Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New year wish list

It will soon be 2010. People make their new year wishes every end of year. Here go my wish list:

1. My family is blessed with good health and of course big fortunes.

2. Play-out my final semester. Dear uni-mates, do grab this very last opportunity to enjoy life as a university student. Let’s come together and have fun doing activities in bulk before we bid our farewell. Night-outs, birthday pranks, chats, makan, mamak, sports, parties, lepak…list goes on. Together, we can make the semester just as memorable as that during foundation.

3. Graduation trip to Bali. Hopefully, nothing interrupts and we all gonna have all the fun and come back one piece.

4. I’m gonna need a job after the second quarter. Hope the economy is reborn, market
restores its vibrancy and the crude price gets stabilized. All for paving me to a decent job.

5. The climate change keeps deteriorating. Disasters become more frequent and severe than ever. Like the recent snow-storm in US, China, and part of Europe. Hope that people have seen enough of outcomes of their selfish deeds. Simply consume less, it should be a better world.

6. The nation politic shows no sign of stabilizing. If there shall be a general election (by speculation), hope that Malaysian think far before casting their vote. Good governance should embrace values like honesty, efficiency, trustworthiness, transparency, and accountability. We made it once, and let’s again prove to the politrick-ians we’re liberal and we want changes.

7. Hope for a cease of fire (warship, suicidal bombing, and terrorism). The world leaders should come together resolving problems rather than confronting each others.

8. I would be happy that Brazil and Spain rule the FIFA all the way and meet in final. It should be an interesting match.

Lastly, a quote to share :

2009 is a good year for me, but I am sure 2010 will be a better one for all.. Happy new year :) (Teehooi Suan, 2009)

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Close to the finishing already

Yo, finally break free! State of bliss and relief.

Lately (perhaps for the past two months) I've been squeezed like hell. Pressure, boredom, sleep deprivation, fuss, and the likes all kicked in. Was on marathon from assignments to projects, to quizes, tests, and finally examination. All rowed up back to back. Hardly could steal time for myself. However it's all over. Which also means, final year first sem GAO DIN though it's a bumpy journey.Shits happenned.

Who's the one saying final year is fun?
but hell yea, we did have lotsa fun out of these shits. Coz it's like nothing else matters anymore!
"So-what" is everywhere applicable when you're confronted with shits.

Time flies. Some of my batch mates actually finished their undergruate studies. Congrats and have a good future.

And what's next? Christmas, New Year, Final Semester, Final examination, and cool enough CONVO! Hooray hooray....

Last X-mas gathering with KL-based interns in Berjaya Time Square Complex.
Doubt there'll be any gathering this X-mas...
~Have a nice break~

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The game

After mamak, I joined a few dudes playing cards. It's supposed to be a brief game. Simply wanted to release stress, stimulate the brain cell, kill some time, and more importantly have fun. We did play money but of insignificant amount.

As the game went on, out of the blue, Buddy A got 4 X TWOs and thus winning triple straight away. Speaking of which, we were playing Chou Tai Di. That's the turning point of the game. That point onwards, the nature of the game changed. People wanted to recover the loss, which had become a lil of significant unexpectedly. We become strained by the game rather then being entertained off.

The games continued and again, someone drew 4 X TWOs and won straight three times as much. Oh....the tension level shot up. How can this combination of cards occurred twice! hahaha.... we played few more rounds more before we stopped. By that time, two hours plus gone. away from the objectives.

Actually, the money involved wasn't that huge. Probably we js don't want to be crowned as "L*ser". Hahaha...

Anyway, it's another fun game though. It kinda teaches you to be cool and chilled when facing the unexpected and also taking into account the risks and stuffs like that....

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Supercar Zenvo ST1

It took me by amazement and exciment. The very first Danish Supercar by Zenvo Automovitive.

The exterior is more than ass-kissing! What a design! I'm all for it.

The other details of Zenvo ST1 -- Learn more.

