Home | Join! | Help | Browse | Forums | NuWorld | NWF | PoPo   
Speak to My Finger
*MeOws..... oF YeSterDaY*
Meowing WAR

Books I have completed reading since January 2018:

1. No Man's Nightingale - Ruth Rendell
2. One Day - David Nicholls
3. The Door - Margaret Atwood
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
On 2 December 2011 ...

I was removing my make-up at 11.00 pm, just after the curfew has started. As usual, the Solidarity Group members were doing their night call like a radio dj wishing PYs good night and sweet dreams in various languages. However, recently, PYs were asked to dedicate messages to their friends during the night call.

As I was just removing my eyeliner, I heard a message that went like this:

To AYL Malaysia: You are the cutest and sexiest girl with short hair I have ever seen.

With a raised eyebrow, my doe eyes immediately darted at the radio on the wall with a breath caught in my chest.

Did I hear correctly? I could not ask my cabin mates, because I was alone in the room. I knew who made that message. But nevertheless, it's sweet. =)

And I hope the next day will be a normal day ...

Spinoff: The next day was indeed a normal day. HAHA. The PYs I met didn't say anything. There was only one person who teased me about it, and that was the AYL from the dedicator's contingent.

Actually, his liking of my appearance is not a secret, as his contingent members knew about it, and I heard he had even talked about me for some substantial hours during his homestay in Malaysia. I hope his homestay buddy, who happens to be my good friend, is entertained with his confession.

Comment! (0) | Recommend!

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

How time flies. I got back on the 16th of December, but we were only allowed to return home on the 17 after we have finished our program evaluation.

I developed fever, cough and flu, and I just can't wait to go home. And yet I have to moderate the discussion, while the youth leader was moderating the other group.

My throat was so dry that I lose my voice. But I guess boredom was my murderer. I could not scratch anyone since government officers were at present, hence I took the picture to satisfy my thirst. That's my fellow team member from Penang. Although I was second in command in the team, I usually asked her for information or confirmation on certain things because there are times I was not paying attention to announcements made by my team leader. BWAHAHHA. I'm just a kitty that wanna play!

~~My flu and cough got worsened, and doctor diagnosed me with bronchitis during my second visit 3 days later after my first visit. I was given inhaler in the clinic and I slept like a log for 2 days courtesy of cough mixture. I guess I was exhausted from my long vacation ...

Comment! (1) | Recommend!

Monday, December 26, 2011

Funny. I never expected to receive such item from my fellow team member on the 4th of December 2011 in the afternoon.

We arrived in Vietnam on that day, and all the Vietnamese participants were thrilled to see their friends coming on board. And they were announcing out loud to the others to view the performances on the port. It was a welcoming reception performance. Many participants went to the 4th floor deck to see it. I could hear the upbeat music playing in the background, but I didn't join them because I was simply busy occupied by my laziness. HAHA.

But I was watching the performance from the third floor through a panel glass window - nothing beats the comfort of indoor. I didn't stay long to watch (and I don't remember what I was doing at that time; I only remember that I was busy walking around).

Approximately 30 minutes later, I asked one of my team members if the performance was still on going as the music was repeating. I was surprised to hear that the Vietnamese youth were still performing! And they are doing it under the hot sun despite the crowd has faded. Upon hearing it and not wanting the youth's effort to go to waste, I decided to climb 4th floor to join the tiny crowd. I stood beside my fellow team members and hey .. I was just in the nick of time to see the youth performing my favourite Korean song: I AM THE BEST. I sang along, and my body was also moving with the rhythm.

As I was singing along, my team member on my right suddenly smiled and said to me "I finally see my AYL (assistant youth leader) smiling." I stopped dead in my tracks, and replied "Have I not been smiling all this time?". The replied was "No ... I rarely see your smile, and this is the first time I'm seeing you in such relax manner." I was actually surprised to hear him complaining about me. Haha.

Later in the afternoon, I found a small colourful envelope in my mailbox. It was a piggy keychain with a message: I finally see you smiling! from the complainer.

How sweet. I returned him a thank you message with chocolates within the same day.

Comment! (0) | Recommend!

Monday, December 26, 2011
There was a moment I wanted to go to my balcony, because I heard myself whispering she wanted to see the world ...

Happy Boxing Day.

Comment! (0) | Recommend!

Feeling lucky!
Sunday. 12.25.11 12:43 am

Bad habits never die, because I like buying lotto.

