As I read the readings for my sociology mod, I got to relate alot of stuffs in life, like those tiny little stuffs that seemed so insignificant that i didnt realise. :)
Wednesday, February 20, 2013, 5:54 PM
This can be really depressing. Everything I applied, no one get back to me.I waited, waited and waited. WAIT.
from excitment to
praying hard to
giving up and heck.(current stage)
I start to wonder what's going wrong, where's the problem is.
is it because I am destined to slack during this semester/doing nothing at home or it's just that luck isn't on his way yet?
Saturday, February 16, 2013, 9:02 PM
Today's interview course was a fruitful one. I learnt alot of stuffs, or maybe most of the politically correct ways. & I realised that it's really different from the school interviews that I have been going through the past 16 years of my education. In school, whenever I go for interviews to be the main com/sub com/ leaders/appeal for course, you just have to speak out loud your interest, passionate, and interest and more of less, you will score.. however, when it's a job interview...
Friday, February 15, 2013, 5:47 PM
I know I have been updating my blog lesser and lesser but i doubt anyone will be reading. ( HEHEH) because I have the sitemeter. :( Eitherway, chinese new year is almost considered "over" for me. The house visiting/ angbao taking are sort of done. When you grew older, chinese new year can become more and more boring for you. The sweets/soft drink during chinese new year somehow become not as delicious as it used to me, visiting relatives' house can become really mundane. Stoning during cny can really get very bored unless you gamble. Maybe i should learn to join in the gambling next time when i'm working and there's a monthly income for me.
Back from stockholm more than a month. Still not in the mood to study & all i think was to get out of Singapore. (HEHE) Like to go out trravelling. Sometimes I think i am a weirdo. Like I went to asked around though who went on exchange, they get really homesick and stuffs. But i didn't ( LEH). I do think of Singapore at times, but not that much that I can consider it as "homesick". No sennse of commitment/attachment ? I'm not sure. I dont know why.
Actually,I think Singapore it's pretty a nice city to live in. Beside being such a tiny & crowded country. there's nothing I dislike about Singapore. Clean, efficient, high standard of living , protected from natural diseaster, good transport network, high life expectancy. Too bad, the population is going to grow to 6.9 million in 17 year times. I can't imagine and i dont really want to imagine because I find the numbers really riduclous/ambitous for Singapore.
Dream home? Hahha, I bet that's forever a dream to me.