Saturday, September 29, 2007

Do you care?

These days I realize my blogging became pointless. It’s true that we can write whatever we like in our blog. Sometimes I wish to write something to bring awareness or to create discussion, to express my thoughts in sentences. But most of the time, I ended up writing about my daily life. Not really the deep reflection on my life, just what happen in a day or two.

Simply because I don’t give much deep thoughts into the issues, I have no idea what awareness I want to raise. Busy is a pathetic excuse. News such as Bukit Gantang bus accident, Nurin case, Myanmar strike etc, should be of something we can ponder on, not necessarily on HIV in African children, climate change or gay’s right at large. Why are these things happening? What is the human race up to now? Why were the drivers on drugs? Why are humans killing each other? Why are they not showing mercy to each other any more? Why…Father?

Are they lacking of love in their hearts? Are they not shown love? Father, the world is becoming crazy. As the demand for performance becomes a way to judge one’s worth of living, human became selfish. They’re climbing their own ladder. It does seem like everyone is moving forward together, but if one fall, will others come and give him a hand? Rat race, or how you call it, captures those who thought they’re winning in the game. There’s nothing wrong to be in the race at the first place, but not at the expense of neglecting the people around you.

Caught up with our own work as we are, but always remember to stop and look around, what’s happening around us. Is there a cry for a hug? Is there a need for a pat at the back? Is there a need for a wake-up call? Is there anyone sick next door, who may need your help to just...get some warm water for them to have their medication? What can you do to contribute to the society you’re living in? How can you change a life? After all,

Life is to make a difference that you ever live at all.

Human race is separated from animals because we have the power to think, not only in problem solving, but asking questions and looking for their answers. But it doesn’t separate human from animals when the former doesn’t show love to its own species. The simplest way to show your love is by praying for others. When you talk to your Father in Heaven, you not only talk about yourselves, but you talk on behalf of other people in need.

Starting from today, let’s listen to the need from outside, and make a conscious effort to work with other in making the world a better place – begin with saying hi to your neighbours.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Muahaha collection

Well, this post is nothing intelectual as it won't help you in writing an essay on climate change and how-as-a-Malaysian-we-can-contribute-to-conserving-the-environment or why-George-Bush-is-an-ass-and-how-John-Howard-is-going-to-be-the-next-too. Just something I wanted to share :-)

MuaHaha 1.
I spelled my friend's name wrongly in 2 post. "Choi Yoke" should be spelled "Chui Yoke" in both Yum Yum Sushi and Tough Decision, Great Trip posts. Sorry dear. But hey, at least I know you will pay a second visit here to make sure I give you a public apology and with this, publicising your name ;-)

MuaHaha 2.
Just now at KTSN cafe a kakak (lady worker) told me that I looked thinner because my cheeks looked less chubby. She said she could recognise me and she's not confused with my originally loose t-shirt. Anyway, I know stress can thin one down but it's never in my case. If later I have a chance to weight on a scale and find that it's not true, that kakak is soOo gonna owe me a week's Nasi Goreng Pattaya (Pattaya Fried Rice) for giving me false hope!

MuaHaha 3.
The internet connection is still veeery sloww..

Sunday, September 23, 2007

I'm Back!

As the beautiful city-light night view of KL emerged in front of us, with me staring at my reflection on the window of UKM Bangi bus, we cruised reluctantly towards the urbanized jungle of high-rise buildng from Tanjung Karang.

Brought with us was the wonderful memory of our debate weekend. The sight of glittering KLCC is always welcomed, but not for this time. It marked the end of the crazy weekend we had had and it's time to go back to lectures, lab reports and soon, final exams.

UKM facility in Tanjung Karang is well-kept and offers superb facilities, unless one thinks air-conditioned double room and clean, well-furnished toilet are not good enough. We also had a chance to visit the pasar bazaar there, and indulged in a variety of food from there. It's always a benefit for us to go to night market like this with a huge bunch of crowds because one can share different kind of food and enjoy the variety :-) Basically, we enjoy Malaysian food.

The training camp wouldn't be that fun if Fea, Jespreet and Wey Wen didn't turn up. Inside, I'm very grateful to have them around for this camp. Jokes and roaring laughter they caused aside, they made our training more intensive and that's the purpose of this camp at the first place - get as many training as possible since we might not have the chance to have training before the training-cum-selection camp on 5th-7th Oct 2007. Most importantly, they demonstrated the fun way to debate and learn in the process.

