Thursday, 26 July 2018

Book Fair Shah Alam

Every library has a source of getting its books. The best way to obtain books is from a book fair as it is cheaper than normal bookstores. Last week, a group containing a few librarians and probates (including me) went to the Shah Alam Book Fair to get some new books for the library. It stated early in the morning when students went to their classes as usual for the first one hour. After that, all the volunteers gathered at the canteen to get ready. We were separated into different groups. My friends and I were with two librarians who were Lim Wye Yee and Loh Sim Yi. After we were sorted, we went to the bus. After the headcount, we waited a short amount of time only to reach our destination. We filled a form and then waited to be allowed in. we were instructed to look for reference books to help students that were weak in certain subjects. We also got some more interesting storybooksfor the library. A few times I got lost but I found my group again. I found a few books and also found robots. No, not the ones you might see in Terminator. They were really small robots. We were allowed to try them out. Even though we were supposed to play mini soccer with them, my friends and I ended up making them fight each other. Then, we got back to work. After a few hours of this, we were finally done. We went to a McDonaldsoutlet and ate. After that we had another bus trip back and everyone went library. Pn Azuratold us about the importance of Nilamespecially for exams. Then at 3 o ‘clock, we all went back home.

By: Nimalen Nagarajah

Thursday, 19 July 2018

Minggu PSS

On the 26th till 30th of April , the librarians had the librarian week sales and many type of delicious food were sold. For example , crepe , pocket pizza , meringue , corn and many more. The librarians and probates had worked together to make it successful. 


The sales were located at the canteen and many students of SMK BU3 had bought the food sold by the librarians. Many people bought the cookies and corn as it was said they were very delicious and the price was reasonable. The lemonades were also a successful hit because most of the days in Malaysia are really hot and so the lemonades had cooled our throats. 


The most coolest thing about the sale was that all the food that was sold are made by the librarians themselves. This proves that our librarians have many other talents too! By the end of the week , we gained a lot of profit. All the profit we had collected from the sales will be used for Librarian Annual Dinner which will be held in August .


It was a wonderful experience for taking part in this activity as it has brought me closer to the fellow senior librarians. As a probate , I had learn a few things during this librarian week sales. I hope we will have more sales like this in the future as we can grow closer and learn more things.

By: Alis Qistina

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

The Poison Tree

I was angry with my friend; 

I told my wrath, my wrath did end. 

I was angry with my foe; 

I told it not, my wrath did grow. 


And I watered it in fears, 

Night & morning with my tears:

And I sunned it with smiles, 

And with soft deceitful wiles. 


And it grew both day and night. 

Till it bore an apple bright. 

And my foe beheld it shine, 

And he knew that it was mine. 


And into my garden stole, 

When the night had veild the pole; 

In the morning glad I see; 

My foe outstretched beneath the tree.


— William Blake

Monday, 26 February 2018

Facts About Lunar New Year

1. The date varies!

The date for Chinese New Year changes each year. It always falls between January 21 and February 20, determined by the Chinese lunar calendar. Chinese New Year 2018 is on Friday February 16

2. The holiday is oddly called "Spring Festival".

Though in winter, Chinese call their New Year holidays 'Spring Festival' (春节 chūnjié /chwnn-jyeah/), because 'Start of Spring' (4–18 February) is the first of the terms in the traditional solar calendar. While wintry weather prevails, 'Start of Spring' marks the end of the coldest part of winter, when the Chinese traditionally could look forward to the beginning of spring.

3. Every Chinese New Year starts a new animal's zodiac year.

Chinese zodiac years : A very old custom is to name the years by one of 12 animals in their zodiac cycle. For example, 2018 is a year of the dog. Many Chinese still believe in astrology and other New Year superstitions.

People focus on priorities: making amends, reconciling with people, avoiding offence, and re-establishing old ties. They buy and wear new clothes, give gifts, and clean house.

4. It is a festival for 1/4 of the world's population.

It's China's winter vacation week, like between Christmas and New Year's Day other countries. Schools in China get about a month off, and universities even more. China, Hong Kong and Macau, and nine other Asian countries have public holidays.

Written by: China Highlights

Thursday, 15 February 2018

Merentas Desa 2018

  On the 9th of January, the school held an event called Merentas Desa (Cross Country) . The students arrived school around 6:45am- 7:30am. The event was delayed because it was raining cats and dogs.

  While waiting for the rain to stop, Encik Sukri held a sports quiz . Everytime a house answers the question correct 5 marks will be awarded to the respective houses. The event was about to start so the respective houses did their house cheer/war cry.

  Before the event started, we had to warm up our bodies. The warming up was led by 4 guys from the 4 different houses which was Red House, Yellow House, Blue house and Green House. Many people were exited to run.

  The girls in the P3 catogory were relesed first following the P2 catogory and then P1, L3, L2 and lastly L1. Everyone gave their all to get first place. We had to run in the rain and it was an interesting experience . There were some people walking while holding banan leaves above their heads. Everyone had a good laugh and everyone had fun.

By: Ethan Richard

Sunday, 14 January 2018

Orientation Day 2018

On the 29th of December 2017, the school held an orientation day for the Form 1 of 2018. The parents and the students started to arrived at school around 7:00am to 7:15am. They were required to register at the registration booth which were located at the old assembly point. After registering, the new students would know which class they have been put into.

After registering, parents and students proceeded to Dewan Block A. They started off with a speech by our principal Pn Zuraidah. Pn Zuraidah’s speech was very inspiring and comforting. The school band then performed. They performed a Bruno Mars medley and also 'Cake by the Ocean' by DNCE.

The students were given a tour around the school. Then they proceeded to their respecting classes. The parents got to know their children's class teacher. While their parents were talking to their children's respective class teachers, the students collected their text books at the SPBT room.

Around 12:30pm, everyone was dismissed. This was a new beginning for the 13 year old students because it would be their first time experiencing secondary school life.

By: Ethan Richard

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