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Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia

DAILY COMPETITION SCHEDULE
Wednesday (14th July 2010)
Time 1900hrs Badminton
Thailand Vs Philippines Indonesia Vs Singapore Thailand Vs Singapore Indonesia Vs Philippines Malaysia Vs Brunei

Event

Venue Kuala Lumpur Badminton Stadium

WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, 14/07/2010

ASEAN

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Basketball Indonesia vs Singapore ( Girls ) Malaysia vs Vietnam ( Girls ) Thailand vs Indonesia (Boys) Malaysia vs Singapore (Boys) Artistic Gymnastic Competition I ( M. A. G ) Golf ( Boys and Girls ) First Round Hockey Indonesia vs Malaysia Singapore vs Brunei Malaysia vs Thailand Sepak Takraw Philippines vs Malaysia Brunei vs Singapore Thailand vs Malaysia Indonesia vs Brunei

MABA Stadium, Kuala Lumpur

National Sports Council Gymnasium 1 Impian Golf Club, Kajang, Selangor National Sports Council Tun Razak Hockey Stadium,Kuala Lumpur Precint 11 Communities Hall, Precint 11, Putrajaya

Morning : No rain Afternoon : Rain Night : No rain Minimum : 25 °C Maximum : 33 °C
Source : Ministry of Metreology Malaysia

SELAMAT DATANG WELCOME YIN DEE DTON RAB CHAO MUNG KYO SO BA TIH MALIGAYANG PAGDATING
By : Daniel and Chuah Jia Ni Photo By : Zainul Ariffin

MALAYSIA

PHILIPPINES

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (12 - 21 of JULY 2010)
Date Events 12 Mon Opening Ceremony 13 Tue 15 16 17 18 19 Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Opening ceremony by Hon. Tan Sri Dato Haji Muhyiddin Bin Haji Mohd. Yasin Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Closing ceremony by Dato Dr. Ir Wee Ka Siong Deputy Minister of Education ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ ¸ 13 Tue 14 Wed 20 Tue 21 Wed Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium Kuala Lumpur Badminton Stadium MABA Stadium Kuala Lumpur National Sports Council Gymnasium 1 &3 Impian Golf Club, Kajang Selangor National Sports Council Tun Razak Hockey Stadium Olympic Hall, Bukit Jalil Sports School Presient 11 Communities Hall, Prescient 11 Darul Ehsan Aquatic Center, Shah Alam National Sports Council Stadium Subang Jaya Municipal Council Indoor Venue

Closing Ceremony Badminton (B, G & Mixed) Basketball (B & G) A. Gymnastics & Gymnastics R. (B & G) Golf (B & G) Hockey (B)

alaysia wishes you a warm welcome. We present ourselves as the host of the 2nd ASEAN Schools Games with great pleasure. Holding a high sense of commitment, we hope to provide you with the outmost hospit the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium today, tality and amazing experience students were all dressed in striking colours to throughout your participation and celebrate the grand opening of the 2nd ASEAN School your stay here.

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Games 2010. Officiating this special event, the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Y.A.B Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Muhyiddin bin Haji Mohd Yassin fired the opening shot that marked the beginning of the games. Held from 12th to 21st July, 2010, the 2nd ASEAN Schools Games marked the first time for Malaysia to be the host country. According to the Deputy Prime Minister (PM), the 2nd ASEAN Schools Games gathers ASEAN youths “in the spirit of sportsmanship to foster greater friendship and understanding among ASEAN nations.” “ASEAN Schools Games can be regarded as a junior version of our SEA Games”, said the Deputy PM, hence the school athletes can measure their performance in preparation for the SEA Games. “This event will be a significant milestone in the lives of our young men and women here,” added the Deputy PM.

