Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Chapter 102~ First week of usual class..

Hmmmmm...! First week of my class! Not bad after all.. Is fun when you are with friends, studying together during lecture and tutorial.. Laugh along, have fun and in the same time learn something.. That's something learning should be.. To have fun! Learning ought to be a fun process.. Its all about how the lecturer or tutor teaches..

Unlike my high school year.. Teachers teach for the sake of fulfilling their duty.. Creating a boring and dull environment, how can students learn in such environment.. Why some student fail to achieve great results during their high school year but starts shining during college? This has to do with the education system and the lecturers.. However, we can't always rely on our lecturers.. They are there to guide us and they can't teach us EVERYTHING.. We have to be independent, do more research and reference on OURSELVES!

I love college and university! Its totally a different story when you are talking about high school and college.. College is somehow like tuition.. We are able to set our own schedule, going different class, different timing.. School on the other hand, is straight forward, the schedule is set and duration is the same during weekdays whereas college you can be off for at least a day.. Some students however attend classes for 2 days and the rest of the day are free.. **JEALOUS** Depends on the course you are taking..

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Chapter 101~ Middle of the month...

My holidays are over.. My semester four resumes! What a holiday! So much fun and adventurous... Just that my friends are going back to their uni on September.. Haizzz.. Its trouble times nowadays in politics.. Road blocking a week back, what a disastrous.. People are having trouble, even conflict with the police.. Nevertheless, stand strong in their beliefs..

I just signed up for my tutorial class today.. Jam pack full.. Supposingly starts at 12.30pm.. Instead, it started way earlier.. Thank God I made a proper arrangement on my schedule, only a one or two are out of my desire and didn't have a choice..

Anyway, haven't been blogging a lot eversince holidays.. These are the pictures of Fei Fei! My birthday present from my beloved cell group W28! My sister requested that I should snap some pictures of her once a while because she misses her dearly after proceeding her internship in Singapore.. xD



Lovely Fei Fei..
She loves to do that everytime I touch her nose..


Look so innocent..Awwww...Emo..


I guessed thats all for now.. Adios! =)

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Chapter 100~ Politics!

Pakatan Rakyat (PR) expects to benefit more from the July 9 Bersih rally than the first demonstration in 2007 due to greater support from all races now, says PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu.

The electoral reform protest four years ago saw up to 50,000 people take to the streets of Kuala Lumpur, which has been partly credited for the opposition’s record gains in Election 2008 when the loose pact swept to power in five states and won 82 parliamentary seats.

Our chances now are brighter as there are blogs and Facebook,” said Mohamad in an interview with The Malaysian Insider.

“The support for Bersih is very strong from all races,” added the newly-elected PAS No. 2, who is more popularly known as Mat Sabu.

The Islamist party has promised to bring hundreds of thousands of supporters to the Bersih rally in the capital on July 9.

Mohamad said the march for free and fair elections ahead of a general election, which is expected to be called early next year, will spur people to fight electoral fraud.

As the Najib administration cracks down on the rally, Bersih 2.0 has taken the fight online in an operation codenamed “Ops Kuning”.

The group aims to reach 50,000 supporters on its official Facebook page and 10,000 followers on Twitter.

At the time of writing, Bersih 2.0 has 20,498 fans on its Facebook page and 3,945 Twitter followers.

On the Facebook page, many users called on Malaysians to march for change and fight against corruption.

“But the challenge that we face is in the postal vote system. Pakatan Rakyat can’t do anything right now about the monopoly and fraud in postal votes,” said Mohamad.

“Postal voters should be those who are our overseas students and workers, as well as our police and army who are working overseas. But now, postal votes are for the entire police force, the army and their wives, which is illogical and not right,” he added.

The nation’s security forces are largely seen as reliable vote banks for Barisan Nasional (BN).

Bersih 2.0 wants to hand a memorandum to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to demand free and fair elections, which include reform to the postal ballot system.

The government, however, insists that elections are already free and fair, citing the opposition’s historic gains in Election 2008.