Quick tour by Zenvo ST1 - Youtube.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

New way to become "bloated"

It's been a bit of absurd. I have yet to engage with my calculator, even little, since the begining of study week. Isn't calculator the core tool for an engineering student? But yea, it's of real little use to me this semester. I have got all the reading subjects to cramp my nerves. When there's one or two of them, things are still pretty much manageable. But I'm doing 4 in a row. From Human Resource Management, to Cultural Anthropology, Malaysian Study and Petroleum Exploration, all are reading and memorizing. Not to say out of hand, but I'm literally "bloated" consuming all "this and that" (theories, examples, definitions, and stuffs).

Guess that the Humanity people are much bloated since they gotta swallow lot lot more stuffs. Year after year, they are getting out of shape, are't they? hehehe...

Pls join me to pay them salutation.

Any possibility to embed this into human brain?
Towards creation of a tomorrow brain -- e-brain!
EE people, come & give a shot.
But note that the warranty period is 5 years!
What happens thereafter?
The hear of e-brain may turn faulty and become "Holly Crap" .
So product durability is critical.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

It's not finished yet, probably starting over.

I CAN'T believe that I'm still working on my FYP NOW. Now, in the midst of study week. Tak habis habis lagi. A stupid miscommucation happenned. I missed out a session of 20% in weightage as a result of following the official annoucement made in elearning. My evaluator was too fussed to listen to me. Ohhh, f...k it! Hopefully I get to redeem this later. Things are negotiable, aren't them?

It's worse as the project will need a major change as advised by my sv. He js freaking told me this last friday, which means I will have to start my research all over, the feasibility, the apparatus availability and stuffs. Erm...not exactly so but something like that.

So, it kinda reminds me of the following.

So this will be my slogan. Till the date of completion of FYP and FYDP.

~ Cheers ~

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Big Stars of My Age!

When I'm still fighting hard for my degree, there have already been a bunch of people of around my age emerging prominenly and gaining fame all across the globe. Is this because that they are
lucky as in meeting the right people? Or because that they know well their own talents and cherish on them? Or merely their hardwork and extraordinary diligence? Or simply their destiny?

Anyway, here goes some rather recent artists that I like to hype about. Umm...all are females.

Megan Fox - 23
Generally labelled as sex symbol.
Oh yea, I have to say she is gorgeous and stunning.
She had starred several hollywood movies (i.e. Transformer, Jennifer's body)

Taylor Swift - 19
Sweet country singer. Charming, playing guitar, song writer and composers.
My favorite songs of hers: fearless, fifteen, you're not sorry, tim mcgraw, love story...

Miley Cyrus - 16
Having acted in Hannah Montana, she has now moved into singing.
"The Climb" is a meaningful and wonderful song.
Also, she shared a stage with Taylor Swift in Grammy 2009 singing "Fifteen". Acoutic and real fantastic.

Not forgetting also
Lady Gaga (23)
Orianthi Panagaris (24)
...If you can tell more?

Of course, there're many more from other field/industry for example sport, corporate world, so on. They are "young and dangerous".
I actually doubt if I'm ready to take on the world like them now if given an opportunity. Typical asian mindset. But then it's good to know them and get some inspirations.

Thursday, November 5, 2009


Js watched MJ "This is it" rehearsal movie. Although I'm not a big fans of MJ, I enjoyed it much. I've kinda grapped the idea of how freaking incredible MJ was. Do mind my igonrance! But yea, I have no doubt that his spirit, passion and talent in music would have summed up to an incredible concert, if not the finest one.

I was particularly caught up by a scene in the movie whereby a female guatarist was perfoming along side with MJ.

Introducing you Orianthi. She rocks. She's cool. She's gifted. She geeks in guitar. She's decent. She's fabulous. She is one of a kind. If you are into guitar thingy, I bet you surely wanna check out her more.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Just learned about it

Js brought down H.R.M test, a paper which I js learned about in less than 20 hours. I considered myself lucky though as I so happenned to check up the e-learning last night. Otherwise, I might have missed the test or rushed my ass off doing the revision though I sorta did. The annoucement was made in the last Thurs class which I skipped as FYDP presentation intervened.

Being totally unposted, thanks god, I am kinda for certain I unscrewed it js now. hehe...Getting a bit of complacent.

