Friday, February 24, 2006

what hv u learned in life??

I've learned that you cannot make someone love you. All you can do is stalk them and hope they panic and give in.
I've learned that no matter how much I care, some people are just assholes.
I've learned that it takes years to build up trust, and it only takes suspicion, not proof, to destroy it.
I've learned that you can get byon charm for about fifteen minutes. After that, you'd better have abig weenie or huge boobs.
I've learned that you shouldn't compare yourself to others - they are more screwed up than you think.
I've learned that you can keep puking long after you think you're finished.
I've learned that we are responsible for what we do, unless we are celebrities.
I've learned that regardless of how hot and steamy a relationship is at first, the passion fades, and there had better be a lot of money to take its place.
I've learned that the people you care most about in life are taken from you too soon and all the less important ones just never go away.

by = dun-know-and-dun-care-who-write-this

Thursday, February 23, 2006

My Love Life..

If I can change one particular part of my life, I will definitely consider love as one of the candidates. I can be very very quick in decide something (and very seldom regretting it). However, I am a very undecisive person in love matters. But finally, I ve decided to make an important decision today. I love a girl (I am sure she knows it), but after a lot of consideration, I decide to give up. If you (the girl I mention above) read this, I want to state that I have given up on you, officially from today. I am not the right person for you. If we love someome, we definitely try our best to make her happy. And I have failed to do that. The saddest part is, we are so close yet we are so far.
Thank you for accompanying me during one of the most difficult times in my life (whether you realize it or not).
I will be trying my best to forget my love for you (although I know it is very very hard).
If you face difficult time, you can still count on me. However, I will do it for friendship, not for love. Wish you the very best from now.

/I ve just realized that I was crying while typing. I look tough and independent outside but actually I am weak inside.

Malaysia Boleh!!

I ve just come back from one lovely trip to Malaysia during my recess term (actually I came back to Singapore last nite, but I was very tired to blog).
Here I want to share my experience there.

At 9.30 pm, we all gathered in Boonlay MRT. My 2 frens and I are among the last ones who arrived there.

After around 8 hours sitting in a "almost no space" train, we finally arrived in Kuala Lumpur (I am not very good in writing "how to get there" paragraph, so I will skip that part :p). We had breakfast at 7-11 store. After that, we bought tickets to go to Genting highlands and reached there at around 10 am. We took a nap for a while (actually we can't say 2 1/2 hrs as "a while"). Ronald, "our beloved tour leader" had a very difficult time to wake us up, because we almost didn't sleep the nite before in the "almost no space" train. And it's time to go shopping!! Window shopping has been my favourite since I was young (huh.. and I will join club 20's very soon). But who the hell likes shopping in hungryness? We did have lunch before. Paying almost RM 20 for a bowl of "instant noodle" and a glass of carrot juice sounds stupid, isn't it?

We spent our day in KL. KL is always a heaven for girls (and boys also to be honest). I am amazed with the high buildings there. Petronas was the highest building in the world, and we did visit it. But the "best" part is on the way back from KL to Genting. I sat beside a gay (of course I didn't know that he is a gay before) who "did something" to me (it is disgusting, really. I let u to imagine urselves what had happened to me). I was very shocked. It is a "memorable" experience :p
Do I have a look of a gay? T_T
However, here I want to make a confirmation that I am STRAIGHT and will be STRAIGHT FOREVER. So gays, please.. please.. understand that.

This is the best part of our trip. We played a lot of games in Genting. I played Roller-coaster and a lot of other games. Actually life is like a roller-coaster, sometimes we don't know what will happen to us. What we can do is only trying the enjoy every second of it. And as a christian, I do believe that no matter what happen to me (like no matter what happen to me while I am in roller-coaster), I will be alright.
And after that, we went back to Singapore with lots and lots of beautiful memories.

Friday, February 17, 2006

My All..

"When u work for 13 hours almost without break, without feeling tired, and you dun grumble, that's PASSION."

Yes, that is exactly what happened to me today. As part of my task as Business Manager and Logistics subcommitee for NTUSU Welfare Fest 2006 (the biggest and coolest event in NTU EVER), I have already given my very best for it. I dun work for ECA points (for what? I am a scholar anyway, no need to get so many ECA points). I work because I like to work. I work because I want to make the event successful. Too idealistic? Maybe. But I just do what I should do. That's it. And I am very very satisfied with my own work.

For the past 5 days, I work for the event for maybe around 40 hours. It is even more than 2 times all my classes (Actually I have 20 something classes every week, but I did skip some "not important" ones for that event.) I also slept for only around 5 hours a day for this event. U think I did not study so I can have luxury to sleep 8 hours a day?

Yeah, that's me. If I have committed to do something, I will give my very very best for it. And I can be sure that my work is very very well done. I am a perfectionist anyway. I believe, if we can make something perfect, why we should add some "cracks" in what we do. That's ridiculous.

And for sure, I will be applying for director of NTUSU Welfare Fest 2007 next year. I am still thinking what position I will apply. I have a lot of time to think anyway. But most probably it will be Business Manager, Logistics officer, or Program Manager. The last one is my first choice. This position is cool and I think I have the ability, ambition, and effort for that position. This year's Program manager for this year's Welfare Fest is very good actually, so she no need to compete with me for that position, she can apply for chairman position lah (I am serious, she has everything someone need to become a chairman). I learn a lot from this year's NTUSU Welfare Fest and I will learn everything needed to make me suitable for that position. I am a very hardworking person. I will strike big one day. I am very sure about it.

Friday, February 10, 2006

Learning From China

Last week I played badminton wif my Malaysian roomate, his malaysian frens and his china frens. So you can guess ah what language they spoke while playing badminton. Anyway, I enjoyed playing badminton wif them coz they are all above average players. I was wondering.. how come P.R.C (China) students like "appear everywhere". We can see them in Dean's list (top 5% of the students in one major). We can see them in list of IVPs (school players for sport). We can see them in commitee also. One of my maincommitee in NTUSU Welfare commitee is PRC student. How come? So strange leh..

If you like badminton, and you like to watch badminton match, you will get the answer straight away. Look how China players play. Last year I watched a match of China female double players, Gao Ling / Huang Sui (the last name I am not very sure how to spell) against I-dunno-and-dun-care players. The score was 14-3 for the I-dunno-and-dun-care players in the second set and The China players also lost in the first set. But the China players didn't look like they want to give up that match. They played patiently. For them, It was not the end of the game yet. Slowly but sure, they started to gain some points, and I can't imagine that finally they won 17-15. I thought such a story is just for best-seller novel or inspirational story. But the China players had proved me wrong. And the third set is for the China players. They won 15-5.

If you have chance to visit NTU in Singapore, try to visit our cozy reading rooms in every hall. Try to speak English with some of the students there. If you choose 5 students randomly and you can't find China students (you can know them very easily thru their English accent :p), you can call me and I will treat you a McD set meal for free ^^ Reading room is China students' favourite place. Maybe it's like cafe or shopping mall for them. They love books more than anything else in this world. They love studying and will get asthma if they don't study for 5 minutes. Hahaha, I am kidding lah of course. But really, they really love studying (most of them lah at least).

A lot of people are jealous with them. When a lot of students struggle to pass a subject, a China students can get a distinction quite easily (actually not very easy lah, refer to my previous paragraph). But the question is.. Are we willing to pay the price? Are we willing to spend our free time to study, or revise our lecture notes, or do tutorials? China students are willing to pay a very high price for their success, which a lot of students say "No, thanks." No wonder China students are among the best students here. Or maybe all over the world.