One very bright and impressive-looking booth was the SILVER INFOCOMM 123 counter. This is directly under the IDA umbrella.
They attracted many visitors who wanted to find out more about the internet, computer, IT and programmes and resources available.
Just when this hardworking lady D Ho finished explaining to this visitor, she looked up and saw me taking this snapshot.
I spent some time there with a her and other visitors. Since I was there, she pointed me out to other retirees, quoting me as a good example of someone who once was an IT blur king and now an Active Ager IT Champion. I saw the looks on the faces of some of these seniors and retirees registering surprise and respect. But I made them comfortable by confirming what D Ho had said...that the internet and IT is not really difficult for
seniors or retirees like us.
It is a myth that it is only for the young and that older folks have passed their COE date for learning or acquiring some skills or knowledge in this IT area.
After the Indian Dance, we had two ladies conducting an Egyptian-type belly dance workshop.