Friday, October 17, 2008

21st birthday, is it that special?

So, the last birthday party I attended was Choon Liang's birthday party. It was his 21st birthday. And it was held as a fun-like party

These are the few photos we captured.

The party was held in CL's house. We were told to wear orange. CL is indeed a very tricky guy. ORANGE is one of the hardest to come by colour. So, I spent days before his birthday trying to shop for a decent looking, yet not too plain blouse. At last, found this one in Seed. After discount, stil cost me RM55!
It was a well planned event. Transport was even provided for us. Haha...
There, the food was great. The games were fun (though I did not join in), CL's dad was hilarious. He was kinda tipsy, was drinking a bit too much. (maybe he was overjoyed that his son is finally old). So, what did uncle do that got us all laughing non-stop??
haha..... he danced for us. Can you imagine? An uncle, shaking his bottoms? But, it was cool man! Very sporting indeed.
Then, everyone was so really so into the whole making-ppl-look-silly part, they even asked the uncle to kiss CL's mum!!! So , there he went, lips against lips!
It was overall a really great party. I wonder, whether reaching the age of 21 is that important? Or is it just a mere excuse to hold a great party which is to everyone's advantage?
Whatever the reason was for, I would like to say a big thank you to CL for giving the class the opportunity to have some fun together, especially after our hard work for exam.

Monday, October 6, 2008

First day going back to class!!!


Stress again!!!!!!!!!!


Feeling drift off again.....

Each time I think of the phrase "Erny buck up!" OOOhhhh...... sends shiver down my spine.
Why do we need so much of studying? How does it help us in life? How will academic achievement proves of someone's capabilities? Does it really signify the level of critical thinking one can accomplish?


Malaysia is such an exam oriented country. So what with all the achievement in exam? How does it contribute to Malaysia's development? As if someone of better knowledge won't act uncivilised?
What with studying professional accountant? It's like a subject of moral in the context of accounting. As if human will not commit fraud when they learn PA?? As if differentiating between what is ethical and unethical act can deter human from having the eagerness to earn some 'extra income'??
Tell me! Seriously, it all boils down to individual nature. How one is brought up. How was the family upbringing and so on. You can't just teach an adult to write out what is right and what is wrong, and expect them to do the same is reality. What a childish thinking.....
In reality everything is different from what we learn in our studies.

So, why the heck is Malaysia's culture so obsessed with studying??????????????