"Last minute revision"--Not a problem at all for a F.Y student! I went to bed early last night and even had a short poker game few hours before the test. Well, wanted to kill the boredom!

But yea, dun attempt this at home!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Depicting eyes

Look at the gap between eyebrow and eyeball.
Might need to build a Bering Bridge to connect they both.

As though wearing eye liner.
If this dude were to put up a concert, the PAS guys will protest all out!

Soul-lost being. Can even freak a bold in daylight!
unforgettable. unforgettable aka "忘不了~忘不了~"

Erm...Like a piece of clay-made work!
Isn't it veli "ba zui" aka Fully-water containing?
Probably can squeeze out a gallen of water worr...

You're lucky. Coz sometimes we don even get to see his eyes!
This incredible dude, he knows how to switch on/off his eyes.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Like I've done a Mega project

Finally it's over. I can't take it any longer than this. Huhuhuhu....

Talking about Process Plant Design aka (Final Year Design Project), it posed big hell to the chem. people. Well, probably not to all, but to those who gotta help ass-cover of others. The best case of senario is that every member contributes, so the work load is distributed, things could get done easily with quality. But in real case, this is by all means not applicable. Oh yea, it is this UNJUST when we all will score the same. I led and I gotta keep the show running. Seriously, I've used up my energy, time, mind, soul and anything imaginable working on it, JUST on it.

Apparently it has gotten me real real bad, especially in the past 2 weeks when works was intensive:

1. Spent like more than 12 hrs a day for days back to back in the lab trying to complete the process simulation using iCON. Not sure is it because of the dumb simulator or I'm the dumbbie. But hell yea, it took infinite iterations to get a "green-light" on. More iterations to improve the results.

2. Having terrible sleep deficit. This situation is virtually similar to burning candle at both sides. Slept "early" woke up early.

3. Raced against time. Lotsa works. Putting on huge pressure. It's big mental work to suppress all sorts of emotions: depression, stress, frustration, tiredness, disappointment, piss-off, temper and the likes. According to someone, I finally put on a tensioned face. Is this a compliment?

I watch many megastrucure documentaries, for example construction of Petronas Twin Towers, Dubai's Palm Island ...etc. I was always amazed by how incredible the project engineers are. They get things done, deal with "surprises", keep track the progress, and most impressively they solve problems, no matter how hard it is. Now, I can somehow picture myself in their situations. Can I claim myself get something "BIG" done?

Ohya...some credits to those standing by me...

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Deevali Eve outing Sitiawan-Telok Batik

It was a spontaneous plan. Off, we were downtown of Sitiawan for what it's famous for, the seafood. We dine-in the said-to-be best rated restaurant, Amu Seafood Restaurant. I had eaten there before that. The food wan't that yummy. There's a slight improvement this time around. I still love Pangkor-version of seafood which is like cooked specifically to my taste buds.

First dish - fried Bihoo-kuew teo. Tasted fine.

Salted egg prawn. Overly salty, offsprings of crab, not so satisfying.

It sounds like "Ju Ju" when you suck it.

La La. Tasted the best amongst all.

Fried Bihoo with big prawns. Tastelss instead. WTF really.

Sotong fritters. Crunchy. Not bad.

My dining mates.

After meal, off again we headed to Telok Batik Beach, Lumut. Another spontaneous move.

"Beach conferecing". Good experience.

Showing "blue-tears". It was first discovered at a beach of Pangkor isle.
Girls get melted seeing it. Trust me.

I'm emo. Don't I look like I'm emo?

Actually was piled with works but stole some time out. The time ahead is getting real crazy!

Friday, October 16, 2009

"Well-Versed" Pocket-C Operator

This cafeteria serves bad-rated food in terms of tastiness, hygiene and price as generally perceived. It's getting fair business though I suppose. The only reason I can relate is its location in proximity of lecture spots where there's high traffic of passers-by.

Thinking js to fill my empty stomach, I visited the cafe like the others. While paying for my food, I confronted the cashier, whom I thought he's the boss lar. Apparently, I had some problem getting charged unreasonably. Somewhat like RM 2 in addition to my estimate.

Me: Pak Cik, mahalnya ni. Macam mane u kira?

