Thursday, November 29, 2007

10th Anniversary and 11th Installation Nite

Please click here to view 66 photos taken by KC Leong.

In-coming Club Officers

Dear Esteemed Members,

I am so happy that 10th Anniversary and 11th Installation Nite of our club on Last Satruday was a GREAT Success. Close fellowship, good food, wonderful venue, exciting events like lucky draws, the creative game by VPE Mun Yuen which made us laughs. Do you realised that the games had allowed many of us to act. The actings were funny and really exhaust the wit of the members. I truly enjoyed that session.

Club President, Robert Hue

In the Club environment, we normally have some barriers among us due to our background, age difference, level of our economic/social achievement etc. But during the nite, I personally felt that each of the members were so close to me that I felt like in a family with brothers and sisters around me. Our barriers, if there was any, collapsed like "Berlin War".

During the nite, we also had the opportunity to meet our old friends, like Khalyani who brought her whole family, Past President Seelan and David Anthony. Also, Norashikin who rejoined us as Club member.
For those members who were not able to join us in the Wonderful event, I wish you can join us in future event to experience the fantastic fellowship as we had last Saturday nite.

This year the Toastmasters of the Year Award goes to the dedicated and committed VPE Chow Mun Yuen.

The event would not be a success, if not because of the effort of the followings persons, whom I wish to say a BIG Thank you:-
IPP Gwen, CTM as the Organising Chairman
Success for good turnout, sumptuous dinner, lucky draws and coordinate 2 in one event. I was surprise that the prize of the Luck Draw was of such value. Thanks for your effort to secure sponsors. I really admire your ability to get such a great venue for such good price.

Past President, Loghan, DTM
For arranging the technical aspect to allow us to view the video on team spirit and our drama comedy Flagrante Delicto. Gave us an entertaining evening. GREAT JOB.

Past President, Celine Teh, DTM
Her eloquent citation of the Poem had add colors to the nite.

Past President, Kam Peng, ATMS
You wrote a GREAT Poem to describe the Presidents. Each description fits the president well and also witty. .

At Coco Sports Bar & Lounge, Sunway Lagoon Club, Sunway Kuala Lumpur

Past President, KC Leong, CL
For compiling the photos of this event for the webblog. I also wish to thank him for maintaining a GREAT weblog for the Club. KC, do you know that new members have told me that they are attracted to our Club because of the weblog. What a good work you have done to promote our club.

Area W3 Governor, Lim Hin Chong, ATMS
For conducting the Installation ceremony for our EXCO. Thank you for the good job. You acted like professional as Charlie in the Fragrante Delicto.

Past President Ong Siew Chien, DTM
Last but not least, the goal keeper of the event. You are the one that make the good event better. Always, give us your kind and gentle advice, for any shortcomings in the event. Additionally, also generously contributed to the gifts and lucky draws. Finally, all those who are present, the event would not materialise without you. A BIG Thank you. Hope that you enjoyed the nite as much as I had.
Exco Member, CK Ong
For the splendid task in creating the flyer for members and weblog. Certainly, you have used your expertise and talent to help our Club. You have done a good job despite of your tight work schedule. I salute you.

Best Regards

Robert Hue
Club President
Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club

The Shining Star

Celebration of 10th Anniversary of Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club (formerly called Institute Bank-Bank Malaysia Toastmasters Club)

By DTM Celine Teh

Where’s the Star that was birthed 10 years ago?
Where’s the IBBM KL Toastmasters Club now?
It catapulted into the District 51 galaxy eager to go!
Shining so brilliantly it dazzled many a hearts with a Wow!

Well, things have changed for better of course
Since IBBM KL became known as Speakers Dream
This shining star has proceeded along its own course
Providing exciting meetings to help members achieve their dreams

Our mentor Wu is not around to hear our glowing report
But we know that we have done her proud
Ten years have passed what have we to report
A list of shining achievements to make any mentor proud

In leadership achievements, we have produced 4 Distinguished Toastmasters in succession
At the district level, a District Secretary, Treasurer and 4 Area Governors have served loyally
At the International Speech contest level, K Loghandran emerged as the District Champion
In the Distinguished Club program, we achieved President’s Distinguished Club victoriously

This shining star has embraced change with much delight
From an in-house club it has become a community club
From STAR seminars it has produced comedy shows that delight
From an underground meeting place it has moved to a golf club

As the Star continues shining ever so bright
Distinguished Club status will always be in sight
By meeting educational and membership goals, we will be alright
Together let us join Robert and team as new frontiers we will sight!

10th Anniversary

Tribute to Presidents of Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club

Written by Hor Kam Peng, ATMS, CL

1. This chartered one has a blue blood line
The King of Mongolia was he
In his tall tale of glory, he had wine and dine
That got everyone going hee-hee-hee Vijayendran V, CTM

2. Curls like actor Minnie Driver
Looks & voice like a famous Oriental singer
This president made it to the Division
Set the club on its way to a lofty vision Celine Teh, DTM

3. His initial is the same as the capital city
Banker, trainer and actor he evolved
Building the club is always his priority
To the delight and benefit of all involved K Loghandran, DTM

4. Speedy Gonzalez she was known
She can neither be copied or cloned
This 21st Century Aeon Flux will stand by
Answering any how and why Ong Siew Chien, DTM

5. Tall and slender is this president
At 11 ½ goals he sets a precedent
Famous for bananas as dessert
No way he will stand by to see the club dessert Koh Teck Lee, ATMB

6. Bubbly and ever smiling
This Captain kept the club a-sailing
Truly reliable and dependable
Now an Area Governor is he able Lim Hin Chong, ATMS

7. Camera goes clicking with feet running
He is also good at writing and blogging
Full of energy and persistence
Keeps the club recognized in world presence Leong Kwan Chong, CTM, CL

8. Black or white is all up to you
When he makes his train goes choo-choo
With good humour and a gleaming smile
As president he always goes the extra mile Kanniaseelan Varathan, ATMB

9 She hailed from Taiping
Always wishing all good cheer and tidings
Probably a banker from start till end
President No. 9 she stands Hor Kam Peng, ATMS

10. Pint-sized and unassuming
If you care, she dares
Lots of guts and full of fun
Fiercely loyal with ideas by the tons Gwendoline Gwee, CTM

11. Stern in looks but kind in heart
His tenure unrolls each meeting with themes
Unleash his leadership to cart
Membership to break the club at its seams Robert Hue, CTM

Artwork of flyer is contributed by CK Ong.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

10th Anniversary of SDTMC

Dear Esteemed Fellow Toastmasters,

Yes! A night not to be missed.

