Merry Christmas

Seasons Greetings to All! I’d been feeling the holidays, stuffing myself and going through the different ways spice up this Christmas. Here’s one of my favorite. Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Wall Street, Not a guru was stirring, ‘mongst the trading elite. The stocks were all laid on the exchange floor with …

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Dell Customer Service

I had been away from the blogging scene for some time. It wasn’t because I was particularly busy, but my laptop was sent to repair at the Dell Depot Center. A little story about this current laptop of mine. I bought it last December after I  had accidentally spilled ramen onto desktop replacement Asus at …

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Angel on Ice

Saw her performance live on tv, simply splendid. I tried to search for her performance on Youtube but those with with better quality are often took down due to copyright claims. Here’s one that I found – Kim Yuna, Bond girl – angel on ice! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bml9L6pWM-o] Update: She just won the gold in Olympics! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQE-v_zwo6k]


It’s often the small talks that lets me know the person behind the name. To the professor who earned his MBA to escape drafting for the Vietnam War, taking a two-year graduate course and finishing it in a year. Working three jobs at the same time to support his education and yet, graduate first in …

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Chinese New Year 2010

Happy Chinese Year to all my friends and readers (if there are any). May you find joy and prosperity in the Year of the Tiger. It may appeared that I had been abandoning this journal for the time, but truthfully I had a pile of backlogged post that I think will not see the light …

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Too Soon, Too Fast

It’s that time of the year again. I’m registering courses for next semester. However, things did not go as smoothly as I anticipated this time. I found that right now, during my second year here, I had accumulated enough credits to be considered a senior. I always had been aware that I had a lot …

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