Boss: Mane mahal. Sausage RM0.50, telur RM0.50, kuah RM0.50 erm...semua RM4.70 (he skipped).

Me: Erm...Bihoo ni RM 2.50 ke? Mahal larrrr. Kat Pocket-D, ni baru RM 1.20 - RM1.50.

Boss: Oh ya ke. Kalau macam tu, you makan sane larrr. (raised tone)

I was literally hanged before reacted to him.

Me: Ooo boleh larr. Lain kali I makan sane. Nak bawa juga kawan ke sane.

The boss seemed to be quite alright with my response, which pissed me off further. I paid and I off.

The rule of thumb in business is to attract as many people as possible to come and buy. It takes big volume to sustain a business. As suggested by the saying "Customers are King", satisfy the customers, make them speak for you rather then you put up costly advertisement in mass media.

The particular cafe operator, however, DRIVES AWAY THE CUSTOMERS. He probably thinks that he doesn't even need us to run his business. In light of this, why would we help him. Correct or not? Let's ban on him.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

It just ain't doing any good.

With dcplus down, let's see where the university internet connection is getting to.

Here go the anonymous feedbacks:


2. Sapa ckp internet UTP slow bak siput? Laju je ni..ok la utk refresh 20 kali baru dpt.

3. Don't complain about the connection. Don't complain about the connection. Next in the to-do list, graduate A.S.A.P

4. Is UTP subscribing Dial-Up?

5. wana forget bout internet in utp...yes, tae yeon...i love u tae yeon...

6. finally...there's internet!

7. tlg someone organize mogok..kte mogok xnk anta assignment kalao internet utp x upgrade2 ag..da sental duit student gile2 xkn xde duit nk ks tenet power sket? [jom mulekn ngan assignment eis

8. Arh!!!!!! Internet so FYP & FYDP progress can be fast?? We should include this into our interim later!!!

9. connection sucks

10. I hate UTP internet connection... F..K

11. CB connection

12. Surprisingly, my connection is good. OUTCONNECTED the rest! Hooray! Js went YouTube.

Now, your say.

Monday, October 12, 2009

"Tonight is a good night"

The original plan didn't work out. Instead of attending Prom dinner, we went VooDoo, one of the finest clubs in Ipoh.

It's freaking packed inside the club whereby we had to pushed our way through. The music genres were well accepted by most. Beats was deafening and provocating. We made up quite a big group. Three bottles were ordered. Everyone was like literally gone crazy and we DANCED whole night through. They were all very fine companion.

The intoxicant!
As often, there would be someone proposing bottom-up. I went 4 rounds of it which resulted me in "blur" but very "uplifted" mode. That's time when I could rid off stuffs and just dance. Fun I would say.
The alcoholic effect started creeping in after we got out of the club. This was killing me. Had a kick and literally threw out. First time I got this drunk. The feeling was painful and a total awe.
My advice (for both males and females alike) do measure your intake capacity, watch you intake accordingly. Or else it shall put you in a very vulnerable position to any kinda threats (robbed, assaulted, raped, accident, etc.)

Despite all, it was a total blast. Got over the hangover the next day. Losing appetite, migraine, exhausted...But I'm now kicking!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Ban of dcplus

The university recently put up an ultimate ban to the dcplus, a sharing platform of multimedia, documents, installers and stuffs.

Dcplus is undoubtedly an UTP culture. Many of us had been so heavily dependent on it. After google, or perhaps as par with google, dcplus had been indispensable to me, personally. And I believe same goes to others. It served me as sources of entertainment, knowledge and more importantly time-killer.

The issue raised by the administrators was being copyright infringement. Somehow true but WHO GIVES A DAMN. Elsewhere, probably every university has the equivalence. If not, the internet has any kind of any things. Dcplus was js a focal point of stuffs which is pretty much downloadable from internet. Well, I might not have ever considered about the publishers, entertainers and the likes, but dcplus was just so convenient. We obssessed about it. As a matter of fact, dcplus used to give us life. Imagine what will the afthermath of block of dcplus be?

In consideration of the copyright voilation, can't the administrators make some sorts of negotiations instead of brutally slashing it off?

