Saturday, March 31, 2007

Tagged~ (T_T)

Tagged~ (T_T)
Tagged by : Yen Pin

Each one starts out by telling 6 weird things about themselves. People who get tagged need to write (in their own blog) 6 weird things as well and state the rules clearly. In the end, you need to choose 6 people to be tagged and list their names. After you do that, leave each of them a comment letting them know you tagged them and the cycle goes on. Here it goes...

1- I always think too much and that makes me a sensitive person.

2- I just can’t be a happy-go-lucky person. It seems like I always bother about unnecassary things.

3- I always feel sorry for something that I think I shouldn’t have done to others.

4- I’m quite a perfectionist such that I always try to make sure things that I do will show the best outcome. But I always have bad management in the process of doing them.

5- I’m very careless, am I not practical enough or do I always lose concentration?

6- I get irritated easily.

And…there’s another tag….


Name : Ngiam Tze Teng
Birth Date : 26 December 1986
Current Status : Single
Eye Colour : Dark Brown
Hair Colour : Black
Righty or Lefty : Righty

My Heritage : Dad's Hainan, mom's Teo Chew. Mother tongue = Mandarin. Don’t understand Hakka, Hainan and Foo Chow.
My Fears : The Future
My Perfect Pizza : No specific one, as long as it's tasty...

My Thoughts First Waking Up : What’s my plan today? Planning leads to initiative and initiative leads to action. But it still depends on how good my plan is.
My Bedtime :
Previously - Weekdays- about 2 am , Weekends - about 3-4am
Now - Weekdays – about 12 am, Weekends – about 12 am as well.
My Most Missed Memory : The period when I was in secondary school. (Especially form 4-5)

Pepsi or Coke : Coke, but seldom…
McDonald's or Burger King : “Burger King”, but seldom…
Single or Group Dates : Single
Adidas or Nike : Nike. Duno why I think Adidas is more lakia-ish.
Tea or Nestea : Tea
Chocolate or Vanilla : Vanilla
Cappuccino or Coffee : Cappucino

Smoke : Never, but sometimes somehow I have secondhand smoke.
Curse : Before : Yes , Now : Hardly
Take a Shower : Yes
Have a Crush : On someone? Does not have. Did have.
Think You've Been In Love : No
Go To School : Yes, I’m still a scholar.
Want To Marry Someone : Not now, it’s too early to talk about it.
Believe In Yourself : Yes.
Think You're A Health Freak : Always have physical exercise, still trying to change my improper eating style

Drank Alcohol : Hardly, Ais Kacang tastes better than that.
Gone To The Mall : …
Been On Stage : Yes, but it’s never for speech.
Eaten Sushi : Yes.
Dyed Your Hair : Never.

Played A Stripping Game : No
Changed Who You Were To Fit In : Our characters are what we do when we think no one is looking. Sometimes to fit in certain circumstances, the character slightly changes.

To have marriage : Before 28

Best Eye Colour : As long as it’s normal
Best Hair Colour : As long as it’s normal
Short Hair or Long Hair : not bald, longer than guys

A Minute Ago : Typing this
An Hour Ago : Having Breakfast
4.5 Hours Ago : Sleeping
1 Month Ago : Struggling for stability in myself
1 Year Ago : Waiting for offer letter from higher education department

I love : my dearest family, my beloved aunties and uncles as well as other relatives, friends whom I consider close to me. Besides, I love taking photographs, and videos for memories. Love to know more about the origin of the universe, the space and everything. Where did we come from? What was the earliest discovery in space? Basically in the earth everything is logic and always has proofs and explanations. But there is something which is always indescribable and unimaginable, because

Earliest existence of the universe = Origin of the universe divided by 0 = infinity
(so basically there is no explanation)

I hate : I hate pretenders, and those who are damn kepo-ish until they tend to mind every little thing others do. Insincere friends who usually comes to you only when they need you.
I hide : When I cry…
I miss : the old days.
I need : To learn how to let go something, to try to act maturely and wisely, to care more about my family and friends, to plan for my future, to live a very normal and happy life that not only me gets satisfied, but my family too will always be in the relieved state.

Finally… I tag :
1. Edmund Yung
2. Rachel Leong
3. Melissa Chong
4. Voon Su Han
5. Alison Chai
6. Kim Ong

Thursday, March 15, 2007

A Plain Blog


The internet connection in USM Engineering Campus is very poor until I took so much time waiting for to fully load its page, really miss the streamyx at home. By the way, I will be going back to Kuching again on 23rd of April, and will be back to Penang again on 5th of July, so I will have about 2 months of holiday in Kuching.