The camp was fun and luckily my crush didn't turn up. He was in Singapore for NUS (National University of Singapore) tournament with Meng Fai, Kelly and Violet. He and Meng Fai broke into semi as a team and Kelly broke into quarter final as an adjudicator.

If you asked me whether or not I'm still staying for the team, I'll answer you: I don't know. Sure I hope to contribute to them, if it's in my ability, as I still put my study at the first priority. Still, the memory with them is something as precious as knowledge to me, as the best part of my university life.

OK! Back to studies!

Thursday, September 20, 2007

For the Camp

These days I'm really choked with my studies. Next Monday I will have to hand in a complete case study answer to my case study group memnber. Also, on Monday 8am, we have a PBL session, which we all were given individual topic to search for to contribute to the discussion. We'll be evaluated individually base on our performance during the session. Great. In the mean time, lecturer notes piling up with the lab reports, and well..another dose of work is for this weekend's debate training camp. I was given a task to do research on Protectionism and Free Trade policy.

Actually when I was reading the articles I found on the net this morning (I slept at 5am), I was still wondering how I am suppose to structure all those information during my presentation. Also, how am I suppose to do the notes for them? Copy and paste? Will they think I'm too not serious with my duty? Write in my own words? But the sentences in the articles are all too good to be modified by me. I need more examples. I need further explaination from what I've got. But where else to look for it? I've tried a variety of keywords for these two issues, but most of the time, they were not what I was looking for. All and all, the main issue is: I don't really do a lot of deep-analysis reading. Newspaper doesn't talk about protectionism and free trade EVERYDAY, ok? I only knew Shinzo Abe's resigning from his post as Japanese youngest prime minister. A slow reader like me really will have indigestion problem after swallowing articles by articles. I've given up the flat world book. No time.

Half worrying my studies, half worrying my presentation during the camp, I am really under pressure. There was this moment I really thinking of giving up the camp. I thought I already told myself that I'm slowly leaving the team? Yet, either out of guilty or reluctance, I am still hanging on. Guilt because for 2 years this bunch of friends have given me the best memory of my uni life, and I am really looking forward for more, and I can't tell myself that I don't care for what they are going through now in organizing a training camp in Tanjung Karang. Not many debaters of my batch (now 3rd year) stay for the team. They really need non first-years to help up, to let the 1st years to just come and enjoy the best training camp. With this, after all the good times they gave me, how am I going to leave them when they are in need?

In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps.
[Proverbs 16:9]

Lord Jesus, I desperately need Your help! May You bless US in wisdom, to work as a team to organise this camp. No matter what, we're going to face the challenges together, with You as our teacher, to see Your will be done. I want to put this camp into Your mighty hand and may You make full use of the time and Your people. I also need wisdom to prepare for my presentation. May the Holy Spirit guide me in the research and presentation, to enlighten them about protectionism and free trade. Retain my salt and light for Your sake, Lord, as how You've made me and planned for me. It's time I shine for You. In Jesus' name, amen.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Things I Want to RoAr About

1. The internet connection is WAYYY too slow…

2. Homework, assignments, tutorials, PBL, lab reports, lecture noteS..YIOHHH!

3. Debate training camp this weekend at Tanjung Karang! I actually have bought a small tin of kuih raya to treat those attending the camp. Hope it is still edible until this weekend. No preservatives added I think.

4. Can my debate juniors be more cooperative in replying messages?!

5. I wonder if my (ex-)crush is going to the Tanjung Karang debate camp. If yes, I wonder how am I going to deal with the embarrassment. ARRGGGH!!

6. I have to skip Dr.Fawwaz’s afternoon class on Friday because Jerry wanted us to get our asses on the UKM Bangi bus on Friday 1230 and depart to Tanjung Karang together.

7. I need to swallow the book The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman ASAP!!

8. What is Bernard doing in ktsndebaters yahoogroup?! Last year I invited him to join UKM debating team for so many times yet he didn’t want to accept the invitation but now signing in the group without asking the owner’s (me) permission. That group is only for KTSN debaters OK…

9. One packet of Nescafe 3 in 1 Regular is no longer effective for me! NO~

10. My parents are coming to KL on 7th Oct 07!! Yay!

11. My sister is celebrating her 23th birthday in Newcastle on 18th Sept 07!!

12. I’m SOOO gonna swallow the Newsweek collections in my campus library to come up with the materials needed for my debate camp assignment – Protectionism Policy and Free Trade. I have to compile it into notes form to distribute to everyone and also present in during the camp this weekend.

