1. So many readings, projects and assignments to keep up with
2. My complexion is in a horrific state
3. Why did I think that 8am lectures were a good idea??!
Anyway, here's life since I came back from Korea!
Meet up with 老朋友s
The day I concluded that I was too old for this shit, hahahaha. Caught a dratini at Zouk though.
Cereal Killers "high tea"
The Ultimate Crab Feast - PARKROYAL on Beach Road
The crabs were clearly not fresh and the meat wasn't very flavourful. The Chili Crab was just salty, instead of being sweet and spicy and soaking in thick eggy sauce. One of the Salted Egg Yolk crabs tasted slightly sour.
I think my favourite would be the Black Pepper crab. At least it was still aromatic and peppery like it's supposed to taste.
Ok lah, at around $50 per person... quantity over quality, I guess?
THIS. IS. PRATAAAAAA.
Night Festival 2016
After going to 3 night festivals, I think this was the least interesting? The locations and routes just didn't seem very instinctive or flow very well.
小妹 flies off
Filming and editing day
The Tea Party Cafe with Jit
Had lunch at The Tea Party, which has super comfy couches and affordable Western food (below $10). Good place to hangout and chill.
Aaand that concludes my past two weeks!
I am strangely excited for my modules and projects this semester, hahaha. I think I have unleashed the PR geek in me, and I really love classes like Crisis Communications (NM4228) and Strategic Communications (NM3232).
University tip: take classes you are interested in!!!
I realise class participation comes naturally because I am genuinely interested in the topic and have something to say, readings are so much more bearable because I read them and go "oooh I seeeee", and I actually want to put in effort so procrastination isn't as big a problem.
Took me a few semesters to figure out what I like and what works for me, but I hope I've gotten the hang of it by now :)
YEAR 3 SEM 2, COME AT ME BRO!!!