Of course these were not the only dishes on that evening, I didn’t took more because I was afraid of the awkwardness (Later they think this boy siao one uh, take photo of every single food). 😛 But I swear this is the best ever wedding dinner I’ve been to.
Thought I don’t really know that relative, but HAVE A BLISSFUL MARRIAGE!
A couple of weeks or so since this interesting thing on the roof top of Block 51 in Ngee Ann Poly.
Which inspired local trollers SGAG to come out with this:
Which in turn inspired me to want to make my way up to the rooftop and see how on earth they actually managed to get themselves up there.
After my last lesson, which is my Social Psychology lecture, I dragged Jonathan to follow me up to the highest level of Blk 51. Level 8. At least that’s the highest according to the lift. I tried to find the correct way up to the roof top.
Jonathan just wanted to wait for me at level 8 while I tried to maneuver my way around. I found a really ulu (Singlish, meaning some distant corner) stairway and it actually has a lift beside it. Woah. I mean, who will realise the existence of this lift. And the stairway lead me up to Level 9, or in my words, the level that never exist. Why? Because as I walked out of level 9, it’s like a small balcony over level 8. Nothing much. And it is impossible for me to find any way up to the roof top.
However, the view from level 9 was too magnificent that it is impossible for me not to take some shots from there.
Whoever who is reading this might have question why the title of this post is in Chinese. So, before I continue with this post, allow myself to make an explanation. This is a song lyrics, and it can’t possibly change in into English.
143 days after the majority of our PEDORO peeps turned up for a gathering, we finally meet up! Yay! That’s definitely a call for celebration. 🙂
You guys never know how much I’ve actually missed ya’ll over the past 4 months and 22 days. (Ya lah, I admit I had seen some of you quite a number of times within this period of time, and even met some of you recently. But well, it is rare to have like 8 PEDOROS gathering together. It’s just rare.)
So, about two weeks ago, this Meiqi said that she wanted to play squash. And then she jio-ed all of us to go to Yio Chu Kang Squash Centre to play. And since I am a ‘myactivesg‘ member, I booked the court.
So, yesterday, we finally met.
Actually, Junwei and Hong Kiat was supposed to join us. (And then that will be 10 PPL!) But unfortunately, Junwei fell ill while Hong Kiat *ahem* overslept.
You didn’t read it wrongly.
And then Chen Yu sent this to us.
Which somehow explained the entire situation. :’D
BUT WE FORGIVE YOU LAHH.
Playing squash with two school team players from YJC (B Pang and Meiqi) was no easy feat. It’s like a rookie playing against a certain Ong Bee Heng. I love the fact how I acted so clumsy in the court. Like a Mr. Bean.
After some squash, B. Pang, Meiqi, Fang, Qing and I, went to the nearby Yio Chu Kang Stadium for a jog — 3 rounds of the track. The moisturised condition of the surrounding air made it really nice for a slow jog. Meanwhile, don’t know if I took too many Viscomm lesson that I tend to try and find any ‘photogenic’ parts of the sky and try to enjoy the beauty of nature.
After that, it’s LUNCHTIME.
AT 18 CHEF!
The AMK HUB one!
This is like the second time we’ve went to eat at 18CHEFS. But first time with this large amount of people. Woohoo! I admit we seems to like 18CHEFS a lot ever since it opened its latest branch at AMK Hub (At least we no need to travel all the way down to Cineleisure for it).
And of course, we didn’t forget to take selfies:
Wanted to take a break from my BCR (Business Continuity Readiness) assignment.
Which is practically e-learning.
My first independent trial on Photoshop since I need to edit one of my photos and upload it on Flickr as one of the assignments.
This is probably my favourite editing tool in the whole of Photoshop, as least for now lah. I know it’s not very nice though, but my very first proper edit lehh. 😛
Finally saw the photos the organiser took during the audition, and so I decided to do a post about it. 😀
(If we let you three in, we are afraid that you might not have the experience. However, if we don’t let you three in, it will be a pity. Why not, three of you go form a team, choose another song that is suitable for the three of you and try again later.)
So we took up their suggestion, went out to prepare ourselves. We decided on singing 《你是我的眼》. We seems fine during a short rehearsal but we were rather chaotic on stage. Firstly, because I was so nervous that I nearly forgotten what I were supposed to do. And secondly, all of us wasn’t really sure of the lyrics (I mean, it was a last minute thing).
When it’s time to see if we are in or out, the moment was indescribable. The moment when you feel like seeing more greens than reds, not because you want to proceed to the next round but want people to acknowledge your singing skills. However, you also admit that your singing wasn’t really good and that your coordination was relatively poor.
And as I raised my head, it was all RED.
Disappointed, we thanked the judges and walked off. Although Jon and I were just merely there to just get the experience and to crash the audition for fun, I must admit it wasn’t really good to see 3 reds for our singing.
WE WERE CALLED BACK ONTO STAGE.
This time, one of the judges told us that THEY ARE GOING TO JUDGE US AS A GROUP THIS TIME.
We took a deep breathe, and I stared down and thought to myself, “MAYBE STILL GOT CHANCE UH.”
The moment I looked up again, this time, IT WAS ALL GREEN!!!!
Everyone was ecstatic, especially the girls outside…
We are definitely happy to proceed, but…
The shutter is the mechanism that controls the amount of light entering the camera and the speed in which it does so.
– Drew, Helen (2005). The Fundamentals of Photography (pp. 38). Switzerland, AVA Publishing SA.