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12/16/2009/ 1:07 PM

Hey people (: This post is written in response to xiaorong’s post and to satisfy the needs of both xiaorong and our dear dyb blog (:

Regarding the esplanade concourse performance by our very own Vincent, I wanted to post videos of the performance but then computer don’t recognise the file format of videos taken by phones (mine, at least and yes we secretly took videos of it. I swear that everytime that i want to watch the video or show it to other person, my phone will hang and lag) So, too bad. I don’t think there is any point in posting anymore photos of Vincent since xiaorong has already posted so many already. If anybody wants to view the video, come free to find me (: By the way xiaorong, Vincent doesnt seem to mind the posting. Look at what he tagged on the tagboard. He’s safe unless somebody is evil enough to tell tl. (:

I realised Charmaine didnt tell the story of the cookies. Let me tell it to you (:

Once upon a time, there lived many dyb-ians who were (and are) very very nice, especially to their seniors (: One day, they decided to get together and bake delicious cookies for their seniors who are about to take (well, taking) their very important ‘A’ levels. (: While waiting for the cookies to be finish baking, they prepared a board the the words “Jiayou for (: A levels” to parade around the school to wish not only their seniors but all other seniors of the school as well. (: They finished baking and brought the cookies to school for their seniors! Yay end of story. (: Aren’t these juniors nice? (: Let’s hope that their juniors are as nice as well (: In order for you all to get into the mood of baking, here are some photos of the baking process (:

SL371531 SL371532 These are two of the three people who are not lazy enough to buy ingredients while the others do I dunno what at xiaorong’s house

SL371536 Butter!

SL371542 Mixing cookie dough with eggs and butter with the machine

SL371544 I believe this is the first cookie to be shaped

SL371547 Scrape scrape the mixing bowl to shape cookies

SL371548 Sticky

SL371549 Baking cookies in the oven

SL371550 Finished product of the board (:

SL371563 Plates of finished cookies (:

SL371564 Fresh cookies straight from the oven (:

SL371565 Xiaorong, what’s with that expression??

SL371567 Packing cookie to bags

SL371579Packed cookies with notes (:

-End of the cookie story (:-

I realised that for every post on dyb blog, people dont say who wrote it but others seems to know who is it. Is it just me or what?? Guess who I am! (:

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DYB is short for Di Yin Bu, chinese for Lower Strings Ensemble. We are the cellists and bassists of Dunman High School Chinese Orchestra Singapore. In 1994, we left the di deng yue zu the String Ensemble (Hus) to form our very own DYB! We are guided by teachers Mdm Tian Ling and Mr Lee Tsu Hock, and conductors Mr TTK and Mr Quek Ling Kiong.

DYBians are known for their lively spirit and close-knit ties. Even after graduating, DYBians still enjoy returning to our many gatherings, and fenzus/shichengs. Here we will introduce the DYBians of '08, and our lovely seniors/alumni!

| Boon Xin | Camy | Chang Fang | Eric | Ming Jie | Pamela | Yong Hui |

| Wilson | Tessie | Yamuna | Chrystal | Guan Cheng | Ivan | Jason | Ken | Ding Xiao | Tian Tian |

| Dorea | Lydia | Shirlene | Vincent | Zhi Kang | Sh0n |

| Amelia | Hong Bin | Janice | Joey | Xing Zhong | Yun Xuan | Zhi Ying | Rachel |


| Geneve | Guan Yang | Jia Yao | Jun Wen | Shao Yu | Elysia | Eugene | Nathaniel |


| Cally | Celine | Han Yin | Jia Yin | May Ping | Samuel | Wei Wei | Wendy | Yvonne | YingSi |


| Bevie | Charmaine | Kian Ming | Shi Lun | Wen Yi | Xiao Rong | Xiao Zhou | Yue Heng |


| JiaHan | Sheila | Vanessa | XinMin | YanQi | Yu Long | Zhang Yang |


Original photos here. For slide shows, click here.
dyb tripod Bevie Charmaine Dorea Elysia Geneve Han Yin Jia Yao Jia Yin Jun Wen Lydia May Ping Shi Lun Shirlene Wilson Xiao Rong Xing Zhong Yu Long Zhang Yang
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