Saturday, January 17, 2015

Food in Guilin?

Not really, just junk food in Guilin (China).



As you can see I was quite determined to try different flavors of junk food not available in Malaysia (again) hahhaha

1. Fermented soy bean prawn flavor was really weird 
...but still I finished the whole packet. The funny thing is we ate the real dish DA REAL THANG the next day lololol 

2. Lime flavor was the best

3. The other two was okay meh nothing special





1. Green tea flavored Oreo is good, although my bro didn't enjoy it, but then again I like everything with green tea

2. Corn juice WHAT 
My family was walking along West Street and then I noticed nearly everyone was holding a cup of this (I WAS LIKE WHAT'S WITH YOU PEOPLE AND CORN JUICES IS THIS SOME KIND OF GUILIN CHATIME), so I decided to buy one to try and see if I would puke IT WAS ACTUALLY PRETTY GOOD. And one thing that surprised me is that the corn juice is hot, which is prefect to drink in that cold-ass weather. 

3. Bottled water 
Much refreshing

4. Guilin Noodles
Guilin is famous for its rice vermicelli ok i'll stop acting classy it's just mihun. But Guilin Mihun is not same with malaysian mihun because Guilin's is so much thicker, it's got a very chewy-banmee texture. In this trip we probably changed like 5 or 6 hotels because we're travelling from Guangzhou then Guangxi then Zhaoqing then Guilin then some other places and nearly every hotel serves Guilin mihun for breakfast. I quite liked it (because it tasted so much better than the breakfast we had at Beijing) but I will always prefer Malaysian mihun than Guilin mihun because I don't really like chewy food. Yup this gurl is so lazy she dunwanna chew it's about time you know that. But for real tho malaysian mihun is awesome because it soaks up the yummy soup/broth and really easy to eat while Guilin mihun don't really soak up the good stuffz. 



今日可有爽歪歪?- Le quote from 才子韋禮安
Anyway I tried this drink because 韋禮安 posted a picture of it on Facebook hashtag gullibleIt was in a packet of five, so my whole family got to drink it. It was pretty good, sort of like a really really thick Yakult, and my family was impressed aww yeah kamsahamida 韋禮安!! My mother said it's great to drink if you're having constipation woop


It's DESSERT TIME BABEH 

Once again I tried ice creams which were not available in Malaysia.

1. Mung bean ice cream 
It's like my mom's mung bean soup frozen and sweetened. Ok la

2. Chestnut and red bean ice cream
IT IS THE BEST ICE CREAM I HAVE EVER EATEN YUS SRSLY 
IT HAS TINY CHUNKS OF RED BEAN AND CHESTNUTS OH MY GOD SO GOOD
WHY NO HAZ IN MALAYSIA CRIES 
I FIND IT RLY IRONIC I FOUND MY FAV ICE CREAM WHICH IS FROM MEIJI COMPANY IN CHINA

3. Pineapple ice cream 
with Pengyuyan's face on it. Ok also la 




RIGHT BACK AT CHA 


Had to do this sorry 



Sunday, January 11, 2015

so primary

you know what they say, 


declutter your room, declutter your mind.


JK I made that up 


ANYWAY 
I decided to take some pictures of some stuffs from my primary school years before I recycle them because one day I'm gonna look back at this blogpost and get on board the nostalgia/existential train already on board right now what is life 



My teachers put a lot of effort to make me win competitions i.e. made me study these poems which at that time tortured me quite much because I couldn't understand no shiz lol so I just memorized the shiz out of it (AND I WON WHAT I surprise myself all the time 





I WAS OBSESSED WITH HANNAH MONTANA SO MUCH AND I'M PROUD OF IT WHAT WHAT
I felt quite lucky because it was Hannah Montana who prompt me to start reading. I read every single Hannah Montana novels so obsessively during my primary school years you had no idea. I would go to the bookstore nearly every week to check if there were new HM novels (and magazines). In order to fulfill my preteen hormonal Hannah Montana obsession, I made my mom waste so much money to buy me tons of HM merch i was once an unappreciative crappy kid

But yeah, thanks to her, I like reading #好家在



Wa this one so much nostalgia haha a collection of karangans from class 6C awwww great memories 


ok the nostalgia train has reached the final stop c ya l8terz happy 2015 

   

Friday, December 12, 2014

screw that mindset

It seems like the whole world has some kind of prejudice against TAR college because it is cheaper than other colleges. 

Cheap doesn't equal to crap. This whole prejudice thing will just establish the immature view of "cheap = crap" into the whole fcking society. Even my mom is affected by it. She thinks my brother ended up in TARC because his grades were not good enough. So in turn I should not go to TARC because my grades are better. She got influenced by her crappy colleagues who told her that with my grades, I do not belong to TARC. I should go to some fancy upper class college like Taylor's or something. GURL PLEASE GURL, let me get this straight, it doesn't matter which school a student goes to, it's all about that bass how much hard work he puts into his studies. 

Hey, you can get GOOD cheap things. IT'S ABOUT EFFORT MAN.
Like if you find hard enough in the clearance section, you can get some kickass cheap clothes, not to mention that satisfaction you get when you pay lol hohohohoohohoho (rich kids don't get this part) 

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

面試重點

Goodies from newspaper.

面試重點:

1.
“為什麼想爭取這份工作?” 
“將來希望成就什麼?”
“對產品或市場的觀察?”
“有無相關作品?”
“分析自己的優缺點。”
這些大概都是企業會提的基本題,要猜題也不難,但真正能夠回答得好的人卻不多。

2. 
每當面試結束,我都習慣問應徵者有沒有問題想詢問,最常被問到的問題是 “ 何時通知?” 就好像在等待老師發考卷的心情一樣。但是在最後若只問這個問題,非常可惜。

為什麼很少人對自己之前可能因緊張或失常而回答不佳的內容,趁機爭取補充說明,為自己扳回一城,好讓企業多一條考慮的線索?也很少有人在乎這個職位的同事為何離職,或者在這個職務上要表現出色,需要哪些特質、能力。 

甚至有多年工作經驗的人,在確認被錄取後,也都先關心薪水是否增加,而非確認工作內容、詢問未來績效如何被衡量、上任前需要先有哪些準備。

其實,主管在挑選合用的人時,說穿了,就只是想看到“在乎”兩字。因為你當真,別人也就當真。

Monday, December 1, 2014

reminder

Stop considering the same things you’ve always done as the only options there are. 



It’s unlikely that one of the things you’ll regret when you’re older is not having consumed enough beer in your 20s, 

or not having bought enough $5 lattes,

 or not having gone out to brunch enough times, 

or not having spent enough time on the internet. 



Fear of missing out is a real, toxic thing.
You’ve figured out drinking and going out. 
You’ve experimented enough. 
You’ve gotten your fill of internet memes. 



Figure something else out.