If I were to pick a season, any season at all, I would pick summer. The weather is pleasant, and there are constant golden rays of the sun, but most importantly, I am back home where I belong. but now... my summer break is almost over. I even downloaded a countdown widget on my Dashboard … Continue reading End of Summer 2011
Hello! Here's some work-related pictures/updates! *giggles* This picture is just to prove that I actually do work in a workshop. I'm on a higher platform, so you can see half the workshop. The smiley face is where the company's logo is 😛 In the past two weeks, I believed I have sweated more than I … Continue reading Summer Internship Pt 2 of 2
I started work this summer. Why? Because everyone else is. Almost everyone. I now intern in an oil and gas company, where I alter between between office and workshop. In the office, it is more about reading up on manuals and operating procedures, occasionally helping out of colleagues with shredding and miscellaneous stuffs. In the … Continue reading Summer Internship Pt 1 of 1
It feels good to be home. (: I could not believe that it has been more than nine months since I last came back to Miri. Everything brings a sense of familiarity, yet somehow a little different. The shiny automatic gate has finally replaced the white rusty creaking gate, while a brown sturdy plate with … Continue reading Summer 2011
I turn twenty today. 19 May 2011 marks the end of my teen years as I begin the first day of my young adulthood phase. Growing up is proportional to the unspoken understanding of maturity level other people expects from you. Being twenty brings a blend of mixed feelings. A sense of satisfaction to not … Continue reading 20.
29th April 2011 marked the one of the most memorable date for Great Britain, as the world celebrated the royal wedding of Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton. But in Manchester, for the Malaysian Society, it symbolized the most important event of the year. The Malaysian Night 2011: CANCANNOT. Although I am grateful to be … Continue reading Malaysian Night 2011 : CanCannot
When I was young, I wanted to work in the same place my parents did. I have no idea what their occupation was, I did not know how much it would pay, but I grow up wanting to work in Shell. I went to visit the Shell Technology Centre Thornton today. It was about an … Continue reading A Visit to Shell UK