While waiting for my turn to check in at Narita Airport at 9 am-ish, I told my team members that I'm gonna buy lotto. They looked at me without saying anything because they are Muslims. I wasn't disrespecting them or anything... I was just informing them that I'm going to the lotto shop, which is just in front of us. I think they misunderstood that I was asking them to buy along with me because one of them saying they cannot buy even though it's just the scratchy type. No No... What were they thinking?!!!

Anyways ... one of them was curious but hesitant so I just dragged her along by assuring her that she would just be escorting me to the lotto counter. BWAHAHA.

I bought one and tada .. won 200 Yen! Actually I just got back my capital. Well it's better than nothing!

I also won 40 Pesos when I was in the Philippines during my homestay. =)

I had strong feelings that I would win when I passed the lotto counters in Japan and the Philippines. If not, I won't be buying. Luckily, my team member followed me because the picture I've taken with my mobile was corrupted.

Comment! (0) | Recommend!

SSEAYP Adventure (This page will be on hiatus, as I'm in the progress of moving these entries to another blog)
Saturday, December 24, 2011
I was away officially from 16 October to 17 December to participate in the Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Program. The objective of this program is mainly to promote cultural understanding amongst the ASEAN and Japan youths. I was the Assistant Youth Leader (equivalent to assistant team leader) for the contingent of 28 members. Although we are all youth participants, we still have a guardian: National Leader. One of the responsibilities of National Leader is to make sure all participants return to our room by 10.59 pm! Yes, we do have curfew every night. =(

During this program, we visited Japan, Philippines, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam. The main transportation for this program is a ship. Yes, I have been travelling on a ship for the past two months. Cool right? On board, there were a various of activities for the participants, who are commonly referred as participant youths aka PYs. Activities are usually the discussion group, cultural activities and team building activities (which is known as Solidarity Group). The activity that we all look forward to (I think) every night is the Cultural Performance night performed by each contingent. We called this event the National Presentation Day or NDP in abbreviation. This night is where PYs introduce their culture to other PYs.

To cut the story short, here's my daily (almost) diary on the ship for 2 months! (Advance apology because the entries date ares not in order).

22 October 2011
We called the rain?!

25 October 2011
Jalan-jalan (goofing)

26 October 2011
The audience

27 October 2011
Hakodate Ikuzo! (Hakodate, here I come!)

28 October 2011
tu tu tu tu ru ~ tu tu tu tu ru ~
Just begun
Hakodate Homestay!

30 October 2011
Last bloom

31 October
In the name of love!

3 November 2011
Yokohama Tower

4 November 2011
Cabin mates

5 November 2011
A little crazy thing called Love

6 November 2011
It's a squid! It's a ika! It's AYL!

10 November 2011
Someone like you~

11 November 2011
Fashion statement
Wrong side, darling!

12 November 2011
Stomach's call

13 November 2011
Love and Party

14 November 2011
It's a NEED.

15 November 2011
Can we?

16 November 2011
Information counter

17 November 2011
beach of memories

18 November 2011
Breakfast at peak

19 November 2011
leaving without u
me ain't pet!

23 November 2011
Waiting for you

24 November 2011
Mini Bali
Oxygen pls!!

25 November 2011
Sweet dreams~

28 November 2011
ring ring~
Fire job

29 November 2011
Balik rumah!! (Going home!)
My home
Dinner list

30 November 2011
Kaimono Ikimasu! (Shopping!)

1 December 2011
Tadaima~ (I'm home~)

2 December 2011

3 December 2011
My sweet valentine

4 December 2011
The last laughter

7 December 2011

8 December 2011
Smiles Always

9 December 2011
Just for u~

10 December 2011>
Kicking A**

11 December 2011
I want it la~

12 December 2011
I got talent!

14 December 2011
Room 5XX
1... 2... 3...

16 December 2011
Feeling lucky!
Where's ur mama?!

17 December 2011

Comment! (0) | Recommend! | Categories:

renaye's Weblog Site • NuTang.com

NuTang is the first web site to implement PPGY Technology. This page was generated in 0.026seconds.

  Send to a friend on AIM | Set as Homepage | Bookmark Home | NuTang Collage | Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Link to Us | Monthly Top 10s
All content Copyright 2003-2047 NuTang.com and respective members. Contact us at NuTang[AT]gmail.com.