Creativity for Annual Dinner

It’s a pleasurable experience to witness the creativity or courage of people to be outstanding during annual dinner.


There is this one guy who is always eye-catching during my company’s annual dinner every year. He had been crowned as the best dressed for the past 2 years and his creativity or should I say “courage” always surprises me.


For the 1st annual dinner I attended in year 2006, the theme was “Pearl Paradise”. The said creative guy wore the full diving suit! Oxygen tank included!


Dun play play! Full set of diving set!


Pearl Paradise: I purposely bought a hair band with counterfeit pearls for the dinner to suit the theme


Then it came the 2007 annual dinner with the theme of “A Walk down the Memory Lane”. The guy again surprised me by wearing the uniform of primary school, coupled with the nostalgic canvas schoolbag and even brought the bicycle along!


Paiseh.. I only snapped the projected image. He brought the bicycle all the way up to the grand ball room of Hilton, KL!



A Walk down the Memory Lane: I dressed like 陈宝珠!


Next, “Mystery of D’ Oriental” was chosen as the theme for the annual dinner this year. I was in anticipation to witness the creativity of that guy. My guesses were that he would dress up as a Ninja, sumo player or Chinese zombie. Guess what? Those were exactly what we had on stage as finalists for the best dressed award!


I think the sumo guy’s the most creative of all. He made his own costume!


What did I wear for this year’s annual dinner? Well, it’s gonna be my next blog entry…


5 Responses to “Creativity for Annual Dinner”

  1. 1 Cheah November 28, 2008 at 10:01 pm

    sigh, it\’s my turn to think of what to wear for my dept\’s annual dinner 😦

  2. 2 Sim November 28, 2008 at 11:57 pm

    want me help u to post ur photo??

  3. 3 sc November 29, 2008 at 11:29 am

    yea.. a chinese vampire would have been cool!

  4. 4 samantha November 29, 2008 at 2:57 pm

    Lie Wei, any theme for your annual dinner? Maybe I can give some creative suggestions 😉

  5. 5 Cheah November 30, 2008 at 10:04 pm

    Theme shld b sth like masquerade party with fancy/formal dressing, hv to wear mask. anyway, no official word from management yet and it is juz 2 weeks+ away!
    suggestion is truly welcome 🙂

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