Karaoke at the ASOCIO ICT Summit Gala Dinner

December 25, 2008 at 6:33 am 1 comment

my-karaoke-group2When we were told that each country will have to sing a song during a karaoke session at the ASOCIO Gala Dinner in Hong Kong, I was wondering what to do since I was the only delegate from Pakistan this year because the event was clashing with Eid ul Azha – I was in a state of panic to say the least since the only time I dare to sing is when I am alone in the car driving and singing along to whatever music I have playing on my CD player. Thank God for the Australians who came to my rescue – thanks Kelly, Lisa and Ian. We formed a group comprising of Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan. Here you see us performing “Stand by Me” – gosh we were bad, although it was so late in the evening that no-one else thought so🙂 And you must admit we do look as if we had fun.

lucas-singingIn sharp contrast you had Lucas Lim, the Secretary General of ASOCIO (on the right in this photo). He is such a good singer that he could choose singing as a profession if ASOCIO ever fired him, or if he decided he had had enough of dealing with the likes of us🙂

japanese-teamThe Japanese enjoy their Karaoke. They even had one person on their team who danced around while the others sang.singaporean-choir

The Singaporean team put on a great performance too. All in all, everyone enjoyed themselves and left with fond memories of the great time they had in Hong Kong.

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