Photo Walk on 28-01-2014 (Tuesday) Welcoming the Year of the Horse in Chinatown

Chinatown all over the world is normally full of activities for last minute shoppers welcoming the CNY. This coming CNY is the Year of the Horse. There are 100 horses for Year of the Horse and this coming Year 2014 is the Green Wood Horse.

This kind of atmosphere only happens once a year in Chinatown all over the world. In order to capture our, Singapore, kind of mood, atmosphere and colour, I am going down to Chinatown to see what I can capture with my camera this year.

Fellow Seniors and shutterbugs are welcome to join me. After that, if you are still “ON”, you can made a movie and post it in Youtube to share. This is a good challenging project for IT Interest Group (ITIG) members. The first 20 attending this photo walk will be the FIRST 20 to be invited to the coming Windows Movie Making (WMM) 2-sessions Course (in Leng Kee Community Centre). – Date, time and venue to be confirmed at a later date (but not earlier than March 2014). For those who cannot attend the WMM lessons, the places will be given to the next on the waiting list.

After the walk, we can adjourn for supper or just a cup of coffee or tea to discuss about the coming WMM lessons.

A word of caution when walking in crowded areas. Beware of pickpockets. Never give them an opportunity to share some of your belongings or cash.  When taking pictures at night, never use “Flash” if there is other people close by you. It is impolite and may start a quarrel or a fight.

Details of the photo walk is as follows:

Date: 28-01-2014 (Tuesday)
Time: 7.30PM
Meeting Place: Chinese Temple entrance, opposite Maxwell Food 
Centre.
Time to Commence Walk: 7.35PM
End Point: Chinatown Point Shopping Complex (about 9.00PM)
Fee: Free (no charge)
To bring: Camera, umbrella and bottled water.

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Those registered coming:
1) Gingko Tay
2) Lilian Teo (with friend)
3) Judy Lim
4) Bobby Bok
5) Lin Chuah
6) Edwin Ong
7) Andrew Koh
8) Winnie Tan
9) Ronald Lam
10) OliviaRos
11) Charles Wee
12) Lydia Soh
13) Serene Low
14) Irene Poh (not coming)
15) Kristy Quek
16) Yew Tiong (not coming)
17) Lydia Chin
18) Lee Ah Nee
19) Paul Kong (not taking WMM – helping out)
20) Peggy Kong (not taking WMM)
21) Thomas Loh
22) Barbara Lim (not coming)
23) Aaron How
24) Juliet Ong
25)  Ronald Lim HK (not coming)
26) Ronald Lim’s friend (not coming)
27) Noelle Tan
28) Peggy Yap (not coming)
29) Arthur Yap (not coming)
30) ChristinA Chan
31) Barbara Ong
32) Kent Chan