The amazing Spiderman, every kid’s favourite super hero made a special appearance at the Children’s Day Celebration event on Sunday 7th November 2010 at Section 21 SEA Park in Petaling Jaya.
Spiderman’s appearance together with three other costumed characters of the anime series “11 eyes” got the kids really excited. The spiderman kept all the kids engaged and even had many parents who came up to him to pose for photos with their children.
The cosplayers were students and lecturer from HELP University College, Kuala Lumpur and their costumed appearance at the event was one of fun-filled programs organized for the excited children who enjoyed having a great time in a cheerful and fun atmosphere.
It was a truly 1Malaysia celebration with the residents of all ages and races coming together to celebrate the event.
The celebration kicked off with a one-hour colouring contest for children aged from three to 12 years old. While the children had their colouring contest, their parents and others were entertained to guitar performance and karaoke singing.
When the colouring contest ended, the children and parents enjoyed a variety of entertainment such as dance performances and magic show by pupils of SJK (C) Yuk Chai in SS24 Taman Megah and mask-changing performance.
One hundred school bags donated by Kampung Tunku state assemblyman YB Lau Weng San and filled up with lots of goodies from sponsors were distributed to the children.
While the children were all smiles and happy to get the goodies, the senior citizens were not totally forgotten. Fifty residents aged 60 and above each received a packet of 5 kg rice and a tin of milk or a packet of rice vermicelli (beehoon) donated by Persatuan Perayaan Penyokong Penyokong Poh Toh SEA Park.
The Children’s Day Celebration was organized jointly by Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) and Rukun Tetangga (RT) Section 21 SEA Park and held in conjunction with Universal Children’s day which falls on Nov 20.
It was a cheerful celebration to honour children and promote stronger family ties.
RT SEA Park deputy chairman Cliff Yin said the objective of the celebration was to give an opportunity to the children to have fun and enjoy the day.
There were lots of prizes and goodies for everyone present. You can see the smile on the faces of the children and adults as they received free goodies from over twenty major sponsors among which were CIMB Bank, Indomie, Watsons, Nestle Milo, Gardenia Bakeries, Mirinda Sarsi, F&N Dairies, Pureen, Johnson & Johnson, Marigold and Ginvera.
Among those present at the event were Kampung Tunku state assemblyman YB Lau Weng San, MBPJ councillor Jeyaseelan Anthony, former Damansara Utama state assemblyman Dato' Lim Choon Kin, Yoke Wong Thai Tay Temple SEA Park senior medium Ronnie Chiew and representatives from Rukun Tetangga of Section 20A Taman Paramount and Section 22 Taman Len Seng.
The amazing Spiderman make a special appearance at the Children's Day Celebration on Sunday 7th November 2010 in Section 21, SEA Park, Petaling Jaya.
You can tell the kids are having a lot of fun with Spiderman.
Kids love seeing their superhero.
Spiderman in the crowd, how fun and amazing!
Spiderman's appearance got the kids really excited.
Spiderman arms carry a little girl.
Younger kids are often amazed at Spiderman because he is so cool.
Watch as little boy "Ben 10" and Spiderman do "battle".
An unforgettable treat for the kids.
Spiderman's popularity among the young or old alike.
Spiderman emerges onto the scene and is engaged in a "battle" with a "villain". Awesome stuff!
The wheel-bound guest from Society of Independent Living For The Disabled gets a calling from Spiderman. It was important for the disabled community to feel welcomed and not forgotten.
R. Murali Rajaratenam (second from right), a HELP University College senior lecturer is an awesome Spiderman (how great a job he did!). Posing with him are (from left) costumed characters Takahisa Tajima, a young man who is a pyrokineticist; Misuzu Kusakabe, a red-haired swordwoman and Shiori Momono, a traditional magician from the anime series "11 eyes".
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association committee member Alex Ng (first from left) posing with cosplayers who dressed up in costumes modelled off characters from anime series "11 eyes".
The event venue was decorated with balloons and filled with excited children together with their parents.
People of all races and ages come together to celebrate and enjoy each other's company at the Children's Day celebration.
While the children register for the colouring contest, their parents register for the blood sugar and blood pressure test at the registration booth.
It was great to see children from all races coming together and fostering a closer rapport.
Noor Hayati who came with her grand daughter said they enjoyed the program which help to promote racial harmony and foster closer ties among the different races in the neigbourhood.
Children taking part in the colouring contest.
The colouring contest encourages children to express their artistic skills and creativity.
Kids wait for sculptured balloons.
Kids love sculptured balloons.
This pupil from SJK (C) Yuk Chai, Taman Megah put on a power-packed and electrifying performance.
A pupil of SJK (C) Yuk Chai, Taman Megah showing off his dance moves.
The pupils of SJK (C) Yuk Chai, Taman Megah delighted the crowd with their dynamic act.
The face mask of the performer changes from one mask to another, without being touched, in the blink of an eye, to the absolute joy of everyone who has seen them.
A magician performs his tricks to the delight of the children.
Spiderman and the characters from "11 eyes" pose on stage for guests who had brought their cameras or camera phones to capture the moment.
From left: SJK (C) Yuk Chai, Taman Megah headmaster Goh Chang Leong, Taman Len Seng (Section 22) Rukun Tetangga chairman G. Rajendran, Kampung Tunku state assemblyman YB Lau Weng San, former Damansara Utama state assemblyman Dato' Lim Choon Kin and Chempaka Buddhist Lodge external affairs head Tan Soon Koon.
Children and adults had a great time at the Children’s Day celebration.
Kampung Tunku state assemblyman YB Lau Weng San delivers his welcome speech to children and parents at the Children's Day celebration in SEA Park, P.J.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng (left) receiving a cheque of RM1,500 being MBPJ's contribution for the Children's Day event from its councillor Jeyaseelen Anthony.
YB Lau Weng San putting on the straps of a school bag loaded with goodies on a child's back.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng putting on the straps of a school bag loaded with goodies on the back of a child from Chempaka Welfare Home. The Welfare Home harbours children irrespective of race and religion from single-parents and broken families.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng handing out school bags to children.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng (in white t-shirt) and YB Lau Weng posing with the first batch of children who received the school bags. YB Lau had donated a total of 100 school bags which were distributed in batches.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng presenting a hamper sponsored by Watsons to Lee Yi Qi, 6, the first prize winner of the children colouring contest, category A for aged 3 to 6 years old.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng presenting a hamper sponsored by Watsons to Chang Zhun Lyn, 9, the first prize winner of the children colouring contest, category B for aged 7 to 9 years old.
Section 21 SEA Park Residents Association (RA) chairman Gan Keng presenting a hamper sponsored by Watsons to Tan Wei Xiang, 12, the first prize winner of the children colouring contest, category C for aged 10 to 12 years old.
Taman Len Seng (Section 22) Rukun Tetangga chairman G. Rajendran (right) and former Damansara Utama state assemblyman Dato' Lim Choon Kin (centre) were invited on stage to hand out goody bags to children.
Former Damansara Utama state assemblyman Dato' Lim Choon Kin handing out goody bags to parents.
Former Damansara Utama state assemblyman Dato' Lim Choon Kin handing out packets of rice to senior citizens.
Watsons pharmacist manager Lucie Chang conducts blood sugar and blood pressure test on a parent.
The lion dance troupe members taking a break.
There was plenty of food and drinks to go around for everyone.
Everyone eat to their hearts’ delight.
Nestle Milo provides free flow of ice-cooled Milo drinks.
Gardenia Bakeries distributes 1,000 packets of Fluffy Buns.