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Advisor YBhg. DATO’ ASARIAH BINTI MIOR SHAHARUDDIN

Logo 2nd ASG 2010
The Petronas Twin Towers is a symbol of Malaysia’s pride in its ability to fulfill its national aspirations. The towers represent the determination of all Malaysians to move forward with the nation’s development agenda. The unity and determination of Malaysians of all creeds and backgrounds in their pursuit of the hopes and aspirations of the nation is encapsulated in the 1 Malaysia concept. These values’ are reflected in the colours of the Games logo which represents the ASEAN spirit of peace and harmony. The colour “green” represents ASEAN’s commitment to the greening of the world while the pendulum symbolizes the spirit of sportsmanship among ASEAN nations.

Deputy Director General of Education (Teacher Development Professionalism Sector)

Reported By : Daniel Chiam Photograph by :Mohd Hanafee bin Mohd Zaki

Sport Is The Way To Go

Director
Director Teacher Training Division

Dr. HAJI ZAHRI BIN AZIZ

Deputy Director EN. ABDUL HALIM BIN ABDUL RAZAK
Deputy Director Teacher Training Division

Track & Field Manager Meeting

Secretary EN. SHAH ANUAR BIN HARUN
Chief Deputy Director Teacher Training Division

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Reported by : Jega Divashini and Nur Atiqa Photograph by :Aminina

Reported by : Jega Photograph by :Jega

Thai Contingent : We Should Win

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Mascot 2nd ASG 2010
Name : Juara The tiger is synonymous with Malaysia and South East Asia and it symbolizes strength, bravery, speed and agility – all the traits that we desire in our athletes. The tiger’s golden coat is reminiscent of the colour of the medal to which every athlete aspires. The strength of the tiger also represents the strong bonds of friendship and understanding among the people of ASEAN. The tiger personifies the hopes and aspirations of the partcipants of this sporting event.

he team managers from all contingents gathered at Pendeta Za’ba College to clarify technical matters on the track and field events. Questions on training schedules and dates of actual events were put forward for further clarification. The hammer throw and the discus throw events will be held at different venues situated a few metres from the main venue. Apart from that, the contingents are encouraged to use their own sports equipment for the respective events. However, they have to register the equipment to be used first. The results for each event will be given in both hard and soft copies. For the winning teams, they have the honour to receive the prizes from their own officials.

adam Tirana from the Thailand contingent, is really proud to represent her country for this grand event as she says “...for my own land.” According to her, Thailand had practised for nearly a year to make sure that they repeat their stellar performance and win the ASEAN Schools Games this year with at least 20 gold medals with 10 gold medals just for gymnastics.

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n preparing for the 2nd ASEAN Schools Games, the Ministry of Education (MOE) has promoted sports throughout the nation. The MOE has trained Physical Education teachers for school children. Moreover, they have also encouraged sports clubs and teachers to be actively involved in sports activities. Madam Ee Hong, the director of the sports, arts and co-curriculum, commented that it is the effort of everyone to develop our nation’s sportsmanship. While she anticipates that Malaysians will win the games, she also stresses the importance of developing the value of sportsmanship among participants.

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Malaysia Contingent : A Great Honour And A Great Responsibility
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adam Marina Chin feels it is an honour to head the Malaysian contingent for this year’s ASEAN Schools Games. This year, this contingent targets 50 gold medals and the Malaysian athletes are all geared up to emerge as the champion.

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Background of ASEAN Schools Sports Council

AND THE HEAT IS ON!
Nasi Lemak & Sambal Ikan Bilis
By : Q Photo : Riza Azziff Azhari