13. Really, can the internet speed be a little faster, please?

Quick Thought

Osama b. Laden asked Americans to convert to Islam if the latter wanted to end the war in Iraq. The so-called invitation was from a human (if you still call him one).

Few days after the video clip from Osama, there was a 8.4 rate earthquake in Indonesia, destroying loads of mosque, and also killing a lot of people. Before this, that country had received loads of "nature's call" which the loudest could be the tsunami in 2004, also destroying a lot of mosque (and also killing a lot of people). The warmings are from the nature, which is controlled not by human, but God. And according to the Bible, Lord Jesus can control the weather, even the storm.

Which speaks louder?

Saturday, September 15, 2007

fogging, again..

美美的一个星期日早晨竟然有fogging?! 可恶。。连星期日都做工, 酱勤劳,政府(DBKL)改善了.. ?


Friday, September 14, 2007

The 21st 13th Sept

21 years ago, the cry of a baby girl in Penang Medical Center (now Gleanegles Medical Center) marked her arrival in this world. God had breathed into her nostrils the breath of Life, and the girl became a living being. In a very delicate way God had created her. Not only the creation, but everything regarding her was planned for her before she's conceived. She's made for a special reason. She's given a task, which at the end, will fulfill God's will and bring glory to God. She looked just like any normal girls. But she and her Creator know better.

For 21 years I've lived, I only know Jesus for less than 2 years. Yet, He has known me even when I was still in my mum's womb.

Looking back the days in your life, what will be your comment?

My answer is: A smile.

I'm a blessed girl. I'm from a middle-class, functioning family, with siblings to quarrel with; kind people I met, and become friends; studying in local university, which enables me to help my parents to save up a lot of money while at the same time acquiring precious knowledge in medical/life sciences field (my choice) from knowledgeable lecturers who teach in variety of interesting styles.

I am still healthy and young, can walk, jog, run, jump, reach the books on relatively high bookshelves (OH, books!), bend down to pass a sweet to a kid and pinch his chubby face, and basically, take care of my own self. Very often, God has sent His angels to me when I need someone. I have friends to tell secret to and share my craziness about my crush (who is gradually loosing his effect on me now), take me as I am, and... remember my birthday :-)

I received quite a number of birthday wishes on Thursday, which's my 21st birthday! Surpising wishes from friends I never expect them to remember my birthday, and heart-warming wishes from my old friends - they still remember ;-)

The most important fact is: I was given a chance to hear the Good News, and a chance to choose, whether or not to follow Christ. Many more people have yet to know the Lord, because they havn't heard about the Good News. But I'm one of those whom have ear to listen. And I made my decision to live my life for Christ. This is the best gift, for me to stay in His love and inherit His kingdom as children of God.

Jesus, I want to thank You for Your blessings in these past 21 years of life. Life has never been so interesting before I know You. You showed me love when I thought no one will care, and amazed me through the miracles I never knew could happen to me. You always listen to my prayers and I know You are real, not only according to the Bible, but also personal encounters.

Lord please forgive my sins and may I be Your salt and light to the people around me. May You lead my life and walk with me through thick and thin, ups and downs. Last but not least, may I know my specialty as I continue the journey of self-exploration. Through this, I will know better how awesome my Creator is. And I will give glory to You, Lord.

For years to come, I want to be a humble servant for God. And may I be used to serve Him in ways He wanted me to. Amen.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

song test

by Thompson - How Can I Let Her Know (Instrumental)

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

YuM~yUm *Sushi*

Today I went to Sushi King with some of my friends (namely, Chee Mun the driver a.k.a our big brother, Steven a.k.a uncle of our course with new pig-head hair-do *grin*, Choi Yoke a.k.a the queen who flirt with lecturers of all races *globalisation- no boundaries*, and Wan Yin, a very decent, polite girl) from the same course. You may notice I don't call them coursemates now because we crap about nothing related to homework over the table. Well, mostly gossips among the coursemates and some other stuff like the models we think are beautiful, Jacky Cheung's concert, selling and purchasing cars, teasing Chee Mun and his girlfriend, teasing Choi Yoke and her lecturer-killer ability, Steven's new hair cut, and etc.

