A monster burst into view, it was none other than the notorious, most-feared-of, terrible Loch Ness Monster, otherwise known as Nessie.
3 brave Scottish warriors saved the day and defeated the monster. And as you may have guessed, the theme of WMS International Understanding Day 2011 is the beautiful country of Scotland, We Scot' the Power!
After our emcees appeared in the most dramatic way, pur Guest of Honour, Mr. James Smith gave us a wonderful insight about Scotland, complete with facts and Scottish jokes, but he was not the only one who shared his knowledge about Scotland. Our Interact Club presented to you our very own Info Boy!
Our emcees, Joanna and Jia En
Later, a few of our Interactors showed our own version of how the Kilt came about and why people wear them. Humorous and witty... the sketch.
Then, we had the most anticipated dance. It told the story of how the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, came about. And it successfully blew people's minds.
Most awesome dance crew! =)
What's an IU day without the thoughts from the man behind the whole event. Our beloved IU director, Chan Jun Shern, gave us more than just a speech, he even performed a song for us. For without him, we could not have made this happen. Thanks to the assistant IU director as well, Brenda Yew :)
And to sum up what was a dessert to the lunch, we had the a performance from the St. John's bagpipe band, and all the Interactors paraded down the isle for the finale.
Thank you all the Interactors who made this event such a huge success and all those who attended and supported our event. We Scot' the Power!!