It's kind of sad to know that after this 2 month break, it won’t be back to the usual 8am to 3pm lessons. No more lessons, no more teachers to get nagged at/rant to about daily nonsense, no more crazy classmates that make the days enjoyable, no more staying back late mugging/lepaking/sleeping/feasting in the class/studycorner— … Continue reading
I still remember vividly how I felt when I received a message saying that I got posted into Kranji. There was a mixture of uncertainty and a tint of remorse. My classmates got into those well-acknowledged schools while I got into a neighbourhood school whose existence I have never known of. During registration, I asked … Continue reading Reminiscences
Remember when we grew up wanting to be astronauts, pilots, detectives, heros. Remember when we’d have adventures in the savannah, fighting a fire-breathing dragon, searching for treasure, looking for meaning behind the most minute of things. Remember when we made an oath to do that when we’re all grown up— bigger, richer, and without having … Continue reading Growing Up
The ceremony started right after we celebrated national day. The student councillors went out first, followed by the CCA leaders and finally the Executive Community. As I was invited to the podium to give my speech, all I could hear were the screamings and clappings of my peers and mentors. I made eye contact with … Continue reading Leaders’ Day
I choose to love you; for in that there is grace you don't get to choose who you love but we get to choose what to do with the love because in the end, we are defined by the choices we make
There's a girl who always smiles, to show the world that she is fine. A boy who's surrounded by friends, deep down he wishes to die. For those who said they never knew, the saddest leave the least of clues. Little do we know, little can we do. Even so, what can we do?
Back in secondary 1, I already had two CCAs in mind-- either NCC or NPCC. Since I took up Tchoukball and Scouts in primary school, I decided to do somewhat the same in secondary school. I was still in the Tchoukball national team then so I didn't bothered to look at the various sports CCAs … Continue reading My NPCC Journey