To live on another semester without dcplus, hell crap lar.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

RM40 haircut.

It's saturday morning. We, the culture anthropologist project team were downtown. We were on an ethnography mission to probe into what sorts of celebrations were there in Sam Poh Tong during Chinese New Year. We were to do an interview with the person in charge there.

Sam Poh Tong, a Chinese Buddhist Temple within a natural limestone hill.

Nice architecture, geen surrounding. Marvelous, isn't it?Come & pay a visit to Sam Poh Tong one day.

It was a brief interview session. In fact, there's no much activities around the temple during CNY. We roomed around checking out the place before departing to JJ. The girls wanted to get new dinner dresses while I needed a haircut.
I notice a banner about promotional haircut @ RM 12 outside a saloon. Thinking to get some saving, I gave it a shot. There's no other customer except me. Without my notice and agreement, the female assistant stylist poured some liquid on my hair and performed a hair wash as well as head massage. It's my first time getting these kinda services. It's kinda fine and relaxing. However, I started to ponder could this be RM 12 haircut. Next, it's the male stylist on my hair. He was rather delicate trimming my hair. Thereon, I was pretty sure no way it's RM12. My thought plunged deeper. He took some 30 mins to overhaul my hair which is of 3 months uncut. The assistant stylist gave me another hairwash (with js plain water this time) and then the stylist styled my hair with clay and spray. I was served for some 40-50 mins. As much as I enjoyed their service, I had been mentally unrest in the process as it would have prolly cost me a fortune. Money has been tapped out fast these day. Swt.

Let's check out the RM40 product:

Side view. I'm happy.

Front view. I'm tired.

When I js needed a haircut, ain't this is a lavishness? Fyi, this is my most pricey haircut. May be I should have js asked for cutting, rather than keeping queit and got sold the whole package.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Day of punishment is close?

There've been few natural catastropes occuring almost back to back recently. (Ketsana typhoon, Sumatra earthquake, Samao Tsunami.)

They kinda got me thinking. Is it that wht goes around comes around? Probably we need to do our part to not "upset" the mother earth any further. Make way for all forms of peace, make less destructions.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Going to prom?

A prom is coming up soon. It's pretty much interesting that it has been one of the hottest topics being debated by the guys here since some time ago. Whether or not to go prom? Who to go with? To buy her fare? List goes on.

Let's look back what's it about prom night? Loosely speaking, it's non other than a gathering/ party for the westerners in their senior years of college life. Their prom can be way wilder and more exciting compared to ours for one very basic reason, with and without booze. You probably can relate to something having watched American Pie but yea, people do lose a bit of conciousness taking in alcohol, when that happens, automatically they become more sporting, more chilled, and all sorts of interesting stuffs can happen. Js like to point out that alcohol can leverage the level of joy.

Prom, as to my point of view, is something like a banquet diner which is supposedly attended by couples/pairs (both the official and unofficial ones). Official couples by its name is straightforward. Unofficial couples would be someone like date for the night. Of course, someone whom you can get along comfortably and blissfully, and it is not necessarily that you have an intent on her. Afterall, I think prom is a casual event for some fun, experience and moments.

Speaking of fun, experience and moment, if you're someone who appreciates life, it would be a must-go event, particularly for the final year fellows. Missing this would possibly mean that you js miss it for the entire of your life.

Well, I certainly don't want to miss out moments in life. Yea, I certainly would like to tag along but things have been complicated here (the surrounding and myself). Clock is ticking every second and my presence becomes diminished thereof.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Heading North - Bk Mertajam (BM)

My oversea trip had "gone boiling soup". To make up for it, I went north to BM with some hometown dudes. Pathetic? Somehow yes but BM isn't that bad. Like the neighbourhood Penang, BM can fairly be claimed as "heaven of delicacies".

Here go some snapshots:

Penang Steamboat buffet- Cheap. Beautiful. Nice.
RM18/pax - So so many choices of food from which to choose. Even SHARK FINS is provided.

St Annes, historical french catholitic church.

At the entrance.

Trek that extends to the statue as captured in the next photo.
I think this photo is marvelous. What u think?

