New things to come


It has been a while, hasn’t it?

My excuse is that I have been busy with Silat the past few weeks. It has been exhausting.

But now, I’m free for a temporary moment. Why a temporary moment? Because I have decided to pick up the role as the project director for this upcoming freshmen orientation camp. It is my first time taking up a role that is central to the whole movement of a project. However, I feel that it is about time that I picked up such a role.

I am confident that I am capable of carrying out the task with a certain level of level-headedness. I also think that if I am unsure about things, I can fall back on trusted people.

Anyway, what a semester it has been thus far. With a few blinks of the eye, it has already reached Week 10 and thus, the end of my Y3S1. Gosh, I’ll seriously miss NUS once graduation comes. Ugh.

Anyway, my life has been rather happening the past few days. One, I was invited to be one of the official photographers for Street Superior 2018. I am honoured and blessed to be able to get such a role. It will be a whole new experience for me and I cannot wait to see what it has in store for me. Also, Gary’s new series ‘Trash Talk’ has been pumping me up for the flip game and I’m trying my best to secure the best deals for the metal straws in China. I really feel that I can flip them and make some good money with my skills in marketing/publicity. Hmm… that will be another whole new experience.

Well, I guess, there are a lot of things to look forward in the coming few weeks and I will try to update as frequently as possible here. Furthermore, I may try to minimalise certain aspects of my life, especially my digital life. So, stay tuned to what I have in store.


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