So basically, earlier today a couple of us bloggers went for the Taylor’s Mass Colympics ’09, including my paintball team, Yakuza! Since Malaysians only read an average of 2 books a year, I’m going to focus on pictures!
Above: Allan Wu was there to give the opening speech and host a mini version of Amazing Race. He’s the brand ambassador for Taylors and the host of the Amazing Race Asia. Allan is so handsome…very man. Seriously. I want a body like his. Feeling very motivated to work out even more now. If you have been paying attention to my photos over the past few weeks, do you notice that I have lost some weight? About 1-2 kg, but it’s a start. The next photo is some students who were forming a human pyramid. They only lasted for about 5 seconds, I was lucky to snap the picture.
That’s some of us that were there, including my paintball Team Yakuza. If you read this blog regularly I think you know who most of these people are. A little friend decided to join in the photo behind my shoulder through the magic of Photoshop.
Michelle from perfectionistarevealed.blogspot.com was there with a cute hat. Joanne Clark‘s choice of accesory is an oriental fan. (Yes, that’s her real name. Sounds like some Englishwoman adventurer, right?) is part of the organizing commitee from ProPassion, a Taylor’s student consultancy.
The tanned and toned lady rockclimbing on the left is Shareena (not sure of the spelling though). Pretty lanky, and after a short chat with her I found out that she joined and qualified for Malaysian Dreamgirl but eventually had to pull out because she had some work (modelling work I presume) in Milan. Phooyo. I think she’ll go far if she pursues that route further. The shot on the right, through the netting is paintball. If you play paintball, although this is a stylish shot, you may note that the player is overly exposed and susceptible to attack. So it is not a good pose to assume. More on the paintball soon.
Lastly, a shot with the hardworking members of ProPassion. From left: Joanne Clark, Darynne Goh, Cheryl Loke. I have only one yellow shirt, and it was a good idea to wear it that day together with prescription sunglasses. It was a hot day.
More to come soon in Part 2 including my rockclimbing session, how Team Yakuza fared, event review, and more eye candy!