Saturday, October 31, 2009


I enjoy waking up late in the morning and watch a silly movie


Simply because i'm in holiday now, hooray!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Gravity - Sara Bareilles

Something always brings me back to you
It never takes too long
No matter what I say or do
I'll still feel you here 'til the moment I'm gone

You hold me without touch
You keep me without chains
I never wanted anything so much
Than to drown in your love and not feel your rain

Set me free, leave me be
I don't want to fall another moment into your gravity
Here I am and I stand so tall
Just the way I'm supposed to be
But you're on to me and all over me

Oh, you loved me 'cause I'm fragile
When I thought that I was strong
But you touch me for a little while
And all my fragile strength is gone


I live here on my knees
As I try to make you see
That you're everything I think I need
Here on the ground
But you're neither friend nor foe
Though I can't seem to let you go
The one thing that I still know is that
You're keeping me down

Keeping me down
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

You're on to me, on to me and all over

Something always brings me back to you
It never takes too long...

Thursday, October 22, 2009




一, 不可观之以一。



Saturday, October 17, 2009

1 month

Exactly one month later, i will be sitting on an airplane back to my hometown, hooray....

Can't deny the fact that time actually passes by without us noticing it. I am here in nz for almost 9 months, and finally the time of going back home is drawing near. I am so excited! I already started thinking of what to do and what to eat when i go back, gosh, i miss home!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

14 Gloucester St.

*This post is exclusively dedicated for imu juniors who are coming to christchurch next year*

Also known as imu flat since last year, 14 gloucester st is the accommodation specially reserved for all imu 4th year students, simply because of its strategic location in the middle city centre. Only 10 minutes walk along Rolleston Avenue and the bridge across Avon River will bring you to the place you always want to be...HOSPITAL, haha!

Transportation has never been a problem in christchurch, especially when you live in this flat. 15 minutes of slow pace stroll is all you need to reach the core of christchurch where you can find rows of shops to deal with your errands or treat your hunger. Well, if you are too lazy to walk, a bus stop right in front of this flat can fetch you to anywhere you want, for example, airport.

It is a standard and comfy flat ideal for students who aren't going to splurge all out during the time of study here. Ample of compound in individual room but not so suitable for people who wish to hold a party in the common area. Heat insulation is pretty substandard so better thickened up your skin now or prepare to pay the bill. Though it is at the centre of the city, you don't have to worry about noise pollution, you can barely hear anything (it's christchurch, for goodness's sake), unless it is produced by the flat inmates.

Pictures and descriptions of the flat are shown below: (click the image to enlarge)

Lounge--the place for osce practice and late night gossip. For those who can't withstand the cold weather, the lounge is equipped with a heat pump that keep you warm at a lower cost. Sleepover at the lounge is very common among the flatmates.

My bedroom (don't dare to invade other flatmates' room). Most of the rooms are similar in size, except 2 rooms that subdivided into 2 small units. A double bed, wardrobe, desk and chair are provided. Sunshine in the room is very crucial in this country, fortunately all the rooms are well lit as long as you open the curtains.

There are 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets in this flat, so it shouldn't be a problem if everyone wakes up at the same time in the morning. But remember to keep these places clean and dry at all times to prevent fungal growth.

Laundry room has both washing machine and dryer. However the room is not big enough to hang any clothes, hence backyard or your own room are the better choices.

This kitchen has all the necessities, eg. stove, microwave, fridge, utensils, pots and etc. Of course you have to get your own groceries and do the cleaning.

Backyard, a place for the school staff to park their car. It is also another good place to hang your clothes in a bright, sunny day.

This is just a random collage

Finally, mua!

For further information, please click here to read Michelle Gan's last year review.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

How about a round of applause?

I still remember vividly kevin was making fun of this song when it first came out last year. Never know this song actually is so nice until Rachel from 'Glee' sang it in the second episode.