Monday, December 31, 2012

Two Thousand Twelve

Although in a midst of finishing my entry on Bangkok2012, i don't think im able to finish it by new year. So instead of the continuation of my Bangkok story, ill share my 2012 moment, right here in this blog i made, about the same time i'm typing this off, 4 years back(2008).

First and foremost, i'm grateful to Allah the Almighty for giving me chance, day by day, to live past this year, 2012. In a sense, 2012 is the year of growth for me. Growing for an inner child to a mere adult, an adolescent. It is the year that i carried the most responsibilities. The year, i accept my weakness and tried to overcome it. and Alhamdulillah, i've succeed in some of it. This is the year that i become honest with my feeling,( and that need no further explanation. hehe). This is the year that i open my mind to other people work, not only focusing on engineering related, but to other aspect as well. This is the year that i overcame the fear of growing up, the fear of doing something i've never done before. This is the year that i learn the meaning of failure. Failure in my work as a robocon member, failure in finding a fixed part time job, failure to be competitive with others. and i accept all of that. 2012 is the year that i've learn, friends wont be there forever. They'll break apart, move away, although some might stay. This is the year im thankful for whom i've became, and the path that i have chosen as a student of UTP. This is the year i've learn, the world is a scary place to live in.

Although this year came with ups and down, i thank you Lord for helping me along the way, guiding me at the time i need the most, reminding me of who i am when i lost myself. Thank you to my parent and family for the love and care, and all the help you guys provide me all this time.Thank you to all my friends, old ones or the new ones for being there at every moment.

There's nothing to write here as for what i expected for 2013. I'll make a new one since i've got a lot planned for next year.

Until then 2012.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Bangkok 2012 : Episode 3. SORRY SORRY SORRY (bukan lagu kepop)

Woke up early the next morning. 

Saturday morning. 

Ajieb still in his deep sleep. Well after all, we are traveling 1000km just to sleep in a nice comfy hotel on a Saturday morning. Since the hotel have a swimming pool, i decided that we should go down swimming before our breakfast. Breakfast is normal buffet style with lots of food option, but since we are in a foreign country, we try our best to be vegetarian.(unless its says Halal on the menu.)

Right after breakfast, we're off for a session of sight seeing around the city of Bangkok. Ajieb wanted to find some fried grasshopper, while i wanted to take photo of interesting places around here. So we walked around, from one shopping mall to another. Being in a city, there aren't many exotic place to visit. and being in Thailand, the majority of tourist attraction were temple, which i think isn't an appropriate place for us to go. So we went to where all the girls go when oversea, shopping malls! We get into IOI Mall, Central Mall and Siam Paragon. There wasn't much inside IOI, but Siam Paragon. It's quite an amazing mall i tell you. They have section for stuff on each floor. On level 3 or was it level 4, the whole level is filled with tech and gadget shop. The Cinema was amazing with an ambient, candle light dinner atmosphere. But being a traveler with no money to spend on shopping, we just went there, look around, touch some gadget, and went back. Window shopping, as some people might referred as to.

The night before we planned together with few other winner from the same competition to depart together to the stadium at 3 p.m Saturday. and so we did. But after a disappointing 30 min waiting for them to come by, we decided to just give ourself a head start. It took about 20 min walking distance from our hotel to the nearest, aerotrain station, the Ratchaprarop station. Then we took the train to Ramkhamheng station. From there, it's about 2 km from Rajamangla stadium, where the Race of Champion event are held. Since we have plenty time to killed until 6 p.m which is the opening time of the stadium, we decided to walk our way, 2km to the stadium with a help of a map. For me it's a normal thing since i usually walked about the same distance each time i want to go to KLCC from Lowyat, taking the route to Pavillion and then through some hotel and finally KLCC. But for ajieb, hahaha. That needs no further explaination.

A very rare Mitsuoka Galue s50 Limo

Policemen here are very dedicated. thumbs up for that.
aliens wording. but we can guess what it means.

