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So Sunday (two days after DF PCP), was my one-day ad-hoc assignment at ICDS! Spotted anibee's FB advert for a part-timer (two actually) and I got the job ((:
Pardon for the lack of pictures, still not used to taking many many photos yet. Plus my camera seems out of focus lately =\
So what's my job
Basically I had to dress up in a meido costume. It was not as awkward as I had expected. 5 minutes into the costume and I forgot about being in it, except when people randomly ask for photos. Was a mini-mini celebrity, because I was 'bonded' to the anibee booth, which deterred some photographers. The boss would ask why they wanted a picture together :P
The pink and white costume!
The free water and doraemon if you signed up as a member (:
I had to tweet about the anisong finals as well! There were 8 finalists and 4 judges. Once they finished singing, we had to tabulate the results immediately xD Winner was Skye with $300 dollars! She had to split it with her guitarist though :P 1st runner-up was Ryodo, 2nd runner-up was Deborah. They also won a nice trophy as well as 1 year premium Anibee membership. Congrats to all winners (:
From top to bottom, left to right: Skye, Kathleen, QB-sensei, Noelle, Grace, Ryodo, Deborah, Sode
So Friday was the Post Concert Party for Dance Factory's third successful sold-out concert, You'll Never Dance Alone 2012. It was held at Temasek Club Auditorium. Apologies for the lack of photos, as most of them are with the camera-girl, who I will kope from at a later time.
So the place was really secluded, and many people had a hard time finding their way in, and almost all had to cab in from the bus stop. Some bravely ventured along the expressway, please don't do that ever again ><
Currently in my 3rd year majoring in Psychology at NUS FASS. It's been a fun trip so far! My academic goal is to push my CAP to 4.2 by the end of this semester. がんばって！
For this semester, I will be focusing on my minor, English Language as well! So I have 2 modules on Psychology, 2 modules on English, and 1 GEM module which will be re-classified as a breadth.
And for all you NUS students, GEK2501 Understanding Your Medications is a must-try module whether for GEM, breadth or UE haha. It's only a 2-hour lecture per week, no tutorials, no textbook, MCQ mid-terms and MCQ finals! No group presentation, assignments whatsoever. Good right! Plus the lecturer was really supportive of us taking it as an elective:
"Can understand?" -confused faces of students-
"It's okay." -skips 5 slides- "Let us continue. Whatever I skipped, not tested!"
WAH. And he kept skipping slides after that, so... I really hope to do well. :D