PG Mall | Malaysia No.1 E-Commerce - 10.10 Crazy Sales

Online shopping has become a trend in this era as it is really convenient. We do not have to leave the house to get anything we need. As the recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19, online shopping becoming more active because most of us would choose the less risky option to make less contact with other people. We just need to place the order through an online marketplace and all those purchases will be delivered right in front of our house. 


Introduction of PG Mall


Haven't you heard about the newest e-commerce trend in Malaysia? PG Mall Malaysia is a local e-commerce platform which established since 2017 and ranked top 3 in Malaysia. You will find anything you need from weekly groceries, home essentials, electronic appliances, beauty products, and many more! It is like a one-stop-center where you can shop for everything you need in just one place.  


The best thing about PG Mall here is that it accepts all types of payment gateway methods including e-wallets too! 


Why Choosing PG Mall?


Don't you love promotions and more discounts? Because I do! It just makes our shopping become more pleasing and delightful when it doesn't rip off our wallet. PG Mall has lots of promotions just for you. Let's check out on some upcoming events and promotions on PG Mall that you would not want to miss out on.


Join The Killer Deals: 10.10 Sale



Do not forget to save the date 10th October of 2020 to join PG Mall crazy deals where you can get your items up to 80% off and as low as RM10! Too many deals you can grab during the date which could save up your money even more.
  • min spend of RM10 - get 10% off (capped at RM20)
  • min spend of RM30 - get FREE SHIPPING (capped at RM4)


Coffee Week at PG Mall [Voucher Inside!]



Do you love coffee? This is a great announcement for you! Add any coffee products from the coffee week page to your cart and apply these coupon codes before you check out your items:
  • PGCOFFEE - RM20 off with min spend of RM60 capped at RM25 (limited to first 5000 redemptions)
  • PGCFFREE - Free shipping with min spend of RM40 capped at RM4 (limited to first 1000 redemptions)

This deals are valid from 28th September - 5th October 2020. I bet all coffee lovers would not want to miss this extra deals.


Support Our Proudly Local #BarangBaikBarangKita


Proudly Local Campaign PGMall

As a Malaysian, we are encouraged to support our local products so that we could help the economy of our nation. Shop for your essential home product at PG Mall's Proudly Local page from July until December 2020. Do not forget to support our locals with #BarangBaikBarangKita!

And do you think that's all? By supporting our local products on PG Mall, you will get MORE shopping vouchers for extra saving and discounts to grab. During this campaign, PG Mall's new shopper can enjoy RM15 OFF with minimum spending of RM50 by applying the coupon code "KBBM15NEW". For existing customer, you are entitled to enjoy the discount as well where you can enjoy RM8 OFF with minimum spending of RM50 by applying the coupon code "KBBM8OFF" or RM20 OFF with minimum spending of RM100 with the code "KBBM20OFF"

Not forget to mention as well, when you purchase any products from Proudly Local campaign, you can enjoy FREE SHIPPING as well by applying the coupon code "KBBMSHIP6" where you can enjoy the free shipping with minimum spending of RM25. If you are still new to PG Mall, then quickly get yourself on it now!


About PG Mall

Website: www.pgmall.my
Facebook: www.facebook.com/PGMallMalaysia
Instagram: www.instagram.com/pgmall.my/


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REALME 7 SERIES HAS OFFICIALLY LANDED IN MALAYSIA!

REALME 7 SERIES HAS OFFICIALLY LANDED IN MALAYSIA!

giving users a Dare to Leap lifestyle and experience


PETALING JAYA, 24th September 2020 - realme Malaysia today has launched two of its latest smartphones in their Number Series, realme 7 Pro and realme 7. realme’s Number Series is well-known for its charging technology, camera features as well as trendy design. Malaysians can now capture sharper and charge faster with the functions equipped in the new realme 7 Series.


“Here at realme Malaysia, we believe in continuously improving and innovating products to take users' experience to the next level. We’ve decided to ramp up the specs with a stronger camera and boost its performance for realme 7 Series users to experience the leap forward technology. We would also like to thank Malaysians for being patient while waiting for the arrival of realme 7 Series to the market,” said Tiffany Teh, Brand Manager of realme Malaysia.

 

realme 7 Pro

Battery

The device comes with a huge upgrade of 65W SuperDart Charge for an unparalleled charging experience. It can power up to 100% within 34 mins for its 4500mAh massive battery while keeping the phone cool below 40 degree celsius of charging temperature. Even while heavy gaming, the 65W SuperDart Charge can charge up to 43% in just 30 minutes.

