See you

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This is it. I knew the day would come for me to write this down here.

I am shutting this blog down.

I won't be blogging more. But it will still be here, for people who stumble upon here to read my life of the past 6 years, or for myself if I ever want to reminisce what had happened before.

It's amazing to see how I have changed, the way of thoughts, how I perceived things. The daily routine changes, everything. I am no more the 16 year-old teenage girl who blogged freely about anything that happened, which I do miss those times, where my thinking could be naive and ridiculous.

Working life changes everything. I'm not complaining, but gladly embracing all these changes, as they are proves of me growing, signs of me moving on.

Alright. I'm stopping my post here. Sleep is needed to continue fighting in life. 

Thank you for reading my random posts all these years. Thanks for those wonderful days where my blog were at its best. Thank you very much *bows*

Insanity and Genius is logging off.

Goodnight, and good bye :) 


where have I gone?

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3 whole months of 0 updates. I have drifted far from the blogosphere.

Lots of things happen in the past 3 months, well mainly job and workplace related. People come and people go, I got attached to some of them and it is hard to let go. How would my working life be like without them at the side to support and basically go nuts with?

The place I'm working now, is a mess, thus people are leaving, like mad. I have to stay, according to my Buddhist Deity Guan Yin. This is not my year, and I have to just stay and observe. I listen and is doing it now, becoming a 'Ninja', what doesn't kill me will make me stronger.

So yeah, things are different; life is different. Following dreams is not an easy task, I have knocked into a big boulder.


Hi peeps! I am currently sitting inside my own, cluttered with all kinds of treasure but bloody comfortable room. Yes I am back in Kuching, for the very soon to come Chinese New Year, and I am excited about it.

For one thing, I finally have self-earned money to buy clothes according to the style I want, instead of the price tags. Now this is a very comforting fact to me as for the past few years, though a fashion lover, was unable to dress up properly, as I only buy things that are cheap, and you know... cheap things don't always look good, and those damn pretty fashion accessories? Too pricey for me. Well even now some of the items are pricey still, but at least I have a budget for myself, using my own money and spend it wisely. Bought myself couple of branded goods for this Chinese New Year, that I can't wait to get into them and strut some poses in front of the camera. 

Another exciting part, is that I'm back early. Leaving the office a week before Chinese New Year, I'm the earliest among my colleagues. Couldn't help it, cheap air tickets are difficult to get. So now I'm here, 4 days to Chinese New Year, need to help up spring cleaning the house too, and do more new year shopping with parents. 

And then, being at home means I can be a total kid in front of my parents. Talk nonsense, act nonsense, ove the moments when I can just scream or sing any time I want inside the house, and my parents will just ignore me and continue with their chores. 

Chinese New Year, it makes my purse and bank account dry, but comes happiness, to be able to come home and be with family. Oh yeaaaah~~

Off the track! 

Currently digging into the latest Clazzi album 'Infant'. Info and download link's here. 


and this is one of my favourite tracks from the album. In fact I love most of the tracks but this one comes with awesome MTV that I really would like to share with you all! Clazzi!!!! 



Happy 2012!

Attended the countdown party at The Curve together with my buddies. Honestly, this countdown party was my first, and during the whole fireworks show, I'm going to say something dramatic here, but it felt magical to me, to be able to enjoy the fireworks with my close friends and love ones. The experience is somewhat overwhelming to me, and I really treasure it a lot.

Not bad, for by the end of 2011, I spent two festivals' eve with the people I like :) 


*deep breath*

It's going to be the last day of 2011. I know I've wrote about this almost every time, that I literally experience the meaning of 'time flies'. A year it has been that I've started working and it feels like just yesterday that I first stepped inside the office.

There are so many things I've experienced and so many kinds of people I've met in just one working year.  I get to know so much more about the field I'm in, the stuff I'm doing, my position, strengthen my skills in compositing, grabbing opportunities and chances, etc etc. For the first time I've met all kinds of people too: the best and the worst, the kindest to the meanest. All of them, different colors and different characteristics, and when people ask me, "what is the hardest thing you ever encounter in your working life", I'll always answer "dealing with different kinds of people".  True story, bro.

But then again meeting people is a good thing, and this year I'm happy to say that I have made new friends, which has now become some of my closest buddies that I can talk random, share some secrets, play game...basically friends that can do almost anything together (well, except going to the loo... ). We've been through happy moments, angry moments, sad moments, funny moments together in the office, and all these experiences have made our bond with each other become even stronger.

