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Craft Workshop at Krafest:)

We had our craft workshop last Saturday and I am conducting the Japanese Stab Binding for morning slot with the help from Sweii & Lina, whereby the afternoon slot it was Lina's turn to conduct the wire work workshop and Sweii and me are giving our hand. All went smooth… The response was so over whelming:) me, Lina & Sweii had such a great time!

Few familiar faces came to give support Lei Ching, Philip, Adou, Dennis, Fin, Mike, Sam, CK, Razell, Michelle, Ivian. They are all my anak2 and I felt touched that they had shown up…

Thank you so much to all of you that had came and spent your precious Saturday, having fun making craft. The workshop was a way to share a skill and for us to have some interaction… and I hope all of you had a good time:)


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