If You Don't do it, You Don't Really Believe it. Some people spend their whole time searching for what's right, but they can't seem to find any time to practice it. Your life story is not written with a pen, but with your actions. To do nothing is the way to be nothing.
Sunday, November 30, 2008
other than that, december is also the month where most of us reflect, and ponder, "hey.. is it a good year for me? do i achieve what i set from the beginning of the year?" and for some, its time for everyone to gather again, and be thankful for our blessings.
turning 20 in a few days, well, i guess thats not quite a big hint, i guess you will receive e-mails from those birthday reminders that mine is coming up.the whislist goes on and on.. but on a serious note, well, they say its not good to tell others what u wish for, but then again, whatever i said here will turn out the opposite anyways.. so,
turning 20, i my whislist is to keep on growing, to keep on improving.in all the ways, especially maturity level. as we all grow older, the resposibility grows too, and at the same time, we are expose to more things. keeping an open mind will help a lot. i know in the past that well, i have a lot of restriction on things. for example i have this prejudice against clubs. but now, i've learnt to accept it as a way for some to relax and let their hair down. but then again, keeping my feet on the ground, exessive clubbing do have its negative side.mayb i would prefer to seat at a jazz bar, having some good finger food and some great company as a form of relaxing but then again, shaking my head to the killer's- mr brightside also have its advantage. the curiousity level of myself should increse, but i guess that takes time, maybe baby step like eating some veg that i won't touch before untill the ultimate test which is eating durian.
i have to say, my biggest critics is also my biggest compliment. i was once been describe by a middle age woman as a person who have a "chip on his shoulder" i was confuse on what that mean, it means, that someone who love to find fault. yes, critics is always hard to swallow, and taking the step of admitting that yes i do sometimes have issues with the people that well, i don like. for what ever reason. the only thing i could do is, to smile and accept those critics that was thrown as turn it into the coal that burn my desire to improve myself. heck, what is perefection? is anyone perfect at all?
there are also question asked on why i have a double standard, and treat those nicer looking ones, better.i guess, being human, or a human nature to note that we all want the best. i guess i was wrong to treat the less attractive one unequally or not as good, as they are the one who will b beside me when am down.those are the people who will bring my feet back on the ground and will wack my head if it grows too big. and for those nice looking one, well there are around u when u are up and no where to be seen when u are down. altho it does apply on case to case basis, am here to admit that i am wrong to treat people in generally with a double standard.
keeping grudge is also something that i gotta take care. sometimes i understand after a while, why people do what they do, and act how they act. mayb for some its out of desperation, mayb for some they think of their own self interest and neglect / sacrifice others feeling.there are some people that i would like to prove a point, there are some that i would like disfigure, but that all the tought when i was pissed. i mean when u are angry, don u feel like hitting that person's face?
but thinking rationally, its better to let it go, and to take it to the next level wish them well. i haven't reach that level of wishing them well, sincerly YET, or even let go of all the things i think they did wrong. although there is always 2 side of a story.
december 2008 well, its certainly a busy month for me, with exams, assignment etc, but i hope, i could spend some time with everyone. thousand apologies if i cant.God bless!
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
things started on saturday, where i was planned to picked up my cousin who arrived by train. knowing them lil kids, i guess i wont mind waking up extra early as 5 a.m to pick them up. but i got sms from mom saying i don need to pick them up. thus i woke up late and have planned with my frens to meet them in kl. as soon as i stepped into the train, my dad called and have a changed of plan. asking me to get my cousin who is in university in KL and get back home after that. pissed i was as all my planned that been approved by my mom have to be altered. another reason to be pissesd is, knowing my cousin a university student, cant she be independent enough to take the train? fuming i was, i try keep on reminding myself that i am here for my cousin, and for his wedding, to help him and try make it flow well.suck everything up, and try to wear a smile, and i end up bringing the kids to watch madagascar. and makan kfc @ jusco near my place.
the big day finally arrive.. woke up at 4 am!
busy making things right..
according to the rule, only at 7.30 sharp that my cousin could get down from the car.so as we arrive at 7 a.m, we just wait in the car. i can see how nervous he wass, double checking everything, asking me if i got the ring, the "ang pau". being the best man, its my first time, and have no idea how it is like... 5 minutes before 7.30 we asked him if he is sure that he wants to get marry, if he want to change his mind, we can just drive off :p
sucking is my speciality
as he fail to answer the question by the "sisters"
and all the other "brother" have to support
cili padi with bread.. yummy
which of these are her lips?
that tought u a lesson huh? for not knowing
the last task was singing
fast forward to the night..
grandmama and the bridgroom's elder brother
suddenly richard wear so smart tonight
probabaly 2 of the happiest ppl other than the married couple
me and richard with the hamster
the guy that intro them
1 big family
what do u get when u add a thai girl and a nepal dude?
with a bling bling that kayne west would be proud of, worth more than 50 cent, rm 75k to be exact!
