My colour is red, the color of racy sportscars, blushing cheeks, and luscious roses. Red symbolizes passion, romance, and love. So, since I'm ruled by red, I probably trust my feelings more than my brain and tend to act spontaneously. If I see something I want, I go for it without thinking twice — impulsive is my middle name. I don't wait around for people to make decisions, either; you dive right in. Quite the romantic, I pay close attention to my emotions. In fact, if my heart isn't in what I'm doing, I won't be satisfied. Of course, even when I do pour all your energy into the projects I tackle, my impetuous nature means my passions can shift as frequently as the wind. That's why some reds have trouble with commitment. Advice? Next time I'm feeling fickle, think before I act, if possible. I might be surprised at the results. Overall, though, it's great to be red. No one lives life more completely than I do.

smiling :)

What's so difficult about flashing a smile? I would rather have someone smile without a saying a word then for someone to say thanks, say hello with a straight face. Maybe this is because a smile is a kind of body language, and body language accounts for about 70% to 90% of "interaction".

If you smile at someone, it could make their day. It would make yours as well. It can make them smile at someone else who would then continue to pass their smiles on in a never-ending chain.

I think, it's about impossible to feel very sad if you have a natural smile on. Or maybe you smile because you feel happy. Maybe both are one, just like the mind and body are one.

A smile shows acceptance and warmth. The easiest way to receive these is to give your acceptance and warmth, just like the easiest to change how people react to you is to change yourself first.

Smile today!

hello cheryl!


i am wingyee's h2o

The Orientation bottle was conveniently vandalised. Gosh!

Presenting to you.. Our very own "IRONMAN" Mok Ying Ren, doing silly stuff, as usual. Not only silly, but a bit vulgar. Ah well. One thing's for sure, although Mok always does silly stuff, he is NOT silly. Not in the academic sense, not even in the sports sense. If you know him you'll KNOW. But still, he sure looks silly. WAHAHA

FRICKIN HAND!! Jiawei had to pleasantly interrupt my photo-taking. What a nice guy RIGHT! And he had to frickin bring the frickin latex-glove-filled-with-water to the frickin lecture theatre! Not only that, with the frickin hand in his hand he continuously pissed me off by continuously asking "you want a hand? ... you want a hand? ... YOU WANT A HAND?"


So, today was NAPFA. Reasonably easy, maybe even surprising, since last year I was so sick I got THE FIRST SILVER OF MY LIFE. Thanks huh. I so love you, unknown-sickness-bugwhatever. ANYWAY! I have to express my guilt. I... I... pangsehed a friend. Since that fateful day, when we were running in synchro, so in synchro that we could win the "Synchronized Shuttle Run", if there was even such a event, with full honours to top it all. So, during today's 2.4km, we decided to run together, pace each other. And of course, we did just that. Until the very last moment. Being spurred on by my wonderful classmates Sunnie and Justin, I decided to make a run for the finishing line, neglecting my truly dear friend Leong Hon Loong. To date, I still feel remorse at what I've done, especially as I clocked in at 11:10, on the dot for a B. Just because I sprinted at the end. And my dear Hon Loong, he missed by 3 seconds, even thought it's still a C. Sorry Hon Loong!

Anyway, I may consider taking a retest, IF they take the best of each individual station. Since I've already got 5 As, I can just slack for the first 5 stations and TOP the 2.4km run! Who cares about COMMANDO! And what's more, Kevin Ho the Great personally requested my presence at the retest! How could I say no!

Speaking of which, I've got something embedded in my heart which I want OUT. And so here goes:

I am, so, so pissed off when I see my dear classmates pushing themselves at all the stations! To hell with all the willpower and crap thing! TENSION! It will all LEAD TO TENSION, which is NOT GOOD! And this may lead to a MEMORY of the TENSION, which may destroy any enjoyment they have for sports and physical activities! NOOO! I DON'T LIKE! Especially for Slack and Reach. When I see my dear friends push so hard to stretch themselves, PUSH SO HARD! I feel the PAIN in my HEART! I mean, maybe it works for them, but I don't like it! With tension in your body, how are you gonna stretch FAR! Tell me, HOW! Like, if you tense up your throat when you sing, how are you gonna sing for extended periods of TIME? HOW!! And 2.4 especially. Somehow I have this feeling that from young we have been taught to push ourself, to "ren", to "run no matter how tired you are, don't stop", for the run. NOOO! Gosh, it pisses me off so to see people treating 2.4 as a CHORE. It's supposed to be enjoyable! And it IS! But some stupid system had to screw everything up!

To clear things up, I believe tension does lead to greater heights, but for only that mere moment. It drains ENERGY! (shall not go into biomedical terms)

Ok, now that I've calmed down, it's time to WASH MY BIKE! (which has been so dearly fixed, thanks to enlightenment from dear Wei Jian Sim) In preparation for the round country riding this Friday, 11.30 sharp. I don't wanna cycle with Mok! This is a frickin $200 bike I have here! His is $1600! In Sing or US, no matter. It's 8 times! EIGHT TIMES! And he's got a helmet sexy tights thighs won some many bike competitions I don't think I can frickin CATCH UP! SO! I have decided to stay at the front and block him so he cannot OVERTAKE me! MUAHAHAHA!

P.S. theSAMEone, if you would so pleasantly give me a clue as to your identity, even a small clue, I will be so grateful.

Dear Anonymous,

I can't even begin to say how touched I am at your little message. Indeed, thank you. I'm at a loss of words.

What the coconut! It turns out that my worse subject(what else but Bio) became my best subject and my best subject(Maths as usual) became my worse! What a turn of the tables. Actually, the ultimate blow came when I discovered that, out of my four main subjects, it is the only one that I passed! Right on the fence. It shouldn't come as a surprise, really, since I've always done well in my BIO MCQ. As for Physics and Chem, never mind man. Haa. It's kinda cool though, my results being FOOD. Which reminds me. I just had lunch with Nengyang and co at L O N G H O U S E. The hawker fare there's pure and golden. A must try! (at least for the ones that grew up on those kinda food, but if not, you can always be adventurous)

"If You Want To Be Happy..."

Someone once said,
"If you want to be happy, then make sure you always have one or two true friends.
The amount of money you make doesn't matter.
Fame doesn't matter. How much you achieve, doesn't matter.
What matters most is close friends. If someone will stand by you even at risk to themselves, then you have made a good life."

Maybe, just maybe, we have missed the forest for the trees. In the process of wanting to achieve, we may have neglected others, and even ourselves for that matter. We may have forgotten ourselves, being too caught up in everything else. Maybe, just maybe, we have forgotten the joy of looking at beauty around us, or the joy of learning something new. We may have forgotten that it does not take a lot to be happy, that happiness need not be sacrificed in lieu of achievements, that achievements follow after happiness. Is it really worth it, fervently pursuing something which is, at its heart, a transient illusion? Why not believe in your own power? I don't know. All we can be dam sure of is that Wei Qi is a dam romantic. That, is what I have learnt, being in a competitive and sometimes disconnected environment which I will not name.