It was, in fact, my real first outing with my coursemates (as friends) after 2 ++ years of studying together. What a shame on me it is, but actually I longed for this kind of outing with any of them ever since first year. Really. Yet, I still wont be joining them for Karaoke la, I'm not the singing type, you see. I only sing to myself and sing in church to God. However, loads of them love Karaoke, but never heard of them love visiting book store, which is my favourite outing.

First, not a lot of them love reading as lecture notes and text books already can cause phobia to books in us. Second, those who love reading don't necessarily buy books from book store because the books there are quite expensive. Even me myself will think more than twice before buying a 3 for 2 discounted books. Hence, they may find it pointless to visit book stores.

My coursemates are always very different from me. The different is not only whether to go for "Green Box" or "Red Box" for karaoke, it's whether one enjoy karaoke or not. And it seems like I'm not of the same generation as them because I don't really enjoy the activities they do.

Another example: they play cards; I can't even understand how the game goes after rounds and rounds of observation. They listen to mandarin songs and always stick to mandarin radio station; me, I only switch between Mix FM, Hitz Fm, and to a lesser frequency, Light and Easy. If the DJs are crapping, I'll listen to the songs downloaded in my MP3. Most of them love My FM; I find the station plays more advertisement than songs and the DJ are not funny.

They watch horror movies; I NEVER allow myself to get into the theater playing this movie genera.

Some of them gossips; I don't like judgemental discussion.

Some of them whisper to each other, well, if it's not meant for me to hear, my ego wont allow me to poke my nose into the topic, and with this, I believe I missed out a lot of updates regarding other coursemates.

Some of them tell lame jokes; I don't do polite laughing to entertain or just to give face. When I really laughed at a joke, I mean it. My humor sense doesn't match with theirs as some of them might genuinely find the joke funny.

I live in hostel provided by university, they rent their own apartment outside.

I believe there are loads more but I can't think of them now. Enought about the difference.

But I really enjoyed the hi-tea-cum-dinner just now. It was, again, the people around me who made the atmosphere fun. I didn't feel awkward to join them for sushi, but rather, it was a blessed time with good food and good conversations. Amazingly, it gave me the feeling I experience everytime I came back from outing with my debater friends. I always thought I could only feel like this when I'm with those bimbo debaters I know. But apparently, there's something new and precious I have to explore before I graduate *smile*.

To my coursemates, may the true friendship last. Amen.

Monday, September 10, 2007

video testing

Sorry, blame it on me - AKON

I kinda like the lyrics. Enjoy!

As life goes on I’m starting to learn more and more about responsibility

I realize everything I do is affecting the people around me

So I want to take this time out and apologize for things I have done

And things that have not occurred yet

And the things they don’t want to take responsibility for

I’m sorry for the times I left you home

I was on the road and you were alone

I’m sorry for the times that I had to go

I’m sorry for the fact that I did not know

That you were sitting home just wishing we

Could go back to when it was just you and me

I’m sorry for the times I would neglect

I’m sorry for the times I disrespect

I’m sorry for the wrong things that I’ve done

I’m sorry I’m not always there for my son

I’m sorry for the fact that I am not aware

That you can’t sleep at night when I am not there

Because I am in the streets like everyday

Sorry for the things that I did not say

Like how you are the best thing in my world

And how I am so proud to call you my girl


I understand that there are some problems

And I am not too blind to know

All the pain you kept inside you

Even though you might not show

If I can apologize for being wrong

Then it’s just a shame on me

I’ll be the reason for your pain and you can put the blame on me


You can put the blame on me [4x]

Said you can put the blame on me [3x]

You can put the blame on me

Sorry for the things that he put you through

And all the times you didn’t know what to do

Sorry that you had to go and sell those packs

Just trying to stay busy till you heard from Dad

And you would rather be home with all your kids

As one big family with love and bliss

And even though Pops treated us like kings

He got a second wife and you didn’t agree

He got up and left you there all alone

I’m sorry that you had to do it on your own

I’m sorry that I went and added to your grief

I’m sorry that your son was once a thief

I’m sorry that I grew up way too fast

I wish I would’ve listened and not be so bad

I’m sorry your life turned out this way

I’m sorry the FEDS came and took me away


I’m sorry that it took so long to see

They were dead wrong trying to put it on me

I’m sorry that it took so long to speak

But I was on tour with Gwen Stefani

I’m sorry for the hand that she was dealt

For the embarrassment that she felt

Just a little young girl trying to have fun

Her daddy should never let her out that young

I’m sorry for Club Zen getting shut down

I hope they manage better next time around

How was I to know she was underage

Enter 21 you know the club they say

Why doesn’t anybody wanna take blame

For rising back out disgracing my name

I’m just a singer trying to entertain

Because I love my fans I’ll take that blame

Even though the blame’s on you [3x]

