First of all, would like to thanks Samsung Malaysia and Nuffnang, for the invitation to Laundry at The Curve. It is a very special experience for me because Samsung is trying to gather supporters / medias / bloggers and cheer for Datuk Lee Chong Wei in his final match against Lin Dan from China.
Tables fill up with mini Malaysia flags, some cheering stuff as whistle, mini firework and more.
Merryn with her Samsung T Shirt, biggest size of this T-shirt is XL size only, I can't fit it.
The big hand of Samsung and mini Malaysia flag.
I wanted to do face painting in order to support DLCW, but at the end give up the idea because I don't feel like having any painting on my face or hand. One of the major reason is: there is too many people queue for it.
Foods & drinks is prepared by the event itself.
I was glad that I reach the place very early so I can find a good spot and sit on it. The crowd at Laundry (inside / outside) is getting pack and more people focus on the match!
Very unfortunate that Datuk Lee Chong Wei didn't win against Lin Dan in the final, score: [R1:21-15], [R2:10-21], [R3:19-21]. DLCW himself do his best already and all I wish is he can recover asap from his injury and fight again in next Olympics.
Once does not simply shave his own facial hair and win the gold medal in the final match!
At the very first round, Lin Dan didn't play his best because . . . [crap] he didn't even shave himself on this very important match! Lin Dan also show tons of inhuman move and technic to chase the score, at first and the last round DLCW manage to pressure Lin Dan by not letting him score more point, but at the end Lin Dan won the game by his best play.
The best cheerleaders award goes to room8five! Hahah just kidding! Because we scream and cheer for it til sore throat.
[Link] One of the best match about Datuk Lee Chong Wei win against Lin Dan on last year 2011.
I believe DLCW can do it again! One of the main reason why I watch badminton is because of him. Let's hope DLCW recover his injuries asap and train himself more awesome than Lin Dan!
Thanks for reading, by Kian Fai.