In terms of personal work performance, this year for me, is just plain and... nothing big occurred, and I'm okay with it since it's been predicted somehow when I asked for my fortune this year. This first year of my working life, I'm glad to say that at least I;ve utilized it fully to gain more knowledge of my field, and also sharping my skills, not to mention building a whole new social network as well.

Well honestly my 2011 is just passing by too fast that I really don't know how I should really 'reminisce' it like I always did when I was still a student. All I can say is that, my 2011. has been a massive roller-coaster ride. and lets all survive the new year :D


Merry Christmas

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Happy Christmas to everyone! Wish you all merry everyday, enjoy your every day to the fullest, and don't forget to take a rest and have a cuppa no matter how busy your life is :)

Spent my Christmas eve dinner session with my sister and future brother-in-law, and later that, a Starbucks session with one of my colleagues @ buddy Willie. Nothing fancy, but I'm happy with how it went :)


new year's resolution?

get a boyfriend :D

no, yes. I'm serious.


Hi, how have you all been? Sorry I was in hiatus for way too long...used to be an avid blogger, but I think I have mentioned this before, everything is just happening so fast and it could be too many things in a day that the easiest way to express them are through Facebook, or twitter, or just rant to a friend close by.

Seriously these social media thingy is taking over our real social life. Hey wait, at least I still rant to friends. Socially active I still do. :)

I was finally free from any work tonight so thinking I should just use this time to properly lay out my thoughts, and happenings that occurred this month. Hectic no doubt. Flew back to hometown to attend one of my dearest cousins' wedding. A cousin whom I grow up with, who still takes care of me like her own sister. On the day she got married, and saw her mum cried, I cried too. I'm happy for her for she has found her happiness.

The trip back to Kuching was so rush that I didn't really get to fully rest peacefully at home, didn't get to eat any mum's cooking too as relatives and cousin's friends from KL, whom I also know, were there too and we ate out everyday. Still, Kuching food is the best!

It's been almost a year that I started working, and I started to ask myself, how do I feel. Once a while I miss the student days, when everything seemed so easy and carefree, and the only worry were the assignments. Now I've started working, I realized that it's not easy to be a working adult, and somehow it makes me feel good that I'm matured enough to take care of myself, to take responsibility in everything I do.

As for work, sure there are complaints, there are the feeling of injustice and sometimes I do feel like quitting the place. But come to think of it, I've managed all these throughout the year, been through working hell and survived. I have gained no big title nor progressing very far this year, as told by Guan Ying Niang Niang when I asked for my luck and fortune at the beginning of the year. However, no matter how bad the place or the working situation is, I believe they are the tests for me to become stronger and tougher in the field I'm in now, though the work sometimes doesn't feel rewarding at all, but I am grateful enough that I have these jobs to do, to make my life busy, to be able to gain experiences in both technical and social skills, and to mark that I am actually doing something that will eventually lead me towards success in the career I'm in.

I started to think that my English does deteriorate. Actually having some trouble to write my thoughts out smoothly.

Anyways, what I'm trying to say is that, don't whine, don't complain, I'm grateful to whatever I have or doing now. One year is almost over and I'm still healthy, has a job, has really great family, friends and also colleagues (who have also become my best buddies),  enough income to pay the rent, travel around, buying branded items and toys which I dreamt of having when I was still a student.

But yeah this doesn't mean that I'm satisfied and stop here. I'm still looking for a better place to work with, and better salary, but for now, this will do. :)




Haruki Murakami, a Japanese author introduced to me by my ex-lecturer 4 years back, when I asked about novels that are with weird... Out of ordinary stories. My first book of his was The Wind Up Bird Chronicle. It got me hooked. The story telling, the themes, the contents of the story are all so fresh to me, and I love it so much. Since then I've been buying his novel and I had known about his new novel in around... April this year? 1Q84, according to news report it is a hit in Japan, and I saw the Chinese version of the novel in Kinokuniya last August. I asked for the Eng version and know that it will be released some time in October. So I waited..

And finally here it is!!! Saw the 'preorder' poster outside The Curve Borders the other day, quickly made my payment, and went to collect it just this morning. The book is another Harry Potter to me, one of my treasured books.

It's holiday tomorrow, and can't wait to 'sniff' more of my new book and start reading it :)