After walking for about 30 minutes, plus lost inside the campus, we arrived at the stadium. There was not so many booth there, but each of them are quite spacious nonetheless. Big shot like Redbull, Yamaha, Toyota, Lamborghini are present, with Yamaha having the largest booth and a race track for a scooter racing event as well as for stunts performances.

"Yes! Finally"

While waiting to get in the stadium we look around for some food and Alhamdulillah there is a stall with muslim, selling chicken wings(small ones) for only rm1 each. There was only 2 stall that have muslim food, one being the fried meat/chicken stall, and the other one is murtabak stall.

 Jorge Lorenzo live at Yamaha humongous booth.

When finally waiting in line to get into the stadium, how surprised i was to know that i can't get my camera into the stadium. Even more absurd, i don't know the reason why i can't bring my camera in. In this digital era, it is just insane for not owning a camera. Even mobile phones have camera! and there's the language barrier. How the hell im suppose to let them took care of my dslr even when they can't speak simple English! She kept on saying "Sorry, sorry, sorry" , while crossing her arm like an 'X' shape. emphasizing the no camera rules. So with a raging heart i decided to get back in line and just ignore the warning. There's no way i'm giving my dslr for them to keep while i'm in the stadium. There was a trust issue and secondly im not so comfortable giving something like a dslr to any organizing committee people. Again when im at the entrance, i was again hold off because of my dslr. Luckily there are some chinese people that also brings dslr camera trying to justify the ban of dslr camera and in the midst of the chaos, i took that chance and slip away. Finally. Although still experiencing language barrier even after entering the stadium, we finally find a good spot to sit and after a morning of walking, we finally sat down, chilling until the event starts off.

Finally inside the Rajamangla Stadium :D

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bangkok 2012: episode 2 : Living in a strange world

It was about 8.30 a.m. local time when the plane finally prepared for take off. Although I haven't slept that night, the feeling of a speeding airplane about to take off woke me up for a second, just enough for me to look at the watch and read the dials. An hour later, i woke with an empty and probably singing stomach since it been 9 hours with nothing other than air in my stomach. At about 11 a.m. local time, we arrived safely at Suvarnambhumi Airport.

Mind you, the organizer only gave us our hotel name and our flight details. So when we finally arrive at the airport, passed the immigration, took our luggage, we were very clueless on what to do next. In the back of my mind, usually when we are invited as a winner of some contest on oversea, there will be someone from the organizing commity that going to meet us at the airport, escort us to the hotel and give all the info for the event scheduled to start on that night. So we waited for our shuttle bus to our hotel. and after some disappointing moment, we decided to ask around how to get to our hotel. Well there is a saying that if we are shy to ask, we'll get lost!

Our hotel, the Novotel Platinum Bangkok is located right at the city center of Bangkok. With more than 4 mall surrounding our hotel. So, from the Suvarnambhumi Airport, we took an airport train, similar to our KLIA Express to the nearest stop, Ratchaprarop station. One thing that bothers me is how much the spelling differ from how it should be said. the airport name, Suvarnabhumi, how it should be said sound like suwanabuh. You just don't get it. Even android apps can help me converting words in thai into english. Talk about being a smart phone. pfft.

Upon arrival to our destined station, having finally have our hotel in sight, we hastily look for a way to the hotel. It's quite exciting, walking in a city so foreign, so different yet the atmosphere were relatively close to one place i usually go. Kuala lumpur. It's so congested, vehicle fume everywhere, the hot scorching sun. Almost identical in these aspect. From the train station to the hotel is about 10 to 15 minutes walking distance. When we finally check in our hotel its already noon there. Probably about 1 p.m . So without any waiting, rush to our room, and take some refreshing shower.

 Daylight view from our room.

 some familiar place we got here.

