Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Pre-Convocation photo shoot

Had quite a bit of fun on last Monday, where the whole G1 class took photos together…


The Group 1 members…


If only I had more time… I’d have rearrange the people…


Lee Hui… you really know a lot about make up leh!!!


You even brought your own hair dressing tools to help out… wah!!!


Wearing the robe…


Happily happy people…


I’m sure everyone had fun during this session. But I think we didn’t get a good group 1 photo shoot… so this coming Monday, there would be another informal photo shoot… hopefully it’ll turn out better…

Friday, March 26, 2010

3D movies at home… Possible?


Many TV manufacturers are coming out with their 3D plasma TV for home consumers. Which means, you can bring AVATAR 3D back home to watch! YEAH!


Panasonic is one of the first company to introduce their Plasma with 3D Display technology. You can visit for more information. Nonetheless, you still need to wear the shutter glasses to view the 3D movies. Normal 2D movies can still be watched without the 3D glasses.

And sorry, 2D movies cannot magically be converted into 3D movies… haha… I guess we’ll just have to wait for the technology to arrive…

Thursday, March 25, 2010



那麽多東西要做,Thesis 要寫,Report 要做,Assignment 要交,FYP Presentation 的 ppt 還沒做,還有IPC Presentation,要準備考試,Virology Song 還沒製作完,還得申請要接下去讀書。。。那麽多東西要做。真是喘不過氣來。




Sunday, March 21, 2010

2nd Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2010

The event was held for 3 days, and day 2 comes with night glow of Hot Air Balloons…

It was jam packed and too many photographers around, working to grab photos of the hot air balloons…

Inflating the hot air balloons with cold air first, then heat it up with lots of flamed gas…



Payment for rides on this balloons proceeds to Mercy Malaysia I think…


(*Did the font for “Malaysia For” comes from Linkin Park’s Font?*)




Up, up, and away!!!


Glowing at night…



I didn’t managed to photograph any fireworks that night. Again, wrong place at the wrong time… no choice… Next year then.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Yesterday in history

There were several highlights that happened yesterday.

1. Heading to Kampar.

Went to Kampar to meet my supervisor regarding my Final Year Project writing.

2. Met up with Jeffery.

While having a chat with him, I realised some important things to share with everyone.

(a) I have been sending the notes to the photostat shop guy for almost 3 years already. Until a few days ago, only I approached him regarding his habit of using polystyrene food packings. If I were to persuade him 3 years ago, I would have save him from using almost 7000 polystyrene boxes. (2 units x 3 people x 3 years x 365 days = 6570 units!!!). I now see the impact and I felt so guilty for not encouraging him to change his habit at the first place. In near future, I must explain all these earlier to the people around me.

(b) I just recalled the vow I made during the Tzu Ching camp last week - to get 50 new members from UTAR or KTAR to join us. There, I said it. I'll work my very best to achieve that target.

3. Travelling back to KL from Kampar by train.

The train was 45 minutes late, and I spent the most romantic time on the train - travelling without lights. To make matters worse, insufficient air flow into the coaches, making me dizzy and sick. 
Apparently, the electric generator for lights and air cond was damaged. So no light nor ventilation. Lucky for all of us, when we arrived at Tanjung Malim station, there was another train waiting for 
us. As for me, I wasn't fortunate enough to get a seat, and ended up having to stand all the way to KL Sentral, for almost 1 hr 30 mins. Then, on Putra LRT, I had to stand again... all the way to Wangsa Maju. Thank goodness I have good, strong legs to stand. *Be Thankful*

Indeed, today in history, another unforgettable one.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Last weekend, I attended this camp… You watch, then you tell me how it went. By the way, if you’re interested in joining activities held by Tzu Ching, you are most welcome to join!

Direct link:

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Coming in a rush…

Everything is coming in a rush… so… better work faster…

Friday, March 5, 2010

Out and away…

Yes. I’m going outstation for a few days… in the mean time, take care ya…


Thursday, March 4, 2010

The ironic president

Yesterday was the day we met the president of UTAR – Professor Chua, and for me, it was the very first time.

He was happily talking with us about the future after UTAR, giving us guides on what should we do things in our interviews and job hunting etc. Then he said something I will remember forever.

When you guys build something, please make sure it is eco-friendly, it must be environmental friendly.

Right after his speech, all the students went out for a short tea break, and guess what, we were served with polystyrene cups and the desserts and kuih were served wrap in plastics. I still can understand if they wish to use plastic wrappings for food, but polystyrene cups?! come on! Can’t UTAR at least provide paper cups if not glass cups?

Up there, Prof Chua said that we need to be environmental friendly, but at the back, we are using non-environmental friendly polystyrene cups. I felt so sad, disappointed and frustrated at the same time. If you would like to promote students to be green, how are you suppose the students would follow suit if you do not do it yourself. By the way, the staff served you with glass cup just because you are the president of UTAR. Some of the students even used two polystyrene cups – one for the drink, while the other for putting food in it. So what’s the point of Community Service Society’s “No Polystyrene on Wednesdays” project?

Something to ponder about. Guys, if you want to be environmental friendly, you have to CHANGE YOUR MINDSET.

P/S: I’m not trying to insult anyone here. But I just couldn’t stand here doing nothing. Someone has got to tell the president about this.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Doggie Methyl-transferase

One of Dr. Chew’s student, Pue Meng Chai, came up with this crazy idea and I personally find it so interesting. I just couldn’t stop laughing…

Doggie Methyltransferase

Just to share with everyone… This is what happens when the students are bored in UTAR. Once again, complements to Pue Meng Chai for his creative art.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Daydreaming Gene

I was wondering… Is there such a gene called the Daydreaming Gene?

Could this gene be expressed when the brain is feeling bored of doing the same, monotonous thing again and again?

Or could it be that the gene is expressed to protect the brain from doing too much work?

Could this gene aid in reducing the rate of nervous breakdown during work overload?

Are there any factors involved in further enhancing or reducing the expression of this gene? Such as too much of listening stimulates the expression of daydreaming gene?

I wonder…

Just a crazy thought… might be true though… =P