I’ll take that blame from you

And you can put that blame on me [2x]

You can put that blame on me

And you can put that blame on me

Sunday, September 09, 2007

short updates

I've been quite busy these days, nearly no time for me to rest if the debate training at Bangi last Saturday was not cancelled.

Tomorrow morning 8:00am I have Problem-Based Learning (PBL) of Immunology, which we had divided tasks among ourselves to look for information within 4 days. Right after my PBL is my QBL (Question-Based Learning) of (again)Immunology. This, seriously, is slightly more important than the former because we have to present our findings on the given topic (Disease caused by Candida albicans in female genital tract). Also 4 days to look up information plus compile the power point slides from each member of my team prior to presentation. I was the one doing editing.

Thursday I have a SLP (Self-Learning Package) assignment of Basic Biomolecule (Genetics) to hand in. But of course, I have to finish reading several chapters before answering the questions given, right? And there are a LOT of questions, OK?

Please give me a break...

By the way, this coming Thursday 13th September 2007 is my 21st-birthday le! Hope everything will go well and I manage to get myself a little rest after all these presentations and assignments.

Oh, another update: My crush has replied my confession, ha~ He said he actually suspect it a few months ago and actually (nothing funny here, this is the WoRsT night mare I could ever have, ok?) some people in the debating team already suspected this way before him and told him!! Crap..Crap..Crap.. I thought I felt like digging a hole for myself and die in there *sob*sob* But he told me it's not too bad and not to worry about it. He said we still can be friends and etc.

So, that's it for this time. I wont be around until the wireless connection in my room resumes. It had been more than 2 days I didn't have connection in my room, another misery *sigh* But maybe it's good, because I have no choice but to push myself to study instead, ha~

Everybody gambateh!

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Teh Ais and Teh O Ais

I always get myself confused with teh ais and teh O ais. Whenever I wanted to order teh o ais, only "teh ais" came out from my mouth.

I figured out the reason: maybe because teh (tea) to me is the typical chinese tea, which is dark brown colour when it is served. Hence, if you want teh ais (ice tea), you just need to add ice into the tea and it shouldn't change the colour of the drink. So, if I wanted the tea to be served with ice and it's in dark brown colour, it's "teh ais".

But apparently for the Malays, teh is the drink you get when you poured hot water into the tea leaves before adding condensed milk to the filtered liquid. Hence, teh ais for them is like teh tarik with ice, just that you don't need to "tarik" the drink as you have to add ice to cool down the drink anyway.

I seldom order teh ais or teh O ais or any other drinks from my cafe in KTSN, because they prepare the drinks with relatively high sugar content. Not that they don't know the diseases might follow with high sugar consumption, but it's because the students used to complain to them that the drink became tasteless after the ice melted in the drink. So, to keep the customers (happy), they have to serve the drinks according their likeness. That's how people do business, no? Meet the demand.

And once in a while, my cafe will have a very annoying and troublesome customer walks up to them and orders "teh ais kurang manis (less sugar), memang kurang manis ya." (they have to specially do a sperate cup of sugar-less tea just for her)before she realises that she actually wanted to order teh O ais, kurang manis.

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Brain dissected

cherlinn, you are somewhat left-hemisphere dominant and show a preference for visual learning, although not extreme in either characteristic.

You probably tend to do most things in moderation, but not always.

Your left-hemisphere dominance implies that your learning style is organized and structured, detail oriented and logical. Your visual preference, though, has you seeking stimulation and multiple data. Such an outlook can overwhelm structure and logic and create an almost continuous state of uncertainty and agitation. You may well suffer a feeling of continually trying to "catch up" with yourself.

Your tendency to be organized and logical and attend to details is reasonably well-established which should afford you success regardless of your chosen field of endeavor. You can "size up" situations and take in information rapidly. However, you must then subject that data to being classified and organized which causes you to "lose touch" with the immediacy of the problem.

