sounds like a primary school composition title. my my, if i had a day like today when i was still in primary school, i would've scored full marks!
the day started with waking up to bake cupcakes for students of the Down Syndrome Association (DSA), which is Yes 933's adopted charity for 2009. i took a little risk and experimented with a self-derived recipe...which worked out pretty good! am glad and thank God for the success. oh but i did run out of eggs at home and had to rush out to get some...
arrived at DSA and got to know some really affectionate and fun people there, both students and teachers. had a good time chatting with them.
Fahrenheit arrived for the meet and greet session with DSA students. teamed up with Wu Zun, Amos (teacher) and 4 other students for a group game: using materials provided, we were supposed to dress one student up as a super hero. our team's hero was a sword and shield wielding Superman! Wu Zun and Amos were very creative and came up with more and more gadgets for Superman...and i crafted an aluminium foil helmet with 2 straws for antenna. haha.
arrival of Jackie Chan and Daniel Wu at Yes 933's studio for an interview, in conjunction with their latest action blockbuster, Shinjuku Incident. the mood was bright and breezy as Da Ge (Jackie) and Daniel were all smiles. interview went well, Da Ge and Daniel were both happy to share their movie experiences and thoughts. they were super nice! and i got to take a picture with them!!
(am still star struck at time of entry)
Fahrenheit arrived at our studio for an interview, and also a video recording...during which they wrecked havoc on my face..... -_- if u wanna find out what they did, tune in to Way Too Fun, Saturday 10 to 11pm, on Yes 93.3FM.
and that, my dear friends, concludes my excitingly eventful and rewardingly tiring day. :) am very grateful for a day like this.