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TMA 5th Anniversary cum Annual Ball 2010 - Review
6 Nov 2010  

Our 5th Anniversary party cum TMA Annual Ball 2010 has brought us to a wonderful evening on Friday, 5th November.  There were over 350 guests including members and friends who helped make it such a fantastic and chanting evening at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Hong Kong.   

 

Mr. Eddie Yue, Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and our Chairman, remarked on his warm welcome to the guests and thanked all who made efforts to help TMA achieve so much in 2010.  In particular, he also mentioned about the new professional qualification framework to be introduced in 2011.  He praised the Association’s work in the past five years.  The event commenced with great enjoyment after the kick off Lighting up ceremony and the Cake cutting ceremony together with board members.  Many shared the light moment with good wine.  

 

With the exciting music played by renowned Eddieman band and the hot atmosphere brought up by our charming MC, Miss Vivian Lau, guests of the evening enjoyed so much the fun, the mingle and the entertainment.  The Ball was peaked with the dancing session led by the performing star of the evening, Ms. Maria Cordero and her two beautiful girls.  The Lucky Draw as the highlight of the evening brought our guests to an even higher flush of excitement with all nice gifts. 

 

Most participants had an exotic evening and brought home with a hearty smile and our remembrance - the 5th Anniversary "chocolate box" - sweet enough to create the fond memories.   

 

Thank you all for your support, it was a real blast! 
 

Click the below links to enjoy the pictures of the evening!!

  

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http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=46322&l=49ae4d3848&id=178107765536706  

 

 

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