You are specially invited to our very own “STARS”nite!!!

Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club ("SDTMC") specially invites you to join us in celebrating another successful term in our 2-in-1 event: to witness the Installation of our Club Officers for the term 2007/2008 as well ascelebrating our 10th Anniversary of Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club.

Join us at the happening event, the Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club Officers Installation Nite 2007/2008 & 10th Anniversary Celebration Dinner!
Date : 24/11/07 (Sat)
Venue : Coco Lounge Sports Bar & Lounge, Sunway Lagoon Club.
Time : 6.30p.m to 10.00 p.m

In any SDTMC event we promise you our 3 Fs: good Food, good Fun and great Fellowship. We have lined up an array of exciting and fun program. Games and of course, there's the lucky draw too.

Highlights of the event:
• Installation Ceremony of EXCO Members
• Down Memory Lane
• Poem Recital
• Games
• Stars Nite-Hall of Fame
• Opportunity to win good value lucky draws.
• Entertainment by a Live Band.

Tickets – RM35 per pax. Call Siew Chien 012-311 3026 or Gwen 019-355 1653 for reservations.

To make it an event worth celebrating and comemorating, your presence is of utmost importance to make the event a success.

Together we S. O. A. R. to greater heights!

Yours Truly
Gwen Gwee IPP
b/h of Organising Committee
Please click here to view the location map to Sunway Lagoon Club.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Execute Your Idea

Note: Due to clashing of events, this workshop is now postponed to Monday 7 January 2008.
Dear Esteem Members,

Everyone has good ideas but not many can transform good ideas into action.

Come! Come and learn to overcome your mental block and turn your ideas into realty.

Come and support the workshop conducted by our founder club member, DTM, K Loghadran.

Fong Mun Toh and K. Loghandran

The followings are the credentials of DTM, K Loghandran:-

World Taped Speech Champion 1993
District 51 Champion 1998
International Stand-up Comedian
International Training Consultant

He is currently the director of our sister-club, Spot-on-Theater. The sister club has since performed two comedies, acted by Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club ("SDTMC") members.

He and his another well known partner, Fong Mun Toh ("Monti") are well know artists of the local performance arts circle. Both of them has recently performed a comedy in Hong Kong.

Best Regards

Robert Hue
Club President


Execute your Idea

Turn your Idea into Reality........Success.......$$$$$$$$$$

You spot an idea!!

You need a structure to realize it You need to translate an idea into production

Come and spend an evening with DTM, K. Loghandran who will help you :-

· Transform your idea into actionable steps

· Execute your idea from concept into execution

Behind every idea are the seeds to their unfoldment

Your investment RM20 per pax / RM50 for 3 pax / RM100 for 10 pax (includes light refreshments and notes)


For reservations, please contact:

Sew Chen - 012-3113026 or email -

Robert - 013-3901055

Book in your diary for this special date:

Date - 28 Nov 2007 (Wednesday)

Time - 6.45 pm till 9.15 pm

Venue - Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA)

Restoran Mutiara Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur

Organised by :



SDTMC members in Restoran Mutiara of KGPA

Photos by KC Leong

Monday, October 15, 2007

Club Meeting on 24th September 2007

Our club, the Speakers’ Dream Toastmasters Club had its latest meeting on 24th September 2007 at the usual venue, the Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam. Our Assistant Sargeant at Arms for this meeting, Chew Yew Fai CC called the meeting to order, after which the National Anthem was sung and the members present introduced themselves.

This evening, we had a potential toastmaster, Darick Wong, present, to observe the proceedings. We were also fortunate to have two toastmasters from other clubs. They were Kamalendran Eeswaran TM from Telekoms Toastmasters and Nini TM who is a member of two clubs, Pidato Perdana Toastmasters and Money Mastery Toastmasters. Nini was also an assignment speaker.

The theme for this meeting was “PLAN FOR SUCCESS” and the word of the day was “RECREANT”, introduced by Kamalendran, who was the Language Evaluator for the evening.

Robert Hue, in his presidential address, spoke of the successful Area W3 Humourous Speech and Evaluation contests, which were organized by our club and held on 17th September, in which two of our members, Alfred Koh and Simon Soh, did us proud by becoming winners. He thanked each and every one involved, who helped to make the event a success.

The control was then handed over to the Toastmaster of the Evening (TME), our Immediate Past President, Gwen Gwee CTM CL, who introduced the segment on “Do Your Thing”. This segment was shared by Hor Kam Peng ATMS and K. Loghandran DTM. Kam Peng started the session off by informing us of interesting articles from previous Toastmasters magazines which contained many tips on public speaking, for which we were all grateful. Loghandran took over with a story of a prince which was the illustration of how to coach shy members. He called it the “See, Say and Do” model.

The next segment, Table Topics, was conducted by me. The topics were, of course, unknown to the members and were selected by picking cards at random and speaking on the picture shown on the respective card. Those who volunteered for this impromptu speaking slot were Lim Hin Chong ATMS, Loretta Chin TM, Koh Teck Lee ATMB, Hor Kan Peng ATMS and Alfred Koh ACB. Hin Chong who got a picture of a wedding couple, spoke about remembering weddings and other important occasions in one’s life and which he found quite hard to do. Loretta had a picture of a man running. This reminded her of how she met our Prime Minister in Bangsar Shopping Complex. Teck Lee, who got a picture of an ice cream spoke of how much he and his children love ice cream. The last two speeches of the session made us thoughtful when, Kam Peng, who had a picture of some stationery. spoke of how she was involved in the distribution of stationery to children of low income parents, who were so grateful for the stationery. It made her think of us of the other half who take such things for granted and who do not appreciate them. Alfred, who got a picture of fishing, finished off the session by saying that it is better to teach a man to fish than to give him the fish, quite in line with the old saying, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. The session thus ended on a philosophical note. The control was then handed over to Mok Soo Pon ATMB, to evaluate the table topic speakers.

The meeting then proceeded to the prepared assignments. The speakers were Loretta Chin TM, Lee Mun Wai TM and our guest, Nini.

Loretta Chin was the first speaker. However, before she began, the ever innovative Loghan, her evaluator, distributed graphic evaluation sheets to all of us with which we were also to evaluate Loretta. The sheets were prepared in a manner which actually made it easier for an evaluator to evaluate.

