US Embassy Logo (Courtesy of US Embassy) I woke up very early in the morning trying to beat the KL traffic rush to reach the US Embassy in time for my visa. What amazed me was that even though I was an hour earlier than my appointment time, there is already a line of people … Read moreVisa and So Much More
Time is money. Or so goes the age old saying. Unfortunately, for my case, it literally means money! For those who know me really well in these past year, they can tell that I procrastinate a lot, up to a point where I have to admit that I am very lazy. I’m trying to remove … Read moreTime is Money
Hmm, I just received a very disturbing news from my mother. It seems that rumors are flying are that the petrol kiosks around the state are on strike – refusing to sell precious hydrocarbons to customers. I don’t know how long this strike will be as unconfirmed sources estimate it to be from one to … Read moreStrike! No Oil!
This week, I went to a private hospital to perform my medical check up. It got me to wonder, should this country encourage more private hospitals or build more state operated ones. I went to a government hospital for my medical check-up last year. I was able to compare differences between these two type of … Read moreMedical: Of Bureaucracy and Professionalism
Tomorrow, there’s supposed to be an award presentation for university’s high achievers. And with such formal occasion requires formal clothing, which means, ironed and pressed long sleeve shirts and slacks. Suddenly, I found myself facing requests from the guys to borrow my iron. Being the only male specimen in the whole block who iron his … Read moreOf Ironing in Supply and Demand
Might as well give this a little shout out here. The USA for Students is going to be held tomorrow. The details are as following: Saturday June 14, 2008 10:00AM – 4:00PM Dewan San Choon – Wisma MCA 163 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur Don’t miss it out if you are planning to go US to … Read moreUSA for Students – Coming Up!
Last weekend, LEO Club organized its annual Children Camp event. Boy, was it tiring or what. I need to go to meetings and practice some group dances the week beforehand. Even worse, the night before the big day, we all stay up so late to do last minute work till I overslept the next day. … Read moreChildren Camp 4 – Part 1
This world runs on black gold (Courtesy of HowStuffWork) When I was applying to Wharton for my undergraduate studies, I did thought of taking international business as a double degree to complement the course I was intending to study. Since this is old news, it didn’t cross my mind again until a few days ago … Read moreOil for International Business
Sigh, I need to write how do I want people to remember me by as part of the leaving student profile. Growing up, I have a few distinctive traits, but is that how I want people to remember me by? So, I type this question through MSN to a few random people on my list. … Read moreWhat Do You Think of Me?
Old Malacca – Where it all began. This is the final part of my trilogy about my trip to Malacca. The first order of the day is to get breakfast/lunch because we all overslept that day. Too tired and lack of sleep from the day before equals me who cannot be woke up by alarm … Read moreLEO Trip to Malacca – Part 3