Seeing from some distance, the Statue of Jesus Christ being crucified.

Statue of Mary, Jesus's Mother.

It started to drizzle. So we drove off to next station. Its name is unknown to me. The only clue I have about it is that it's some 20 mins drive from St Annes. I think it's an ideal place for people who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. In fact, it's a popular spot for jungle trekking or evening exercise for the locals.

Tea Spa in the middle of jungle. The atmosphere was moistly.
The air was refreshing. The surrounding is green. Peace prevails.
We got to sip the japanese green tea . It's a total relax and time passed damn fast here.

Dropped by Autocity as well. A place which situates lots of automotive companies, eateries, and goodies shops.

Miniature of The Penang Bridge.

Splendid SOHO eatery. Romantic, isn't it?

The recommendated food around BM:
Cup rice - Kup Bui (hokien)
Yam rice - Yam Bui
Black white people rojak - O bei lang rojak
Shao bao
Egg tart
Pls get a local to bring you around. There are a lot more discoveries to be made.

Monday, September 14, 2009

go holidays with Air Asia

There was a matta fair in PWTC two weeks ago. A friend of me dropped me a message in facebook posting about some hot deals offerred by Air Asia. I linked over and was absolutely blown mind off by the advertisement. See here.


Bali -- 3D2N -- Return Flight + Hotel + Breakfast- From RM 209/pax

Hanoi -- 4D3N --Return Flight + Hotel + Breakfast – From RM 279/pax

There were also some other destinations but these two excited me much. Even domestic trips can easily cost alike or even more.
Yet, it's too good to be true. I guess we all know well that advertisement can be tricky at times, or may be most of the times. I called up a friend to help me confirm some details as booking can only be done at the Air Asia booth in Matta fair. It turned out that the promotional package had been out for grab. The actual pricing is RM1000++.

What a hangover! ...

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Demolition brings about wellness

The pond, from which I used to get water and treat it into potable water using my ETP prototype - E.Port-700, was being demolished. Back then, which was approximately 8 months ago, the water was pretty much turbid. It seemed to be greenish-clear. However, recently it has become ten times as turbid as it was. The water appears to be dark green and and opaque. Nonetheless, there're fishes in there. Haven't they gotten chocked, have they?

Demolition work underway.

Pool of homeless fishes

Another note, was reading The Star Daily online. For every page i viewed, Shell RON 95 advertisement popped out. As mush as I felt annoyed by it, it actually is a highly effective way to convey message. I believe that SHELL petrol sales might have been boosted to some tenfold. Here again, I hyped about the ads. No wonder, it has always been the top in Fortune 500.

Btw, does RON 95 makes you travel more miles or something?
Is there still Shell V-Power in market?

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Personalities around month of 7.5

Full moon is going to show. It's July. Summing up these two will be equivalent to month of 7.5. Orite, get it straight, the Hungry Ghost festival is approaching. I guess this festical applied only to Chinese anywhere alike.

During this period of time, there're three major personalities that I've observed.

1. Of highly supersticious bunch - they tend to link all sorts of bads to the festival itself. For example, car break down, get a minor cut, near-miss accident, defeats, sheer careless mistakes. The festival is so unfortunate to be their scapegoat - they also tend to be insanely imaginative - freak out not only themselves, but the people around them, as they can make hell big a deal out of nothing - of course, they are pretty much horrified all times. Also, they tend to be extra careful (+ve) or paranoid (-ve) during this period. Some even refuse to travel.

2. Of it-doesn't-concern-me bunch - they simply are too scientific and everything should base upon solid proof. If only the real "figure" appears right in front of them, or else they just don't buy it. Might be the case they claim that "figure" an alien or something other than "ghost". They always have peace in mind and soul. Just chill out.

3. Of no stand bunch - They are sort of fluidized, tend to flow and influenced by the people around them. I sort of pity them coz normally the highly supersticious bunch outnumbers the it-doesn't-concern-me bunch. They listen something, then go and imagine something, and eventually have themselves agitated over nothing, erm probably there's something, i dunno. haha...

This fella is diligent enough to detail out the dos and don'ts. Click here.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


I'm hell engaged with FYDP, short for Final Year Design Project. Somewhat similar to ETP, but by no means it's lots more technical.