Loretta’s speech was No. 6 in the C & L Manual and called “The House That Dreams Are Made Off”. Her speech was about change. Changes to her neighbour’s house after her neighbour moved out and the new owner started to renovate it. She spoke of how the renovations became a thing with her as she became fascinated with its progress and progressively curious about how it was going to turn out. She imagined a classy house when the change was complete, befitting her image of her elusive new neighbour. However, as the renovations progressed, she was disappointed to see that the good taste with which it started off was fast diminishing. Instead, it got quite bad and Loretta was horrified when she saw the Indonesian workers paint the walls a ghastly yellow ochre. The house looked a disaster with the loud colour scheme, making Loretta realise that if you want something done well you have to do it yourself and not leave it to others.

Lee Mun Wai’s speech was assignment no. 5 from the C & L Manual, which he called “The Winds of Change”. He said that the title of his speech was inspired by a song which he had heard and which made him think of his favourite past time, sailing and how, when one is sailing, one is alone against the elements, over which one has no control. No control over whether the sea will be calm and still that one can look at one’s reflection in it on a windless and moonlit night, as if it were a mirror. Because man has no control over the elements, man must respect them. He carried on to say that living our lives is like navigating a sail boat and just as a sail boat adapts to the winds of change, we must also adapt to change as change is inevitable in life. For us to change ourselves to adapt to the winds of change, we have to make decisions at the right time just as sailors make decisions according to the swells of the sea. Like sailors, we too are thrown into all types of “weather” as we journey in life and it is important for us to chart the course of our lives and make necessary changes in accordance with the winds of change.

The last assignment speaker was Nini who made her speech No. 8 from the C & E Manual, “Love Yourself”. She spoke of how she changed her eating habits to lose weight and be healthy. She gave us a crash course on the food pyramid. She also talked of the importance of embarking on a simple meal plan and generously gave us a sample menu for breakfast, mid morning snack, lunch, tea and dinner, thus inspiring us to eat more healthy.

The next item on the Agenda was the delivery of the reports from the evaluators of the prepared speeches and Koh Teck Lee ATMB, the General Evaluator, called for the same. Loretta Chin’s speech was evaluated by Loghan, Mun Wai’s speech was evaluated by Alfred Koh and Nini’s speech by Hor Kam Peng.

After that, Alfred Koh, the winner of the Area W Humourous Speech contest held on 17th September 2007, made his winning speech before us once again.

Next, Kamalendran from Telekoms Toastmasters presented his report on the usage of the English language in the meeting, followed by reports by the AH Counter, our new member Dawson Sim TM, who did a thorough job and the Time Keeper, who was Chow Mun Yuen CTM CL, our VP Education.

The control was then handed over to Gwen Gwee, the TME, for the presentation of the prizes, as follows:

The table topics prize went to Alfred Koh.

The prize for the best assignment speaker went to Loretta Chin.

The prize for the best assignment evaluator went to T. Loghandran.

Gwen Gwee then wrapped up the evening’s activities, followed by the closing address by Robert.

Thank you.

Pushpa Menon TM

Club Meeting on 10 September 2007

The Speakers’ Dream Toastmasters Club had its first meeting in September on 10th September 2007 at the Kelab Perkhidmatan Golf Awam. After our Assistant Sargeant at Arms Chow Mun Yuen CTM CL called the meeting to order and the National Anthem was sung, the members present introduced themselves.

We had present, in our midst, members of different clubs, namely, Paul Tan and David Ann. Paul was there as a guest, to observe the proceedings and David was an assignment speaker.

The theme for this meeting was Mid Autumn Joy and the word of the day was “HEARTY”, which the members were to use as often as possible.

After the Presidential address by Robert Hue, the control was handed over to the Toastmaster of the Evening (TME), Loghandran Krishnasamy DTM, who requested the Language Evaluator for the evening, Chow Mun Yuen to introduce the word of the day.

This was, as usual, followed by the “Do Your Thing” segment in which our TME T. Loghandran DTM, taught us a sales pitch where you have a product to sell, but you do not ask a person to buy it. Instead, you recommend to him to try the product, after extolling its virtues. The key word is “RECOMMEND”.

The next segment, Table Topics, is a slot in a toastmasters meeting which gives the members a chance to polish their impromptu speaking skills. This interesting session
was conducted by Lee Mun Wai TM, the Table Topics Master, who devised an ingenious way of conducting it. Instead of asking the volunteers to pick their topics from a pack of illustrated cards, he introduced aromas which each volunteer had to recognise and speak about.

The table topic speakers, volunteering to speak on the various aromatic sensations, were Lim Hin Chong ATMS, Koh Teck Lee ATMB, Paul Tan, Simon Soh ATS and Yu Foong Sin TM.

Lim Hin Chong thought he had smelled plastic and he spoke about the different things which are made of plastic. The next speaker was Koh Teck Lee, to whom the aroma reminded him of the hospital. He told the members how much he disliked going to the hospital and how once, when he went to visit someone at the hospital, he ended up in the next bed. Paul Tan, the next impromptu speaker, did not seem to recognize the smell. He therefore spoke about how important the sense of smell is to a person. Simon Soh, thought that he smelled chloroform, while the last speaker, Yu Foong Sin thought her smell was minyak cap kapak. She said that the minyak kapak is a must in every household and how it is a cure for nearly everything.

The speakers were surprised when they were informed by Mun Wai what their various smells were. Hin Chong’s aroma was an “eau de toilette”, Teck Lee’s was “Listerine” (close enough). Simon Soh’s smell was……wait for it “Belacan” (probably, also close enough as the smell of belacan can knock you unconscious) and Foong Sin’s was “Vicks”. (also a must in every household). After that very entertaining Table Topics session, we settled down to listening to the prepared speeches.
The assignment speakers for this evening’s meeting were Yu Foong Sin TM, Mok Soo Pon ATMS, David Ann ATMG CL and Simon Soh ATS.

Yu Foong Sin’s speech was assignment no. 4 from the Competent Communication Manual and was called “Life At A National Service Camp”. She said that she had signed up as a part time trainer at the NS camp, so as to train the teenage trainees. She spoke about how the camp looked like a refugee camp where the trainees had to share a huge bathroom, She encountered some trainees who were school dropouts and who posed a disciplinary problem and was thus a challenge for the part time trainers. But then things got underway with all the trainees, who were helpful and friendly and took part in all the activities organized by the trainers. She felt a sense of pride as she watched the trainees perform and said that it will be an experience which she will always treasure.