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rior to 1978, the four ASEAN from 3 – 6 December 2008. The outcome of the meeting in countries comprising of Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and Malay- Cebu City, Philippines heralded a new sia met and discussed on a formation chapter in the ASSC events whereby all twelve sports in its of a sports body governing calendar were merged all sports programmes and and organized on a carniactivities for school val basis known as The children in ASEAN counASEAN Schools Games tries. (ASG). The ASG, similar In April 1978, a to a mini SEA meeting was held in Games, is to be held Jakarta, Indonesia where annually beginning 2009. ASSC was formed. The This landmark decision founding members of was a manifestation of ASSC were Indonesia, ASEAN rigorous discussion over Malaysia, Singapore and the two Technical ComThailand. At present, ASSC mittee meetings held in Singapore is made up of eight members with additional membership from Philip- on the 18 - 21 June 2007 and in Malaypines, Brunei, Vietnam, and Cambo- sia on 4 - 7 December 2007. The organization of ASSC has dia. The ASSC celebrated its 30th evolved into an interesting developAnniversary in 2008 during the ments, such as the chairmanship of the ASEAN Schools Sports Council 58th council will be on a rotation basis Technical Committee Meeting and where each member country will 45th Management Committee Meet- preside over the chairmanship on a ing held in Cebu City, Philippines two year term commencing 2004.

Nasi Lemak is the national dish of Malaysia. It's eaten any time. If you are a citizen of Malaysia, you'll eat Nasi Lemak at breakfast, lunch, dinner...... Any time of the day! It's cooked in coconut milk, with pandan leaves and even ginger or a stalk of lemon grass. Nasi Lemak is available on almost every street corner and in almost every localthemed restaurant, served with everything from chicken to beef to cuttlefish.

he colourful 2nd ASEAN Schools Games opening ceremony captivated the international audience. Kwang Hwa Chinese Secondary School brass band got the audience fired up with an enthusiastic performance, followed by two songs

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rendered by two young students. The march past of contingents from 8 participating countries, accompanied by 5 marching bands entered the field to a rapturous audience. This energetic entrance was followed by the 1Malaysia dance, embodying the

multi-racial nature of this country. A teacher from SK Bukit Pantai, Mr. Cheng Jui Kia, noted that this opening ceremony had portrayed the 1 Malaysia concept very successfully as it displayed the togetherness among multi-racial Malaysians.

“Alhamdulillah, my business is good today,” said Madam Alina, a hawker outside the Cheras Football Stadium. She had been there since 8.00 a.m.

HAPPY!
By : Sugeetha Photo : Jega

Smiles could be seen on the cute faces of Bandar Baru Seri Petaling 2 primary students. In blue, they performed the 1Malaysia dance. They are all from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. “We are happy!” exclaimed the students. They were so excited to perform the dance although they had to perform in the blazing hot sun. They were eagerly waiting for their turn to perform since 7 am . Their determination made the performance a success and it captured everyone’s attention.

INGREDIENTS: and was glad of her roaring business . Nasi Lemak: There was a big crowd in front of her stall as many people were buying 1 cup rice burgers, sausages and drinks 3 screwpine (or pandan) leaves salt to taste throughout the opening ceremony. It could be because she was able to com- 1 grated coconut municate in the English Language with the athletes and delegates from Preparation: other countries who patronised her Clean the rice and drain. Squeeze out 2 cups of thick coconut milk with stall. Business was good all day! screwpine leaves. Add in salt. If you desire, you can also add in some sliced shallots and ginger. Cook the rice in a rice cooker. Serve this rice with sliced hard-boiled eggs, cucumber and sambal ikan bilis.

The Philippines are here to Win
By : Chuah Jia Ni Photo : Riza Azziff Azhari

Thumbs Up for Kepong Secondary School’s Choir
By : Syaifullah and Chuah Jia Ni Photo : Jaja

First time here in Malaysia, the Filipinos are fired up and ready to win this 2nd ASEAN Schools Games 2010. With the strength of 23 officials and 64 athletes, arriving here at 3am today, the contingent overcame their tired-

ness with a fighting spirit to make their mark in this ASEAN School Games. “We expect to win,” said Alyanna, who will be competing in the Basketball event. Her teammate, Cheskie Tantoco, claimed she was “excited and overwhelmed” to be here in Malaysia and representing her country. “We hope to bring home the championship,” said Cheskie when asked about her hopes and expectations in this ASEAN Schools Games. Indeed, the Philippines are here to win and make their mark. hockey team will perform well. Although the team has only had two weeks of practice, he has strong faith in them. He added that he is satisfied with the warm reception from the host. Mr.Iuuan believes that ASG will run smoothly and achieve its goals. Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best.

