Today my Indonesian friend, Maulana gave me his book, '40 days in Europe', a real life story on his musical entourage accross Europe which happened several years ago. He is a PhD student here in Lancaster and he used to play football and badminton with me. Last year his leg was broken when playing football and he spent 4 months recuperating in Indonesia while at the same time writing this book. Amazing guy!
The school was established way before Independence
I had 4 different Head Teacher when I studied there
This is a government quarter house where my family used to live until 1989. It was very convenient for me as it is situated just behind the school.
When I was in Kelantan, I read in the newspaper that Sekolah Kebangsaan Serdang is having a 60th anniversary celebration. It was quite a while since I last visited my former primary school so I decided to pay a visit. I went to see the deputy head teacher and she was quite happy to see me. We talked about the school and its history and were later joined by one of the longest serving staff, Encik Tajul. I'm a bit sad because I'm unable to attend their celebration, due to be held sometime in August but I'd promise them that I will be back and will do whatever I can to help the school and its current students.
Finally, after playing for more than two months on this map, I won. And it completes my quest to win all 88 maps on the Conquerclub.com. What a relief since this map is already withdrawn temporarily due to some technical issue so I have only one shot of winning this one. So now I'm going to concentrate on winning medals (3 more medals to add on my existing 12) and hopefully new maps will arrive soon afterwards.
This is my highest ever rank in Conquerclub, as a Major and I dont think it will lasts long since there are still 136 unfinished maps (but who knows, I could get promoted to a Colonel even!). So will keep this screenshot as a piece of reminder on how good I am, or was.