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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Some Random Pictures

Winning...We(Hun Ming, Kin Fai, Ming Hui, and me) appear to be the first team to solve this puzzle without teacher's help, Thanks to Ming Hui's trick...LOL......we follow the cutter path...

The completed puzzle!


Night scene in UTP......

Night scene......

Shoes spoilt in UTP, so bought new one in the nearest town, Taman Maju, but spoilt again as I fell down from the bike......


In UTP, I have joined a project management, which is EDX.

EDX stands for Engineering Design Exhibition. Basically, we are having exhibition ofr those Third Year Project and Final Year Project of UTP students.

It will be held on 24 and 25 Oct. I am joining the PnP department (Publishing and Publicity), so my job scopes are basically make people know about this event.

We design nametag, clothes ..etc etc..

We hang the posters, banners, streamers, etc all around the UTP.

Here are some pictures of the preparation of our department.


A meeting??

The boy o the ladder on the right hand side is me!!

The one in the middle wearing cap is me...

I am the one on the left...

So, which one is me now?

That's all for now


AIDS awareness Campaign

There was a campaign about AIDS awareness on 03 OCT, I attended and I have learned some really cute information regarding AIDS. I was rushing two labs that day and I skipped some of the parts of the event, but stil, I enjoy the campaign overall.

(and......all of us are given a sample of condom(DUREX)) :l

Ponder this statement:

AIDS is treatable but not curable.

Here are some information regarding treatments

Current treatment for HIV infection consists of highly active antiretroviral therapy, or HAART.[83] This has been highly beneficial to many HIV-infected individuals since its introduction in 1996 when the protease inhibitor-based HAART initially became available.[6] Current optimal HAART options consist of combinations (or "cocktails") consisting of at least three drugs belonging to at least two types, or "classes," of anti-retroviral agents.

Typical regimens consist of two nucleoside analogue reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NARTIs or NRTIs) plus either a protease inhibitor or a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI). Because HIV disease progression in children is more rapid than in adults, and laboratory parameters are less predictive of risk for disease progression, particularly for young infants, treatment recommendations are more aggressive for children than for adults.[84] In developed countries where HAART is available, doctors assess the viral load, rapidity in CD4 decline, and patient readiness while deciding when to recommend initiating treatment.[85]

Here are some pictures taken that day.......

It is May Yun (facing away from the camera)

The facilitators....

(from left)May Yun, Samuel(international Student), AIESEC Malaysia President..forgot her name, and me.

I am really concerned of AIDS problem now......I hope that there is a way to overcome this issue, scientist should have work hard! I will try every means to help those AIDS victims too if and only if it is not beyond my ability larrr...


Mooncake Festival?

Guess what have I devoted myself to for the first time celebration of mid-autumn festival ever in my life?

Have a look of some pictures first......

(Notice that in every picture above, there is a boy wearing in black with red stripes? That is me! and my job is throwing the fake flowers towards the dancers......and that is how I start my first celebration of lantern festival.hahaha.)

After that we have "treassure hunt" by carrying the lantern...

(Using my not-so-good-handphone to capture the pictures, so the effect is not-so-good too, sorry la..)

That's all for me now.



Before that, I didn't really like mind map. It is confusing, clusterring all the information, cramming the key words in a page, and making the funny funny picture.

Instead, I come across a more systematic mind mapping method when reading about Tony Buzan's method of mind-mapping. There are basically around 10 Laws of Mind Mapping, which I will go into more details in other post.

The most effective of learning is student writing their own key words.

So, I tried up.

I bought a book entitled "speed reading" and I finished it in around 1 week where I have summarised it in 4 pages of mind maps for the whole 140++ pages.

Here, I give some examples of my draft of mind maps.





First time ever to try to use mind mapping. There is still much more imprevement for me.

I DID hate mind-mapping, but why dont you give it a try too?