Your logical and methodical nature hamper you in this regard though in the long run it may work to your advantage since you "learn from experience" and can go through the process more rapidly on subsequent occasions.

You remain predominantly functional in your orientation and practical. Abstraction and theory are secondary to application. In keeping with this, you focus on details until they manifest themselves in a unique pattern and only then work with the "larger whole."

With regards to your career choices, you have a mentality that would be good as a scientist, coach, athlete, design consultant, or an engineering technician. You can "see where you want to go" and even be able to "tell yourself," but find that you are "fighting yourself" at the darndest times.

Your Brain Usage Profile:
Auditory : 38%
Visual : 61%
Left : 66%
Right : 33%

WhAt I sAy: Actually I find "However, you must then subject that data to being classified and organized which causes you to "lose touch" with the immediacy of the problem. " quite true because I don't really understand what's the explanation here after I completed the test and read the evaluation, ha~ Yea right, left-brainer..

Oh, by the way, I did the test at . Enjoy!

Monday, September 03, 2007

Tough Decision, Great Trip

31st Aug 2007
Met Adeline on MSN. I told her I was still hesitating whether or not to go for the trip to Tasik Keyir, and get her shocked. We were suppose to gather at KTSN bus stop at 10:00pm, which's 30 minutes to go. I hadn't packed. Didn't even sure about what I want. After pouring out all the doubts regarding this trip and what might follows, from my "inconveniences" to confessing my feeling to my crush in debating team, my chances of going increased gradually. I was scared of the sudden change of mind. I wasn't ready to change my mind and face what's awaiting with that option.

Finally, I called Jun Hoe, who is incharge of the NUS trip on 22nd Sept 2007, a debate tournament which clashes with my co-curriculum vital activity (simulasi) if I choose to ride the bus to Terengganu tonight. It was totally opposite of my initial plan. The final issue which sent me packing was the fact that we will have to use our individual's passport to go to Singapore. I thought they'll apply group passport at first, but now, it doesn't matter, I don't think I have time to get myself one these days, or before the NUS Open debate tournament on 22nd - 23rd Sept 2007. I know we can get the passport done very soon, but I need all the documents and hey..I don't even know where or how to travel to the place where we register for passport. doesn't matter, as if I'm going to stay in the team long huh.. RM300 for 5 years. I have less than 3 years of debating year to go. Also, not that I'm going to travel oversea often. Unless I can always meet up Victor from Monash University, hee hee!

*ahem* So (blushing slightly), I made up my mind to go for the trip. I packed all clothes and toiletries and other neccessities for th2 days 2 nights trip in 10 minutes and rushed to brush my teeth before I set off to bus stop. WOo, I never know I can do this! I surprised Adeline with my instant packing skill, must be the experience of packing for debate tournament :-) I miss debate tournaments. I might not be able to attend NUS this time, but maybe it's a good thing. It was what I planned earlier wasn't it? To avoid embarrassing moment when he's around. Hence, i went for the trip and arrived safely in KTSN on Sunday night, around 8:30pm.

I'll post the photos from the trip here later, for I am not in the mood to do the usual story-telling from beginning to end. Also due to the reason I am quite busy as the class resumed after the mid semester exam was over. Loads of reports piled up during exam week and now even heavier as loads of lectures need to read from extra material.

Overall, the trip was fun, but not all event. I tried to appreciate what the committee had installed for us. I really did. But some of the time, I was quite frustrated, yet not to the extend of regreting I should've stayed back that day. Overall, the food was great, the weather over there was crazy and the night we spent there BBQ-ing, playing card games and astonished by the clear East coast night sky decorated with beautiful twinkling stars like a carpet spreaded over the horizon, were all so memorable for me.

Here are some of the pictures taken during the trip. They are from my own Samsung handphone X660.

A breath-taking scene at Tasik Kenyir, the largest man-made lake in Malayia.

I can't believe my hp could produce this kind of wallpaper like effect, ha~

In the boat on the way to take water sample from the middle of the lake: (clock-wise from left the red-shirt girl) Siew Tyng, Lee Yen, Choi Yoke, Me, and Shirley.

This picture was taken at Kuala Terengganu, a jetty there. We visited there before we departed back KL.

Tell me again why I like sea? Because it reminds me of the sea in Penang. I miss the salty breeze and the calming effect of the wide sea view. Terengganu has more beautiful sea view than this. But we didn't get to stop by it.

What a trip!