so, the week is over and it’s back to regular classes. everyone is back unlike classes on thursday and friday which seemed quite empty. yesterday was also the end of HELP MUNC. it certainly met my expectations and it’s a new experience for me. i think the organising committee did a very good job and i’d like to thank them for their efforts :)

nothing much, just a short update. i have a lot on my mind, thinking about sorting some things out or maybe it’s just me trying too hard or worrying too much. anyway, that’s besides the point. blogging is suppose to release my stress and express myself through words, photos and whatnot. so, here goes. just some pictures to share.


isn’t this cute? it’s suppose to flip and flap up and down for the leaves part and the flower is suppose to go right and left. but, apparently it’s not doing it’s so called job in calming my soul because it isn’t exposed to enough sunlight.


this is gonna be the first year that i’ll celebrate mooncake festival alone :( jelly mooncake is my preferred choice because it’s lighter in texture and taste. personally i feel the authentic flavoured mooncakes are enjoyable with tea but since i want to have more servings, i prefer just munching away jelly mooncakes. lol.


first ever MUN by HELP. secretary generals are jonathan yong and james yap.


a newbie’s experience.


first day formal wear. when i was much younger, i always fancied working in an office because i thought the corporate ladies looked so awesome in their attire. hahaha.


the first day was basically spent lobbying and coming up with a resolution.


jia yu and jia yi. haha. she’s a fellow SASA-rian too :)


day 2 was the longest day ever from 8 in the morning till 7 at night. the HRC discussed about crisis in honduras and nicaragua and the very ‘interesting’ topic of halting of persecution against homosexuals and the promotion of their rights. it’s definitely the longest ever i have been involved in a homo discussion. before i went to bed, words like hetero, homo, delegates, amendment, striken out and etc kept ringing in my head. omg. homotopia. LOL.


enough is said.


third and final day outfit.


delegate of rwanda from DISEC giving his speech on the peacekeeping troops resolution. plenary session was interesting as it neared the end cos there was a very constructive debate on the homo resolution. in the end, the homo reso was passed despite it being inconclusive of what kind of policy should the muslim nationd adopt seeing as to homosexuality is prohibited in the syariah law. that said, it’s a good reso.


Sierra Leon, New Zealand and Lebanon. we’re still learning the ropes to MUN-ing.


djibouti! the most attractive female delegate in HRC.


Mexico, New Zealand, Korea and Venezuela! notice the height increase lol. mere coincidence!


hahah, ilyana looks so cute here.

that’s all for now and i’m gonna go rest and do my math work and study chemistry. so much for mondays :(

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"Life's challenges are not supposed to paralyze you, they're
supposed to help you discover who you are."
-- Bernice Johnson Reagon--


3 Responses to “Quickie”

  1. 2 Fiona September 29, 2009 at 7:05 am

    you mean my classes in college? A levels :)

  2. 3 Nisreen November 14, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    LOVE YOUR OUTFITSSS! and you look gorgeous as always =)
    anywayy, why didn’t you tell me you represented New Zealand? like omgggggg..hahaha =)

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