Written by: Koh Pin Lang
Edited by: Victor Lee
If you like spooky things or think that you have nerves of steel, you should have been to ‘Halloween’, the 1st East Wing Supper of 2011! Aptly named after the popular holiday, Halloween, the supper was certainly well planned to set off the right atmosphere to give all East Wing blockers a good scare. The dining hall was dimly lit when I arrived at 9pm. I was instantly greeted and invited into the dining hall by a man with scary white face that had ‘blood’ slashes on it. The appearance of the dining hall was clearly an unexpected surprise. Instead of the usual staid look, the dining hall was transformed into a haunted mansion with cobwebs hanging about and ‘ghouls’ lurking about. The AB and CD Block Committee were splendidly dressed in theme with witch hats, cloaks, masks and even bed sheets, and I must applaud the creativity of the block comm. members. After writing my name on the back of my door tag for the lucky draw, I prepared myself for the entertaining antics that the ‘ghastly’ block committee had meticulously planned.