Funny thing is, the shower room are pretty much visible from outside. that time, we just don't know how the hell we are going to shower with only clear glass separating the shower room and the living room. and i mean clear, you can see what the other person is doing in the bathroom even when you are in the living room. Great! Luckily we found a switch for a curtain that can cover the whole glass. But still, it wasn't much of a cover i would say.

see that plain brown like cover for the bathroom. lol

Later that evening, although we both agreed to have a proper deep slumber on the very much likely for me, one of the best hotel bed I've ever layed, we decided to head down to the nearest mall to get ourself local telco provider since Celcom roaming is expensive like a cup of Starbuck and we are pretty much broke people. and after done getting ourself a new number, it's time to head back to our hotel and hit the sack. Woke up later at 6 p.m because the atmosphere is like at 7p.m in Malaysia. Its a little weird, but it's something i can get used to. No big deal :p

 Night view from the room. Taken this about 6.30p.m local time.

That night, we got a called from the hotel lobby of some package for us from the organizer. Nice. Just like one of those Amazing race stuff. haha. In the package that we just receive, there was some info about the event itself and 2 pax passes for the 3 day event. Since it was late to go for the Friday show, we decided to call it a night and watch some movie on the tv until we dozed off.

Up next, Day 2!

Bangkok 2012: episode 1

and since you guys probably wander from previous post about my trip to Thailand, just how did i get my hands on a free, all paid expense(hotel and flight) to Thailand, here is how the story goes.

Initially, we didn't have luck in winning the competition by Toyota 86 Asia(search on facebook). But my friend, Ajieb, after the result was out, sent an instant message to Toyota 86 Asia facebook group saying that just in case any winner back out, we are willing to go in their place instead. And so we did!

I meet up with Ajieb at nearby mamak stall for a football match between Malaysia and Thailand, at the night before our flight is schedule. Jep was there too. and we discuss matter regarding our travel plan for the next few days. The big problem was, it was a really bad timing. We both are quite broke you see. His payday is due this week, another half of my payday from WIEF still haven't be bank in(at that time) and talk about traveling to other country where Malaysian ringgit cannot be use. Just how the hell?

So, after the disappointing football match, we get back home with a plan to take a cab in the early Friday morning since our flight is on 8 a.m in the morning and being in an international flight for the first time, i took my father advice of getting there atleast 3 hours before deaprture. And so we did. At about 3 in the morning, we took a cab from my house directly to KLIA. Although ready to pay a large sum of money for taking a cab after midnight(double!) we were thankful enough that the fare is no less than rm80! Alhamdulillah.

Having our taxi ride for no longer than half and hour, we have about an hour to spare till the approximation time for out luggage check in. So we wonder around the sleepless airport of KLIA. There was many people here, probably waiting to transit or just waiting for the earliest flight. It's a rare scene to me as this is my first time taking an international flight and an early morning flight.

When we finish checking in our luggage, look for a nearby surau and had our Subuh prayer. After that straight away into the immigration counter and to the respective terminal where i'm going to aboard Thai Airways to Suvarnabhumi airport. Honestly, the thought of going oversea with less than rm400 really scares me. My mind goes from the normal scene to the worst case scenario where im left with no money and all my luggage went missing. It scares the shit out of me. Nevertheless, i muster my courage and board the plane. So boarding the plane it is, buckled up, put my barely 'new' t-Jays two earphone and the rest of the 1 hour journey was history since i was very much tired from lack of sleep earlier.

Next stop, Thailand!

Monday, December 17, 2012

World Islamic Economic Forum. 8th edition. Johor Bahru

I'm never fond of economic subject. In fact, i've never had a proper subject of economic. Mainly because of my nature of a scientist (pfft.) who like to wonder and understand how things work. But that doesn't mean i'll ignore everything related to the economy.

The World Islamic Economic Forum or WIEF for short, was held at Persada Convention Center, Johor Bahru from the 4th till 6th of December. But, being a volunteer working as a luggage carrier(someone that assist people luggage at the airport) we had to came few days early, since the delegates or the VIP might came few days earlier. So for me, it all began on 1st of December and ends at 9th of December.

p/s: sorry for low-res photo. Quite disappointed with myself for not bringing along my dslr on this trip.

