Archive for January, 2006

Woohoo! Link!!!

30 January 2006

Richard has a blog!!! Added under Med Peepz. :D
To those of you who don’t know who he is.. er.. he’s Richard lah. One of the Library Gods (or Demi-God ah? Oi, some other library inhabitant please clarify), one of the debaters from my batch, one of the guys I often team up with for Asian […]

Prosper in all prosperity during this prosperous new year - KenJ

29 January 2006

Happy Chinese New Year!!! 新年快乐! 万事如意!
This will be my last CNY at home for a few years (with at least 3 yrs in Belfast from August onwards), so it is extra special. I cannot stop thinking of it, and wondering how CNY away from home will feel like. Heh, everyone seems to be […]

Different Types, Different Sizes

26 January 2006

All generally the same colour and shape…
Some are smoother, some are more bumpy… some skin’s thicker, some skin’s thinner… some are big, some are small… they taste different, yet generally the same…
Mandarin Oranges, a very important aspect of Chinese New Year. You think ang pow are more important? Well, let’s put it this […]

ONG AH!!! $_$

26 January 2006

Title inspired by a super hyper mossie’s greeting.
I just went to Asians and AUDC and Airasia websites and did some calculations. For each person, Asians will cost a total of RM 813 while AUDC will cost RM 1290. *gulp* Sheena and I will most prob have to pay our own way there, since we’re no […]

Newest Addition

25 January 2006

I’m bored and my blog’s been lacking in updates, so it’s guessing time! Mmm… What’s green and brown, have 4 legs and is very popular during chinese new year?
Our new mahjong table
I went around with Ma this afternoon to look for a mahjong table and finally got a wooden one. We used to have one, […]

Med Students Turned Bakers

23 January 2006

So there’s no exam to study for and most of us are rotting at home…. here’s what some of us have been busy with.
Sheena’s making Apple Crumble and Apple Pie. She says she’s following the alphabets… Blueberries next, maybe??
Grace’s making Kek Lapis. Too free, really too free…
Me? I’m making Double Choc Chip Cookies. It’s the […]

Chinese New Year — Preparation & All

22 January 2006

9 shopping trips in a week, all in preparation of Chinese New Year. Not bad eh?
I’ve been to Giant thrice to shop on Mummy’s behalf, buying all sorts of CNY stuff. Mummy says not to buy so much this year, so the list she gave me was supposedly shorter than previous years’. Now… “not so […]


18 January 2006

I’ve been packing, at least I’m supposed to be doing that. While I’m throwing out my stuff, I have been coming across notes, cards, letters and photos from a long time ago, even a photo from my primary school days!
Not all the memories were wonderful ones, but worth looking back at anyhow. Hmm… I have […]

Last Night

13 January 2006

Everything is packed, I’m moving out of the room I’ve stayed in for about 2 years. I’ve had 2 of the best housemates anyone can have. :)
Since I won’t be needing my room much, apart from sleeping in it at night, I will be moving to a much smaller room while I do my attachment […]

Attach or not???

11 January 2006

Most of you know about my excessively long 8 months break. I had originally planned to do attachments at KL GH for a month and then maybe some lab stuff at IMU after that. Now… *shrug*… I don’t know. It just seems silly to continue staying in KL, at the same time having to waste […]

Ideal Career

10 January 2006

Your Career Type: Investigative

You are precise, scientific, and intellectual.
Your talents lie in understanding and solving math and science problems.
You would make an excellent:
Architect - Biologist - Chemist
Dentist - Electrical Technician - Mathematician
Medical Technician - Meteorologist - Pharmacist
Physician - Surveyor - Veterinarian
The worst career options for your are enterprising careers, like lawyer or real estate agent.

What’s […]

Living In Denial

7 January 2006

Look! We may have found the reason for the increasing crime rates in Johor Bahru. I call it “denial”.
The city has been receiving pretty bad publicity from travel guides, both in print and on the Internet, with some books and websites labelling the major entry point as a crime-prone area.
The websites and guidebooks associate […]

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