Friday, April 13, 2007

Foundation Studies is coming to the end

It’s April 13th 2007 today, Friday… Duh… This indicates my foundation studies is creeping to the end… One thing that I regret is that I didn’t spend much time with more friends. My circle of friend is limited to TD3 only. Worst still, I didn’t know much about some of my classmates. It’s really embarrassing to tell others I don’t even know much about my own classmates. I missed many chances to get to know friends more in other TDs. Many of them out there are pretty fun and special.

Shuzhen, Gin Hwa and Alan (TD3) are from Sibu, Sarawak. They seldom talk to us. I guess they want to protect themselves because they are all the way from Sarawak and hope not to be bullied of conned by anyone. Among them, Shuzhen talks the most with me. I’ll get to know them more in Bachelor Degree as we are taking the same course. We even promise to register at the same time to get into the same tutorial group.

Hung Yin (TD4) is very pretty and smart. She is really an iron lady. She travels to and fro everyday from Klang. And yet she scores well in exam. She looks fierce to me, but I think she should be friendly from the way she talks to those close to her. I will get to know her more in Bachelor Degree. Both of us are taking Actuarial Science. XD.

John J (TD1) is a music enthusiast. He knows music well. He said he was born with music. He started playing organ at the age of 7, then switched to guitar at the age of 8. He started learning bass at the age of 12, drums at the age of 13 and piano at the age of 15.

Joel (TD4) is also a music enthusiast. He is John’s good friend. He can talk ceaselessly about music with John.

John (TD1) is really good in public speaking. I was impressed when he was giving an impromptu speech about life.

Parveen (TD4) is very good in public speaking as well. His impromptu speech about UTAR was excellent. That speech really impressed me. Does “My Choice” labeled at the back of our T-shirt really indicate our choice? Or it is our parents’ choice. That speech was interesting.

There are still many whom I wish to mention one by one but I’m too lazy to do so. Hopefully we all will still keep in touch as most of them are moving to Setapak soon.

I really have to evaluate myself on my socialization. =.=

8 comments:

James2spooky said...

You know, I'm in the same situation as you are...I have always wanted to introduce myself to some of our coursemates and get into their conversation and be part of them but there is something that hinder me from say "hi" and "how are you doing?". Even if I could say "hi", my mind goes blank and that's it, "hi" is the only thing I could say...unless he/she starts a topic first.

Actually, number of friends does not matter (especially for me). Just keep your relationship close with all your current friends and don't lose them. Afterall, you can't handle all of them if you have too many friends, right?

nostalgia.jesskang said...

Haha... You're right...
Oh, James, you are another one i want to know more... But u seem cool in UTAR... I can only chat with u online...

~kLcK~ said...

Haha I agree with Jess ... you look so cool in UTAR haha. Jess keep saying that i got "a lot" of friends in UTAR from both pa and pd as well. Well, you yourself got a lot of friends as well. Just that you think thats too little gua >.<.

James, at least you can say "hi". I won't even dare to do so. Hehe ...

James2spooky said...

Haha, actually...I'm not really acting cool. Just that I have no one to talk to during lectures. During break, I usually will hang around with my groupmates.

klck: I'm wondering after I say "Hi" do I actually scare that person or not, haha. I'm so huge...

I don't have many friends in UTAR, PD block only got a few that I got to know through my secondary schoolmates who are now studying in PD.

Karen said...

hey...i wanna ask u sumting..we do need to register again wan mehh?i tot we will b autimatically to deg course?de GO told me like tat oso worr...

ehh...kelvin got blog wan arr...haha

James2spooky said...

Karen <- erm, as far I as know, we do not need to register again. They will arrange everything for us (and that's only if we are qualified to advance to degree course) and we will know which class we will be in when we go to Setapak. Even GO told you so, right? I got the info from one of my seniors who is now studying in 1st sem degree course.

~kLcK~ said...

Oh no, means the probability to end up in the same class is too small >.<

Karen said...

owhh...icic...hehe..how was ur senior's life now?mz b kinda tough hmm...