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2015


First and foremost;
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!! 

Honestly, I have to admit that 2014 was one of the best years ever, I was given ample opportunities to venture and try new things that I always wanted to attempt. Let's begin from school, as you guys know in mid-June of 2014, my team won the marketing innovation programme competition organised by North East. I am really thankful for the sponsorship of funds to run our marketing campaigns as it was our first time handling a real client. Working in a team does have it's ups and downs and I have learnt tons of new things. Learning does not rely on books but also practical learning. My team was even mentioned in Wanbao newspaper!! I'm sure, we did the school proud but lastly, I would like to thank my corporative team members that have always been by my side because I couldn't have done it without them. The increase in my blog exposure was a huge stepping stone as I joined Cineleisure Next Online Sensation 2014 and came in 2nd runner up last year. Never in my life, I would dream to have my own poster being placed at the entrance of Cathay Cineleisure Orchard. My friends started texting and whstapping me saying that they saw my poster and it was really life-sized!!! I will forever be grateful for the opportunities that God has given me. 

2015? 

I will raise my expectations for this year. I will be proceeding to a local polytechnic this year, and I'm intending to apply into SP or TP! May new beginnings bring me new friends and more skills to learn. Personally, I have set a goal to relearn my Chinese (looking back, I wished I would have studied more in my Secondary School days). Hopefully by the end of this year, I will be able to read a whole passage of a story. Secretly, I have been practicing my Chinese by singing karaoke with my friends and also watching Taiwanese drama shows! As of now, I'm making a good progress and I will continue to work harder. As for my blog, this year will be a reflection year for me. Looking back at the past few years, I must say; I'm proud of myself. I will continue to keep this blog lively and also updated! So be sure to look out for more! 


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