Saturday, February 07, 2009

Piasau 100 CNY Open House

07 Feb 2007: It has become a tradition for our MD to have his annual open house at Piasau 100.

Arrival of VIPs - well, politicians. They were greeted by the Lion Dance troupe from Miri Wushu Association.

Traditional Chinese music ...

They played beautifully!

Then the drum performance by the Wushu Association.

A Native Dance ...

Girls from Chung Hua Secondary School presented their dance...


Lion Dance performance ...

The organising committee. A job well done!
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6 comments:

flower said...

wil, my hubby did not tell me about MD was holding open house til last night. If i knew earlier, "mesti pergi". We had Sarawak Assets family dinner at parkcity. MD must be very tiring. Angpow Vouchers were given to children for those who joined the games. It was fun.

William said...

Hi flower... nice to see you back with comment! I think there are less people this year compared to last year. As for food, this year must be the best ever!
Oh, so your hubby is working for Sarawak Assets!?

flower said...

oh really, i missed the chance for not visiting and missed the food loh. food catering from where ah, so nice har. yea my hubby with operation.

William said...

Flower: Not sure who did the catering. But definitely better than previous years.

RW FINE ART said...

that's not "A traditional Iban Dance". the headgear, the jaket, the shild & the "malat" (parang) and the moves -- the dance itself is belongs to the kayan/kenyah community. the iban has their own moves & dances. Sape tune, the tune to which the dancer danced to is of kayan/kenyah origin.

William said...

RW Fine Art... hahaha... my apologies. I cannot tell the differences! You must be correct! So, I will just call it "The native dance"