The next speaker was Mok Soo Pon who did the “Speaking to Inform” segment. Her speech was called “Smooth, Silky Hands” and she spoke of how, as a child, she suffered from contact dermatitis, which caused her skin to be very dry, her fingers bent and cracked, causing them to bleed. She spoke of how her skin condition made her very self conscious, shy and withdrawn. When her contact dermatitis was eventually cured, she found that she had ended up with very rough skin. Luckily for her, an Indian friend of hers gave her a remedy for the rough skin. She tried out the remedy faithfully every week and found that the remedy worked and she had silky soft hand and skin all over. Soo Pon generously shared the secret of her smooth silky hands with us. The remedy is very cheap. All you need is white castor sugar, olive cooking oil, a pail of water, a towel and you are all set. Firstly, you have to apply 2 teaspoons of castor sugar on your left palm and add 2 teaspoons of olive cooking oil to it. You are then to gently massage the mixture into the skin for 2 minutes and wash under running water and pat dry and repeat on the right hand. In the event you wish to smoothen you feet, you will have to massage for 4 minutes. This has to be done once a week until you have smooth, silky hands and feet.

Simon Soh was next with his speech “Invest in People”. His speech was a keynote address to chief executive officers, where he said that for a company to be profitable it has to invest in people. Human capital is all important. Companies must invest in the right people in order to in increase profit.

The last assignment speaker for the evening was our guest, David Ann with his speech named “Ready, get set, GO”. He spoke about taking the first step in any venture, which is the most difficult step to take, because when one takes this first step, one moves from a comfort zone. He said that he took this first step because the IT company he was working for closed down and he had to look for a new job. He found a sales job in which his first assignment was to look for customers. He did not give up in spite of rejections and managed to close his sales. He said that the best way to close sales was to ask for the order. When you ask for the order, you move from the “get set” position to the “go” position. He said that we must never be afraid to ask if we want something. If we do not ask, we will always remain in the “get set” position.

The next item on the Agenda was the delivery of the reports from the evaluators of the prepared speeches and Loghandran, the General Evaluator, called for the same. Foong Sin’s speech was evaluated by Chew Yew Fai CC, Soo Pon’s speech by Gwen Gwee CTM CL, Simon Soh’s by Lim Hin Chong and David Ann’s by K. Loghandran.

Next, Chow Mun Yuen, the Language Evaluator, presented her report on the usage of the English language in the meeting, followed by reports by me, the AH Counter and Chow Mun Yuen, who was also the time keeper.

The control was then handed over to Loghandran, our TME, for the presentation of the prizes, as follows:

The table topics prize went to Simon Soh ATS.

The prize for the best assignment speaker went to Mok Soo Pon ATMB.

The prize for the best assignment evaluator went to T. Loghandran DTM.

Loghan then wrapped up the evening’s activities, followed by the closing address by Robert, after which the members took their leave, thus bringing to an end another enjoyable Speakers’ Dream Toastmasters Meeting, held every fortnight on the 2nd and 4th Mondays in the month.

Pushpa Menon TM

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Area W3 Speech Contest

Toastmasters International
District 51, Division W, Area W3

Area W3 Humorous Speech and Evaluation Contests
Laughter is the best medicine
Come and listen to the wit and humour of our contestants
Learn a tip or two on how to think creatively at the spur of themoment
Let us entertain and put more laughter into your life

Keep this date with us…….at 6.45 pm
on 17 September 2007 (Monday)

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA)
1st Flr Kiara RoomBukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur

Tickets @ RM10 (inclusive of light refreshments)

For reservations and queries, please contact:
Mun Yuen: 016-218 7876
Siew Chien: 012-311 3026

Organised by:
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Saturday, August 11, 2007

Club Meeting - Monday 23 July 2007

Dear fellow Toastmasters,

I am Pushpa Menon TM, your VPPR for the term 2007-2008. Our club had its latest meeting on 23rd July 2007 at our usual venue and was well attended by members. After our Assistant Sargeant at Arms Leo Koo TM called the meeting to order and the National Anthem was sung, the members present introduced themselves.

This meeting was particularly interesting because we had a member of a different club, a young lady called Lilia Edlina Azmi from the Price WaterHouse Coopers Toastmasters Club, who had requested our President Robert Hue permission to make her 10th speech from the C & L Manual before our club members, which our President graciously obliged.

The theme for this meeting was the word TRANSFORMERS, inspired by the movie of the same name.

After the Presidential address by Robert Hue, where he urged us to complete our assignments and transform ourselves into better public speakers, the Toastmaster of the Evening Hor Kam Peng ATMS CL briefed the members on the background of the Toastmasters International Club and invited me, the Language Evaluator for the evening, to introduce the word of the day, “EVOLVE”. The idea was for everyone to make liberal use of the word of the day.

This was followed by the “Do Your Thing” segment where our Immediate Past President, Gwendolyn Gwee CTM CL tested our brain power by asking us to make words of not less than 4 letters each from the word “TRANSFORMERS”, within a space of about 2 minutes. This had some of us like me, literally, stumped for words. Mok Soo Pon ATMB came up tops with an amazing 18 words, closely followed by Kam Peng and Simon (definitely not Simple) Soh ACS. This segment was shared by T. Loghandran DTM who, with his characteristic ease, did his thing, with three anecdotes that took us from the Magna Carta, to Shakespeare, Hitler and the Bible and then back home, homourously linking all of it to our Club banner.

The next segment, Table Topics, was innovatively conducted by the vibrant Loretta Chin TM, the Table Topic master for the evening. She chose topics which centered on the theme and ruled that if there were no volunteers within 3 seconds, the last speaker would “volunteer” the next speaker. The first table topic speaker was Alfred Koh ACB who got a difficult topic about transforming oneself without conforming to the opinion of others. Alfred however did magnificently well. He said that to transform means that we do not blindly follow what others think or say but we must conduct our own enquiry to test the veracity of the same and only in doing so will we effectively transform ourselves. The other table topic speakers were Leo Koo TM, Koh Teck Lee ATMB CL, Lee Mun Wai TM, Simon Soh and Ong Siew Chien DTM.

