Life's Idiosyncrasies

Sunday, August 19, 2007

I know i have not been posting for a while. But i guess this is a good a time to start.

This is to Jaredita, who left this earth prematurly.

Thank you for all your have done,
for your friendship given unconditionally.
No matter where you are, you will be missed dearly.
I love you very much and will miss your warmth and bubbly nature.
You always brought joy and fun into my life and into the lives of many of those around you.

I miss you a lot.


Sunday, April 01, 2007

Dinner At Todai.

Me, Jay, Terrence and Tyler at Todai Eating dinner.

Terrence's Bday Cake, ( Made up of smaller slices of cake cos no big one)

Crab legs, Chicken Yakitori and Sushi!!!!! YUM!!!

Winter Ball 2007 Photos

Hey guys,
Here are some photos from me.

Winter Ball 2007 at Hilton Prince Kuhio Hotel

Our Table, From Left to right. Jay, Agus, Priya, Neo, (not Sure who those 2 are), Daniel, Hale, Me, Tyler.

Me, Nikki, and Jay

(The Love Birds) Hale and Daniel, Jay, Agus, Tyler and ME Outside the Ballroom

Wednesday, January 31, 2007

My school schedule for winter 2007

here are my killer classes for this semester.
English 251 (3 credits) - Literature - Pre reg
English 315 (3 credits) - Pacific Island Studies - Pre reg
English 318 (3 credits) - Creative Writing
Math 110 (3 credits) - Precalculas
Religion 325 (2 credits) - D&C 2

Total = 14 credits.....


(I am an English Major just for your information.)

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Merry Christmas and A Happy Belated Birthday To ME!!!!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

I found the answer to the previous post...
it is..

3NH4NO3+K3PO4 -> (NH4)3PO4 + 3KNO3

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Finals are over but I am still stumped... Can someone balance this for me?? PLEASE???????

NH4NO3+K3PO4 -> NH4PO4 + KNO3

No matter what i did it would not balance!!!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006


It has now been 8 months since I left Singapore to come to Hawai'i. Summer is just over and school starts on Wednesday, 30th Aug.

A lot of things have happened. My favorite is that summer is finally over. Working 10 hrs everyday is really tiring. We only have a 30 min break and have to stand the rest of the time.
It has been really hot lately, the sun shining everyday, But it was fun too. yesterday, some friends and i went to Chinatown and Ala Moana, to buy stuff and to have a last bit of fun before school starts. We found a shop that sold curry maggi noodles and bought a lot. I also have a ricepot so i can cook noodles in my room when i am hungry. Here we have a lot of food gatherings and eat our favorite dishes from back home. It is actually fun to try dishes from Malaysia that we would not get in Singapore, or cook the same kind of food in different ways. It's also good to get a break from the cafe which is well..... edible but not appetising.

I also went to sharks cove to swim and snorkle. While there, I fell down on the rocks and now Sport a huge bruise on my arm. We saw a lot of fish and really regret not bringing a camera. But there is always next time. After that we went to sunset beach to watch the sun set. Now that was cool... Again we forgot the camera.... Before we left, we made a dinosaur nest in the sand and left huge footprints... haha..

I'm not sure about my english but i get the feeling its not improving... haha. There are a lot of malaysians here and when we are together we speak Singlish. The funny thing about Speaking singlish is that people around us always ask us what language we are talking in... And when we reply in english, they do not believe us. but we are really speaking in English!!!

Everone have come back from vacation and internships and the new students are in so the campus is now filled with students when just a week ago was still empty almost like a ghosttown.

Last week, i had the chance to meet Joanne and her husband who were in town for part of their honeymoon. It was great, being able to bring them around PCC, and introduce them to the Polynesian culture here.
Hawai'i is a wonderful place. It is the only place where you can live and learn from so many people all over the world. It is said that there are 76 different countries represented here in Hawai'i, and probably more each new semester.
It is great to have friends from all over the world. Here peace is a very fragile thing, Life is filled with many challenges, but with friends from all over the world, you are safer then when you are on your own.

It is like the saying "If you want a friend, you first have to be a friend." That is the way it is here. Make friends, and then your life will be much simplier.