2014 MBSalumni Open Bowling Tournament RESULTS PDF Print E-mail


The Alumni wishes to thank everyone who have attended the MBSalumni Open Bowling Tournament 2014 recently held at Kuala Lumpur Megalanes.



The tournament was set to start at 2 p.m. but people have started to gather by 1.30 p.m. Committee members of the Alumni arrived by 1.00 p.m. to set up the event and direct the participants into their respective bowling lanes. Door gifts (alumni key chain) were given to all the participants of the event before the start of the tournament. The tournament then started at 2.30 p.m.. The start of the bowling games was smooth with most participants eagerly waiting at their respective lanes to put their hands on the bowling balls, and at the same time refreshments were distributed to all participants. A photographer was assigned by the President to cover the events. And a team of students from the "Pendidikan Khas" side accompanied by their teacher participated. Few old boys even took the chance to submit their membership application forms to the Alumni. 60 players participated with 4 persons in a team and every teams given 3 games.


There was a late start for Team 5 and Team 9 due to the late arrival of their teammates. As the games progressed and ended, focus was on Team 6 and Team 5 as they were the last two teams to finish their games and the teams consisted of several former state players and former school representatives. At the finish, score sheet were immediately printed out to determine the respective winners of the bowling event. At the same time the President gave a thank you speech to all the participant, while later Mr. Choo Yew Kuen announced all the winners of the event. The President and Vice President were invited to present prizes to the winners.





First Prize :

1) Chay Wei Hong
2) Yeoh Siew Sam
3) Yong Teck Joo
4) Kah Weng Fhai


Second Prize :

1) Fong Wing Wey
2) Liew Kok Wah
3) Mickey Chua
4) Toh Kah Kit


Third Prize :

1) Chung Van Li
2) Chung Jun Li
3) William Lor
4) Danny Kok


High Score

1) Chung Jun Li (Male Category)

2) Chery Ang (Female Category)


MBSKL Students Placement

1st Place : Ng Sze Huo
2nd Place : Muhammad Khairi Abdullah
3rd Place : Andrew Ong Wai Seng


Appreciations :

1) Wong Hsien Loong
2) Pn. Loi of MBSKL "Pendidikan Khas"
3) Mrs. Selena of PIBG
4) Mr. Choo Yew Kuen, Secretary of MBSKL Alumni Association


Mr. Choo (secretary of the Alumni) welcoming the participants of the tournament and giving instructions to the players.


Cheah Kitt Seong (organiser) and his friends.


Ron Leong (committee member) in a state of jubilant.


A player in full swing.


Students from MBSKL "Pendidikan Khas" class.


Chung Van Li


V. President of the Association Mr. Au Peng Wah congratulating Charlie Ng (committee member).

President of the Association Mr. Ho Chee Wah having a chat with participants after their games ended.

MBSKL students

V. President Mr. Au Peng Wah awarding Wisely Chung "High Score" pennant for male category.

V. President Mr. Au Peng Wah awarding Chery Ang "High Score" pennant for female category.

Third prize winners.

Second prize winners.

First prize winners with their hamper.

Mr. Au Peng Wah awarding "Appreciation" pennant to Mrs. Selena from PIBG.

MBSKL 10th K.L. Air Scout Group at the tournament.

Alumni president Mr. Ho Chee Wah and Mickey Chua.

MBSalumni Open Bowling Tournament 2014 PDF Print E-mail



Dear Alumni members, 


The Alumni will be organising a bowling open tournament on the 22th March (Saturday) at Megalanes Kuala Lumpur, Endah Parade. The details are below :


Location : K.L. Megalanes, Endah Parade, SRI PETALING
Format : 4 in a group and a maximum 3 games allocated per person
Time : 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Price : RM40 per person (which includes 3 games, rental of bowling shoes, a drink and a snack)
Prizes : Hampers for first prize and pennants for first to third place and alumni key chains for all 60 players
Public Transport : LRT Bukit Jalil and an estimated 10 minutes walk to Endah Parade
Closing Entry Date : 20 March (6 p.m.)
Last minute entry will not be entertained unless the target of 60 players are not reached.
The format of team allocation will be decided by Mr. Choo Yew Kuen.
And for those who are unable to join the game may also come to support and meet old friends for the sake of old time.
Please consider circulating this news to your friends.
Go Forward MBS!
MBSalumni "Golden Alumnus" Luncheon PDF Print E-mail

“MBSalumni “Golden Alumnus” Luncheon”
(For MBSians aged 65 and above)

Date: 7 January 2012
Time: 12 noon onwards

Venue: Pik Wah Restaurant, Jalan Hang Jebat
(MABA building, next to MBS)

Tickets are priced at RM25 each

Contact Person: Mr. Low Kong Ming 012-630 6119

Come and reunite with your classmates, rekindle long-lost friendships, forge new ties and have an enjoyable time reliving the MBS Spirit!

