A Simple Update

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Spring: A season of changes and farewells

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Since I became a heavy user of Facebook (will be light one once my work starts to pile up), updating my blog seems to have become like a burden since I will be repeating all the stuff that I update in the status in Facebook but I guess it is good to keep this page alive for other readers who aren’t in Facebook. To keep this post simple, since I have other tasks in mind to do, I will just sum up the core events that has been happening in my life lately. Till my next post, stay tune.

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  • First: I’ve graduated on the 25th March 2009 and I am officially a master degree holder in Engineering.

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Graduation ceremony Pic 1

Me at the graduation ceremony with Teruko and Jose

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The certificate I worked for 2 years

The certificate that I earned after 2 years of hard work

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  • Second: I’ve bid my two Malaysian friends farewell who were going back to homeland for good.

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Farewell gathering for Ching Foa and Darren

Farewell gathering for Ching Foa and Darren

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  • Third: My work life with GE began officially on the 1st April 2009.

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My fellow colleagues

Me and my fellow super-talented colleagues

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My name plate

Am officially with GE, the company that values “imagination at work”

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Introducing Japan’s rush hour train

Human tuna can

This is exactly how it looks like. Yes, they do “push”. *hehe* I guess I will face that more next year onwards when I do really start working. I was never into the idea of owning a car but perhaps, when I do get myself enough money and tired of being squashed into a moving public transport like this, I may consider owning one.

GE FMP Prospective Employees Gathering Party

GE FMP Prospective Employees Gathering Party

Anassa, the venue for the gathering party

I’ve just received an e-mail from GE just now regarding a gathering party for the prospective employees of FMP for the year 2009. According to the e-mail, it will be held at a Mediterranean cuisine restaurant which is situated inside the Akasaka Biz Tower in the newly opened area called Akasaka Sacas. I’ve already confirmed my attendance on that day which is going to be on the 24th April and am really looking forward to it because on that day, we will be meeting the Finance Leaders of GE Japan who will be our mentors for the program. This is my first time trying out Mediterranean food and that is also something I will be looking forward to as well. I guess the best thing of all, I will be meeting all of my future colleagues (if they all do attend) and definitely this gathering would really make me feel that I am already a part of GE. Yippee ! *hehe*