This is going to be a plain blog with just texts and a few photos. And it's a boring blog :(

First of all, I would like to congratulate the Gaporians who have got good results in their SPM and STPM. Obtaining 4.00 NGMP is something that worths Stampin proud of and it happens for the first time in history of Stampin Form Six. (Thumbs Up for Chee How). And another thumbs up for Wan Ming who scored 13A1s in SPM, also first time in the history of Stampin. And then, a few more thumbs up as well for Fu Chun, Chi Lai, Yin Hon, Liang Shiu, Davin who've scored well in STPM. :D

And then... I would briefly describe some of my own opinions to those heading for IPTA...

Life in UNI is more or less like life in college, as in how packed the timetable is, with plenty of assignments, projects and more. The only difference is university is of higher level. Is studying in university tougher than studying in form 6? Well, I think it depends on the way we conceive the lifestyle in UNI. If you’re a happy-go-lucky person who just wants to enjoy life to its fullest and is always carefree about your performance in study and in curricular activities (copy assignments with little or no understanding, simply do projects as long as it’s “done”), and never really have specific aims in life, then life in UNI should be “Piece of Cake” for you. In contrary, if you’re the one of opposite type, then life in UNI should be tougher for you because you tend to mind more about how well you perform and you always have great aims in life, great future lies ahead of you if you never give up your targets. You don’t want just a “paper” with “Bachelor of Something” written on it, what you want is not only that piece of “paper” for recognition, but also to succeed as somebody that has profound influence in life.

Undoubtedly, in form 6 there are more syllabus than in university or college, and all the books are extremely thick, have headache every time the hands are on the books. I usually keep quite a distance apart from my books, like 1 or 2 meters, but I just don’t understand why they are getting older and older so rapidly. Needless to say, form 6 is an extremely crucial stage and those who’ve got themselves drowning in it will certainly need to try their best to not waste their 1.5 years of life. Life is short and it’s not worth wasting 1.5 years unless you really mature a lot throughout that period. The most critical part in form 6 is the STPM, provided if you manage to arrange your time well and study the right way within the one and a half years then you will be able to score good results, unless you are really unlucky.

University or college is different, there are more semesters and for each semester there are about 4 months of lectures. Although the syllabus are not that much, it’s much more hectic having had to finish plenty of assignments, projects, tasks, and there will be a lot of tests too, some more with the final exam just around the corner, and you only have 4 months. Experience it, and you’ll know it. It’s just a part of life that we as scholars have to go through because next time in the working society we always have to work under stress if we were to have prominent and tough careers (Engineers, Doctors, Architects, Pharmacists, Accountants, etc). Whether we’re still in secondary school, college or university, be it tough or not we still have to keep our aims firm and not only should we excel in academic, personal attitudes, socials, sports and extra activities should not be forgotten too.

Basically those who take STPM are the ones heading for IPTA. So, what should be done by those who just got their STPM results is figure out which field of study they are interested in. Think in depth so there is no regret in the future.

There is still much time left to make a wise decision. Try to imagine, what actually do you want to be in the future?

A pharmacist? A doctor? An engineer? Or an accountant? If engineering, which field of engineering do you want to further study, electrical, civil or mechanical engineer? There are plenty of choices, so take your time to do some imaginations and research.

Or become a teacher?

Do consult SUPP (Sarawak) they can help you in making your IPTA choices. They know quite well about the NGMP requirements for you to enter IPTA. Nevertheless, a website which has the records of past year statistics can also be found at
--> <-- Don’t forget about something… Scholarship! Those STPM high achievers should try to apply for scholarships that are available now, and before or during IPTA intake.

Scholarships (Source from

Petronas Scholarship
Yayasan Tenaga Nasional Scholarship
United World College Scholarship
Bank Negara Scholarship
SC Scholarship Award
JPA loan

Khazanah Scholarship

Shell Scholarship for Overseas studies
Closing date: 31 March 2007

Seniors will be willing to give their opinions, or share their experience so feel free to look for us if there's something you want to know about.

Siong Kai is holding GAMUDA scholarship so if you want to know more about GAMUDA scholarship, can look for him too.

Lastly, congratulations once again to STPM and SPM high achievers of SMK DPHA Gapor Stampin. And hopefully, the next batch can repeat the so called "Stampin's Glory".
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