Leo Koo’s topic was “More Than Meets The Eye”. He said that most of the time, in our inter personal dealings, we do not reveal our true self to the other person, but hide behind a mask. He suggested that perhaps we should not hide behind a façade but instead be true to what we are and let the world see us as who we really are. His speech was food for thought. Perhaps we should.

Simon Soh’s topic was “What If I Have A Car Which Is A Robot?” He gave us such a fantastic picture of what he would make his robot car transform into that I think James Bond would have given up his Aston Martin and his women for a blueprint of this fabulous piece of machinery.

Lee Mun Wai’s topic was “If There Is One Thing I Would Like To Transform About Myself What Would It Be?” He very honestly said that there is no one thing which he would like to transform about himself as he was contented with the way he had done things so far. However he conceded that there are some small things that he may like to change about himself. He also said that we must not view whatever experiences we have had as good or bad experiences but view each experience as an instruction from which we learn something. That came from the heart and was well received by the members. His speech also earned him the table topics prize for the evening.

Ong Siew Chien’s table topic was “What Would You Like to Transform” and she said that in the light of the current fact that one needs at least about RM2 million in savings to retire comfortably, she would like to be transformed to be able to save at least RM2 million to enable her to retire comfortably. Same with us, I am sure.

The meeting then proceeded to the prepared assignments. The speakers were Lee Mun Wai, Lilia Edlina Azmi, Alfred Koh and Mok Soo Pon.

Lee Mun Wai’s speech was assignment no. 3 from the C & L Manual, which he called “Why Bother to Retire”? His point was as we need about RM2 Million to retire comfortably (taking the cue from Siew Chien) and as our current living expenses defy the law of gravity, we might as well keep on working. That kept us thinking for a while.

Lilia’s speech was her assignment no. 10 from the C & L Manual which was called “Everything is Within Your Reach”. She spoke about how the most difficult person to show love to is the one you love best and personalised her speech by recalling her experience with her dying grandmother and how she struggled with not being able to show the affection she so deeply felt for her and the lesson she learnt from it which is that the capacity to show love is within the reach of all of us. We just need to summon it.

The next speaker was Alfred Koh, our member who travels from Gua Musang for our meetings. His assignment was Story Telling and his story was titled “Folktale”. His tale told of the reason why the cat and the mouse are now bitter enemies. It was all over some butter.

The last speaker was Mok Soo Pon, who delivered her Humorously Speaking assignment from the Advanced Level, “Motion, Motion, Motion”. She started by asking us what the modern device is which we can use for only 20 sen. It transpired to be the ultra modern self cleaning public toilet in Bukit Bintang. She humorously described her experience in that public toilet, which apparently locks and unlocks its doors automatically after a fixed time and shuts down completely at 11 pm. So, woe to anyone who takes more than fifteen minutes to use that toilet and anyone who goes into it at 10.46 pm.

The next item on the Agenda was the delivery of the reports from the evaluators of the prepared speeches and Simon Soh, the General Evaluator called for the same. Mun Wai’s speech was evaluated by Alfred Koh, Lilia’s by Lim Hin Chong ATMS, Alfred Koh’s by Koh Teck Lee and Soo Pon’s by Loghandran. The evaluators congratulated the speakers on areas where they did well and gently pointed out the areas where they could improve. Loghandran gave us all a very important tip. He informed us that when doing a humourous speech, one must exaggerate the characters or things which are being spoken about.

Next, I presented my report on the usage of the English language in the meeting, followed by reports by the AH Counter, Ismail Fahmy CTM and the Time Keeper, Yu Foong Sin, TM.

The control was then handed over to Kam Peng, our lady Toastmaster of the Evening, for the presentation of the prizes, as follows:

The table topics prize went to Lee Mun Wai.

The prize for the best assignment speaker went to Alfred Koh, for his vivid, lively and entertaining story telling.

The prize for the best assignment evaluator went to T. Loghandran.

Kam Peng then wrapped up the evening’s activities, followed by the closing address by Robert.

The meeting was yet another entertaining and informative Speakers Dream evening.

Thank you.

Pushpa Menon TM

Monday, June 25, 2007

Club Meeting - 25 June 2007

Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club presents the final meeting of the term 2006/2007 with the theme “The Best” on 25 June 2007.

Despite the wet and gloomy weather lingering around Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, we managed to start the meeting with 10 members at 7.30 pm. With last minute changes in the meeting agenda, VPE Robert Hue was able to get the co-operation of new and senior members to take the roles at the twelveth hour. Elizabeth, our guest for the evening commended she enjoyed the whole meeting and did not notice the changes as it was carried out smoothly. The meeting progressed well and ended by 9.25 pm as indicated in the meeting agenda. After taking into account the feedback by past General Evaluators on keeping tab on the time management, our club has made it by ensuring the meeting ended on time.

The meeting started off with our Club President Gwendoline with her final Presidential Speech on being ‘The Best.’ Table Topics took the next slot with new and old members participating with enthusiasm.

The meeting progressed with 3 new members presenting their speech assignments. Lee Mun Wai presented his icebreaker’s speech where he spoke from the heart. No notes was seen, he was delighted to share with us his wonderful journey on planet. His title of his speech was “Nomad” where he had the opportunity to travel and live in various parts of the Malaysia and United Kingdom.

The second speaker was Leo Koo, where he reminded us on the keeping fit. He gave his version on owning a ‘prosperous body’ at one time of his life due entertaining his clients with constant nasi lemak. He reviewed his expenses and found out he needed to cater for new clothes to meet his new development of his body growing sideways. He took charge of the situation and made his decision to keep fit and maintain his expenses. Finally he succeeded and cautioned the audience to try to stay fit for the sake of better health.

Our third speaker Loretta spoke on the principles of shopping where our timekeeper Puspa almost missed her timing in switching on and off the timer lights as she got engrossed in Loretta’s interesting speech. One of the principles of shopping is you need to shop twice ie pre window shopping and on the day shopping to grab your goodies on the sale day. This idea was certainly a familiar tactic I use to shop in Isetan Member sale where I could shop during lunch time ie half an hour to grab the goodies.

The meeting ended with winners for :-

Best Table Topic Speaker – Caryl Hean

Best Assignment Speaker – Lee Mun Wai

Best Assignment Evaluator – Gwendoline Gwee, CL

The meeting ended on time as planned.

