Adding a carnival-like atmosphere to the evening were two clowns who created balloon animals and shapes, much to the delight of kids and adults alike.
Just as everyone thought the fun had ended, the organisers arranged a dance competition, aptly called Free Style Dancing. It was hilarious watching the participants come up with their own dance moves and zany antics to the medley of songs played. The winners were determined by the most number of stickers placed on themselves by the audience. It was a close fight between Quality Assurance manager Dr Andy Liew who collected 34 stickers and School of Business and Administration’s Shangetha Silvamony who won the contest with 37 stickers. Prof Wong’s son, Wong Wai Loong, won third prize.
The evening culminated with the Fatt Fatt lucky draw offering four ang pow cash prizes. The 4th prize of RM88 went to Mohd Mukhyiddin Mohd Salleh of General Services and Administration (GSA), while Sandana Dass (GSA)’s daughter-in-law Browenna won the 3rd prize worth RM188. Lady luck continued to smile on GSA when Teh Cheang Ghee’s daughter Teh Sher Lynn had her number drawn for the 2nd prize of RM288. The grand prize of RM388 went to Hazel Lim, Charlene Lim (GSA)’s sister.
Also present at the event, organised by WOU’s Human Resources Department and the Staff Recreational Club, were WEF Director and CEO of Heng Lee Group Loo Choo Teng, his wife Peggy and son Brian.