 

Camera

Both realme 7 Pro and realme 7 feature the 2nd generation of 64MP quad-camera system with a new Sony IMX682 sensor to enhance users’ satisfaction in capturing sharper images. The realme 7 Pro focuses on its Ultra Nightscape Video as well as Pro Nightscape mode that enables users to freely adjust the shutter, ISO, white balance, and other parameters. On the front of realme 7 Pro, there is a 32MP high-resolution selfie camera which is the highest pixel for the front camera right now.

 

Apart from that, both realme 7 Pro and realme 7 are equipped with mind-blowing features such as Starry Mode, Ultra-Nightscape Video, Night Filters, AI Colour Portrait Video, UIS on primary camera and UIS Max on wide angle lens. Users who are interested in night photography could explore more possibilities in their night filters for better clarity and artistic inspiration.

 

Display & Performance

realme 7 Pro is built with a 6.4 inch Super AMOLED Display and 98% NTSC colour gamut for a better immersive visual experience, better image quality and brighter colours. On the back, the unique aesthetic of AG Split Design presents the asymmetry perfectly in a visually harmonious and balanced way. realme 7 Pro is available in two beautiful colours of Mirror Silver and Mirror Blue that are inspired by the mirror space.

 

In terms of processors, the realme 7 Pro is driven by the powerful Snapdragon 720G. It applies an advanced 8nm production processor that clocks up to 2.3GHz high-frequency Kryo 465 CPU which

comes with a powerful Adreno 618 GPU. This enables the device to stand out in performance and efficiency by delivering a seamless gaming experience with high image quality.

 

Audio & Fingerprint

realme collaborated with Dolby Atmos and adopted a dual-speakers Dolby Atmos Sound Effect as well as Hi-Res Sound Quality for users to immerse in awesome listening experiences on realme 7 Pro. realme 7 Pro is also equipped with Goodix's new generation of light sensor in-display fingerprint modules that greatly improve the monitoring and identification speed, accuracy as well as safety performance.

 

Both realme 7 Pro and realme 7 features three card slots, a dual SIM slot, and a dedicated SD card slot which is expandable up to 256GB,  hence users will never have to worry about running out of space while storing images, videos or files.


REALME 7 SERIES HAS OFFICIALLY LANDED IN MALAYSIA!

realme 7

Battery & Performance

realme 7 is equipped with a 5000 mAh large battery capacity and the latest 30W Dart Charge. In terms of charging speed, it can be charged to 50% in just 26 minutes, and fully-charged in 65 minutes.

 

As for the realme 7, it comes with MediaTek Helio G95 Gaming Processor for Malaysian users to indulge in a smooth experience in both performance and gaming. It is also equipped with cutting-edge superb carbon fiber cooling systems that can cool up to 8.6% while keeping the phone's performance up to speed.

 

Camera & Display

realme 7 is also built with the 2nd generation 64MP quad-camera system with a new Sony IMX682 sensor where it enhances users’ satisfaction in capturing sharper images. realme 7’s 16MP Ultra-clear front camera satisfies users in taking selfies that show natural and delicate skin.

 

The device is equipped with a 6.5 inch 90Hz Ultra Smooth Display to provide the smoothest experience in the segment and sampling rate of the display is 120Hz. The back cover of realme 7 Series also features AG Split Design processing with classic CD textures makes the phone look more premium. There are two surreal colours available for realme 7, which are the Mist White and Mist Blue.


Product Availability

Version

Colours

Sales Information

 

 

 

 

 

realme 7 Pro

(8GB+128GB)

RM 1,499

 

 

 

 

Mirror Silver

and Mirror Blue

 

First Online Sale on realme’s official store at Shopee

-          29th September 2020

-          Link - http://bit.ly/r7propr

-          Free Gift: realme Watch

 

First Offline Sale at all authorised dealers

-          3rd October 2020

 

Pre-order at realme stores and all authorised dealers

-          24th September - 2nd October 2020

-          Free realme Buds Q White Edition (specially designed by Jose Levy)

 

 

realme 7

(8GB+128GB)

RM 1,299

 

 

 

Mist White

and Mist Blue

First Offline Sale at all authorised dealers

-          26th September 2020

 

Pre-order at realme stores and all authorised dealers

-          24th - 25th September 2020

-          Free Neck Massager


TÜV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verification

realme 7 Pro and realme 7 are among the top smartphones that passed TÜV Rheinland Smartphone Reliability Verification with its new reliability standard making realme smartphones not only better to use, but also more durable for fans to enjoy the pleasure brought by the leap-forward technology and trendsetting design.


