Thursday, October 29, 2009


SPM is just around the corner, to be precise it is just 19 days away from today. So, I wish all my fellow friends and peers good luck and all the best (indirectly wishing myself as well). May we pass with flying colours and once again, gambate!!

PS: My trip to the US is sponsored by AYA (Academic Year in America). I am now a AYA student! In any case that you're interested to know what's AYA all about, do visit

Saturday, October 24, 2009

US awaiting...

Letters in, I am tentatively leaving for the United States on 13 th January 2010.

PS : 2nd dose of Hepatitis A & B jab taken...

Friday, October 23, 2009


Here are the scrumptious, tantalizing, mouth watering muffins that will SURELY tempt you...

A sneak peek...

Halloween promotion at Dessert's Bar


Cobweb muffins signifying Halloween

Couldn't post up the zombie cookies from they are now in my stomach...*evil grin*

Thursday, October 22, 2009

A Token of Appreciation

A picture is worth a thousand words...

A great MESSAGE by a great TEACHER...

Saturday, October 17, 2009


HAPPY DEEPAVALI to all Indians!!! Spread the festive spirit to all Malaysians regardless races and skin colours, and it's time for us to live up to the "1 Malaysia" concept. We shall all congregrate and celebrate this joyous occasion together. Don't forget to eat as much as you can, enjoy the most out of this occasion!

Oh yea, Miss Astro grand final is scheduled today!

All the best to my favourite contestant 10 Belle!
Her picture may not do much justice, but she's smart, confident and looks simply stunning on screen.
(I like her hair too)
That's all for now. HAPPY DEEPAVALI to the Indians and HAPPY HOLS to the non-Indians!!!
PS : Fireworks at midnight!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Showers of Joy

What a great day after a tiring long day in school. Moral and Sejarah were disastrous as my hands are now in agony after writing so much for both papers. I battled my ass off to write as fast as I could but I think I didn't do well. Anyways, that's not the main point of today's post. I am here today to express my gratitude to God and all the people that have lended me their support all this while. For it may be a little awkward to say it out here, but I have to say that I am truly truly grateful to have these people around me. With that, I would like to declare myself as the YES Scholar for the batch 2010!!!!!!!!! I am officially a YES Scholar!!! Well, not exactly official yet, but Miss Siti called and informed me that I am guaranteed a place to the United States. Guarantee letters would be sent to all 40 candidates ASAP. Fiuuuu, need to continue taking my immunization jabs and make my passport soon! Once again, thank you God for all your blessings. Thank you for all your support, dad,mum,por por,kor kor, and friends (you know who you are) last but not least AFS Malaysia and AFS USA.

Cheers! Have a nice day peeps!

Friday, October 9, 2009

Starting off as just friends...

A glance around a crowded restaurant confirmed that in our trendy modern world, it is not out of the ordinary for a woman to enjoy the company of a man whom she isn't in a relationship with.
If you dare tell a 21st century woman that she cannot catch up with her male friends, she'll most likely laugh and do it anyway, just to prove to you that she can. There is also the never ending debate of whether a man and woman can truly be "JUST FRIENDS" and there are usually an equal amount of people who say yes and no. Perhaps it is in all of us, that little twinge of discomfort that we often brush away when we are sharing a happy moment with someone other than our partner. Enjoying the company of a member of the opposite sex is far from constituting infidelity, so why should we feel bad? The evolution of the interaction between men and women has certainly made it easier for us to be in a platonic relationship. Spending time alone repeatedly with a member of the opposite sex is not a crime, but it is also putting ourselves in a position where we are able to understand them better, to laugh at their jokes, to see their kind nature and keen intelligence and to fall in love, if not, lust. Most of the time, things happen naturally. That is why we would just need to go with the flow. If you're just seeking for a great friendship, then be moderate in your interaction with the opposite sex, but yet don't feel too awkward or seem too stern in keeping a distance away from the opposite sex. It is good to have friends from the opposite sex because then, you would have a variety of friends in your social circle.You would never know what is ahead of your journey with the opposite sex. So the BEST answer is to stay put to the saying that goes "just go with the flow".

Just a little of my opinion on relationships after reading Xandria Ooi's article...


Monday, October 5, 2009

Mooncake Festival

I had a chance to go for a dine out with my uncle and cousin during the mooncake festival on was a great dinner as I had the chance to taste white and red wine! Initially, I didn't want to drink, bt since a glass was already placed right in front of me, how could I resist it! I was only offered a little, as I could see that mum was going to stop me from drinking anytime if I insist for more. I preferred red tasted not too bad, with the sweetness and a little bitterness.

That's all for now...exams tomorrow! *shivers*

Friday, October 2, 2009


I am unhappy with the fact that we have another exam coming next week!Hello???We just finished our trial! Is the school aware that SPM students are not supposed to be put under immense pressure at this moment?I mean...having exams sound good as a form of training but it's too the time SPM is here, we would just be mentally exhausted. Oh man...I would rather they have exams in July then followed by trial in August! I can only accept the fact that exam is next week and I have to practically browse through my mountaining books and papers again. At least we deserve another week of rest...but now it's time for another marathon, an even more nerve wracking one!

Feeling ridiculous...

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Hey peeps!Check this out...

The girls' marching team celebrating after
competition...That was when I got the best platoon leader!By the way, we were trying to
strike a pose of what we did in our formation.
Our motto: KEMANUSIAAN TERAS PERPADUAN!(if I was not wrong)

Jia Ying, Jocelyn and Dinesh...
We managed to take a picture during RCM while watching the members.
Credits to Vincent (the cameraman)
So, those were the days. These are just 1/10 of the pictures in my collection. (I only took the ones that I felt were presentable) I am kind of missing those moments so imagine after leaving school, I would be dying to be part of these activities. Even more, I can't be here with the juniors especially for their CAMP! Anyways, it was really a great journey with the F5s BOD and the juniors throughout 2009. I would treasure these memories forever, at least till I am 50 years old. LOL.
That's about it for now. Just wanted to drop by to post something that has significance to me.
PS : I got 8A 2 B (damn EST!) Vee Li would be elated with my results...because he has beaten me in the trial.

A short post had made my day! here I am again. Got back my results today and it was surprisingly beyond my expectations...anyway, I am happy that I have improved. But to think of it, I now don't need my trial results to apply for college. I have to use my SPM results after coming back from the US. I had this thought of being oblivious about my performance in trial but then again, I felt that doing well in trial would actually encourage us to do well in SPM...and it's also a form of training!I thank god for the good results! And, today, my english teacher mentioned something about children being self centred. I totally agree with her. Who wouldn't agree with this? We, as children are being so selfish to our parents. When we need their help eg. "Mum, drive me to my friend's", "Kor, help me with those endless projects" and etc. how often they decline us? SELDOM. But when we are asked to run an errand for our parents, here comes our selfish side, eg,"Ayo,tired lar,ma" so and so. I am sharing this with everyone to remind myself not to be stingy, thoughtless and inconsiderate to our loved ones. Of course, take this as a reminder for yourself (whoever that read this post). Be grateful and always lend a helping hand to our family members regardless the reward that we crave for.

Signing off...