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Exact ADC TM Club Meeting No 88

Date & Time: 31st May 2011, 12.15pm 

Toastmaster of the day, Yuen Kai, kicked off the meeting by introducing the theme of the day “Best places to live in”. Vancouver was voted the best place to live in, 5 years in a row. During the introduction round, members gave their opinions on where was the best place to live in and the general opinion was that Malaysia was still the best. The word of the day, “Fascinating”, was introduced by the grammarian, Lee Lee.

For the impromptu session, Table topics Master Edward asked speakers to randomly pick postcard pictures of cities around the world and

Table Topics Master Edward with Guest Vinci

to talk about the city as the best place to live in. Loon was first up and picked Macau. It was quite his ideal place as he would love to own his own island and make himself President. Chee Yoong picked the picture of the Temple of Heaven, located in Beijing. He was fascinated with Beijing and have found that it had evolved significantly over the years since his first visit. Mount Bromo was Vinci’s pick and she would introduce Malaysian culture and humor to the people of East Java.

Boby’s picture was of the Greek islands, indeed a scenic and beautiful place to live in. Love was in the air as Ai Shiang spoke Paris. She would bring her whole family to visit and explore the city of love.

Ai Shiang on "Paris"

 Last table topic speaker was Sivadas, who talked about London and how the British has colonized many countries around the Globe.

The best table topic speaker was Chee Yoong.

For the assignment speaker session, Loon delivered his CC Project 8 speech, titled
“We are what we eat!”. He shared with us that 25% of Malaysians are obese, making us one of the fattest nations in Asia. Malaysians were known to do anything for food, including a two-hour drive for the elusive best Char Koay Teow. He then shared the content of the food we take nowadays and the price we pay – our health! He ended on a powerful note “Your health is in your hands.”

Club mentor, Rengan, then delivered his ACS Project 2 speech on “Special people”, where he spoke of the many success stories in Toastmasters, some of whom were from our very own Exact ADC Toastmasters Club. The key was to be consistent, set your own objectives and keep on going.

Sharing a humourous moment...

Come join us in our next meeting “Manglish” on June 14th, 2011. Do contact Chee Yoong, our Toastmaster of the Day, for more details.

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Filed under: Meeting Report, Meetings, table topics

Hand-In-Hand: Toastmasters with Reboarders

Toastmasters was in the Reboarding Program on 25th August 2009. Check out the photos below!

We will also be hosting the Table Topic contests in the remaining Reboarding sessions. For those who will be attending the last few ones, gear up for some ad-hoc public speaking fun.

Join us as a guest today.

Filed under: Blast, Events, Meeting Report, table topics

Message from the President



Welcome to Exact ADC Toastmasters Club blog! Our club is launching this blog to share with you who we are and what we do. We are a relatively new club (chartered in 2007). We are passionate about the Toastmasters program and strongly believed that this program will lead us to greater heights in personal development.

If you are a Toastmaster, I would like to cordially invite you to attend our meetings and share with us your experience. Mark the dates in your calendar and don’t forget to pay us a visit in the Club with the Million Ringgit View.

Committee 2012/2013

President
Teo Soo Loon, ACB, CL
President

Education
Lee Shoon Hoe, TM

Membership
Clement Lau, TM
VPM

Public Relations
Lim Ai Shiang, TM
VPPR

Secretary
Meyyappa Manickam A/L Sethuraman, DTM


Treasurer
Ahmad Azwa, TM



SAA

To be advised

IP President
Caroline Yap, TM
Caroline Yap