MBSalumni Annual Dinner 2011 - An Evening of Camaraderie PDF Print E-mail


The strong and melodious voice of Tan Soo Sze and The Roses, featuring the Tina Turner of Malaysia, captured the attention of the audience on the evening of 25th June at the Ballroom of the Prince Hotel. Indeed, it was the MBSalumni dinner, an occasion to meet up with classmates and friends who had probably not met for a long time. This explained the justification for the noise level. But it was fun and great fellowship as MBSians from the 50s to the 90s greeted each other with warm hugs and handshakes. Of course, to complement the spirit of camaraderie, there was the free flow of the golden liquid. I was told that some old boys sponsored five barrels of beer, let alone the spirits that were BYO. The MBSalumni Dinner was organized for a reason or reasons.


The Alumni Association of MBS has always been working closely with the secondary and primary schools. In particular, it assists the secondary school in projects and activities that benefit the student population. A cheque of RM100,000 was presented to Mr Wong Chee Keong, the Principal of MBSSKL (below), for the purpose of upgrading the computers in both the multimedia labs. Then a cheque of RM17,000 was subsequently presented to the 10th Kuala Lumpur Air Scout Group to fund the scouts’ participation in regional jamborees. I must say, the Alumni Association is extremely generous for a good cause in education. Some of us might remember that the money was raised in the charity concert, ‘The Moon Speaks for my Heart’ – a remembrance of Teresa Teng. We have to congratulate the MBSalumni Management Committee for its great effort in raising the fund, and of course thanks too, is due to our old boys and girls who responded generously to this charity drive.


Received by Mr. Choo Yew Kuen (right), person in charge of the MBSKL 10th K.L. Air Scouts Troop


The Organizing Committee had little time in putting together this dinner. But the evening turned out to be fabulously successful. 26 tables were taken up. This is the MBS spirit that will always be admired. After so many years, the old boys and girls still have the love and sentiments for their alma mater. Could this closeness be the result from the ‘chopping ball’ on the field? 

Robinson Pan, an MBS alumnus, did a good job as MC. MBS has talents. And Kuan Jenhan, also an alumnus, could testify to it. He was the stand up comedian. The audience enjoyed his little jibes at our Malaysian personalities. Perhaps his punch lines could have been louder and slower so that the diners further from the stage could hear them distinctly.




The evening also witnessed something admirable. Honour thy teachers. Puan Sri Pooma Devi Tharmalingam or popularly know as Mrs. Tharmalingam in the MBS Primary School was honoured as an Honorary Member of the MBSalumni. Unfortunately, she was unable to join us for the dinner. Mr. Kumar Tharmalingam, his son, received the award on her behalf.


Mr. Kumar receiving the award on behalf of his mother from MBSalumni President C.Q. Teo


There were speeches for the occasion. In a lighted-hearted humour, Dato’ C.Q. Teo corrected the MC that he was the de facto President of the Alumni Association. The AGM was held in the afternoon on the same day but the committee has not got down to electing the President yet but it is absolutely certain that C.Q. will continue to lead the Association. In his speech, C.Q. thanked the members for responding positively to the AGM. What is important now is for the Management Committee to work towards a more dynamic Association, especially in the areas of membership and the development of the clubhouse. He appealed to all present who have not yet applied to be members to do so immediately. Without a strong membership, the Association will be weak. He thanked the old boys and girls for coming together in this MBSalumni dinner and also the members of the Organizing Committee. 

Mr Wong Chee Keong, in his speech, thanked the Alumni Association for the great contributions to the school. He said that the school is indeed blessed to have such a symbiotic relationship that he hopes will continue. Ms. Suzie Khor, the Headmistress of the Primary School, expressed her gratitude for the support of the Alumni Association towards the well-being of the school. She identified three things that require immediate attention and she hopes that the Alumni Association will look into them. 

Indeed, the MBSalumni Dinner was an evening in renewing our fellowship and the members are looking forward to more MBS functions.



The uniformed bodies and student leaders of MBS. The Boys' Brigade are not in the photo as they had to leave earlier.


Dr. Eric Wong 





10 June 2011

To: Members of the
Methodist Boys’ School Kuala Lumpur Alumni Association



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