It wasn't cheap at all for a 11 years old.

I can still vividly remember how much I look up to Jolin when I am 11years old. I remember I spend my savings for months just to buy her music CD, original.

Still being the most iconic star among the Asia pacific and as well as the Chinese music industry, I was thrilled to attend her concert 2 weeks ago.

A sea of pink!

Reason No. 1: 
The whole play was super grand and the set up is very well planned from every single aspect I can think of. I ain't gonna deny that is probably the most spectacular stage background I've seen by far.

Reason No. 2:
The fact that Jolin herself is a professional artist wasn't just rumors.
Due to rain that day, the wet stage caused Jolin to fall on the stage. You must have heard it somewhere but if you see her, and her high heels, you just can't stop being baffled by how amazing she is by moving all over stage in such conditions. All we heard is a loud noise of a mic fall, that's all. She stood back up immediately and continued on with her show with a smile! So proud of her!

Reason No. 3:
The fact that most of the dancers are Black and they are super good at what they are doing, some even wear high heels and impressed me alot. Even I try to refrain from heels in everyday life, and they actually dance on it, BIG MOVEMENTS dance.

Reason No. 4:
How pretty is all of her costumes! And how fit she is in her 30s.
I watched her from her first album till now, she only has grown prettier.

Reason No.5: 
It really amazes me that she did not bring any guests to her Play concert in Malaysia, but she never let her fans down. The transition between songs is seamless and the time she left for costume changing, there are even specially made videos to entertain the crowd. She sings about 30 songs in around 2 hours + -, and I did not see any flaw of her (except for the fall and she played it well)

Overall, it was an extraordinary experience despite the rain.
Also, check out my make up inspired by Jolin, with dog filter cause face too fat.

 Me and Aerisk with Jolin face swap, (laughs).
Check out her beauty blog!

Alright, I am signing off,
Work hard, PLAY harder!

My friend asks me,

"so how is your job so far?"


There is research somewhere I read, that says the Gen Y population are not happy.
To summarize the findings, we are being brought up with our parents who are way too optimistic towards our future. Simply because everyone's expectation that a university degree will guarantee a good paying job is no longer an absolute truth.

Education is easy and common.
We all should really accept the fact that, owning a degree doesn't make you stand out from everyone else, you are just getting a pass to become the same with everyone else.

After I come back from the States and endured 3 weeks of interviews of looking for a job, I realized a few things that most students should know before they graduate:

1. Don't take co-curriculum for granted. 
Trust me, classes are bullshit. Unless your degree deals heavily on analytical and human sciences and facts, you should really focus on your co-curricular activities. A lot of soft skills are learnt, experienced and practiced. No matter how many thousand times you read about how to run an event, if you never run an event, you will never know about the real shits you go thru that text books called "obstacles".

Also, did a textbook tell you about how to deal with obstacles called "people"?
Experience tells me they are shitty.

2. Make full use of your counselor.
I never know why schools actually have counselors and I'm always the skeptical ceena that keeps away from them. Because I was once told that counselors are for "problematic" students. But one conversation with my friend many years later made me realize counselors are not for crazy people and what they did for students gave me a super favorable impression.

When I asked her about how she knew so much about scholarships and things that I don't know, she told me she hung out most of the time with the counselor although they are basically the resources of all students. Damn, I never knew! Really, I should have made an appointment with them. They probably also tell you where's the cheapest nasi lemak you can get around your college/uni.

3. Make friends that you want to belong to. 
A lot of people make friends for the sake of making friends. I realized this too late but we really should make friends with people we would like to learn from. The more you want to feel belonged to a certain "tag", the more you should hang out with people with the "tag". For example, if you want to become a successful designer, you should make friends with successful designers or those who are great at it.

Always remember, you can't fly like an eagle if you keep hang with hen.

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