I was allocated for the AM shift, and together with me a total number of 7 people in the AM crew. same goes to PM crew. One thing that really make this 1 week a great journey is how, 7 people from different part of Malaysia, different type of universities, different field of study, came together in a team. and on the second day, it felt like we all have been like old friends. Laughing, making fun of each other, playing UNO cards, teasing, chit chatting. Usually it takes a while for a team to get close to each member. But this time its different. and i have to give a credit to the leader, Salleh for making AM crew a really great crew!

And talking about different people, i truly believe this type of event is a great chance to encounter different type of people. You know like in UTP, you will always stuck with people with engineering mind, or a bussiness/ICT mind. But when you go out, talking to people from other disciplines, it really open your mind to an open discussion. There's Adli, or we all call him as Deli, a physic graduate of USM, just graduate 2 months ago, but currently doing auditing for a Japanese company. There's Salleh from Petaling. A very active volunteer, and working in IT. Then there is Juwe maktab and teqqq, both from Kelantan, both from same high school and same event of MyHarapan. But the earlier study TESL while the later study bussiness. Finally there is the ladies of AM crew, Ayu and Mirah. Both from UTM, taking Civil engineering. Finally someone taking engineering! haha

a.m. crew boys at Kota Tinggi Waterfall.

to me, this one week is really a good experience. and joining an event with no friend that know you, really challenge you to be a little bit more proactive and always be in the social zone. Because admit it, when you have friend with you, you tend to be in your safe zone and be less talkative and passive.But when you are alone, it feels like you have to let that inner you shine so that your voice are heard and acknowledge.

 Lepak-ing & camwhoring on the last day of our work.

Truly, this is one of the enjoyable event i've had this year :)

Dinner supported by a generous Delegates :) Thank You.

p.s: credit photo to Dato Azabul for his long lifespan ipad. when all smartphone dies, all left is a tablet. lol.

Bangkok 2012 : Prologue

It all started on a Monday morning when i received a called from Ajieb. Despite after a day after getting home from Johor Baharu for an Event, (which i haven't got the chance to publish the post. maybe after this.) that morning i woke up early like im about to head out to office for my work although obviously i'm currently unemployed. The conversation sound like this,

ajieb: You want to go to Bangkok or not?
me: What? Seriously?(i didnt really believe his word since he sounded less enthusiastic than normal when talking about a race event)
ajieb: Ya of course seriously! Get ready, we'll head to Putrajaya this evening to make our passport.

Although still being clueless on how the hell he managed to get a pair of ticket to Race of Champions 2012, Bangkok when the result clearly never state our name in one of the winner. Despite being cynical about the whole going to Bangkok thing, straight away I rush into the toilet and groom myself. The passport needed to be done by that particular day since the organizer needed the passport number. So we don't have much choice!

Thankfully the service at Putrajaya Immigration Office went smoothly which overall process from taking the Queue number to paying the money to the counter to actually get my hands on the passport took about 3 hours. Not bad considering its Monday and it's after lunch time.(fyi: its rm100 for 2 years of passport validity.)

Now the passport have been issued, what left is to wait for the Organizer to email the details to us.

Friday, November 30, 2012

The Life of Piscine Molitor Patel

Be warned though, this review do come in with spoiler.

 but not this kind of spoiler though.


Meet Pi and his fellow tiger friend, Richard Parker.

I had the chance to watch the movie on the afternoon, the first screening time that are available for the movie, Life of Pi at Sunway Pyramid TGV. I wanted to watch the IMAX version of it, but at that time i had the Royale Popcorn in mind and 30 ringgit worth of money in my pocket. Its either IMAX with no food, or a normal one but with a very sweet caramel popcorn. So i took the earlier one but when im at the food counter, its sold out. Dissapointment.

Enough with popcorn chit chatting. Let's get back to the story.

