For the past three semesters I went to great lengths to make it appear that the events taking place in classroom D7 were actually educational. I even added photos on this blog to maintain the charade. In fact, D7 is actually an illegal gambling den. I was always careful to have lookouts stationed at strategic positions to give us enough time to reorganize in case the heat came. Well, it's all over thanks to this surveillance photo. Lets just call it "Exhibit A" at my trial.
Thanks to Yi Peng for sending the photos. Yi Peng is modelling the new ICPU shirt that she designed. I was planning on wearing mine that day, but I put it in the washing machine the night before and it came out dirtier than it went in.
Yesterday I took two Panadol Actifasts and washed it down with Kickapoo Joy Juice. These girls saw me do it and freaked out. They told me it was so unhealthy. I guess the carbonation and medicine don't react well together in the stomach.
Left to right:
- My mentee Chee Cheng - Eilin - Mr. Saint in his uncharacteristicly expensive shirt. - Wen Yi - Evone
This team created swimwear that changed colour according to moods. They created a scandalous commercial for their IBP presentation.
Here is a picture of a nice surprise I received on my birthday. Alina, Hann, Chi Khan, and Chee Yong surprised me with a carton of Marlboros. I didn't really know how to react to this one. Luckily, the carton was full of chocolate bars and candies. Thanks:)
When I get angry, I invite the offending student(s) for a "hallway conference". I had a total of 11 hallway conferences this semester.
Chi Khan = 5 Hann = 3 Chee Yong = 2
Other 114 students = 2
For assignment #4 I made my students create a product to be sold in a foreign country. Yong Jian told me he wanted to make a jacket that will keep you cool when it's warm and warm when it's cool. I was expecting a drawing of the prototype, but he actually made it. Well done!
Here I am looking damn sexy in Yong Jian's Jacket.
An old photo from my summer trip to Cambodia, but I'll be chillin' with deez peeps back in Canada soon.
I just love this photo. This is Sangeetha and I in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on Canada Day. James and Sangeetha asked me what we should do to celebrate. I suggested getting hammered under the Canadian flag by the riverfront. They both broke out in laughter. I was serious:(
Yes, I am trying to look like a nerd in this photo. That's not my hat.
I was lucky to survive an accident I had with a dump truck. Not only was I lucky to survive, but my bike wasn't damaged and I rode it home. Luckily, at that time I lived across the street from Sunway Medical Center and I managed to limp there like a zombie. I was freaking out when I got to the hospital, but they stuck a needle in me and everything felt so good.
Actually, it took about two weeks for my foot to scab up and I was slightly worried that gangrene might set in.
Don't worry about me people. The problem was that I was still stuck with this Canadian safe driving mentality. Now I drive like a Malaysian and everything makes sense.