrefundable RM50 deposit to:
Maybank account ; Samsiah Binti Jendol Act no: 164052355030)


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