On 14 March 2010, I went to Penang Chinese Girls’ High School to check out their food fair. It had been quite some time I didn’t visit school organized food fair. In 2006, my school organized a food fair, but I was not there because I went outstation, that’s sad because Chung Ling High School don’t always organise food fair.
When I was Form 4, I attended Convent Datuk Keramat Secondary School food fair, could be said as my first time going to a school’s food fair. Then this PCGHS Food Fair could be my second time already.
Food fair are always fun with game stalls but not the food. I actually go there to check up stalls by Leo Club of Penang Chinese Girls’ High School, to see what they did and support support them. I don’t really know a lot of friends from that school except the Leo Club.
I went there at around 10am. It’s all traffic jam already at Jalan Gottlieb, the road outside PCGHS, all because of the food fair. Luckily I found a good parking spot. Went in alone and look for Leo Club’s booth. Later then Arron, Tee Jin, Chien Chern and Yiphing came and I went to join them
The Leo Club was a game booth. Their game was fishing, each player pays RM2 for a game and do like the Japanese style of fishing with a piece of paper instead of net. You can take home the fish you got. So it’s like buying fish at there. Haha.
Very hot day and keep sweating all the way. I met many Chung Ling juniors, friends, bloggers and Plurkers. Many people, very crowded, very happening, and I like, just I really hate the weather.
I was hungry and I ate my breakfast at there. Unfortunately, the food I ate sucks, it’s a Japanese Fried Rice. But gonna thank Arron for the sponsor of coupon so it was a free breakfast for that morning.
There’s many food, many things, many game stall. There’s also haunted house but we didn’t get a chance to go in because it’s closed when we were there. Sucks man. We thought that the Q would be shorter when we go in at the last minute, but they said the ghosts were tired already, so early closure. Oops.
Lion Ong Lai was there too! My Regional District Chairperson for Leo Club and also Kok Sheng, vice president for Leo Cabinet.
That morning was pretty fun also, but very hot.