- Last week, I skipped all my lectures and tutorial classes, but don’t worry, I already asked my trustful friend to sign my attendances.
- Last week, I had 3 papers to test, but honestly I didn’t study in serious manner, I just read through once only~~~~!!!!
Everything thanks to DEBATE!!!
On account of my great enthusiasm in Chinese debate, without any question, I took part in campus Chinese debate competition with some debatolic friends last fortnight. After two weeks struggled so hard, I eventually made ourselves in the last four, but unfortunately defeated by a stronger team after a deadly battle in the semi-final round. This is my first achievement in UM.
Crazy thing: the semi-final round ended in Friday night but the next morning has a test even though was Saturday. The test was multiple choices but with 100 QUESTIONS. Oh my god. Then, that time I haven’t start my study even a page. So I had no choice and that time I was so exhausted after a week battle in debate field. POK!!! I just slept immediately.
What was happened in the next morning?!?!
I brought my AK47, then I shot and shot. Luckily some questions quite common sense to me, hopefully it won’t fail.
Secondly, I played footsal for my first time.
It definitely wasn’t a normal footsal match, it is because one of the players came from the ancestor land of modern football, he is very keen in his native football skill, that is English attacking-football style which have made a glorious reputation in the international football arena, he is my friend, he also called David…. Normally we call him Dave ~~~~
It was absolutely a cruel match, especially for those freshmen like me. In order to protect the face of a great
Everyone chasing the ball, everyone trying to find the ball…… (why I used ‘find’???)
After an hour battle, my team finally defeated by Dave’s team, 5 to 8, and undeniably he was the best player of the game because 5 out of 8 goals of his team was contributed by his golden right leg 黄金右脚.
And now, I am suffering a severe muscle cramp on my both legs. Aaarrrrggghhhh…….
This month, august 2006 is really ‘international’ month, it is because of Dave and Todd. They made me feel that being ‘international’. Besides them, I also get know a lot of friends during the English class and alpha session, they are Pit Kai, Kelvin, William, Jun Hoe, Keng Yin, JR (came from The Philippines), Peng Fung, Pik Yu, Xiao Qian, Ching Siew etc etc… (sorry couldn’t mention all the names). It’s really like a family, thanks guys….
And lastly farewell to Dave, bon vayage and take care. Do remember to post some photos when you are in
Lastly, make some advertisements:
2006 Central Southern and East Coast Tzu-chi collegiate youth fellowship camp
For those who study in universities of Central Southern and East Coast, if interested, please register it. The deadline is 4 September 2006. Be hurry!!!!