Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Happy 53rd Birthday Malaysia! =)

OMG OMG! So now it's the Merdeka Day! Again, patriotic songs and national flags are everywhere around the nation! =D It's time for us to think about the sacrifice that our forefathers did and appreciate what seems to be insignificant for the young generation now! From the independence delegation leaded by Tunku Abdul Rahman to the contributions all the leaders have made to our country, we should appreciate their hard works and enjoy our freedom now while we can. We might seem to gain freedom from the British colonisation 53 years ago, but we should aim higher to free from things that we have always wanted to change to a greater height. Like for example, people don't really like to pay toll as they are using the highway provided by the government or some companies, and they could change that! Heard that one of the Puchong tolls would be free of charge, just on the Independence Day this year, which is today! It's awesomeeeeeeee~~~ , which I hope for it to be true one day cause paying toll for the usage of the expressways certainly is a burden to the low income families.

Anyways, just wanted to say, Happy Independence Day, Malaysia! Selamat Menyambut Hari Kebangsaan Malaysia! And here comes a 1 Malaysia theme song that I'm enjoying so much, and would like to share with you all. Enjoy and have fun today! =D

Saturday, 7 August 2010

Against The Gods! ^_^

Gosh I have been reading this book for 2 weeks, and I merely read 1/4 of it due to my busy schedule every weekday in college and various tests for my four subjects. My class starts at 8am and ends at 3 or 4pm every single day without fail, and I will be staying back after class for another one or two hour to finish my homework. Oh well, A-Levels life is so damn hectic, but heck, CPU life is even worst! Most of my housemates are CPU students, and everyday they have to discuss and do their coursework. Okay, stop ranting about hectic life of studying A-Levels. 

Oh yeah, I would like to recommend this book — Against The Gods cause this is indeed a book worth reading, if you had deep interest in reading the development of risk management since centuries ago. Ranging from the history of how renaissance people came out with the development of probability theories by as simple as throwing dice to the contemporary risk management methods, this is definitely a book that you wouldn’t want to miss out! Enough said about this book, since I haven’t finished my reading yet. I will update this post once I finished reading this.  

Favourite Music! =)