Thursday, December 24, 2009

MERRY CHRISTMAS!


GREETINGS!!!!!

Sorry I haven't been updating that much this month. I am back in Sibu and busy at work. Well, HAPPY HOLIDAYS and a Merry Christmas to all those who are still reading. May you have a blessed Happy day ahead.

From me to you,
Aaron C

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Saturday, December 19, 2009

CHRISTMAS IS NEAR!!!!



I LOVE THIS!!!! CHRISTMAS IS NEAR! TIME TO CELEBRATE!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

The start of the Holidays pt 2...

So to start off the second part for this outing, we started walking back to Sasaki at 615. Talk about efficiency and being punctual for something for the first time. For those out there who don't know, we architecture students are famous for being "early". Well, we reached Sasaki 5 minutes before they opened. We were the only 5 who were there early so we decided to start without the others. How "nice" of us huh?

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Lucky for us.... We went there on the right day. Christmas promotion just started yo.. RM 53 for all you can eat buffet dinner. Compared with Jagoya, the ambiance and the food at Sasaki, when we walked in looked fresher though there were not as many selections.

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Those who came early.

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So we started without the others. Who cares right? If the food is staring at us and we have to pay RM53 we should just start and end at the time limit they give to us. So the 5 of us started at 630 p.m. sharp, taking all the beautiful and delicious Sashimi and Sushi.... And not to forget, snapping pictures of it as well.

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Yummy yummy... And fresh too (to my taste la)

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Can you believe I had 7 fresh/raw Oysters? SO NICE!! Heavenly... But got sick after the 6th so no more after the 7th.

The rest arrived an hour later because of the Traffic Jam. Thank Goodness we went early. By the time they arrived, the 5 of us had already finished 3 rounds of Sashimi and Sushi but we paused to settle the tummy before everyone arrived. It became rowdier when most of them arrived. Najat, Becca, Huei Liq, Amman and Zaki were stuck at Federal Highway till 9 P.M. (sad case)

Here are some of the shots of the night. Many more in the hard disk...

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YUMMY YUMMY. Everyone enjoying themselves. Darren showing the thumbs up.

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Too full......

And finally...

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Our final group pictures as a student of Taylors Diploma in Architecture Technology.

Part 3 coming up.. I think there will be 3-4 parts for these outings. Too many pictures and moments to share.

Just a short note:
Thanks guys and gals for the friendship and Lameship for the past 2 years (well, since I only really got to know you during our second year after all the shyts during the first year). What I learnt that is we need to have true friends to go through all these hardships of what we are going to call life in the future. You guys have been an inspiration to me. Your works and your idea, Your help and your friendship.. Those are the things I feel I will cherish and inspire me in the future. Daphne and Sherman, I know you guys didn't make it to our outing but you are still part of us. Well, *bow* Thank you everyone, Lameville+ABC+Chii+Qian Pei+Many others (yes, our group grown immensely) and may you all have bright futures as Architects, artists, designers and etc.
Hope to see you all in the future wherever you may be. God bless and really going to miss you all. See you at the Graduation Ceremony in January.

Friday, December 4, 2009

The start of the Holidays pt 1...

Got the pictures from Hau Yee, looked through all 662 pictures then selecting them then realized that I have to write this posts in parts because we just have too many pictures which are interesting enough to post.

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Group picture at the studio after crit.

Well, the start of the holiday went great. After our sort of last drink as a group at the "slow place" at Taylors PJ, me, Lau, Clement, Gordon and Hau Yee headed down to K.L. city to book a place at Sasaki first. Lucky for us, it was a smooth ride with no heavy traffic jams and we got to the car park by 5 p.m. Went to the restaurant to book tables for 25 people (because we didn't know how many will turn up), then we started snapping photos to kill time. Sasaki's Japanese buffet starts at 630 you see so we ended up chilling at Pavillion for the next hour.

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Guess who?

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Rawr!!!

The decorations at Pavillion was so nice that Hau Yee took out her D90 and started snapping away (with us in it of course). The lights were beautiful and created a nice ambiance, very Christmassy.

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I love Christmas!

Here are all the shots while we were waiting and trust me.... This is just "part" of it. HAHA.

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Group picture! So Christmassy..

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Half faces

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Half heads...

Outside:
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YESS!! FREEDOM!

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lol

Well, this is all for part 1. Part 2 will be on the dinner at Sasaki.. Now, I just can't wait to go home on Sunday. Now, I need to clean up the mess I made during the stressful week last week. Sigh....

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Oh happy days....

After 3 years at Taylors College, which is 6 semesters in SABD, the January and March Batch of 2007 have finally completed their final work and hopefully, I will see all of them (including myself that is) at the Graduation Ceremony in January. It has been a tough, stressful but meaningful journey through this course just to get a Diploma. Next year will be a new year where everyone will be pursuing their degrees overseas. Going to miss them a lot. Well, this post is not about teary goodbyes and sayonaras. It is in fact my final post on studio works at SABD, Studio 4 2009. The crit which happened just the morning before started with me being very excited, then disappointed because all the external crits couldn't make it so only the lectures from our college will do so, then devastated after my presentation ( I guess I expect too much or it was a bad idea to choose motorcycles as a tourism thing in Malaysia in the first place. I really don't know. But Mr. Keith didn't really like the idea for me doing the niche and also other comments which I will not say.) but it elevated back to Happy and crazy at night when we had our Japanese Buffet Dinner at Sasaki (pictures have to wait till Hau Yee post it up) and FULL. So, I am so over the comments and May the long holidays begin.

So for the last time as a Taylors' student, may I introduce to you my presentation board and my Portfolio for Studio 4 2009. Will post up and explain the building more when I have the time.
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My Presentation Board

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My Portfolio
*click the pictures to enlarge it*

Well, thats all for now. Will update more once I am refreshed.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!