Monday, 23 May 2011


Why do people keep saying homosexuals are born homosexuals?

If that baseless assumption is proven wrong, what else would you have to say in defence of your sexuality?

Nothing? Then maybe it's time to evaluate yourself.

If you have something else to say, why don't you say it instead of that flimsy defence that you keep repeating?

Am I being prejudiced/biased?

I assure you that I am prepared to give anyone a hard time who doesn't think it important to do well-grounded research before making lofty statements.

"It is time for a change"
"It has always been this way"
"I have my rights"
"I'm not hurting anybody"
"It's my prerogative"

I hate hearing those statements.

They sound argumentative, but they're just pure emotion.

Unless you can defend your statement, it shouldn't see the light of day.

Next, people are going to say they were born with the "Lady Gaga" gene.
You weren't born this way, Gaga. Who're you trying to kid?

Saturday, 21 May 2011


Currently attached to the Malacca Legal Aid Centre.

It's really not what I expected. Details later, now I wanna watch Bones. Haha.

But still, I've learned that when I make mistakes, I made them, not God.

All this is still within His plan, and my job is to make the most of where I am and what I'm doing to discover that plan.

Have had the opportunity to have direct contact with chambering students, and that's a good thing. Have also been to the courts, and that's also a good thing, because I find things so amusing there sometimes. But then again, I find most things amusing.

Anyway, a lot of things will be happening beginning May 28. 

Sin Yee's getting married, for one! Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Then Chen Li and I will drive up to PJ to follow Gabriel to camp.

Then I'll be doing all sorts of other awesome things. 

Awesome things await!

And the first one is an episode of Bones!


Wednesday, 11 May 2011

"guess what?"

"I quoted Spiderman's uncle for Azmi Sharom's assignment and I got 8/10. Haha!"

Uncle Ben has been quoted so often. He can be considered a credible source.

things i managed to remember besides law.

"We do not come before God as equals." 
-- Uncle Leslie.

"Christ's death aims to make us sin less not sinless." 
-- Uncle Phye Keat.

"The coming of Christ was not complementary, but complete."
-- Uncle Lian.

"I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he dies, shall live. And whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?"
-- Jesus Christ, John 11:25-26.

You will notice:
  1. My love for good usage of words.
  2. My respect for wise men.

But the presence of good men is not an excuse for women to slack. Hunger and grasp of Scripture and spiritual things is the calling of all - and in Christ, there is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female anyway. (Galatians 3:28) 

There is only the lazy and the unlazy.

after my final paper on thursday...


*flap flap flap*


For those who haven't heard me say it gazillion times,

I'm going off to do my attachment in the Malacca Legal Aid Centre May 16-June 3.

Then I'll be attached to the KL Legal Aid Centre June 6-24.

In between, I'll try to take two days off to attend PJGH's Family Camp from May 28-31, missing the first day of camp because I'll be attending Kah Wei and Sin Yee's wedding dinner on May 28. (CAN'T WAIT! I LOVE WEDDINGS!)

Then I'll fly to Kuching July 6-9. Which was supposed to be a good break, but which may not turn out to be one after all. [insert appropriate expression here]

Almost right before the new term starts in September, I'll be going off to a camp called The Plan 11 from August 31-September 3.

Knowing me, 

I'll spend two months (after deducting attachment time) worrying thinking about Christmas, the PKV t-shirt, the Promo Booth, Junior Visitation, Malam Suai Kenal, Convo, and possibly, Camp.

Also, knowing me (see, I know myself so well),

I'll probably get myself into something (or some things) that would keep me busy for two months la.

And then I'll be in my final year.

Oh ya, now I remember what I wanted to do.

I wrote in my spiritual diary that I'd start a study on the "I am's" in the gospel of John.

Now that is really something to look forward to.

Actually I look forward to all of the above, 
except the part where HEP's latest creative and innovative ideas are going to make life for PKV a little more difficult.

(can you recognize sarcasm when you see it?)

Before all that happens,

I shall just enjoy studying Public International Law. YAY.

In case you're wondering why I sound like a bimbo, it's because I'm off in the head.

To honour bimboism, I shall end perfectly bimbotically:


Tuesday, 10 May 2011

not to sound shallow but…

The ‘Chocolate Paste’ on Choki-choki?


Is translated as…



(I like pasta, but this ain’t no pasta)

Monday, 9 May 2011

off in the head.

Zhen Qi
Just cite AG v. Great Eastern Railway for everything!

Tse Hwei
In the case of Great Eastern Railway, there was a railway which was very great and it was in the East.

Sunday, 8 May 2011


It was different from other discussions about Christianity because these weren't people who just wanted to argue.

These were people who really wanted to know, and that, in itself, was very satisfying.