As suggested by its name, it shall take into some research works to set up a chemical plant from scretch. It indeed is a good platform for the chemical practitioners to exercise the learned theories and put them into practice. For example, plant design dealing with various units operation, material energy balance, economics, process control and so on.

As for my situation whereby I've diverted into some chemically-irrelevant stuffs during internship, in other words, I've abondoned chemical eng, well not to say that I'm having problem big time, but then again, it's gonna squeeze me hard to refresh, swallow and reproduce the learned stuffs.

Another shit is that I'm the group lead. When I'm inadequately resourceful, so as the rest of members, I guess we're sailing to nowhere. Grudge! ...

Why don't they arrange the course prior to internship ler...I hope I won't be screwed.

Anyway, positive mind works things out. Hopefully it does.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Change of lifestyle

Having come back from internship, I'm now leading another way of life.

First of all, I'm getting more norturnal. In the course of training, I always went to bed by midnight. Now, nights is always still young. I just don't get it why it is so hard to practise early hours when in U. Well, I can go to bed early, but I just can't doze off and ends up suffering insonmia. So, gotta cope with late hours and "missing all the morning worms".

X-Mas at The Curve
Secondly, I need not to tie up my stomach. Anywhere in KL, the food tend to be more pricey than here - middle of nowhere, or commonly known as "Toronto". Those days, failing to control food budget, hell big a hole I'd get in my wallet in light of timid pay. Now, just gonna whack any lovely food lar...

KLCC park--Dancing water

ANTM made up challege? KLCC function square.

Well, I have to say life now has gotten a bit of dull. Those days, it was interesting yet challenging every other day. Life was more dynamic and mobile. I could easily met new faces just anywhere, learn to social and more often that not, with the people who are more senior than me. On top, I find it pretty much a delicate job handling relationship with people at workplace when I could hardly find a peer. I'm hell scared I might have crossed the line unintentionly by saying or committing something. It was a culturally diverse environment. Anyway, I got through all these, I do get some satisfaction. Unlikely, here, most of the faces are peers. If can get along well, it is pleasing. Otherwise, just don't give too much a damn. A simple "Hai" will do. Boredom is also due to the daily routine. Other issues with KL: congestion, personal security, and may be "suicidal jump". Haha...


If I were to answer which of them I'd prefer, I guess Internship-life. Happening, no assingment, no quiz, no finals, more importantly the learning curve is steep being able to come in contact with industry people and stuffs...

Tuesday, August 11, 2009


The weather has been raging. Got myself sweat profusely in the room, no the furnace. Btw, I guess my room ain't taking good fengshui when the sun strikes entirely into the room in the evening, and also it grants access for the bad odor from cafe.

May be I should revert to a solar energy project for my FYP. I suppose we can yield good production of electricity while the photovoltaics (PV)technology isn't going anywhere far. By harnessing immense energy against low PV efficiency, I'm somehow convinced that it works. Well, any expert, pls enlighten me.

Another interesting thing to combat warming --vegetation. Somewhere in the world has implemented an incredibly unconventional way -- Green Roof whereby they carry out vegetation covering the roof of their buildings. Not only it absords heat, but also it absords the green house gases. It's truly an one-stone-hit-few-birds method, isn't it?

Friday, August 7, 2009


I walking was out from library only to see to the notice about the closure of university. It was last friday. So all here got a week long break. Unfortunately, I had a brief conversation with a H1N1 suspect, Fei and I find myself having a mild cough. Acting paranoid, I went for a medical check-up. Was again annoyed by the unpunctuality of the panel doctors. Even worse when they brought those under quarantine for H1N1 into the clinic staying exactly together with others! I was thinking: Oh gosh, that's what causes me H1N1, instead of Fei. Sweat! Anyway, the check up showed that I'm H1N1 negative. Off, I balik kampung immediately. Some of my dudes were on holidays too as their univerisities had been shut down. As usual, was on holiday mode, did absolutely nothing but lazed around.

Korean Drama 《食客》--NICE.

Where i fish

The fish i fished. Gonna fish a bigger one.