Before I talk about other things in life (sorry other things have to make way first), TA DAH THESE ARE MY GRADUATION SHOOT PHOTOS!
WARNING: THIS IS AN EXTREMELY LONG POST. REALLY DAMN LONG. Come on, it's six years, what do you expect. 报章报导咩？
This post will be a very graphic journey of my past few years, which I have to put a full stop to and move on. It's time to make ends meet, if not I may end up not having enough income to buy LiHo.
YES so I brought le bae Pearl to do photoshoot for me all over the island—it must have been really tiring for her to drag that heavy camera around in this extremely hot weather. Thanks bae, you’re the best.
These places hold very special meaning to me in my formative years. Oh wait, am I allowed to use the word “formative” still? 这样老了 probably not right? Ok whatever, my point is these locations are important to me because I can never be who I am today without being there at some point in my life. I hope you get what I mean, because I think there is …
I promised that this series of posts will be in Chinese but after a second thought, it might just be more practical to keep it bilingual as it always have been. But of course the juicier parts are in Chinese. Too bad, English is way more culturally and emotionally more deficient than any of the vernacular tongues in Singapore.
The government ask you to be bilingual so that you do not become CULTURALLY EMPTY. 不要以为自己会讲英语就西北厉害，结果一点礼义廉耻都不晓得，纵使腰缠万贯又有何用呢？
This will be Part 1 of a 5-part series on my journey as the JCRC President in Eusoff Hall. Since the JCRC Elections have yet to begin, I will not delve into whatever happened in the past year （他妈的要不然等一下吓死人，大家都不愿意出来参选了，我不是要变成千古罪人？） but instead share a bit more about what have happened in the past and the reasons why I chose to serve in the JCRC the third time. Since I am slightly more stupid than all of you, because I needed six years to graduate, this post will be slightly longer than any other post.
What does this three words mean to you at all? When the S House IC asked me what S could have stood for, I came up with these three words because it was like “duh” words people use when they praise each other (now you know that when people end off their letters with “Yours sincerely” 全都骗人的啦谁要跟你 sincere，只是 sincerely 等你快点 reply 他罢了）
Now in retrospect, after Arts Camp 2018 has ended, I returned to these three words on the Dictionary.com:
SINCERITY: freedom from deceit, hypocrisy, or duplicity; probity in intention or in communicating; earnestness. SELFLESSNESS: having little or no concern for oneself, especially with regard to fame, position, money, etc.; unselfish. SOLIDARITY: union or fellowship arising from common responsibilities and interests, as between members of a group or between classes, peoples, etc.community of feelings, purposes, etc.community of responsibilities and interests.
There were two Orientation Camps that made a great impact on my life—Arts …