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Visit to Rumah Sayang Orphanage
 
It was a bright Sunday morning on 22 April 2014 when 20 members of the Social Society set out by school bus to Taman Cheras for a good cause: to visit the orphans in Rumah Sayang. The Teacher-Advisors who accompanied these caring students were Jenny Ling and John Khoo.

The school bus arrived at the venue at about 10 a.m. The Matron, Mrs Edwards, was there to welcome us. The orphans had lined up in the hall waiting for us. The welcome we received from them was very warm and touching.

We started off with an ice-breaking session. Then, we taught them how to make paper cranes which were stuffed into a lovely glass bottle. It was a lot of fun especially towards the end. As for performances, we witnessed one the orphans, June, dancing to a hip-hop song and 7-year-old Barry sang a Japanese song.

The children were really adorable. There was a little boy named Rick, who stuck to June and liked sitting on her lap. There were other volunteers there on that day too. There was one group of people who gave them haircuts. Another group of volunteers gave them tuition lessons.

The trip ended with a lot of hugs, goodbyes and a huge group picture. Overall, it was a great and enjoyable experience and I think some of us are already thinking of visiting them again soon.

     
ice-breaking   saying something to make people feel less nervous when you first meet
     
adorable   lovable, likeable
     
 
 
 

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