From the very beginning, after watching the trailer few times at cinema prior to movie screening, i knew that this movie will be most experienced in an IMAX 3D theater. With so many beautiful scene, nice action 'pop' out of the screen moment, it's going to be very interesting overall experience. and it does. Even without the 3D stuff.

Visual effect wise, it's very nice. the graphic was awesome, although i can detect when they are actually using CGI. But for most of the part, the tiger looks pretty much real to me. idk. you tell me.

The storyline is indeed brilliant. I love how the transition of the film, from the story telling to the past flashback, they came in a good time. I still haven't grasp the real ending to the story, either about the tiger or the fake story Pi made up for the investigator. Because lets face it, there's no such thing as floating banana! hahaha

Audio were superb. The roar. The scream of Pi when he was fighting with Richard Parker. The sound sunk deep into the bones i tell you.

And yes, it's quite a funny movie. There's  so many scene that can go from all thing serious to something everyone can laugh off.

Got to love the meerkats. and yes Richard love them too. haha

Overall i would say its a great movie. It does not have the complicated story that make you go awe after the movie ends like Inception nor Looper do, but it doesnt have to. The story is about a moral value, and moral value it is that we spectator get after the end of the show. Well, atleast i do feel the message of Faith the movie trying to show off.

If i have to say something that i dont like about the movie, its the whole 3D things that fake your perception a little. Im not sure Industrial Light & Magic was behind this or not, but i think the 3D part can be improve more. and also the ending was a little too average. It doesnt have an Awe factor some movie have. But the 3/4 of the movie is enough to make yourself enjoy the overall journey.

Definitely a must watch movie this year. Along with Looper, or the Dark Knight Rises.

Friday, November 23, 2012


That eureka moment when i officially declaring, 2013 as my debut years of serious running! Yehuuuu!

This came suddenly when i stumble across a triathlon blogger post about the  full marathon he had, earlier this year and that has inspired me to take a step forward(getting inspired is easy, getting it done is another thing). Oh well. Since i 've decided on this, i'll start off by following as many runner bloggers as i could so that their post will give me constant push in taking the next step. Then i'll start registering myself for the run.

Im thinking off starting with few 10k race before actually taking on a bigger step, which is the half marathon. Although 2013 will be a relatively new and busy year as i will have my internship later at June, i still hope all of this will work out somehow.


p/s: pray for me :)

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

4 days at UNIQLO Sunway Pyramid

Assalamualaikum and hello.

I know it's been a while since my last post. I've been eager to post new things online but lately i've lost confident in writing blog. Mainly because i have no more interesting things to write about. These few months, i have been writing long paragraph of words but none of it make any sense. And i just left the post unattended, as a draft, waiting until the day that i need to write again. But now i have something to write again. (YAY!)

So in the past week, i have been working again. After about a year or so of non-working life. I'm one of the few temporary staff(Temp) that work for the grand opening of UNIQLO branch at Sunway Pyramid. Although it was only for a short time of 4 days, it's a unique experience to add on to myself.

For that 4 long days, my job as a temp staff was to assist the stock department to replenish on stock and making sure we have everything that can make good sale always on the shop floor. So early in the days, we need to support the full time staff as well as the part timers to finish up the preparation at the shop floor. Once thats done, im back at the store room to arrange all the extra boxes intended for the stock throughout the day. When the stock is well arranged at the back, it time to replenish items that has been selling fast like a hot goreng pisang. The routine mainly involve carrying a box, open up the package, fold the item, and put it on the carrier(called blue top, or blue tot? i think) to be carried out to the shop floor.

and fyi, this is my first time working in a Japanese company. On the first day, during the hectic opening, one of the Japanese Manager scold the senior staff there for not securing an empty hallway for people to walk from the staff room to the back of the store, where all the stock is lying. One thing that will always stuck in my head is what he said about keeping a space. He said something like, Always make space for people to walk, when the pathway is block, the productivity will go down, so will the efficiency, thus resulting to loss on sale. That little information as of to make a clear path for people to move around make me realize how good the Japanese people is in managing the performance. No wonder Uniqlo is one of the successful retail company in the world.(No kidding here.)