Kudos to Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club as we strive to improve our meetings for the benefit of our members.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

In-coming Club EXCO 2007-2008

Dear Esteem Members,

11 June 2007 is not just another ordinary club meeting. It was also the 10th Annual General Meeting for Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club. We had a smooth sailing AGM with the election of the new Executive Committee Members 2007/2008. Let us welcome our Incoming EXCO 2007/2008:-

President : Robert Hue Voon, CTM, CL (Middle, reference to photo above)
VP Education : Chow Mun Yuen, CTM, CL (Right-4)
VP Membership : Ismail Md Yusof Fahmy, CTM (Right-3)
VP Public Relation : Pushpa Menon, TM
Secretary : Mei Han Yap TM
Treasurer : Choo Yew Fai TM (Left-4)
SAA : Keat Fu Alfred Koh, ACB (Left-3)

Comm Members : Ong Siew Chien, DTM (Right-1)
Mok Soo Pon , ACB (Right-2)
Choo Kheng Ong, TM
Yu Foong Sin, TM

To the In-coming Team of Executive Committee 2007/2008, my heartiest congratulation to you. I am confident that you will serve the club with P.R.I.D.E. - Personal Responsiblity In Developing Excellence.

I wish you a fantastic year ahead.

Toastmasters - Simply Amazing

By Gwen Gwee
Club President
SDTMC 2006/2007

Presidential Address - 11 June 2007

Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen,

A very warm welcome to all members and especially our guests to our Special meeting tonight with the Theme – PRIDE.

What is this PRIDE to me and to all of you. If you take pride in what you do, you would want to excel, to do well and to put in a lot of effort. If you take pride in being a Toastmasters, you will attend meetings, participate in the meetings, prepare your assignment, practice it and to give a good delivery.

Just like our Division Champion DTM Shanker from Penang, for him to win in the District Contest and come out Champion he practices his speech 60 times.

If you take pride in being an EXCO member of the club, you will attend meetings, contribute your ideas, be creative in execution of your duties.

So friends are you taking PRIDE in what you do?

Let me share with you a poem.

"All roads lead to Rome.
Choose a method that works best for you.
Identify what you can control and let go what you can't.
The world is changing so very fast and so MUST you.
If there is any one who comes to your rescue, it will be YOU.
Keep yourself motivated.
Set your goals.
Approach your life with PRIDE.

Personal Responsibility In Developing Excellence."

Yesterday we have a fantastic workshop – The Art of Chinese Painting conducted by two Masters and two of his assistants. The event was attended by 4 children, 5 youths and 18 adults.

Even our ex-member Sabapathy came to support us, he stayed for half day. We have an enjoyable and fruitful day. The proof of the pudding as you can see from what we did from all the paintings on the wall.

I would like to extend my special thanks to the Club Executive Committee for organizing this event and CTM Alfred Koh for being the co-coordinator of the event.

By Gwen Gwee
Club President
SDTMC 2006/2007

Sunday, June 10, 2007

The Art of Chinese Painting - 10 June 2007

Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club fulfills the wishes of our members with The Chinese Art of Painting. It started off with our member CC Alfred who displays his passion for Chinese painting in his speech presentation. Members were mesmerized by the stroke of the paint brush where it can bring a meaningful picture to the audience.

CC Alfred with his enthusiasm brought two masters of the Chinese Painting to share with us the techniques. Master Hoo shared with us the secrets of holding the paint brush to produce the different strokes for a meaningful and beautiful piece of work. Master Chan was in her seventies, who does 4 hours of painting everyday. This lady has demonstrated to us that in our twilight years, there is a skill you can pick up to past your time. It certainly enhances the mind and exercises the hands.
With much emphasis on the movements of the hands, if you have ‘stiff’ hands, this is one art you can pick to improve your hand gestures.

We had 27 participants comprising of children and adults who were eager to learn and of course discover their ‘hidden’ talents. The session proceeded on with demonstration and hands-on training. Everyone were either impressed or surprised with their masterpieces where they learn within 5 hours. Our members were proud to display their masterpieces in the club meeting on 11 June 2007.

CC Alfred surprised us by inviting another young and talented artist who specializes in painting mirrors. Master Kiek gave his modern version of Chinese painting. We could see the difference in the skillful strokes of the Chinese paint brush from the modern and conventional Chinese art.

Everyone had the opportunity to learn pictures of the flying sparrows, resting prawn, bamboo fence, bouquet of flowers and etc. The age group of this workshop ranges from 8 years to 58 years. Surprisingly, despite the difference in age gap, Master Hoo could conduct the class with no confusion and fuss.
I was impressed by method of tearing paper into various sizes. You need to fold the paper into half and use the wet paint brush and ‘paint over’ the folded edge. The paper was torn effortlessly into half equally.

The session concluded with demonstration of the masters displaying their skills in the Chinese Art of Painting.

All members and non members enjoyed the session and some have made arrangements with the masters to continue their interest in the art.


Thursday, May 17, 2007

The Art of Chinese Painting – Basic Level

Learn the basic Chinese Art of Painting

Conducted by 2 experienced and talented masters
Participants will be taught about eight types of paintings:
Chrysanthemum, Bamboo, Sparrow, Fruits and Vegetables, Prawns, Crabs, morning glory, lotus, sunflower, buffalo, etc.

De-stress yourself and have fun in enriching yourself with this Art

Date : Sunday 10 June 2007

Time : 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Venue :
Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA)
1st Floor Kiara Room
Bukit Kiara
Kuala Lumpur

Your investment :
RM150 per pax
RM130 per pax (for a group of 3)
RM100 per pax (member)
RM250 (member’s family ie 4 pax max)

(inclusive of materials for Chinese Painting, workshop materials plus breakfast/lunch/tea)

For reservations and queries, please call :

Siew Chien : 012-311-3026

Gigi : 019-355-1653

Organised by : Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Up & Coming Dream Stars

9 April 2007 – Monday at 7 pm

Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club invite anyone who is keen to transform oneself onto the positive track.

The Theme for this meeting - Up & Coming Dream Stars, jive closely with the meeting agenda. We have 3 new members doing their "Ice Breaker" speech and another 4 members who are racing to complete their Competent Communicator assignments.

These Ladies and Gentlemen have dreams to become Stars in Public Public speaking. I wish to congratualate them as they are in the Perfect Place that can help them to achieve their dreams, …..The Toastmasters Club whereby they can SMILE (i.e. Speak More In a Learning Environment).