REALME 7 SERIES HAS OFFICIALLY LANDED IN MALAYSIA!

 

To find out more about realme’s events and promotions, do follow our Facebook page as well as Instagram at @realmemalaysia

Enola Holmes Review | Netflix Movie

Have you heard the new Netflix movie, Enola Holmes? The first time I watched the trailer has already caught my attention to put this movie on my future mandatory-to-watch list. The leading character, Enola Holmes is admirable for her bright, carefree character, as she looks into the camera and approaching the audiences - which somehow has made us feel connected and always looking forward to the whole story. 

Enola Holmes Review | Netflix Movie

WHO IS ENOLA HOLMES?


Enola Holmes is a sixteen-year-old little sister of an outstanding fictional private detective, Sherlock Holmes, who is twenty-years from her age. In this movie, Millie Bobby Brown has done a great part of portraying the spry demeanor, Enola Holmes. She grew up without her two big brothers (Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes) by her side and suddenly they returned home to check on her after their mother, who supposed to take care of Enola has gone missing. 

Enola Holmes Review | Netflix Movie

However, I've read somewhere that this third Holmes is not a character in the original series of Sherlock Holmes - 56 short stories and four novels written by Arthur Conan Doyle but it is entirely the brainchild of Nancy Springer, who started the publishing of Enola Holmes novels in 2006. Sherlock Holmes was originally to have only one sibling, which is his older brother Mycroft, the snootiest, scheming Holmes ever. 


NETFLIX SYNOPSIS


While searching for her missing mother, intrepid teen Enola Holmes uses her sleuthing skills to outsmart big brother Sherlock and help a runaway Lord. 


ENOLA HOLMES (FILM)


Enola Holmes is a 2020 American mystery film based on the book series written by Nancy Springer. The film, which focuses on the story of a teenage sister of an already-famous detective Sherlock Holmes, was directed by Harry Bradbeer and written by Jack Thorne. Enola Holmes was released on September 23, 2020, by Netflix. 

In this film, Enola's mother has prepared her everything she needs to know since she was a little and turned her into a brave, strong girl. On the day of her 16th birthday, she awakened to find her mother missing. She heads to the train station to pick up her brothers who she hasn't seen in a while. Her brothers seem to be shocked when they met her as they thought about how she isn't a real woman yet. As the reason for them returning home after a while is because their mother went missing, Sherlock was assigned to focus on their mother's case and Mycroft put Enola as his ward. Mycroft decided to invite a woman named Harrison to straighten her up and planning to send her to a boarding school to turn her into a polite young lady. Enola rebelled and ran away from her brothers just like her mother did. And the journey of her finding her mother (or to be exact, finding her true self) begins. 


MY PERSONAL REVIEWS


As a person who never followed any of the Sherlock Holmes series before (I will soon haha), this movie is quite exciting as we're brought to observe a young teen girl's adventure towards finding her missing mother with unsolved puzzles while unraveling the mystery chase of Viscount Tewksbury, the Marquess of Basilwether. The gorgeous performance of Enola by Millie Bobby Brown has done a huge benefit in describing the true character of Enola, a lively, intelligent, and bright girl. I've got so many things to praise Brown's performance. Plus, she's paired with great supporting casts to work with.

Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes is the second oldest of the Holmes siblings. A private detective who actually in deep care of his little sister, becomes more open to Enola's point of view over time, unlike his brother, Mycroft, who greatly disapproves of his mother's way of raising Enola. Sam Claflin as Mycroft Holmes, the eldest of the Holmes siblings and the legal guardian of Enola is by far the smartest of the three siblings with unmatched deductive abilities. He is determined for Enola to finish her education properly and become a proper lady of Victorian society. 

Ultimately, I have been interested in Helena Bonham Carter for quite some time since she starred as Bellatrix in Harry Potter series. Basically, watching her playing a role in this movie is one of the reasons why I am very excited to watch this movie in the first place and the outcomes are not disappointing! She played a role as Enola's mother, Eudoria Holmes, and raises her to pursue her own path rather than that laid out for her by others. 

Overall, this movie is worth watching! My personal rate: 9/10

13 Unforgettable Moments Throughout My Diploma Years

[WARNING]: This is the longest 'story' I've ever published on this blog (I think la). 
Read at your own risk.

