Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Tomorrow will be Jogoya Day..no matter what...will only think about my exam on mental health (30/4) after that...I Want all the ice-creams!!! hahaha

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Pseudoscience...or not?

I used to be an extremely perceptive person. I just realised that my mode of thinking has changed. Well, it comes from several aspects. A counselling student need not be so "scientific" but I just can't help to think logically like how I was trained in my science stream years.

Lately, I was informed that a researcher from Japan Masaru Emoto who has done some research on the crystalization of water that was exposed to positive regards such as "love and gratitude" and prayers will form beautiful shapes when frozen. On the other hand, the crystalization will look "ill" if the water is being cursed and devalued. The results awed many people because if it is real, that means water has "life" but of course if it's not sterile water, it'll surely has live i.e. microorganisms. But let's just put that aside, our body is made up of more than 70% of water. What will the consequences be, if we receive good meesages more than negative messages, will we be healthier and more beautiful?

Well, some people simply think that it's crap because they claim that not enough evidence was presented. Now, Evidence is important, especially in science. If a person wants to claim his/her studies to be scientific, he/her better be prepared with all those empirical data. But again, if the person is unethical, the results can be made up. My point is, whether this is true or not is not within what we can say until we are able to disprove it. Being a counselling student and most of the time using theories which are hard to measure (human's minds and emotions are uneasy to be measured), this is the principle which I will hold, at least for the time being. Until someone can disprove the hypothesis, what the researcher claim will still be true. Not that I believe in the hypothesis 100%, I don't have the time and equipment to carry out experiments (although it does not sound too complicated) to deny it.

So, for the time being, it's still an amazing experiment to me. I'm not sure about the water in our body, but I'm sure, psychologically, if we (normal human being) are being exposed to negative messages all the time, we'll get tired, and eventually become "ill" in whichever term that fits your understanding most. Words can kill or heal (quoted from Dr. Haslee). Then, why not let us say something good to others as much as we can, I mean there's nothing to lose. And you're doing a good thing to the world, making others happy. Of course not until the extend someone would think you're hypocrite. Therefore, you can call me naive, I just want to believe in nice things. I just believe good things will happen to anyone, with or without proof. Sometimes, believing it is what you have to do.

p.s. If you disagree with me, please share with me your thoughts, I'd really love to see from a different point of view.

By the way, Dr. Masaru Emoto be at PGRM, Cheras, on 23/4 (thu), 7.30pm to give a talk (on his research). You may go if you're interested.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

I was looking for a friend's name through the Facebook. Lately u'll find me logged on to it almost daily...oops~ it's study week, exam in not more than 2 days!!! However, this is not the main point, exam is just exam, what more?
The main reason I blogged is because, as i was searching for my friend's name, which i think is quite common, I suddenly got the idea to search for my own name. Guess what? There are actually 9 Bei Shans...yeah...mb around the globe wadsoever. Luckily we don't share the same surname. oK... My name ain't that special, but 9 is quite many too...anyhow, I know none of them, so just forget it. Next time when you've got nothing to do, u may try too. See how many people shares ur name. haha..

Saturday, April 04, 2009


These are the several pics I have in my laptop for the time being, will edit and repost after I find some time to transfer the photoes from my phone to my laptop ; )

Hawaii Nite (some random pics first,update later).


MAK 27/02/09

This year, MAK is not that exciting anymore. Last year we were so happy taking photoes together, hoping to capture the beauty of every beautiful girl and handsome guy to store them in our photo albums. This year...hm...all I was excited about was my prize...yap, I was awarded "Anugerah Jasa Bakti". Haha...all deprivation of sleep and reduction of entertainment pays! I can't really remember the criteria to receive the award. I think it's something like contributing to college activities that kind. The award was given to 19 students and 6 Chinese students received the award. I'm proud to be one of the receipients. Well, not the highest award but, it gives satisfaction to me. I actually got a hint that I'm going to receive an award that night when one of my juniors asked me to give her my photoes (for the multimedia presentation) but I had no clue what award it'd be until that particular night.

Here's a photo of it. Ya it looks hidden behind the gifts I received. Doorgifts and flowers given by some gentlemen. Thanks.

A photo of me with Cia Wen, a final year senior.

A photo with my daughter. Haha...i have a bunch of "kids" but I chose the pictures randomly. Like I said, I don't take many photoes this year, so it's a pity you guys can't get the best out of our college's pretty girls.

Layout of the table before dinner.

Another final year senior. Duno why she reminds me of my mother. I think my mum look a bit like her when she was young...haha...

June and her "husband", our YB haha...two of them in our MT board now. Probably the most influential couple in our CC board ;p

I kissed a girl Ooppss...

Oh, now that I've uploaded these pics, I just recalled that many of my pics are taken using others' cameras. Feel lazy to trace where they are now. So, by right I should have taken more pics than these. Uh...it's okla...Upload more other lenglui pics some day later...maybe in other events. About the event...i somehow find food better than last year, although some disagreed. The place was not was grand (held at The Summit, Subang) compared to that at JW Mariott in Putrajaya last year. I arrived late this year, took the last bus and almost miss it. Aih~long story, can forget it. Second year dy, like what I usually say, Old Liaw...less excitement, less thrill, less fun...more serious stuff to do. Another training camp on the following camp, have to be in the condition to go to Kuala Selangor next early morning.

Sorry again for not updating my blog. Been EXTREMELY busy. I notice that the hitcounter keeps running. Thanks to all of you who concerns about me and thanks for visiting. Lazy to type, so will upload photoes only. Hopefully the line is cooperative enough to allo me to do that ; )