Posts Tagged ‘Slice of Life’

Busy busy busy…

Posted: April 16, 2009 in Slice of Life


This is what I went through since last week:

  • Wednesday: 8.30am to 5.30pm INBIOSIS, UKM.
  • Thursday: 8.00am went out to catch the train, 10.00am arrived at Intel Damansara for training, 3.30pm back.
  • Friday: 6.00am woke up, 7.00am went out, 10.30am started working, 9.30pm reached hostel.
  • Saturday: “, “, “, 10.30pm reached hostel.
  • Sunday: “, “, “, 11.15pm reached hostel.
  • Monday: 8.30am to 5.30pm INBIOSIS, UKM.
  • Tuesday: 8.30 to 5.30pm INBIOSIS, UKM.

Now that’s what I call a meaningful life. -_-

Current status: Rushing my TuniBase project, hopefully I can finish up the main part before the deadline on this Friday. God bless me LOL.


Train station

Posted: March 31, 2009 in Random Ramblings


When you’ve been a train man as long as I have, you see a lot of people meeting, parting, joy, sadness… After a while, it doesn’t even get to you anymore. I wonder how long it’s been… There’s an invisible rail between me and the passengers. I could never live their lives. I’m just a train man plain and simple. It’s easier that way. That’s not to say that the crossing gate of my heart doesn’t hurt now and again. Back during the war, I remember there was a lot of painful scenes then. But, that’s a story for another day…

Cookies for those who know who said this. 😉

Image taken from one of my trips in KL.

Holy shit this is procrastination at its best!

Seriously even a polar bear would have already reached Antartica to meet up with his penguin friend.

Anyway, not much content for this weekly tour (Which occurs over a month ago) because I only went to The Mines, a shopping complex in Serdang. Still not bad though as I continued to explore new area in KL before I go back to my hometown in May.


The special part of The Mines is that they actually designed a river inside the mall. This river connects to the resort area and visitors can fetch a boat ride to travel between these two locations.


Earth Hour

Posted: March 28, 2009 in Slice of Life


Did everyone do their part by turning off the light for an hour? I’m proud to say that I did. Although it may not be significant, but I believe this ripple will become a big wave one day. 🙂


I miss my warm, cozy bedroom. So today I’m going to dedicate this post to my room. I took these photo last CNY so it’s been quite a while but I think nothing changed much since then.


A glance through my room from the entrance. Yes I sleep on a queen size bed because I am big. :-p Actually I got the bed after my parents decided to upgrade to a king size bed, and so I upgraded for free too.


I was bored and I started to tidy up my stuff in my HD. Found some photos that I had almost forgotten.

I found my January haul group session photo. OMFG.


The only one not in here is Hayase Mitsuki which is over here.

That’s 15 figures for January. Massive damage to my wallet. I was new to figure collecting so that explained my aggressiveness.

Well it’s been 2 months since so my wallet should have rest up a bit for my future hauls. :-p

Bring it on! -_- No no I should save up for my Japan trip in May. I’ll get more figures there! LOL


Muahahaha, I received a call from my mom two days ago and she told me that I passed my JLPT Level 4 Exam! I got 362/400 – Definitely out of my expectation. I thought that I would be barely over 300, but well, I’m just on cloud nine!

Now I am step nearer to my dream – Live in Japan to find a gravure idol fulfil my otaku desire. Don’t worry, I won’t be another Akibahara maniac. Ginza maniac should be not bad…? LOL >_>;

Anyway, I plan to take JLPT Level 3 this coming December and I really have a lot to catch up once I go back to UTM. My girl (She also passed JLPT 4, 352/400, my heartiest congratulation!!) has been attending the preparation class and she occasionally gave me tutor over the phone. However this won’t help me much because, you know, ears could become quite painful after awhile. :-p Don’t worry, I know how good I am at learning, so, JLPT Level 3, here I come!