To lead the Up & Coming Dream Stars in this meeting, we have 2 seasoned speakers, Simon Soh & Alfred Koh who are brilliant Stars in Public Speaking. I believe the new members will benefit greatly from their speech presentations.
For the benefits of new members, it is noteworthy to highlight some outstanding features of our club – Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club

1. We have 3 Distinguished Toastmasters ("DTM") in our Club,namely K Loghandran, Celine Teh and Ong Siew Chien. DTM is the highest educational award that a member can achieve.

2. We have the strong support of Past Presidents and most of them are still very active in the Club. They have contributed tremendrously in uplifting the standard and quality of our Club meetings.

Those active past presidents are K Loghandran, Celine Teh, Ong Siew Chien, Koh Teck Lee, Lim Hin Chong, and Hor Kam Peng.

Due to work and family commitments, Past Presidents, KC Leong and Seelan are not able to be with us as often as they wish. However, we hope that they can join us whenever possible.

3. You will have the chance to be a real actor, acting in public in Actors Studio. Please find our more from our club's website or check with the senior members for more details.

There will not be table topic session for this meeting but speech presentations which means more ‘storybooks’ to bring home.

We look forward to seeing you at the club meeting at KGPA, 1st Floor Kiara Room at 7 pm

Best Regards

Robert Hue
Vice President Education

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Jive with The STARS

Jive with The STARS was the theme for the evening of 26 March 2007. It was the second meeting of the Toastmasters Awareness Month where we share with members of the community about how Toastmasters can transform a ‘shy mouse’ to a ‘roaring lion’.

Our two themes for the month of March 2007 have earned the club 5 new members. With this achievement, our club is once again remained in the ‘shining light of the District 51’ by responding to their membership drive campaign.

Filepix on 26 Feb 2007
This success was attributed to the great teamwork from members of Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Kudos!! to our President, Mentors, Past Presidents, EXCO and Members who roped in their friends, we certainly created a new record in recruiting 5 new members within one month.

President Gwendoline and the EXCO welcome our new members to Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club :-

Caryl Hean
YU Foong Sin
Ong Choo Kheng
Gui Huey Sywu
Leo Koo Seng Yik

The year 2007, have been very auspicious for Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club where we have May Lim who emerged to support the club in January and Loretta joined shortly in February 2007.

Our Club now has 7 new members which equates to 1.75% of DCP Goals for the membership goal. Let’s all try to get 1 more new member to garner the 2 goals for membership to reach the President Distinguished Club status.

This evening started off with our VPE Robert who was always early to ensure the meeting setup was in order, was held up as one of his car tyre punctured. We had no meeting agenda. As usual, the reliable VPE Robert was determined to reach the venue as soon as possible. He did made his appearance at the club meeting on time.
We had a vibrant opening with the ASA role undertaken by TM Loretta who was cheerful and followed by our vivacious President Gwendoline with her motivating presidential speech. The General Evaluator ACS Hor Kam Peng compared the original meeting agenda via email and the current one, it has made a 180 degrees change but with TME DTM Siew Chien and the roleplayers who filled in the vacant roles quickly, ensure the smooth flow of a wonderful meeting.

There were 2 Do Your Thing sessions where ACS Hor Kam Peng reminded us to SMILE and it can mean a great change in our daily lives. CC Chow Mun Yuen took the second session and shared with us, her transformation from the naïve and shy Ms Chow into the confidence Chow Mun Yuen. She was grateful and appreciative as she made the right decision in joining Toastmasters. Recently, she was assigned within 24 hours to attend a conference in Abu Dhabi. She was delighted at herself for being able to mingle around with the overseas crowd with confidence.
Filepix on 26 Feb 2007
The Table Topics Session was undertaken by CC Lee King Thim who chose topics on ‘nature’ where 5 members from the audience took part.

TM Carlyn Hean emerged as the Best Topic Speaker for the evening.

There were two speakers who participated in the Speech Presentation session where CC Chow Mun Yuen attempted the Entertaining Speaker manual with her title, “Wait & See – Life is a Wonder.” She was instructed by her boss to leave for Abu Dhabi within 24 hours and was not given the liberty of time to pack or take time off but to come to work with her baggage and leave for the airport from the office. Can you imagine a single Chinese lady going to a Middle East country alone for the first time of her life. She was narrating her interesting and unexpected experiences in Abu Dhabi.

ACS Simon took the assignment from the Speeches by Management manual with speech entitled, “The Alignment,” He spoke of the 4 important elements of life and they are living, love, learning and legacy.

The programme progressed with Humor Session undertaken by CL Ng Cheong Boon who gave his version of Tai chi and how to pass the buck on when you encountered an issue, the work smart way.

CL Cheong Boon narrated a story where a marketing manager of a company visited an island in the Pacific Ocean and noticed the women do not know how to wear bras. He made a marketing report and suggested promoting the benefits of wearing of bras in that island and to find a market for his company.
Filepix on 26 Feb 2007
We took a ‘Teh Tarik break’ and continue with Networking session for 10 minutes. KGPA serves very smooth ‘Teh Tarik.’

The meeting resume with the General Evaluation session conducted by ACS Hor Kam Peng and her talented team who gave valuable feedback.

It was certainly another wonderful evening with interesting flow of events and participation of the members and guests.

To find out what is happening on 9 April 2007, come see for yourself, the surprises and experiences you may gain that evening.


By Ong Siew Chien, DTM.

Sunday, March 04, 2007

CNY Toastmasters Club Meeting

Dear Esteemed Members

“Yes, a meeting that is unlike any other meeting, an event that you should not miss. Do keep a date with us!!!

Speakers' Dream Toastmasters Club warmly welcomes all members and their guests to join us in the forthcoming celebration,
Abundance and Prosperity Gong Xi Fai Chai.”

26 February 2007, happens to be the auspicious 9th day of the Chinese New Year and 23 members and guests participated in this eventful meeting. We had long lost member Christine and ‘busy’ members like Celine, DTM, Loghan, DTM and KC Leong, CL who made their appearances in this ‘momentous’ meeting.

The meeting room was certainly filled with festive feeling and the creative decorations of the Chinese New Year, sets the momentum. Lovely handmade mini baskets of oranges for everyone were placed around the tables. The theme “Abundance and Prosperity Gong Xi Fai Chai” for the evening offered what it promises earlier to the members and guests who made the right choice to spend the evening with Speakers’ Dream Toastmasters Club.

