Sunday, April 29, 2007

Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

WOW!!!...i can only dream to be such a person...JACKIE CHAN

As Goodwill Ambassador, Chan is committed to supporting efforts to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and ending the stigma and discrimination surrounding this global scourge, whose impact falls heavily on children. He also raises awareness about the destruction wrought by landmines and about other issues affecting children, including avian influenza.

During 2004 he made his first field trip to Cambodia, where he visited HIV/AIDS and landmine rehabilitation and awareness projects supported by UNICEF. In Siem Reap, home to the fabled Angkor War temple complex, he witnessed the horrific legacy of hidden landmines that continue to pose a daily threat to Cambodian children and their communities. Chan also met with children and young people whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS.
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Chan made a first-ever visit to Viet Nam with UNICEF to communicate a strong message on the importance of showing compassion and empathy to children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. He travelled to a province with the highest HIV prevalence rate in the country, where he sat and talked with children and their families, who regularly gather at an ‘empathy’ support club. He also toured an antenatal clinic that provides counseling, testing and information on the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

a true hero indeed....*im in love.....*...with his capability..not him~!!!

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other superstars related to HIV/AIDS are ELTON JOHN - Elton John AIDS Foundation (ELTON JOHN?!?!?!?!!) and The Magic Johnson Foundation

also check out this website ==> youth in philanthropy

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

those were the days........

BBQ at selese hills....

sesat gathering.... chanel handbags

jogging competition (guys vs girls)=> all the GUYS r wearing black pants..except...

bukit tinggi trip......

klcc u6s4 photo shooting...SPIKE IT!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES OF THE BRAIN: Which is your dominant side?

For me its gota be the right brain i guess...=]

If you prefer to study lying down (but most of the time i study sitting up erect!) , you may use your right side to study more effectively. The right hemisphere processes information from whole to parts.If you are right brain, it may be difficult for you to follow a lecture without the professor had given the outline first. If that is the case, it may be best for you to read the chapter before class or ask the professor to give you the topic and outline of the next lecture. You may also have trouble writing outlines if you are right-brained. You would write the entire paper and then last, the outline (if required).
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The right hemisphere is spatial orientated, recognizes sequencing of symbols, objects, and events, appreciates music, non-verbal, emotional, empathic, witty and humorous. Other functions consist of drive, order, planning, and executive control. Right brain people know how they feel but have trouble expressing it in words.(my biggest problem..sigh)

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Look at the facial expressions depicted above.
Write the corresponding letter that represents your interpretation of
each of the following emotions:

When you've made your list, check here for most popular interpretations.

ever tried typing your name in google search engine?

everything that pops up is about chess...chess and chess.

my target : top 20 chess player in MALAYSIA (at the moment)

Friday, April 20, 2007

prof ramli rocks...eeeeeeee

i have like 2 hours and 25 minutes (12 o'clock is my sleeping time) to memorize everthing abt female and male reproduction system....ohman!..y dun VC just change reproduction of physiology to "practical" exam? study study..

kill me LSY~!!!

Thursday, April 19, 2007

new soccer idol

Impossible Is Nothing - Lionel Messi ( adidas commercial )

BArcelona vs. Getafe 5:2 18/4/2007 Messi wonderful goal

Sunday, April 15, 2007

take a risk - there's no other way to fail forward

most ppl judge whether to take a risk based on their fear or probability of their success.

= traps that make people back away from risk =

--<@ the timing trap @>--

Don Marquis, the famous writer and humorist, was known to be a champion procrastinator. A friend who knew of this tendency in Marquis asked him how he ever got his day's work done. "That's simple," dais Marquis. "i just pretend that it's yesterday's."
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Some people tend to think that there's a perfect time to do everything and this isn't it. So they wait. But Jim Stovall advices, "Don't wait for all the lights to be green before you leave the house."? If you wait for perfect timing, you'll wait forever. And the more you wait, the more tired you'll get. William James wisely declared, "There is nothing so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task." Don't use timing as an excuse to procrastinate.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

justin timberlake - all over again (another song)

im not sure what this song "really" means...but,it just keeps me relaxed=]

Saturday, April 07, 2007


well,i know im not a "top student" or anybody....but,how important studies is to us?...VERY important i guess...everybody is studying so hard to get good results..spending sooooooh much time,sooooh much money,sooooh much effort...blablabla....we all know that a degree nowadays is equivalent to "nothing"?..i have many seniors who obtain 1st class the end..they work in fields which are not related to their majoring at all~!!!..biohealth/biochem/biotech ==> IT,salesperson?,business line?...coz cant find a job?...i mean its nothing wrong being in that line...just that...after studying sooooooooooooh hard abt biology for 3 years..then after graduate...totally "return" it back 2our lecturer and pursue yr career in other fields...whats d point??..i dun get it...mmm...nyway,the thing that kept me thinking much are we willing to sacrifice for "studies"? it worth it to sacrifice our "relationship"-(gf-bf,husband-wife,etc) for it?many ppl have probs in their relationship...because of my slacking alot,not performing well....n so called wana "concentrate" on my studies,so i choose not 2get myself involved in a relationship at the that the right choice? the end of the going to get married to the person i love...not to BOOKS!!!
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then again...i notice many "successful" ppl in this world....most of them are not PHD holders or masters etc...which means...doesn't mean u didn't do well in yr studies, u r a failure~!..m i right?..or wrong? think abt it...if im doing well in my studies...i wont be writing this post at all~!!!

sigh...i guess im just thinking too much....10 more days to finals...i just hope i wont screw up this semester again...tough day,sad post...tmr will be a better day(i hope)...i guess 10 days of hibernation for me...i dont believe i cant do well in my studies...all im lacking is DISCIPLINE.............too bad the person i hope to share my happiness,sorrows,bedtime stories busy with her studies as well...=]

Thursday, April 05, 2007

dedicated to "bu"

Love is missing someone whenever you're apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you're close in heart. ~Kay Knudsen

Sometimes, when one person is missing, the whole world seems depopulated. ~Lamartine

Can miles truly separate you from friends.... If you want to be with someone you love, aren't you already there? ~Richard Bach
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If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden. ~Claudia Ghandi

No distance of place or lapse of time can lessen the friendship of those who are thoroughly persuaded of each other's worth. ~Robert Southey

Your absence has gone through me
Like thread through a needle
Everything I do is stitched with its color.
~W.S. Merwin, "Separation"

Love reckons hours for months, and days for years; and every little absence is an age. ~John Dryden

The reason it hurts so much to separate is because our souls are connected. ~Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook