Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Step Up 3D

The movie is a must watch. If you still haven’t watched it. Go get yourself a ticket in the cinema and watch it. Movie not to be missed.



I’d give a 9 out of 10 rating. Why?

1) The 3D effects are just mind blowing. The water splashes are so real… you could literally feel them splashing at you.



2) The boombox room is just amazing… and more cool dance moves too!



3) If you like sneakers, the hall of sneakers would amaze you as well!


4) It’s the WORLD JAM – Biggest Battle ever!

5) There are so many dance crews dancing together… they’re dope, man!


6) The LED light show at the final battle was like… mind blowing.LED

7) A workaholic director – Jon M Chu

Jon Chu

So what are you waiting for! Grab the chance to watch it in 3D! I certainly don’t mind going for the second time.

Monday, August 30, 2010

百蔬V族 (V-Gen) Launch @ Tropicana City Mall

Last weekend was busy busy busy… busy preparing for the 百蔬V族 (V-Gen) Launching Ceremony. So many things to do, yet so little time.

Anyways, the event was a success, and we had great fun!


988 Radio Station DJ dropped by to support as well…



Then, I saw this dog and talked to the owner… The dog is actually a vegetarian!!!



Even the dog agreed to be a vegetarian… those who are not… you want to lose out to a dog?

Be a V-Gen today! Do your part and save the earth!


The event ended around 9.30 pm, but by the time I reached home, it was almost 1 already…

Nonetheless, I had great fun during the event.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

These few days…

These few days, I felt like I’m running away from the truth…

But it’s good to be back. Refreshed and renewed…

With confidence, hope, and faith.

May things proceed well!



Wednesday, August 25, 2010

A touching dream

I dreamt of something touching yesterday… Nothing like this has ever happened in my dreams before, and I woke up in tears crying…

In real life, yes, it did happen, but not to such emotional extend.

Hmm… the memories are so vivid.

It’s the day my dad and I hugged each other and cried together.

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Remember I took this photo a few months back?


The tree itself was quite interesting, as if corals are growing out of the tree…

Fortunately, I got the chance to see the tree again, and this time, with FRUITS on it!



Upon closer inspection, the first thought that crossed my mind was this fruit called 無花果 (Scientific name: Ficus carica). But it turned out not. The fruits on this tree is well loved by birds and the colours are just fascinating.

Anyways, this is the real Ficus carica plant…


So now, I know which is which plant… But I still haven’t figured out what is the name of the plant for the first one…

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Cold sweats

Having cold sweats these few days… all stressed out… can’t even concentrate on what I like to do most…

I wanted to sleep, but yet, my mind is filled with so much stress…

I don’t think it’s the work, but the people involved…

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

I’m a sad sad biologist

It’s true… It’s so depressing…

Again, I’m here, trying to save the earth, as much as possible.

I believe, that as a scientist, especially a biologist, should know better than the others.

But sadly, this is not the case.

So what is the point of doing all the research, all the hard work, when you can’t even do simple gestures to help save the earth.

Think about it.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Insightful meet

What an insightful meet… Learnt so much about my work and also how I should be handling things.

Thank you for the advice, and I look forward to learning more things from you.

Also, all the best to you in your teaching at Mahsa.


Thanks to my many 慈青 friends, 學長姐, and 師姑師伯 for the advice and and support too.

They gave me lots and lots of love and encouragement to go through with what I’m facing at the moment. I’ll make sure that everyone of you will be well credited in my thesis writing… haha.



Saturday, August 7, 2010

“Why didn’t you ask us?!”

I was very fortunate to see two of my favourite and helpful UTAR lecturers today, and the very first thing they said to me when I told them that I’d be working in UM under Prof S was this response.

Awkwardly, I felt more relieved rather than worry. I think it’s because I have someone who understands how I feel at the very moment, and it’s nice to have someone I know standing beside me, encouraging.

Again, thanks a lot to my family, many friends and people who had helped me along the way. I guess everyone deserve praises and encourages rather than yellings and scoldings.

Friday, August 6, 2010

The days of blue blue skies…

While the we were in the car the other day, we had a good chat…

on people, on places, on attitude, on work, on news, on matters, on traffics, on ethics, on future…


And then, we discussed something both of us see eye to eye…

We’re so small in this planet. We’re so insignificant. The universe is ever expanding, and here, why are we so boastful? Why should we waste time being affected by others’ emotions?

Let’s face the fact: it is true, isn’t it?

This doesn’t mean that one should give up life as it doesn’t matter to anyone. Instead, one should cherish every moment, make good use of time, and live life for yourself, to serve other people, to contribute yourself to the society.

Some people may not believe in afterlife, but remember this:

When you go, you go alone.

When you go, you leave EVERY PHYSICAL THING behind.

When you go, you take only your good and bad karma.


So, when you’re all stressed out, living in other people’s expectations, take a look outside your window. Feel the air, watch the sky. It’s not often you get to see a blue blue sky like this, but when you do, let it remind you that life is too short, and don’t let these good opportunities slip by your hands, cause you may NEVER get a second chance.


Just to share with everyone. Best Wishes.


Last weekend…

Last weekend was quite a happening one. Moving out and moving in to somewhere else. Went to Klang to visit my uncle and aunt…

Since my dad normally go to Pulau Indah for a flight up into the sky, I tagged along with him. First, we visited and stayed overnight at my uncle’s place, then we went over to Tanjung Harapan for a quick stop. It was my very first time there.

They were having a fishing competition, and the first prize winner gets RM 15,000!!!




They also had a big ship cemented to the ground. Too bad I couldn’t get on board as the staircase was blocked by the organisers.





After the quick tour, we went over to the usual spot, where my dad normally trains for his kiting and paramotor.

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Anyways, if any of you guys wanted to go up in the air, you’re most welcome to query about it. They do have tandems where the pilot could fly you up for a fee.

As for now, life is tough over here. Feeling lonely, stressed out even though actual work hasn’t started just yet. Two days ago I witness someone being scolded in front of everyone and I was told that this occurs quite commonly. I’m very much concern. I work better with complements and some stress, but definitely not under anger, fear and afraid.

So every morning, I wake up to 2 Jing Si Aphorisms, helping me along the way. And here are what I’ve got to share with everyone.

人生只怕不去做,不怕做不到,                        應善用我們的每一天,去為人群付出。

不要想失去了多少,應該想還擁有多少,                人生就能知足快樂。


May plans go smoothly…