President Gwendoline presented the Prosperity Pyramid Angpow to all members. It is an ancient belief of the Indians and if you continue to say the phrase “Everyday in every way, I am getting richer and richer” for 15 times every morning with the Prosperity Pyramid in your hand for 30 days. Try it out, a surprise could come your way.

Meeting started off with the building of Abundance and Prosperity project. Members gather round the table with the basket of oranges and as a team built the tallest Abundance and Prosperity Tower within 1 minute. It was certainly an indication of good team spirit among the members and guests to come up with a great idea in a short space of time.

Loghan, DTM as usual, will share his ideas or articles and this time, he spoke on ‘Hope” where the audience listened attentively to his tips.

Table Topics was lead by our Immediate Past President Kam Peng, ATMB who made a conscientious effort by crafting the lovely handmade baskets (from used CNY cards) as gifts for our members and guests. She has specially designed her topics to suit the festive occasion and all participants were rewarded with Angpow and basket of oranges.

We had another interesting session where 3 speakers presented invaluable tips for our audience. Choo Yew Fai presented his 5th speech from the Communication and Leadership Manual, entitled “I got time to hurry.” He reminded us to spend carefully and to save for the rainy days.

Alfred Koh, CTM presented his title “English as the second language” from the advanced manual, “Speaking to Inform.” He gave a good account on how to educate and capture the interest of children in learning the English Language. It was certainly very useful for members who can use the valuable tips to guide their children.

Simon Soh, ATMB who attempted the advanced manual, Public Relations with his title “Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions.” He portrayed as the Public Relations Manager of High 5 Bread Company where the issue of cleanliness appeared in the Press recently. He appeared so cool and composed when responding to the questions of the audience. A great transformation of Simon, normally he is a ‘stressed’ speaker. Well done Simon!!

General Evaluation was undertaken by Loghan, DTM who had a good team and gave excellent reports on evaluation of assignment speakers and others.

As in the spirit of giving, we had door gifts worth RM50 and lucky draw worth RM180 sponsored by Embun Day Spa. The lucky draw was won by Leo, our prospective member.

A well attended event with good teamwork to ensure this meeting was a success!!

Kudos!! to President Gwen and her EXCO

March 2007 happens to be

the Toastmasters Awareness Month……………

What is happening in the forthcoming meeting …….12 March 2007???

Move Ahead with The Dream Stars
An evening of interesting & entertaining speeches
Spice up with Humor session and Do Your Thing Session
Members take the opportunity to unlock their talents and bring them on stage in their speech presentation

12 March 2007 (Monday) at 7.00 pm at KGPA.

Keep a date with us .

Your presence will certainly make a big difference.

Bring a guest and share with them about Speakers Dream Toastmasters Club. Further queries, contact :-

Robert Hue – 013-3901055
Mun Yuen – 016-6781431
Siew Chien – 012-3113026

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Spot the 2007 Stars



The winners of the 2007 International Speech Contest and Table Topics Contest

Where DTM Celine Teh emerged as the champion in the 2007 International Speech Contest while ATMB Simon Soh as the champion in the Table Topics Contest!

The overall official results are as follows:

International Speech Contest:
Champion = DTM Celine Teh
1st runner up = ATMS Lim Hin Chong

Table Topics Contest:
Champion = ATMB Simon Soh
1st runner up = DTM Celine Teh
2nd runner up = ATMB Koh Teck Lee

It was certainly a commendable effort made by other contestants who spend their time and efforts to make the Club’s contests a success. Indeed, each of them is a winner for rising up to the challenge.

DTM Celine Teh’s winning speech entitled “Half Time” where she displayed wit and humour to ‘spice up’ her speech presentation which caught the hearts of the audience. DTM Celine was superb in her showmanship and vivid expression.

ATMS Lim Hin Chong gave an illustrative speech on forgiveness where he managed to touch the hearts of the audience. He crafted a ‘heartfelt speech’ which struck a cord in many of us that evening.

ATMB Simon Soh’s speech entitled “Triple A” where he shared with us, his experience in raising his son, Victor. Choking with emotions, Simon succeeded in presenting his inner fears and pride on the trials and tribulations of being a father.

CTM Alfred Koh as a new entrant into the International Speech Contest, jolted the audience with his speech, “Ego Talk’ when he dished out stories of ego and with a touch of his animated self to entertain the audience.


In the Table Topics Contest, contestants were given the topic, “Fear is the greatest motivator”. The audience had the opportunity to witness the skill and wit of the contestants who had ‘to think on their feet’.

Speakers’ Dream Toastmasters Club’s International Speech and Table Topics Contests on 22 January 2007 were indeed unique. No only was the audience entertained by the creatively crafted speeches and the showmanship of our contestants but were given a chance to participate as ‘judges’ in the Spot the 2007 Stars Contest. Each winning entry must match the official results of the judges. Matching the official results was no easy task.

Kudos! to the sole winner of the Spot the 2007 Stars Contest, Sue Ding and was awarded a gift voucher worth RM120 sponsored by Embun Day Spa.

Everyone who attended this event was appreciated with a door gift worth RM50 sponsored by Embun Day Spa.


Speakers’ Dream Toastmaster Club would like to thank all the judges, role players, contestants and audience for making our first club event in 2007 a success.

Appreciation of thanks also goes to ACER and Embun Day Spa for their generosity in sponsoring the event with prizes, souvenirs and door gifts.

Look out for the next exciting event in February 2007……..the Chinese New Year…..more highlights and surprises to be revealed on 12 February 2007 club meeting.


From the desk of the Organising Chairman
Mun Yuen, CTM

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Spot The 2007 Stars

Come spot the 2007 stars and win a prize.

It’s a simple task!

Just match the official results of the International Speech Contest (Club Level)

• Come and listen to the wit and humour of our contestants
• Learn a tip or two on how to think creatively at the spur of the moment
• Let us entertain and while you unwind

Keep this date with us…
22 January 2007 (Monday), 7:00 p.m.

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA)
First Floor, Kiara Room
Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur

Get your tickets @ RM10 (inclusive of light refreshments) Now!!

Limited seats only. First come first served basis.

For reservations and queries, please contact :
Siew Chien: 012-311 3026 / Email –
Robert Hue: 013-390 1055 / Email --
Chow Mun Yuen 016-678 1431 / Email --