A Thousand Years

How can a song be so beautiful? ——————————————– Heart beats fast Colors and promises How to be brave How can I love when I’m afraid to fall Watching you stand alone All of my doubt suddenly goes away somehow One step closer [Chorus:] I have died everyday waiting for you Darling don’t be afraid I […]

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Half more!

So two exams were over.. GEM2901 was not too bad, but I wasn’t sure of whether I answered most questions correctly ūüė¶ and due to the steep bell curve I doubt I’ll get a good grade. (And hence probably S/U it..) As for CS2105, it was okay. Hopefully I can pass with a decent grade. […]

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The Last.

And it’s over. Mixed feelings, I would say – it’s not that I didn’t want the module to end (heck, we’ve been kind of suffering all the way, albeit for good reasons), but maybe because.. I don’t know. There are things that doesn’t seem right, things that I hope I’ve done better. I realised, through […]

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Final Project Presentation

I was pleasantly surprised by the final project presentations. To be honest, the people whom I expect will do an astonishing job didn’t do quite as much as I expected, and the people who I didn’t know came out with crazy cool ideas. The concept is definitely not new; and as I’m not a frequent […]

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Yes, I digress, but I really want to share my first-hand experiences with one of the most hyped up social networks last year, when Facebook received rage from its design revamps and policy changes. I remember reading quite a lot of posts about Diaspora being the Facebook counter mid last year. (Check out their Kickstarter […]

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Growing up

As October passes by quickly, life has been getting tougher. Somehow, my work/arts life hasn’t been reducing (like I expected it to), but keeping the steady, busy pace. Just as my performances are coming to a close, my a cappella group got into two¬†competitions’ audition rounds, Sparks 2011 and PA’s Youth Got Talent. Heh. And […]

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