Super long queue on the Opening Day.

Despite having to go back home with a very painful foot and waking up to aches all over my body, i think this is the most body wearing job i've ever had in my lifetime. Imagine applying analgesic cream to your shoulder, back, biceps and hamstring muscle every night before sleep and after waking up. Such a pain.

But overall we are paid goodly with our effort for these 4 days. And not to forget, i make new friends here too. Although some were a bit racist and prefer to talk in their own group, being the only the temp staff, you can't expect them to be very much friendly. It's not like we are going to be there forever right? But still, these people that i make here are very interesting and fun to hang around too. Nelson, Ooi, Syafiq, Faiz and few more i can't recall their name, you guys are great people and i hope to see you guys again in the future.

Now that my body have recovered from muscle and joint pain, i think it's time to get back on looking for a new job, something less stressful to my body. Hopefully i'll succeed.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Time Travelling.

Ever since i was a little kid, i'm always amazed of science and it's theory. and not until recently that i somewhat understood some of the basic of one of the many, interesting science discussion of all times, Time traveling. Be warned, this might make you a little confused of your understanding of time. and this will be quite a lengthy post. hihi

I just watched The Loopers this evening and that alone spark me on writing about time traveling. Because the movie itself involves time traveling. I won't give spoiler to the movie so don't worry :p anyhow, the essence of time traveling in the movie send an urge for me to look for discussion at forums and discussion boars to know the real ending to the story. and i was shocked by how mind boggling the composition of the movie. It was rather a Brilliant movie. It was not as direct as Inception, but if you have watched the movie, i really recommend you to look up on the Rainmaker. Oppss. A little spoiler there. hikhiks.

Loopers Trailer.

Back to the real topic.

There is a saying if you really understand something you should be able to let a 6 year old understand the same thing. Well, im not sure i can do that, but i'll do my best to interpret my understanding of time traveling.

So what's the science about time traveling. Simply put, time traveling is an act of traveling back through time be it to the past, or to the future. So far so good? Good. Next question is how? How is it possible? Well, me myself not sure about it, only Allah knows best, but as far as the science theory goes, if you can travel faster than speed of light, you are traveling through time. Now comes the tricky part. How come? well you need to dig up Einstien Theory of Special Relativity. haha. but a basic understanding of mine, if you can travel very fast, faster than light, everything other than you will be in a slower state. just like a slow-mo video. and because time is relative, while other's watch is ticking 1 click a sec, your clock might tick a little less than 1 click a sec. Make sense? since you have less time with you, it means, you are traveling back in time.

I remember few months back when i first discover a brilliant theory physicist names Michio Kaku through Youtube. After that i look up on his video throughout the internet and found some of his sci fi show. Maybe you'll understand more by watching the video below.

and if you really digs in time travelling stuff, try watching an anime called Stein's Gate. Even if you are not a anime guy, watch it for the sake of science. It has quite good time travelling science behind it and it is a pleasure to keep on understanding the story until the end of the 25 series show. and mind you, it does come with some humor to counter the heaviness of theory of science fact you need to crunch on.

How i loved science and all of it's theory. Although i might be a little bit biased to some of the theory, we all have to agree that all this theory is important to us, but sometimes it needs some reason for us before we can understood the essence of the theory itself. Trust me, science is such a great knowledge to have, and also to be shared :)

p/s: you might need some additional readings and watching about blackholes, anti matter and what not to make everything about time traveling make more sense.

p/s: Guess how many 'traveling' word i have misspelled throughout the post? haha

first step on taking marathon.

Look what i found why job hunting at Sunway Pyramid today...

Truthfully i has been a while since i wanted to buy magazine. Before i used to buy tech and gadget magazine, after stop collecting comics and sports car magazine. But this is not your monthly magazine. It's an Ultimate guide to Marathon Running. Atleast that what on the front cover of the magazine.

