In Chun Eng's words...

Monday, November 26, 2007

Busy week

Really, I've never been so occupied at work like the ones I had last week. I touched down from Bangkok on the night of Nov 17th, had a day rest and then attended a 4 day VB.NET training in the office.

Training was ok, but this means that my other work is thus delayed. Then, it became, training in the day, working in the night as I had a list of issues to look into.

Then, coming, on the 29th Nov, I'm scheduled to attend another training known as HORENSO (HOkoku-RENtaku-SOdan), a followup from the first training last 13th Nov.

I've been so busy, that I don't even get the chance to blog about my Bangkok trip. Damn it, why must my pace of life fluctuates like that.... like in the stocks.

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Sunday, November 18, 2007

Back from Bangkok

Got back from Bangkok last night. Tired... need more rest. Will blog about the trip when I'm back in the office.

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Thursday, November 15, 2007

To Bangkok

I'm now in the KLIA Golden Lounge on my way to Bangkok for a Fujitsu Prones Summit. Currently, just stopping by for a brunch in the lounge before proceeding to the gate for my flight. My plane is scheduled to leave at 12.25pm Malaysian time.

No doubt the environment here is excellent. Only thing is that the computer's as slow as a tortoise and the internet line sucks... big time.

Till my blog... stay tuned.

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Saturday, November 03, 2007

See you next life

Can't believe it's already been 49 days. It felt like yesterday when you left without saying goodbye. That I could still remember them very well,

- the time when you left home fresh and healthy as usual and that was the last of you.

- the time when I had to identify you from the mortuary freezer, something I never thought would ever happen.

- the trouble we had to go through to reclaim you.

- the trouble we had to stop the hospital from performing post mortem on you, and when the police demanded thousands to release you and how the undertaker managed to help us settle them without the payments.

- the time how I had to carry you and place you into the casket.

- and the time, we finally sent you away.

Thinking back, I always thought that you won't leave so soon, especially with the history of longevity in the family.

Since you left, I've hoped that you'll return to pay us a visit. You've made me wonder, how is life right now? How you've been doing and what else you want or need us to do?

All those dreams of you... yet I could not understand what you meant.

Will I be able to see you again? Perhaps I will only know when it's my turn.

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

I want this!!!

I've never tasted a toast bread as delicious as this. It was given by a colleague of mine.

The wrapper looks like this:

The moment I opened the wrapper, the aroma was so strong, I knew I was going to love it. I did. The sugar spreaded on the bread tasted just about right and was not too sweet nor too plain.

Wonder if I can find them here. If I ever were to go to Japan, I'll definately be looking for this.

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