Jay Chou

OK, so I just found out that a few months ago, we're part of the Jay Chou concert. Well, no big deal for me. But after that 'incident', I was to take on the POS support and reality sank in. I was to prep and also install all 8 POS PCs for the sales of Jay Chou merchandises for all three concert nights. Not only that, once they're OK, I was to help with other matters. Fine.

Then, we're to report from 11AM (9AM on first day) until 1AM. Oh my God.

Yeah, one big OMG and not only that, we're required to setup some other stuff a few days before. Without going much into details, its very tiring and the only thing I could do after each night was to sleep. But on the other hand, I was thankful for being given an all access pass which means I can go to most places (except his room), get better meals and well, loads of softdrinks. Plus, yeah, access to aircons. You might want to laugh at these things which I took for granted but when you're 'out there', outside the hot and humid Putra Stadium, they are precious little treats.

But for most of the time, I was helping inserting batteries for those pink light sticks and on the last day, repairing them and some other stuff. I was so happy that the lightsticks were sold out two hours before the last concert.

Anyway, there are a lot of things I found out that I did not know. For instance, I COULD apply for tickets and all. Damn.
Bear in mind, this is just a poster. But, I was surprised that as the day
wore on, many posed in front. And as each concert night came, a lot
of fans posed in front of it. The amount of crowds that was there and
the types of poses would, well, astound you.

I say the first 10 minutes of the last day of the concert and it was brilliant, what
with those LED panels, fireworks and jumping platforms, etc. But after that, I
noticed my ears were ringing.
If he comes next year, I am prepared because I have friends and families to treat.

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