I hope with this book, i'll embrace my inner spirit and take the challenge to go for a full marathon one day. 44km on foot. Stunning isn't? Well, im going to do so, someday. InsyaAllah.

p/s: and i'm attracted to what the back cover has to say.

"Running releases more than just sweat" - totally agreed :)

Thursday, September 20, 2012

slacking off...


It's been a week since i set sailed at home. So far i've gained weight, lose them again and pretty much that's it. Because i have spent more than half a year studying, now it's pay back time. So what did i do on daily basis you say? Well, my daily routine begin with a Subuh Prayer, then followed by a 'short' nap until the afternoon. Woke up, find something to eat, clean up the mattress, take a shower, and had my Zuhur Prayer. Then i go and have my lunch, get back, watch some japanese drama, download more(maybe when im around we can finally reach that 40GB bandwidth. haha), and at evening, if it wasn't raining, i get on my Adimana and have couple of round at MPSJ stadium. Return, had a shower, Magrib prayers, Eat, finally watch some real life news, get back to watching drama and then at 1 a.m, get back to sleep.

and that's my friend, the real definition of Holiday. haha

Yea i know, i'm wasting my time and energy when im suppose to get out, have a job, earning money, make new friends, learn how brute is the real world out there. But unfortunately, that's all have to wait until next week. Im planning on having an Island vacation but due to the Monsoon, it might be cancelled off. So the next best thing is backpacking!!!!!!! This time, ill do it for sure!

Backpacking first and then i'll start to look for a job. Probably not an office job, but a rather technical one. But looking at my lack of skills, i'm not sure i can lay off on any job, but no hurt in trying right?

p/s: Wish me luck :,)

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

4 month break begins.


Today, I officially started my 4 month semester holiday. After a tiring 9 month of studying, working, and embracing the difficult life of  a student, now i'm back home, returning from a busy university student to a mere teenager.

Not much was in the future plan really. But for now, i'll have my rest until this end of the month. Finishing all the task given and reorganizing my messed up life. Starting for my laptop, email, my stuff, everything! Everything must undergo some changes when this break ends.

I hope you guys will enjoy this last long holiday before our graduation. To those who have pre internship lays ahead, good luck and try to learn as much as possible from it. and to the rest who have no plan like mine, Enjoy!

p/s: Wondering what will happen after this 4 months. hmmm.

Friday, September 7, 2012


IM A FREE MANNN.(atleast until 4 month.)

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Craving ends with this.

Happy early 21st anniversary to me.

With this special occasion, i got the best present from myself to me :) 

a German made WWII Military Aviator B-UHR Flieger Watch.

(don't mind the background. taken on top of mechanical engineering design book. I was in a middle of studying session lol!)

and starting today onward i'll be starting a quest on collecting time pieces. Now i've own 4! 

 The Timex Expedition. Taken from my father since my watch is broken. from 2007 i think. Still looking good, ive changed the strap with a bond nato strap which came together with the earlier watch. and my god it looks nice.

 My first ever online transaction, my first ever digital watch, my first watch to be bought by myself. New Casio SDB-100-3A. A truly faithful jogging/ swimming companion. Unfortunately, the band has already wear a bit. see the dark spot there. erghhh. Bought around this time, last year(2011)

 An Alain Delon Active Chronograph. First ever chronograph. and first metal bracelet too.(just saying ;B ) This actually was not on the plan at all. Although i did put a wishlist for a chronograph earlier this year. Won this from a f1 racing (simulator) competition during F1 this year. around March 2012. Lucky me.

 And there's my first pilot. A classic pilot. Many consideration was put into this. Initially i has my eyes on other watches like the Timex and Seiko. But after a while the pilot simplicity design caught my eyes and bam! i put an order for it.

Looks so much better on a leather strap :>

There you go, my early anniversary gift. If you want to give more gift u're more than welcome. hehehehe. Hope you enjoy watching. :)