*this is naturally what will happen if I haven't updated my blog for months hahaha


I started living in Terengganu when I was 18 to further my studies. I studied at Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin which located in Kuala Nerus, Terengganu. Pantai timur yuhuu. I've never been here before. The decision to accept the offer to study here is a gamble as I've no exact plan of where to go or what to achieve after SPM. Berak nanang. What I'm gonna study, how to live there and make friends, what is my plan in 2 years from now before I graduated, are all blanks. I just think that I will learn how to do and what to do here when I need to. Scary, but nahh, I don't wanna care. 

As I've been in a boarding school and living in a hostel before, it is not a big deal when I entered university. Even though the rules here are quite different, as a rebel, it is easier for me as there's too much flexibility of living here. I can use my phone and laptops anywhere, I can sleep whenever I want if there is no class, I don't have to join any clubs or social gatherings if I don't want to, I can lay on my bed to study while listening to my playlists, I can go outing and go home to parents house whenever I want as long as it didn't bother my classes, I can turn on the lights until the morning if I have to stay up in my room, I can have a crush on seniors until I found out that most of them are not single, I can order food delivery, I can bring lots of pillows and organize them on my bed without any worries of them being confiscated, I can stock up more food as I have bigger storage spaces (compared to my high school's locker), and the list goes on. 


13 Unforgettable Moments Throughout My Diploma Years

The hardest part of me being here was only, to adapt to the new 'environment' where all the people here come from different states and backgrounds. I took some time to understand different slangs/loghat (especially Terengganu, Sabah & Kelantan) when talking to the people here. But, out of all that, it was really fun! The moment I wrote this blog post, it's been more than a year since I leave that place. So, there are so many moments that I always longing to while living there. 


1. Shuttled back and forth from Terengganu to KL by flights


unforgettable moments in college life

As I always take the easy way out, choosing flights over the bus has become a habit. It's not like I have too much money to splurge on transportation but it was better for my mental health. Traveled by flights only took me 1-2 hours, but with a bus, I have wasted almost half of my day. I've been riding the bus several times a year during my studies and usually, I will get sick the next day as I experienced motion sickness for too long. I don't know if I can handle an 8-hours of flight tho, smh. That was the time I started to learn how to get cheaper flight tickets and most of the time I traveled with AirAsia. If I have an extra allowance that month, I would not mind spending on more comfortable flights such as MAS or Malindo Air. Airports have been my third home during my studies year besides my parent's house and the university. I always have fun hunting for cheap return flight tickets with my friends even a month before the holidays approaching. 


2. Got a new phone before I enrolled in semester 2


I didn't buy the phone using my own money but my mom gifts it to me. Before this, I only use cheap Samsung, my mother's old phone for years and it always lagging. I remembered before that I always told my mom that I wanted that phone which Dato' Siti Nurhaliza endorsed but I didn't ask her to buy it for me. I'm planning to save my own money to buy the phone at first but suddenly the box came up on my table in my room when I arrived home during the semester 1 break. I never tell my mom which color I want but she chose pink for me lol. 

This phone has helped me A LOT during my studies where I used it to record my assignment videos, capturing moments with friends, doing a last-minute read of lecture slides before a quiz, scrolling through Shopee whenever I feel stressed, easy contact with other people, hunting for cheap flights ticket, making money through online business to support my living here, faster information tools to know if the lecturer suddenly cancels the class, and let's not forget, I became a 'close friend' with a guy (which I'd a crush on) from the same faculty as mine because of this phone before I ghosted him recently hahaha. 

It was 3 years back then and I'm still using the same phone even until now regardless of how many times I've dropped it on the roads because of my carelessness. Thank God the phone is unbreakable and I never change any parts of it especially the screen protector. I'm still using it as new. I will never have to worry if I'm about to drop that phone again somewhere in the future because sometimes I can be totally a clumsy lol. 


3. Be a temporary cat's mother


unforgettable moments in college life

It's a common thing among cat's lover, right? We always feel want to adopt every cat we found on the streets. My housemates don't really care about those cats lingering in front of our house but I really do. They are my friends when I feel like I don't wanna talk with humans. Petting cat's body and looking at their eyes staring at my face is a very nice therapy for me even though sometimes I think they're actually judging my ugly face. But some of them would just disappear out to nowhere after weeks they officially became my 'children'. Geez. 


