My little Merdeka Model

I told the boss that I wanted to give small Malaysia flags to my young customers. I was glad that he agreed to my idea. Sometimes he could dismiss my idea. He said, 'Yes, do something that's interesting!' So the boss bought some flags for me. At night, it was quiet as it was raining. But when the rain stopped, I could see young customers began to come out and patronize our shop with their parents. 

A regular customer came and he liked what I wrote on the white board. 

" 31 Aug 2013 - Happy Merdeka Day!"

So I asked if his girl would like to have a flag and he was more than happy. But it was not easy as she kept saying, "I don't want!" But her dad kept insisting that she posed for me.

I took a few shots of her and I found one nice one. Wanna know which one? Then hop over to Chang Jiang.

Happy Merdeka!



Comments

  1. cute little girl.. and when she started to pose for the photo shots, it seemed like she couldn't stop!! hahaha.. HAPPY MERDEKA DAY to you too.. :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. she didn't want to pose..
      I just kept on snapping her pictures..

      Delete
  2. Thanks for your visit. It has been a while since we touch base. I's glad you are still blogging, please come by more often. Feel free to link up on Thursdays so that I can visit you too. Best, amanda

    ReplyDelete
  3. Good morning Wenn,

    Happy Merdeka Day to you and your family! Is your shop close on Merdeka Day?

    Enjoy your weekend!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Good morning, Mun!
      Happy Merdeka Day!
      Business is as usual today..

      Delete
  4. Happy Merdeka to you too.. I think you must be busy working...

    ReplyDelete
  5. HAPPY MERDEKA DAY to you and all Malaysians! Cute little girl. :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. What a cute small girl. She was so shy but she obliged in the end.

    Happy Merdeka!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Somebody must vote Chang Jiang as the most customer friendly store that cleberates all seasons in Malaysia! You are really good and make Chang Jiang a WENNderful shop!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I agreed *waving both hands n feet*

      Delete
    2. Me too. Count me in. wennderful idea isn't it.

      Delete
    3. haha..
      thanks for your support!

      Delete
  8. It's a great gift indeed for our little Malaysians. :D

    ReplyDelete
  9. It's very nice of you to give those small flags to the kids! Can educate them at the same time.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Indian wedding

Sweating Out

Goodbye RealRewards