Interacting for a Reason


Members of the student Interact Clubs of Ipoh gathered at St Michael’s Institution (SMI) recently for the International Understanding Day. Aimed at fostering better relationships between members, the event was themed “The American Dream” because youths can identify with one another through American music, films and ways of life. It was a day of fun and fellowship, as the members were entertained by performances. RJ and The Band impressed the crowd with their musical numbers, while Sean Lim did his Michael Jackson jigs. SMI’s two-time state champion military band performed several popular American hits. They also promoted their upcoming concert on April 23. President Beh Ee Jian said, “The American Dream is the national ethos of America where freedom promises the possibility of prosperity and success. We want to inspire them to achieve that.” The highlight of the day was a live performance by local indie rapper, Caprice.