Friday, December 31, 2010
Cynthia was pick me up to Hairroom to have a cut on my hair by kok hwa.It has been around half a year i didn't do anything on my hair...so messy.
we went back home to take a bath and then go to Pavillion.Shop a while and having dinner at DOME.Damn love the mushroom soap..i have never try as delicious as like this.yummy~
im not recommended this..because its taste like milo.haha...
I don't like this breast chicken rice..it was quite hard .I more prefer the *catch the day...it just different from the fish and sauce..it was so juicy.why seems like all the food that i ordered was not good ar ~!?
Actually countdown or any big day better stay at home.if u want to celebrate better choose a RIGHT place.Feel so indisposed at pavillion on yesterday..all the*b*just know how to push the ppl,and also got a tourist's bag was nearly kidnap by a stranger.yen and i was so unlucky.-.-''
Just hope all the best in 2011. ^.^
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Arrived very quickly in 2011.All will be able anew to start, in present semester 2 has certainly had diligently.Originally my score in the class only was average…How doesn't redouble one's efforts I to have to go on living in MIA ! Therefore the present has all prepared some, really did not know the semester 1 new students has how fiercely.
Hopes everything in 2011 all to cross extremely smoothly happy ^.^
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Wuhoo! received my results today in an unexpected mood.Dad was opening it at first because top of the letter was my father's name.My name is just under the address..lol
Don't know what to say so...in my mind ,i have no grumble .I'm so happy >.
Have to WORK HARD now~
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
The third leg of the big-screen voyage through C.S. Lewis' magical kingdom of Narnia finds the intrepid Pevensie kids Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes) sailing with Prince-turned-King Caspian (Ben Barnes) on the Narnian ship the Dawn Treader. They're manning what is essentially a floating goodwill embassy/fighting machine, populated by gnarly human sailors, talking animal sailors, and gnarly, talking, half-human, half-animal sailors. Evil is everywhere — I mean EEE-VILL, as Narnians pronounce it with a Princess Bride flourish. But the light of goodness and thespiritual influence of the sanctified lion Aslan guide Lucy and Edmund. Aslan even has a salutary effect on their priggish cousin Eustace (Will Poulter), a refreshingly horrid little bourgeois British pill unwillingly brought along for the journey. It's only after Eustace survives being turned into a dragon, and especially after he learns humility at the paws of the King of the Beasts, that the lad embraces the world with new compassion and grace. He is then, one might say, reborn.
Mini-homilies flow like the seas in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: ''We have nothing if not belief.'' ''Be strong — don't fall to temptation.'' ''You doubt your value; don't run from who you are.'' That's to be expected: Lewis embedded his engrossing, popular fantasies with child-size lessons in virtue, served with an overlay of Christian allegory for those who wish to seek it. What's less expected is that the movie, directed by Michael Apted (taking over from a more sprightly, fantasy-savvy Andrew Adamson, who handled the first two, along with the first two Shreks), looks and feels so wooden, so cheesy.
The Narnians are mad busy. They're searching for the seven lost lords of Narnia, battling adversaries (including a humongous sea serpent), and rescuing fellow kingdom dwellers who have been captured by a slave trader. But little in this production feels either grand and substantial or, on the other hand, light and fun. There's a businesslike, barrel-ahead determination to the proceedings, as if the players (and, in the bigger picture, the producers) were ticking off items on an agenda: three volumes down, four to go if Walden Media commits to the whole shebang. The action sequences are full of dutifully tricky, chessboard fighting lunges and sword swings; the talking special-effects mouse, Reepicheep (previously voiced by Eddie Izzard, now by Simon Pegg), talks a lot. In the thick of a good-and-evil showdown, Tilda Swinton appears for a total of five seconds as the White Witch from the first movie. There's nothing that's not by the book, the clock, the CGI program.
a little cute girl become a pretty girl now.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010
finally...i had came to the end of semester one.No doubt,i had really learned so much in MIA.Knew more friend,knowledge,social.
Yesterday was attending the farewell party of semester 6.It was so touching,all of the juniors watched their video*without privacy. their ugly crazy action,from semester 1 until now...lol
In the middle of Dec, our result will send to our home.
So expect ? nervous ? scare ? ..i can't bother anymore, just let it be what i have done during the exam.