Saturday, April 29, 2006

10 day to turning 17

another year older another year wiser.

indeed a year is a long long long time for a person to mature. thinking back when i was 16 still in secondary school life was more structured. now it is more freeform. poly is fun. but comparing now and then its really different.

gonna turn 17 in 10 days. i'm not sure if i am actually excited. lately a bombshell dropped on me. well been a bit hurt by it but still holding on. its different this time i took it really well. and have been really trying to change. i embrace change now, unlike when i was 16. change was initially difficult but its part and parcel oh life.

like they say, u gain some u lose some. usually we only see what we lose , but actually we gain something, something we probably never noticed.

i am deep in thought

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

the poly life story.

after sucessfully completed the 1st week of poly (orientation) + a fewdays i must say its refreshing. off with the school uniforms off with the stupid hairstyles. the free dome of lots of things and the freedom of our study. appeals to me. lectures are fun. new friends made, ian , han ming, nicole, sian xia( i think), jia ling, etc etc .new fiends. i also met up with some of my old class mates like angelia!. its ages since we seen each other.

anyways here's the gist of the story. lectures lectures and more lectures. it appears that i only have lectures this week . lunch at cannteen 1 is fine lunch at sim is great.

oh did mention the band there?

it was fun wad we are currently preparing for pops and classics our next concert . do attend =D

Saturday, April 15, 2006


check out the above link and see the online epic; the JC/POLY WAR.

started by non other than the idiot redpony.

being a literature student i shall start critisizing him in every possible way.

"Huh? Polys are for those who cant enter JCs. If someone cant even meet the minimum cutoff to enter a JC, it's just plain sad. People from poly should know their place. You kids are just 2nd class. JC > polys anyday. I mean.... there's never a need to enter a poly anyway. I dont think anyone in my circle of friends cant make the minimum cut off.

Read your last line, kid. I dont understand what you are trying to say." quoted from redpony's post in the forums.

Well, i must say that it is SAD that u think that people are sad not actually making it to jc. Boy, u are sure snobbish.. I'm a freshie at a local poly and hey i qualified for jc too. by saying , "I dont think anyone in my circle of friends cant make the minimum cut off." perhaps u are convincing yourself that your friends are too, having their heads in the sky just like you. this clearly shows that u are dillusional.

honestly i am disgusted at your lack of intelligence (even though u claimed to be in a great junior collage). whats the point of posting that post in the forum, perhaps u this was the answer "People from poly should know their place". People from poly to know our place? Wow, if this was a question on a gp paper u will be doomed to fail.

"never a need to enter a poly anyway", are you so certain? are you so sure that the economy does not require students with diplomas? not only to say that u are not really smart but u lack the ability to see the big picture.

Seriously u should start reading your social studies text book in greater detail, ( ESP. the racial riots)


On Another Note,

I believe that Jc and poly are just different routes leading to the same ending.
it is not comparable between both type of insititions.


Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Brain Lateralization Test Results
Right Brain (50%) The right hemisphere is the visual, figurative, artistic, and intuitive side of the brain.
Left Brain (36%) The left hemisphere is the logical, articulate, assertive, and practical side of the brain
Are You Right or Left Brained?
personality tests by

this probably explain my queer intuition. and how i love the strange and bizzare

Saturday, April 08, 2006


i was reading it somewhere on the net. some one typed this " once a band member always a band member." i'd say thats really true. music added lots of colours to my life. i wished i learnt it earlier. the expression of wind band music. expression without words. feeling the expression in music. if the best feeling in the world. yes, better than sex( i'm being metaphoric, i don't mean it literally). have u every heard wind band music and just cried. i did and i'm proud of it. sprited away medley ( the one played by st hilda's was one piece). it reminded me about the love between chihiro and haku. and the greater things in life. another piece was ross roy ( overture for band ), which has a theme of school life. i was leaving kcpss then and missed it so bad. i missed not handing up my homework, failing my test, getting good grades and MOST of all KUO CHUAN PRESBYTERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL CONCERT BAND. all the crazy band camps all the stupid things we do went thru 2 syfs ( 1 being a no show) and i just grow towards it.i started out as a horid tuba player. with determination i made to be the section leader of tuba and later section leader of tuba/euphonium. and my gosh, played so many pieces and had heck of fun. now i', inm ngee ann poly concert band, a hornist there. still enjoying it. i must say Once a Band Member, ALWAYS a BAND MEMBER!

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