Saturday, May 16, 2009

Another "personality test"

Your view on yourself:You are down-to-earth and people like you because you are so straightforward. You are an efficient problem solver because you will listen to both sides of an argument before making a decision that usually appeals to both parties.
I can be very idealistic and unrealistic sometimes.

The type of girlfriend/boyfriend you are looking for:You are a true romantic. When you are in love, you will do anything and everything to keep your love true.
Typical Piscean, ya, I think I'm romantic...haha.

Your readiness to commit to a relationship:You are ready to commit as soon as you meet the right person. And you believe you will pretty much know as soon as you might that person.
Right person, right time...I think so...

The seriousness of your love:You like to flirt and behave seductively. The opposite sex finds this very attractive, and that's why you'll always have admirers hanging off your arms. But how serious are you about choosing someone to be in a relationship with?
This statement seems to contradict the previous one. Well, I'm not always among the opposite sex. I have more girl friends tha guy friends and I think I care for everyone just the same way.

Your views on education: Education is very important in life. You want to study hard and learn as much as you can.
There are times when I feel like there's too little I know but for academic purposes, I'd rather study smart than study hard :-p

The right job for you:You have plenty of dream jobs but have little chance of doing any of them if you don't focus on something in particular. You need to choose something and go for it to be happy and achieve success.
At least I'm settled down in one particular field now, I won't float away...

How do you view success: You are confident that you will be successful in your chosen career and nothing will stop you from trying.
yap, I have faith in myself. Once I've decided, I'm going to do it whole-heartedly.

What are you most afraid of:You are afraid of having no one to rely on in times of trouble. You don't ever want to be unable to take care of yourself. Independence is important to you.
Independence is important to me but I love to rely on people around me too.

Who is your true self:You are mature, reasonable, honest and give good advice. People ask for your comments on all sorts of different issues. Sometimes you might find yourself in a dilemma when trapped with a problem, which your heart rather than your head needs to solve.
Those are important qualities of a counsellor but i'm not sure if I'm really like this. Yea, "heart problems" are more challenging than "head problems".

Got to try out this test through Jessica's blog. Well, Got nothing better to do for the time being.
To try out yourself, please click here:

First week of holiday usually spells B.O.R.E.D....

Looks like internet connection doesn't allow me to upload my pics to my blog. Argh!~ I despise the speed of connection at home (although I used to complain about the broadband signals in campus which "disappear" sometimes). Well, I guess all I need is patience...and more patience...since I've still got time during holidays, might as well plan something else which is beneficial.
Tomorrow will attend a talk about investment. Looking forward to it cause there's definitely something new I can gain. Lately, I'm into business and financial topics. Probably due to the boredom I get from this one-week holiday (so far), I'm starting to develop new interests again.

People who are in Kch...WHERE ARE YOU GUYS? or probably, you guys are not back yet. Sigh~
After the talk tomorrow, I'll be heading to places with people/crowd and try to make new friends. Now I realise, how important friends are. They keep me alive. Now, I'm like half dead. Oh well, not to forget my work (being 2 secretaries, one vice president, one unit head, a participant of all sorts of events, assignments and a responsible (ok, will reconsider this adjective) student at the same time) which really drives me into severe "busy-ness" but is very enjoyable.

I guess I still cannot recover from my busy lifestyle in campus, being too free just make me anxious. That just makes me wonder, am I a workaholic? Right now, I'll just get a sleep and stop all these wonderings.


Thursday, May 14, 2009


Jogoya trip. I was a little disappointed because the choice of sushi is not as much as I expected. Dessert was the best though. Well, let the pictures do the talking shall we?

I started off with this refreshment.Thai fragrant coconut. Nice. It's not too sweet nor too filling. Haha...good for me so that I have space to fill my stomach with some better food.
Seafood miso. cery nice to my liking (I picked the ingredients myself :p )
Spider crab. It's one of the VIP food. I did not actually own the VIP card. One nice aunty who queued in front of me offered to lend me her card so that we could enjoy the meal. She was such a nice person. And thanks to her, we also got to enjoy lobsters. As we were too hungry at the firts place, we finished it before we had the time to take a picture of it.
After eating all the seafood, I decided that I should start tasting the desserts. There were cakes and mochis and more...
TaDA~ pudding, cookies, fruits and the one I've have been long waiting for: Haagen Dazs Ice-Cream~ yumyum... I really regretted that I did not take a few more scoops. I was too full then and in case something goes wrong with my stomach, how am I suppose to go back and continue revising Mental Health for tomorrow's test?

Finally, got to the taste the red wine as my final drink before we leave the restaurant. Something's wrong with it. I suspect that it's diluted with water because it's so bland that I can drink the whole glass in one goal. June was so afraid that I might get drunk but I guess alcohol concentration was at its minimum (due to the dilution).
A photo of the two girls who wanted to make legend for having a big meal the day before Mental Health final exam which was taught by our very respected Profesor Suradi. I got a B something in his previous subject and I just got my most recent results a few days ago. Woo~ I got an A. But I doubt how I could have done that, seriously. I didn't even finish reading the textbook that night after Jogoya. *guilty but relieved*

Another picture outside the restaurant.
Well, I think I ate a lot (ok, maybe not as much as the girls next table. Despite how thin and pretty they are, they can really eat) so it's worth back my money amounted RM40++ during the promotion. I mean, 2 scoops of Haagen Dazs ice-cream is worth RM20++ already, not to mention all the seafood and desserts I've had. I think the best Japanese food was grilled Unagi. I think I had 2 plates of those. And I ate a lot of salmon too :D Other than that, I just tasted a bit of here and there. The cheese baked escargot was pretty bad though. I still prefer those served at The Ship. Those I had that day was too dry like the snails were imported from the great Sahara desert. But towards the end, the desserts had enlighten my day...I LOVE SWEET FOOD, YUMMY~ too bad, I was really full at that point. Seriously, I'm not the right person to enjoy buffet. I rather enjoy fine food with less amount. But for people who have bigger appetites, it'll be really worthit.



Well, we've seen many twins before but what about triplets? The chance is 1 in 8100. I'm not sure if I have known 8100 people but this is one of the historical days in my life...the first time I meet this three brothers altogether. They've surprised me when they were asking my co-workers about educational information during one of our activities in SMK Chung Hua Klang. I was done with my work at that time so I listened to the others. Just as I was observing the conversation between one of the brothers and my friend, another turned to me and I was surprised and couldn't help but to to say to my other friend "Look, they're twins!". Then the third brother turned to us and we shouted "TRIPLETS!!!"
So, here they are. I am the only person who got to take a shoot with them because we were actually running out of time then. Lucky me! Haha... (laughs victoriously)

As I promised to update my blog (more frequently), I am going to make full use of my holiday to post the pictures and events which I missed when I was in the campus.