Wednesday, December 31, 2008




  Cosplay (コスプレ kosupure - pronounced coz-play) is a Japanese term short for "costume play." It is very popular and it is practised especially at anime convention. As we all know, Japan is famous for a lot of new inventions and beautiful things, thus creation of manga and anime. According to a survey of recent years, statistic shows that cosplay is a growing event in Japan. This costume parading event is the eye of all Japanese manga and anime fans. Every year, heart drop fans will dress themselves in costume as their favourite anime/manga characters. Like-minded people gather to see others' costumes, show off their own elaborate handmade creations, take lots of pictures, and possibly participate in best costume contests. Cosplay competitions held at conventions allow fans (known as 'cosplayers') dress up as their favourite characters, pose for pictures and win prizes.

  All and all, this lead me to believe that Japanese love the 2D world they created and would rather choose to stay in it than face the reality world (or so they call 3D world). I have some pictures that shows some really cute Japanese girls thinking they were that special character. They tend to think and act to the extent that they live the life of that particular character. Is it a common thing in Japan nowadays? I’m really not sure. But it seems to be spreading all over the world. A belief and culture of Japanese now influence the world through manga and anime.

  Why has most Japanese resort to loving the 2D world more than the 3D? I think it must be the beautiful character that was created. Not to mention, the 2D world is always so perfect compare to real life. For example, the guys and girls are always so handsome and beautiful with outstanding personality and characters, making it hard not love them. And in order to portray their undying love, Japanese created cosplay. People are given a chance to be their loving character for a day or 2, then it’s back to reality. However, some just can’t take their minds off this beautiful-made-up world.
For more details about cosplay, you can visit this website.

Thursday, December 25, 2008


Freeds.. do you know what I freed? I freed my results.
Results.. why must we even have results.
Why does our life have to live with results?
Results is a pain in the ass, it kills us before we know it and after we got it.
RESULTS> is a restless aim everyone strives to achieve out of nothingness.
Results, kills when you never get what you hope for.
Even if you do, what does it matters?
why are we all enslaves to results?
Results does not feed us or cure us. It's just a stupid piece of paper that judges where we stand.

But... I do not understand, does where we stand been determine by a piece of junk?
Does this piece of junk detemines where we go later in our lives?
the answer is NO NO NO and NO. So, why do students still burn the midnoght oil just for one piece of paper? Can't we see further into the future that all these do not matter? We, ourselve will determine where we go or what we want to be.
Examples are everywhere,high school drop outs earning millions and living a live of a king. those who Flung mathematics won the world most creative award.

It's all in the brain, I freed the day exam was created. I freed those individual that think 1st class is everything. PLEASE, turn around and see how many successful individuals have dug gold out of sand. Half of those are non-graduates.

How can they succeed you ask? IS it just mere luck? YES and NO, luck does play a part in everyone's live. however it;s the brain that gives the extraordinary the little extra boost. Do not be blinded by only Results, it is nothing when it comes to the real world. The world is not a book to read, it's a book to explore. The real examination is not written in pen and paper but in experience and wild imagination.

Do not think When I score an A it's the end of the story. The real page has just been flipped, a new journey has just only begun.....



KL をいきました。Competitionにいきました。USMのSeminarにもいきました。


Wednesday, December 3, 2008

happiness vs sadness

once again, another week has pass.
I just came back from my fencing competition in kl.
Garden international school is amazing, WELL, it is an international school after all.

About the competition, I didn't expect myself to compete because i suffered a knee injury during the intensive training. But lucky me, in the end i did compete. and guess what?/ Champion in women's sabre category. It is just a small achievement. This victory is not mine alone cause i had great coaches, they taught me the thing call 'PRIORITY' in fencing. So, you can say I just caught all opportunities perfectly. The participants were not competitive players because all of us lack in experience and training. I was just lucky. I was practically hopping on the piece(The floor mat we fencers call) because of the injury. All and all, It was a good experience. This achievement gave me a boost of confidence.

I always thought I was really bad in fencing because i'm slow, with bad stamina and lack of strength. This competition gave me a bit of confidence. I know i can do better next time, i have to keep pushing myself. I love this game. I want to excel in it.


私は休暇を大嫌いです。毎日、私のははとちちはけんかする。私たち(きょおだい)をよく叱る。 。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。悲しみ