Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Thank you.

The bet is totally paid off.
Kids behaved and cooperated very well during the session.
Supervisor is happy too.


Thank you kids.

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

My graceful bet

Rotational learning is the bet for tomorrow. Let's see how it goes.

Saturday, 13 August 2011

Short and sweet

Cukup indah mimpi tadi; walaupun sebentar.

Ber'busking' di Queenstreet.
Stargazing di QUT.
Banyak lagi.


Wednesday, 10 August 2011

Please understand.

Please understand that I rarely talk and share my things with others.
So, whenever I tell you that I need you, that shows I really need you.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

The kids need me.

I could actually be the laziest bum on earth to a certain extent, I would say.

Every morning, as in early in the morning, the only thing that motivates me to move from bed is "The kids need me in school"

Yes, that could be the most cliche ever; if you assumed being an effective educator is that easy (shake the bon-bons and stuffs), why don't you give yourself at least a shot?

Stop being judgemental.

"@FactAboutBoyz: Three biggest lies from a guy's mouth: 1. I'm not that type of guy. 2. I won't hurt you. 3. I'm sorry."

No one is perfect though, but come on. Don't make this as a sweeping statement to every man just because you met the wrong person. Get yourself out from your own narrow-mindedness, and start to deeply think from various perspectives.

Well, you can't actually deny the fact that everyone lies at least 12times per day (This is definitely not a sweeping statement as how you made it; I came across this somewhere in gender research paper). So, the lies of "Im not that type of PERSON", "I won't hurt you" and "Im sorry", I believe do not solely come from the 'a guys' mouth', but it also probably,or I would say WILL come from the other direction which is 'GIRLS'.

Think wisely before you being pointlessly vocal.

Saturday, 6 August 2011


Place: Year 4 Gemilang.

Situation :
During monthly test (Students surprisingly finished the papers minutes earlier).

Me: All right, I would like all of you to make sure that you check your papers back. Make sure all the answers and spellings are correct. OK?

Student A (very smart-looking kid): The papers are very thick sir, but questions are easy.

Me: *Feel challenging* OK, If that's the case, make sure you got hundred. If one of you happened to fail the paper, I might call your mum.

Student B : Sir, saya beri handphone no mak saya dulu ye? Sbb, sy confirm fail. (Translation: Sir, why don't I give you my mum's handphone no first? Because, I know that I will fail)

Me: Student B, check your answer again. Make sure everything is correct. Sternly smile. *They are just being kids* =)

Tuesday, 2 August 2011


I am a happy man if I were asked to be in class now; meeting with kids and do some teachings rather than just rotting at the staffroom.

Not a good day to start.