Kepong Secondary School’s choir, with the strength of 200 members and conducted by Zachary and Moo De Qing, had caught the audience’s attention with their four melodious songs entitled ‘Standing in The Eyes of The World’, ‘Perpaduan Bangsa’, ‘Gemuruh’, and ‘Together We Are One’. Their one month’s practice has proven worthwhile through their great performance at the ASG2 opening ceremony.

Learn a phrase a day:
Selamat pagi : Good morning Selamat tengahari : Good afternoon Selamat malam : Good night Apa khabar? : How are you? Khabar baik : Fine Terima kasih : Thank you Sama-sama : You are welcome

PROUD TO BE HERE
By : Sugeetha Photo : Jega

Mr. Iuuan, a member of the hockey panel, is proud to represent his country for the ASG 2010. He hopes that Indonesian

Do you know what my favorite part of the game is? The opportunity to play.

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Worthwhile Effort… Rewarding Sacrifice
By Yasmin Photo : Rizza Azzif

By Alicia Lim and Banu Photo : Suhaib Despite hailing from different countries, all participating contingents come with the same goal: To Be The Best

In Diversity, We Unite....

With only 2 days of practice, 2100 teacher trainees entertained the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium with their splendid human graphic presentation and cheers. These teacher trainees were selected from various teachers training colleges around the Klang Valley and Negeri Sembilan. They portrayed their determination and commitment for the

event as some of them had to travel as early as 4.30am for training. According to Mr Shah Anuar bin Harun, Assistant Director, Teacher Training Division, the human graphic presentation livened up the opening ceremony of 2nd ASEAN Schools Games.

Indonesia (athletes) “Atletik Indonesia Jaya!” used by the Indonesian Athletics coach to motivate his athletes Jenny Arista, 16, Jessica Kleopatra, 17, and Natasya S. Horman, 17. They will be competing for the coveted gold medals in the shot put, 200 m sprint and hurdles events respectively. Philippines National Filipino Doubles Champions, Peter Gabriel Magnaye, 18 and Philip Jepor Escuesta, 16, aim to do their best to emerge as the inaugural

10 minutes
By Yasmin Photo : Mohd Hanafee 10 minutes was all it took for the Victoria Institute Cadet Corps Band to captivate the spectators in the stadium. The band that was founded in 1909 won gold medals at the 2009 World Band Challenge in Modena, Italy. They performed three songs, including a tribute song to Michael Jackson. This was accompanied by creative and entertaining formations with flags , mesmerizing the spectators.

by Alicia Lim and Banu 106 flag bearers from three secondary schools; SMK Perimbun, SMK Pandan Mewah and SMK Pandan Indah proudly paraded to both ends of the field during the opening ceremony of the 2nd ASEAN Schools Games 2010 at the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium. The flags showcased symbolised the 106 medals vied for in the games. Lead flag bearer, Mohd. Syazwan bin Ismail, 17, was proud of the opportunity given to pilot the parade. To him, the synchronisation of the parade’s movement epitomized co-operation and unity among young Malaysians.

Stripes of 1Malaysia

A smooth start…
By Yasmin The sepak takraw team managers’ meeting was held at Pendeta Za’ba College. Six countries will be participating in this event namely Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore and Malaysia. During the meeting, the Games Technical Cooordinator for sepak takraw gave a briefing on the general rules and regulations of the game. He also updated them on the latest changes which are based on the International Sepak Takraw Federation (ISTAF). Mohd Zarawi Ravi bin Abdullah, the unit chief of Malaysian School Sport Council mentioned that the Mas Gajah ball will be used for the tournament. Lastly, he hoped that the tournament would be a success and would run smoothly as planned.

Brunei Netball Coach, Rosni Hj Yahya “Every player is a star because all of them train hard despite numerous commitments as academic students.”