Buona Vista Toastmasters Club

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Name: Buona Vista Toastmasters Club
Date registered: August 5, 2013
URL: http://buonavistatoastmastersclub.com

Latest posts

  1. A Gentleman’s mission — May 22, 2017
  2. Alex the Girl — October 8, 2015
  3. Stars — September 25, 2015
  4. Out of Sight, Out of Mind — September 25, 2015
  5. Beautiful Mess — September 23, 2015

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May 08

Prepare To Die

Joseph P3

Speaker: Joseph Ch’ng   “Deng…” (Sound of flight announcement) “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your Captain speaking…” “I have some bad news for you. All four of our engines have stopped. We are currently doing our best to get the plane under control. Please stay calm and if you can, please pray for our safe landing.” My …

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May 05

My Bachelorette party in KL

Pei Geok P3

Speaker: Pei Geok   Good evening, Club President, distinguished guests and fellow toastmasters. My name is Pei Geok and I would be doing project 3: Get to the Point. Today I will be talking about my Bachelorette party which happened in KL a few weeks ago and identify a few elements of a bachelor/ bachelorette …

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May 03

Future of Talking

Joshi P2

Speaker: Shrijan Joshi   Good Evening Mr Toastmaster, fellow Toastmasters, and most distinguished guests, The title of my speech today is: Future of Talking   Do you sometimes imagine a future 50 years from now? I wonder what it would be like? Will there be flying cars? Will it be like Star Trek where we …

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May 01

The Counter State of Embarrassment

Joseph P2

Speaker: Joseph Ch’ng   I was at the Star Vista mall the other day, and I was looking for the toilet. Being in a rushy state, and rather desperate as well… I almost walked into the ladies’ toilet.   And I was “caught”… because a lady was coming out of the toilet… Luckily she didn’t scream… but …

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Apr 28

Rule #5: Harden the F Up

Sandip P2

Speaker: Sandip   Good evening toastmaster of the evening, fellow toastmasters, guests, ladies and gentlemen. I am Sandip and today, I’ll be embarking on my second project with a speech titled Rule #5: Harden the F Up! For those of us who know how to ride a bicycle, I think you would agree with me …

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Apr 26

Lessons from my Braces


Speaker: Pei Geok   Good evening distinguished guests and fellow toastmasters. Today I will be sharing some valuable lessons with you which I learned from this dental treatment, braces, which can be applicable to both personal and professional relationships and lives. I started wearing braces in Apr 2013 and as you can see and I …

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Apr 24

Crossing Borders

Sandip P1

Speaker: Sandip   Good evening Toastmaster of the day, fellow toastmasters, guests, ladies and gentlemen. We always have a single event in life that changes us. 14 Feb 1998, I remember this date not because what 14th Feb represents I was in love, but I had to leave the familiarity of the place I called …

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Apr 21


Pei Geok P1

Speaker: Pei Geok   Good evening, fellow toastmasters and distinguished guests. Today I am starting on my maiden project, the icebreaker speech. I am sure most of you would have gone for interviews and the very first question the interviewer likes to ask is: Tell me something about yourself. So I would like to share …

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Apr 19

Me and My Books


Speaker: Joseph Ch’ng   Hi, my name is Joseph and I like books. Whenever my wife leaves me in the shopping mall so that she could do her own shopping, when she’s done and she comes looking for me, she knows that the place she will always find me is – the bookshop. I recently …

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Apr 17

Results or Growth?

Speaker: Clement Chio   It’s all over the news. In the past week, the parliament debated extensively about various policies that aims to shift cultures and change mindsets about being obsessed with a degree. It may be late for our policy makers to realise this, but our meritocratic result-driven landscape is actually detrimental to society …

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