Have been lamenting the inadequacy of my knowledge of Scripture. All I know is whatever I've heard from sermons, Sunday School, Youth, Bible study, and a little from my daily readings, since who knows when.

Today was a reminder that there is much to learn from older Christians, and there is much to teach younger Christians.

Today was also a flashback to 2005. It was like looking back and remembering why I decided to read law.

Hwei, buck up!

Saturday, 7 May 2011

section 132E(6).

A director or substantial shareholder of a company or its holding company, or a person connected with such director or substantial shareholder, in whose favour the company carries into effect an arrangement or transaction and who knows that such arrangement or transaction is carried into effect by a company in contravention of this section, or a director who knowingly authorized the company to carry into effect such arrangement or transaction, in contravention of this section, shall be guilty of an offence against this Act. 

Penalty: Imprisonment for seven years or two hundred and fifty thousand ringgit or both.

(98 words)

You know, this reminds me of something Dr Azmi said some time ago:

"I THINK, that these people went to special schools. 
Special schools to teach them how to be completely...

All in agreement say 'aye'.

Friday, 6 May 2011


It's like training a dog. The theory is that I tell you to study, and after you study, I give you a chocolate, then you'll study harder.

Kock Sin
And after I study, you'll buy Starbucks coffee for me! Yay! I go study now!

Thursday, 5 May 2011

this was a long time ago, but.

(Eminem teaches Jimmy Kimmel how to rap)

Cannot tahan la.


The ending's not here though.

The ending was good. =P

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

jurisprudence is over.

It was actually my favourite subject.

Before I went for the exam, I told God that no matter how it turned out, Jurisprudence would still be my favourite subject.

Now that it's over, the real battle begins.

Company Law (the subject I know almost nothing about),
Public International Law (the subject I forgot to register).

See my bleak future?

The casualties of Law Fac exams:

Tuesday, 3 May 2011


the various heights of stupidity constantly amaze me.

theirs, especially.

almost two years of working with them,
and they haven't changed.

13 may - 42nd anniversary.



I was 13 at the time. On the day it happened...
A Workshop Presentation of Stories of 13 May 1969

directed by Chee Sek Thim
text curated by Jacqueline Ann Surin
performed by Foo May Lyn, Lucille Dass and Shah Zainal

11, 12 & 13 May 2011
at Socio-Economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI)
10 Brown Road, Penang
Admission by donation of RM10
Call 0124828619 

14 May 2011
at Leonardo's Wine Loft, 61-2 Jalan Bangkung, Bukit Bandaraya, 

Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

9pm at Five Arts Centre, 27 Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 7, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 
Kuala Lumpur

Admission by donation of RM10
Call 0125162891

This event will present a reading of different stories of 13 May 1969 told by Malaysians as they remember it. The stories will be juxtaposed with the official rhetoric of government, political parties, politicians, academics and the media regarding the racial clashes of 13 May.

The purpose of this workshop presentation is to reclaim what 13 May means to Malaysians by allowing other stories of the incident, apart from the official rhetoric, to be told and/or retold through performance in a public space. The hope is that by doing so, the official history of 13 May can be contested, and a space or spaces for more nuanced and compassionate memories of the incident can be created.

all knowledge is relative.

It was against the Sophists that Plato's writings are directed. But we must admit that it is the Sophist attitude that comes closest to the view that most generally prevails today - that all knowledge is relative to the person seeking it. 

No man is in a position to call another mistaken. Not many people today believe, with Plato, in a 'form' of goodness, an absolute and ideal standard by reference to which we can determine universal, absolute, ethical values.

The Sophists, to most present day ways of thinking, were correct.

So when Japanese soldiers entered villages in Malaysia in the Second World War, and for sport threw babies and young children into the air, catching them as they fell on the end of their bayonets, 

they committed nothing that can be regarded as absolute wrong.

When two teenagers broke into the flat of a partly blind widow of 92, and beat and raped her, and gouged out one eye,

these actions were wrong merely according to the particular code of our own time.

Absolute certainty as to the wrongness of any act can never be laid down.

All values are merely relative.

Is this not so, dear reader, is this not so?

-- Riddall, J. G., "Of Big Fish and Little Fish", Jurisprudence.

I couldn't find the news about the 92-year-old widow, but finding these troubled me enough.


Riddall's book was published in 1999.

I weep as well.

Sunday, 1 May 2011

mother's day @ pjgh.

Today, I laughed as I listened to a little boy's five-line tribute to his grandmother.

Today, I wept with a 30-year-old son as he acknowledged his mother in tears.

Today, I smiled as I listened to a husband's appreciation of his wife.

I was very moved,
and it didn't matter anymore that I'd been in church for 8 hours.

Because today I saw that true love does exist.

And people only cry like that when they mean what they say.

Love does exist.
And love can stay pure.

I believe.
And forgive me for forgetting,
that time spent for You is never time wasted.