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Butterflies

Yeah, it has been a long time since I posted photos, actually, malas nak upload and the layout also tak menyelerakan, but haven't the time to change it yet. Got my hands full lately.

The worry bug has hit me again. I haven't fill in the UPU yet, neither shell or whatnot, and these people have been talking about JPA or MARA? What do I do? What course should I take? Some of them asked my opinion.

Of course, I've been hearing a wide array of dates for the release of the SPM results.

I was also thinking about Biomedical Engineering. It's a new course, and not some conventional choice like doctor, accuntant, lawyer, architect,  was really wondering about job prospects and I just can't wait to start learning, see how tough it is and see how I cope with it. Yes, I can drive myself mad with studies again, which is actually a more comforting thought than slacking around, thinking about nonsense and letting your brain rot.

The future seems so uncertain, the result, the inter…

I See You

Ignore the post title, it has nothing to do with what I'm going to post, so far, out of creative ideas for a blog title.

I'm trying my best to recall the events of two previous nights.

I had a chat with Izzat over the phone, he was sharing with me about the criterias that corporate companies look for when they interview a possible candidate for granting their scholarship. Details are kind of fuzzy, since I didn't write it down nor post about it right away.

The first criteria is stress tolerance. Now, every criteria has five levels, the fifth level is the most ideal. In the aspect of stress tolerance, the ideal criteria is when the person calmly tackles the stress and influence others to not feel the stress and work together to overcome it.

Other criterias are creativity, teamwork, drive to success, capability to understand and solve problems at hand, and I can't remember, sadly. I should have written it down.

Basically, what corporate companies look for is well-rounde…

sweet dreams or a beautiful nightmare?

SO NOT!


I keep dreaming about my all my teeth falling out and my gums bleeding, like in a horror movie.

so so weird. wonder what it means?





ah well, thank God, I passed the test.


Now busy with preparations for PKTR, they asked us to research on these speakers:

1. YB Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah, Timbalan Menteri Pengajian Tinggi
2. Y Bhg. Dato' Agil Natt, President and CEO, The International Centre For Education In Islamic Finance (INCEIF)
3. Y Bhg. Dato' Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, President/ CEO of Tenaga Nasional Berhad
4. Mr. Ruben Emir Gnanalingam, Executive Director of Westports Malaysia
5. Tan Sri Dato' Seri Dr Jeffrey Cheah, Sunway Group Founder and Chairman
6. Puan Hamidah Naziadin, Director of Group Corporate Resources, CIMB Group
7. Y Bhg. Tan Sri Dato' Seri Sanusi Junid
8. The Yayasan Tun Razak Board of Trustees

okay, better get off Facebook, and start.

lots of stuff to pack also, formal wear, casual wear, lasak wear and clothes for orang asli, also need to …

In My Head

Myers Briggs Test Results

Introverted (I) 60% Extroverted (E) 40% Sensing (S) 55.56% Intuitive (N) 44.44% Thinking (T) 52.94% Feeling (F) 47.06% Perceiving (P) 55.56% Judging (J) 44.44%
Your type is: ISTP ISTP - "Artisan". Impulsive action. Life should be of impulse rather than of purpose. Action is an end to itself. Fearless, craves excitement, master of tools. 5.4% of total population. Take Free Myers-Briggs Personality Test
I am kind of Introverted? Even if I'm a public speaker-cum-debater? Impulsive action? hurm, sometimes. Craves excitement, yes, I don't want to get bored. Fearless and master of tools, mm, a bit off. I did it twice and got the same results, it's either I lied to myself or I don't really know much about myself, or this test is not as accurate.
Anyway, I finally got to watch Avatar and it's awesome! One of the best movies I've seen so far. Ignore the stereotypes and cliches, but the execution was beautiful, the CGI and everything. The huma…

Cooking Escapades

It has been a while since I posted anything of my daily activities. I clearly wasn't in the mood, and nothing much is going on. Zah's gone to boarding school (and I know it sounds like an annoying song title, but my life would suck without you).

I'm clearly running out of ideas on what to cook, and I'm really bored of the same stuff. Apparently, I seem to have run out of cumin powder and black pepper from my spice rack (I have that?). Usually, when I have that black pepper and I don't know what to cook, I just whip up some masak kicap dish either from beef or chicken. Basically, it's a marinade, well, I guess I could call it that, of a mix of tomato sauce, kicap manis, salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, oregano and that's about it. Tomato sauce gives it a sour taste that kind of reduces the sweetness in the kicap.

With black pepper also, I could make soup out of scratch. Just your regular soup, mind you, not anything fancy like chowder and stuff like that. The…