Thursday, March 11, 2010

SPM Results!

O yay. SPM results were released today! And well.. I got 8A+, A(Biology) and B+(Chinese).. Well, what do I have to say? Really thank God, my family, and my awesome friends who guided me through the years.. Without them, I couldn't have achieved anything! Right? Actually I'm not really THAT good in my studies especially when  Brian Chong comes into mind. But oh well, I do my best, and leave the rest to God, yeah?

Mm. If you ask me if I'm satisfied, yes I am! You see, for Taylor's Tan Sri Loy Hean Heong merit scholarships..
9A/A --> RM5000
10A/A+ --> RM7000
10A/A+/A- --> RM1000

So gosh, if I were to get A- for my Chinese, I would actually lose RM4000! Isn't this wonderful?! Thank God for His awesome plans, and yup, His ways aren't necessarily our ways..

And oh, congratulations to many many people out there who scored BIG, both my current classmates and ex-classmates yea :) You guys did awesome, keep it up, but remember, it doesn't stop at SPM. Our lives have more to encounter, so prepare yourselves! :D

Anyway, holidays are coming! I'm going back to Kelantan on the 21st of March, and coming back to Subang Jaya on the 28th of March :) God bless ya'll!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


This is from an e-mail :)
Thought this was pretty amazing and interesting!!

For all the scientists out there, and for all the students who have a hard time convincing these people regarding the truth of the Bible, here's something that shows God's awesome creation, and that He is still in control.

Did you know that the space program is busy proving that what has been called 'myth' in the Bible is true?

Mr. Harold Hill, President of the Curtis Engine Company in Baltimore, Maryland, and a consultant in the space program, relates the following development. 

'I think one of the most amazing things that God has done for us today happened recently to our astronauts and space scientists at Green Belt, Maryland .

They were checking out where the positions of the sun, moon, and planets would be 100 years and 1,000 years from now. We have to know this so we won't send up a satellite and have it bump into something later on in its orbits.

We have to lay out the orbits in terms of the life of the satellite and where the planets will be so the whole thing will not bog down.

They ran the computer measurement back and forth over the centuries, and it came to a halt. The computer stopped and put up a red signal, which meant that there was something wrong with either the information fed into it or with the results as compared to the standards. 

They called in the service department to check it out, and they said, 'What's wrong?' Well, they found there is a day missing in space in elapsed time.

They scratched their heads and tore their hair out.. There was no answer.

Finally a Christian man on the team said, 'You know, one time I was in Sunday School, and they talked about the sun standing still.' While they didn't believe him, they didn't have an answer either, so they said, 'Show us, '

He got a Bible and went to the book of Joshua where they found a pretty ridiculous statement for any one with 'common sense.'

There they found the Lord saying to Joshua,

'Fear them not, I have delivered them into thy hand; there shall not a man of them stand before Thee.'

Joshua was concerned because he was surrounded by the enemy! And if darkness fell, they would overpower them. So Joshua asked the Lord to make the sun stand still! That's right... 'The sun stood still and the moon stayed and lasted not to go down about a whole day!'
(Joshua 10:12-13)

The astronauts and scientists said, There is the missing day! They checked the computers going back into the time it was written and found it was close but not close enough. The elapsed time that was missing back in Joshua's day was 23 hours and 20 minutes . not a whole day.

They read the Bible, and there it was about [approximately] a day.. These little words in the Bible are important, but they were still in trouble because if you cannot account for 40 minutes, you'll still be in trouble 1000 years from now.

Forty minutes had to be found because it can be multiplied many times over in orbits.. As the Christian employee thought about it, he remembered somewhere in the Bible where it said the sun went BACKWARDS.

The scientists told him he was out of his mind, but they got out the Book and read these words in 2 Kings that told of the following story: Hezekiah, on his death bed, was visited by the prophet Isaiah who told him that he was not going to die. Hezekiah asked for a sign as proof. Isaiah said 'Do you want the sun to go ahead 10 degrees?'

Hezekiah said, 'It is nothing for the sun to go ahead 10 degrees, but let the shadow return backward 10 degrees.' Isaiah spoke to the Lord, and the Lord brought the shadow ten degrees BACKWARD! Ten degrees is exactly 40 minutes!'

Twenty-three hours and 20 minutes in Joshua, plus 40 minutes in Second Kings make the missing day in the universe! Isn't it amazing?

References: Joshua 10:8 and 12,13 and 2 Kings 20:9-11. 

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Orientation Party!

So Taylor's College held an Orientation Party in the main campus today. It was fun!!! Except they aren't putting Chinese New Year songs that would definitely make everyone high in spirits.

Oh and they had a pizza-eating competition! After some pushing and convincing, Sean and Calvin finally went up on stage. Poor Calvin choke halfway and fainted and the ambulance came.

The fainting part is a joke LOL. Anyway Sean won the first prize!!! So our cheering and shouting were all very much worth it. Guess what he won? A buy-one-free-one card which is valid for take-away for a year! A YEAR. OMG. BUY ONE FREE ONE. And it's not Pizza Hut ok. It's Domino's Pizza! :D

And here comes the funner part. We heard about free Domino's pizzas and stationed ourselves in front of the pizza stand. Smart right?! And then when they announced we could already take them, everyone got mad. It was a havoc but oh well, we got 2 boxes! Amanda even got 3 boxes -__________- got the big plastic bag some more. So pro!

We all had the awesome pizzas for lunch. Yay! But Annabella had to attend a class representative's meeting so she missed everything. Woohoo! XD

Anyway I can't post any photos although I did take some, because the weak minded me forgot to bring the phone cable. *Smacks myself*

Tuesday, January 19, 2010


Hi. So I'm currently in Taylor's, doing SAM (South Australian Matriculation, in case you've never heard of it). I know a lot of people get blur after SPM (don't worry I'll skip those boring parts), let me just tell you something.

SAM is awesome. It's cheaper and the program isn't a long as Cambridge A-Levels is! LOL on that. Oh and while getting down on adapting to the new environment, I found out that (sadly, but oh well) my classmates are not bad. Of course without the ice-breaking part done by our English teacher, there would've still been that iron wall between most of the people (especially me and the others yea). But you see, you just hafta focus on your studies and building relationships with people, and *boom* time will do the rest! So there isn't much to worry about, yes?

Oh and the food here is awesome. Totally awesome (compared to KB of course). There's a huge variety of food out there and if you do mind your spendings, there's always 'economy rice' and stuff like that around you. Don't try Snow Flake though unless you don't mind 'trying', as in trying stuff that isn't really good. And the cashier guy wanted to shortchange me you know! He didn't give me the card. So what's the card for? 5 chops - get anything below RM3.50 on the menu for free (I think it's RM3.50), 10 chops - get anything on the menu for free.

I'll try to keep my blog updated =X, as you see, when most of the people in your class blog, why shouldn't you? :D