Today marks the 31th August, happy birthday mum and Happy independence day to Malaysia. 17 years living in a peaceful country was a worthwhile. Lets keep it that way with unity and our strength to built the better future. Give a loud applaud to the past heroes, sometimes I wanted to live in the days when Malacca is first known, such an adventure it would be, does it? Let's anticipate the fireworks and rave around holding the national flag.
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Bella how's this? The pictures taken wasn't enough so I had to put random things in it. And for the other page I suggest leave it as it is on one full page. So if anyone have recommendations or objections, please confront directly to me. Thank you.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
" Behind every exciting experience, should there be cruel reminders?"
My visions were blurred, my focus became blunt. Have I lost faith, have I lost to fate? My dreams and ambitions seems to elude me. I couldn't bear this burden. It feels like my soul had been taken away, so empty. Everything seems to be fake. Tell me, myself. What do you seek the most?
Monday, August 24, 2009
3 Days passed and there is still no progress in anything. I can't draw, I can't study. What am I in a paradox state? Some students dying worrying about the trials but me, I didn't feel anything. I am unable to study. Sigh, I still doesn't get the motivation that I need.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
The Pantomime doesn't go as well as planned, but it is worth for our last year. Even so I didn't enjoy my role but when we were at the stage, I saw huge audience, lots of crowd. I did not have those nerve-wrecking stage fright but the feelings of happiness and sadness entwines at that moment. The crowds were cheering and applauding gave me those flashbacks of my past years in this school. Our acting days, our days in the limelight. I remembered where we used to cut class just to prepare for our performance. Now I stand there along with the crew of my past memories, singing the independence song along. Together with the principle and teachers, along with the crowd down below. Singing as loudly as we could, just to savour this final moments.
After the ceremony ends, everyone just left like that. Leaving papers and plastic that swept away by winds. Empty and quiet. The feeling of that good well done Farewell.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
In day 2, I went down to the cooking room to watch how they repair the sewing machines. It was more complicated than I expected. After that we went down to teach them how to play traditional games such as the 'Congkak' and 'Batu Seremban'. The Japanese guys are invited to play soccer and Takraw. It was fun, I wouldn't miss another opportunity like this.
The Japanese visitors came back to their country yesterday, maybe the jet lag still last today. I need to get one of those SLR cameras. To enhance my ability in photography. The holidays are just around the corner. Everything went so fast, I am now exhausted to chase it.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
(れんらく ) してください.
AUGUST 14, DAY 1
The first day was led more to ice-breaking, to get to know each other and stuff. Who would want to miss this rare opportunity. The Japanese people have always been intriguing. I just love them, and gave them the best hospitality as I could. They are all very friendly, I take my chances to speak Japanese with them, so far it goes well... I think. We took our visitors all around the school, they were quite impressed with our artworks but not so much about our so called cleanliness. I was quite disappointed with the vandalized equipments, such minds that humans have. Anyways, it was so much fun escorting them. We exchange contacts and such, we also teach them a few malay language as well. The best of all, I met so many friends. It is one of the experiences that I have been seeking of. I hope that one day, I will met them again. Or better yet, lets go there.