Thursday, November 20, 2008
i googled for Vladivostok, or rather accidentally. so long ever since i've heard the name. the first time i heard it was when i was learning the world's history or the world's geography. you see, there is this train service called the "trans siberia railways" which connect asia and europe. imagine what an adventure it would have been, if flying from kl to harbin, in china and catch that train via the chinese eastern line. its like travelling in the silk road, cutting through the heart of central asia.it would be a heck of an backpacking adventure, when arrived in moscow from Vladivostok. maybe travelling this way probably not ideal for some, as they would prefer to go to a place that is more vibrant like lam kwai fong, in hong kong, or paris, london or milan or rome, or which ever. guess everyone have their own cup of tea certainly would be delighted if i could have a dslr and go on some back packing trip like that, with some great company, and of course some vodka in russia. but then again, i guess not many would like it, plus with the student budget, its kinda tight to fund such trip.
thinking of graduation in june, and goin for the road trip after that, and spend 3 months in USA with Work & Travel (WAT) USA summer that was posted in the bulletin a few day ago.. ahh.. i got it all planned and sorted- in my dreams lah..
while dr.lee was giving his lecture about diamond, my mind was wondering if we could ever make cultivated diamonds, like how they make the synthic pearls. thus i tought, hey why not that be some business proposal and then i could join the HSBC young entrepenuership competition, when actually i should be listening to dr.lee explainion of how diamond structure etc...
day dreaming of a roadtrip, or entering the HSBC competition in class certainly make me have a lot to catch up upon.. plus makes me feel that there are lots more to gain. so its not the right time to get tied down yet :p... its gonna b a memorable weekend this one, i hope everything just goes smoothly if its not great. off to kickboxing! the first class of the new sem.
Monday, November 17, 2008
By TAN YI FEI Date Posted: 17-11-2008
Barring Policy :
Please take note of the our new barring policy:
Lecturer might bar students based on the following conditions:
i. Student achieved below 30% of the total coursework marks, and
ii. Student’s attendance is below 50%.
30% ?seriously now!
HSBC - Realise your business potential with innovative ideas.
Realise your business potential with innovative ideas.
The annual HSBC Young Entrepreneur Award 2008-09 is back. Once again, we are seeking bright post-secondary students with innovative ideas and a keen interest in business.
This programme is your chance to demonstrate your creativity as well as acquire a wide range of practical business knowledge and skills from workshops organized just for you.
• The Malaysia competition will take place from October 2008- May 2009
• Team will compete for Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards.
• Business proposals that demonstrate a positive impact on and benefit the environment will also be eligible for the Eco-Business Innovation Award.
This is open to full time post-secondary students age 25 or below (as at 30 April 2009) from universities and colleges in Malaysia. Participants must compete in teams or 2 or 3; members can be from the same different schools.
Post-graduate students, self-study students and students studying abroad are not eligible to participate in this competition. A participant cannot be a member of more than one team. Each team is allowed to submit only one proposal.
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• Submit the outline of your innovative business idea at www.asiayea.com.
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• Up to 30 teams will be selected for the second round.
Deadline : 12 December 2008
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For detailed information on the Awards, the format for submissions and the complete rules and regulations, please visit the official website at www.asiayea.com
Sunday, November 16, 2008
graduating in bachelor in business and accounting, its a morale booster for her. especially someone who is a low on confidence sometimes. but she did it, making everyone proud of her.
this was during my holiday where i went for the food tasting. its the first time that i actually have some role to play for a wedding. as you see, there are not much of cousins at an adult age in my mom's side of the family. thus we are kinda closly knit. last year was his sister's wedding, and now his turn.
Sunday, November 2, 2008
this morning, a sunday morning, a suitable place would b to the church. instead my phone rang, God knows who called in the morning. but my dad's cousin came over to visit, so we went breakfst that this new place nearby my house, that i've been to twice last week.
goat kut teh.. God knows, talking bout globalization. 1 think i noticed that there are lots of the waitress from China. am not saying this restaurant have hanky panky business, although the food here is not bad. just around klang, there lots of chinese restaurant is run by chinese national, and again, i shall stress that they don't offer "extra service". Goat kut teh, try it, it suppose to be more healthy than the cousin bak. although they do offer both bak and goat here, and also fishes.