4. Have more girlfriends in my class


I'm talking about my girl classmates. I mean, when I'm in high school, my girl classmates are only 6 and the rest are boys. Maybe it's because we're major in science engineering back then. I'm not joking when I talk about the complicated moments I have to go through when it involves too many girls just to finalize a decision. When I entered university in a business course, there are about 30+ girls in my class and that's the same face I met every time I attended classes for the whole 2-years of studies. Sometimes it feels good to be in the faction that dominating the whole class but it turns out crazy when we're planning on something and I always go on with, "I'm okay with whatever the decision is'' just to minimize the complex discussion rates. 


5. Skipping classes 


During the orientation, the speaker ever talked about the attendance rates we have to meet to be qualified to sit for final exams and it's a very interesting opportunity for an insurgent like me. I've always wanted to do this when I'm in high school but the journey was a bit hard because we're all living in the school and were tied to the daily schedule of a boarding student. Normally, I would skip classes for other important things or any urgent matters, or I would just do it because I wanted to continue my sleep. From my point of view, I think it is fine for me to skip some classes as long as I can keep up the good grades every semester and not falling behind in group works. That's even better when I was thinking about skipping a class in a morning and then the lecturer suddenly cancels the class at the very last minute while knowing I'm still in bed wearing my pajamas. 

*the power of Ultra instinct 


6. McD Gong Badak 


Mcd Gong Badak somehow was always meant for Unisza's student. It is located right in front of our uni's gate and we can even walk to it. Assignments group discussion? Mcd. Meeting with old friends from the previous semester? Mcd. Treating your hungry inner bitch after a whole-busy day? Mcd. Being clueless about what to eat for lunch or dinner? Mcd. Wifi supports to participate in a quiz? Mcd. Sundae cone before class? Mcd.

Being a cheapskate, of course, I'm also damn scared to spend all my food allowance here. That's why my friends and I downloaded the Mcd apps and used up all the vouchers we had and shared it together. Sometimes we just turned our blind eye to satisfy our craving towards Mcd and eat Nasi Bajet FKI for the rest of the week. I also have a habit of buying a happy meal set instead of any McValue meal because I love collecting their toys. Now, I have like a bunch of toys at home and I still keep them unopen in a box. I'm planning to surprise my future kids 6 years from now with those free toys I've collected during my studies. That's one of my foolish goals. 


7. Climbed on the gates to go to the Mcd at 1 am


I ever did this only once in a lifetime, I swear. And it is totally not my idea. I'm just following my friends. That night, our class was organizing a sports event until midnight and after finishing all the things at the sports hall, we felt hungry and Mcd is our only choice in the middle of the night. The boys came up with a plan to use the shortest route to walk to the Mcd and not passing by the main gates because of the guards so they brought us through our university's masjid. Surprisingly, there's a broken iron rail on that big fence and we just have to climb a little bit and fit ourselves in that hole to get through. Then, we just crossed the road and enjoyed our late night Mcd. 


8. Slept at 7 pm and woke up at 12 pm on the next day


It's a fucking 17-hours of sleep! I might be absurd but no one wakes me up (or they did but I definitely dead in my sleep). I think it is because I gave up on my sleep a few days before for tons of group works and assignments. When I woke up from that prolonged time of sleep, I felt that I was reborn and my body took more time to adjust to the surrounding. As a student, being a part-time zombie is normal and this is the worst 'death' I've ever experienced. 


9. Housemates Block E


I loveeeee these girls! They're all from different courses and faculties but we've been stuck living in the same house together since semester 1. Some of them are from Johor, Sabah, Kelantan, and Perak. I love doing many things with them more than other people I knew here. Groceries shopping, went to the cafe from breakfast to dinner, rented a car to go out watching movies and food-hunting, iftar somewhere outside, celebrating Raya at Nadja's village, mini Kpop concert in the house lead by Rozi and Faz, gossiping all the time, picnic at the beach, pulling the night-off together, celebrating birthdays, borrowing each other's clothes, and many more!

unforgettable moments in college life

unforgettable moments in college life

unforgettable moments in college life

But, it's the basic rules where we're only allowed to live in that block for the first year only. Only God knows how much I suffered when we're separating in the second year. We all moved to different rented houses and senior dorms with our respective classmates in our final year. I always enjoy every moment with them. I feel like I have been living with them for 5 years :') 

Anyways, we still get to hang out with each other even until now. Nothing can break our relationship. It's just the time, goals, and distance that are separating us. 

unforgettable moments in college life

I miss the stunning view of the sky from Rozi and Nadja's room.
p/s: our house is located on the 5th floor (without any lift)


10. Paid 2 different rents every month (for the sake of my mental health) 


It started after I moved into the second house in the same semester. I moved into the first house with a classmate before the fourth semester, 5-minutes away by car from the university, a two-storey terrace house with 4 small bedrooms, and lived along with the other 12 girls from different courses. At first, I thought everything is going to be just fine once I started living there. My principles are always,

"I'll know how to do when I need to" 

So, I just moved into the house without thinking about all these consequences. It's actually hard for me to commute to the class or anywhere every day because I don't have transport. Before moving, I just thought of using Grab if I want to go somewhere. Or I'll just sit at home so that I'm not burning my pockets out. But, it's hard to just sit at home doing your things alone when you don't even have your own space in that house. My soul always felt stuck living with the other 3 people in the same small room. 

The amount of space in the house is too crowded for 13 people and we have to take our turns to use the kitchen or the washing machine. There is even not much space to store your own food in that small refrigerator while the homeowner being rascal all the time and does not want to be responsible for any lack or damage of the house. I went crazy after weeks living in that house and I am not used to this kind of living. I always have a dilemma about how I'm gonna keep living in this kind of situation for the rest of the year and because of that, I always thought of moving out as soon as possible. 

Before the end of the same semester, one of my classmates is moving out of her current house to live with her parents and all her housemates are our classmates too. Thank God for this, I got the chance to move in with them. Things got easier as one of the housemates, which is also my classmates has a car and I just have to contribute some money on fuel. So, that's basically my second house! That's one of my happiest moments while studying tho. 

BUT! The first house I moved in is a contract-based. I have to live and pay the monthly rent for at least 12 months but I've only been there for about 1-2 months only, I guess. I have to find another tenant if I don't want to continue paying the rent but no one wants to replace me. I definitely do not want to make any issues bigger. I wish I was smart back then but I absolutely cannot turn the time back. So, I just keep continuing living my own life, prioritizing my mental health over money by paying rent for two houses at the same time even though I just lived in the second house. Anyways, the rental cost for each house I've been paid is about RM100 per month excluding the utility bills.


11. Earning my own money to support my living


To be honest, I started my online business because I love money, not because I want to support my own living. But it turns out that I have to use that money to survive when my mother started to cut off my allowances haha. Sometimes I refused the money from her because she already has much on her plate. She needs more money to support my other three sisters at home so I just back off. It's kinda pretty cool to experience this kind of life congestion. Earning my own money to pay my phone bills, monthly rent, textbooks and academic-related stuff, daily meals, transportations, and even my weekly Mcd treats.

Other than that, sometimes I did part-time at restaurants near the university as a waiter. I'm also earning money from this blog and freelance writing. Even though the pay is not pretty big yet, but at least I got some cash flows to keep surviving during my studies year. 


12. Anything for free trips and food!


unforgettable moments in college life

The only perks I love the most about being a student here. There is no other reason for me to join all the programs or events under the university except for free travel and food allowance hihi. It is kinda boring to just live in the university. I always wanted to escape classes and go somewhere else but my money is limited. So, I joined all these kinds of programs held by certain clubs in my university because all the expenses are supported by the university. Most of the events are outside the university area and even outside Terengganu. So, we always get a free stay at hotels, free transport by our uni's van and driver, daily food allowances, and the most important part is the class exemption (so I don't have to attend more classes haha). I've ever joined a workshop at Kuantan for 3 days where they served us hotel's meals until night. I miss all these kinds of free stuff. 


13. Study and doing assignments just to get passed


I'm not that kind of student who always aiming for top scores. I really love to learn and discover new things every day but I just hate exams. My objective is to get passed every semester and not repeating any subjects. I appreciate my tough life experience more than theories on the textbooks. I know some of you might disagree with me but being a success in academics is not my main goal in life. 

I enjoyed being a depressed kid chasing datelines for assignments, the pounding half-dead feeling before every presentation, learning new topics in each class before I finally forgot about the whole definitions and philosophy, pulling an all-nighter before the exam day just to make sure I remember everything I thought of words that I need to write on the exam papers, and so on. I've ever left the exam hall 1 hour early without writing anything on the paper because I totally forgot all the statistics formulas and I actually cried after leaving the hall because I was just afraid that I have to repeat the subject. But, God saves me with my carry marks. I reached the minimum grades to get passed. At least, I finally got to graduate with a pointer above 3.0 and not repeating any subjects hihi.


I think that's all I wanna share this time. Thank you for scrolling until the end <3