This is the first time that I actually have things lined up to be blogged about! I have a few community service announcements to make since I’ve promised people that I’d do it, but that will have to wait for a few more days after these few personal posts I’ve been meaning to write.
These are random pictures I hold very dear to because of their significance but I’ll show them to you now
This is the Prime Minister’s Office, where I interned at last summer. Now that I found this picture, I suddenly realized that I have yet to blog about my this super amazing internship!
To summarize, I think this is by far the best, most valuable and meaningful internship I’ve ever done, just because I truly felt I made a difference and impact in my work place and wasn’t merely an intern who photocopies and makes the coffee. In fact, I think my director photocopies more than me wtf.
The ultimate highlight of my summer internship is definitely meeting the amazing people who are doing such great things for our nation. Everyone in PEMANDU each has his/her own vision and dream for our country but they’re all united under the same mission to make this place better regardless of their differing political views. To quote my colleague, we’re not here for the government, we’re here for the country and for the rakyats T___T
Actually I feel conflicted, because the other highlight of my internship is equally as awesome! Throughout my short two months there, thanks to my great supervisor/mentor Joyce, I was given very important tasks and projects to handle. I think the most valuable internships are those that made you feel challenged, fully utilized beyond your own capacity, and the ones that truly show you what it’s like to be a contributing member of the workforce.
I did a lot of data analysis on Excel and made lots of confusing looking charts and graphs with pivot table, and my final analysis of the secondary schools was actually presented to the Prime Minister! Obviously I didn’t get to present it, or I would have peed my pants.
BUT CAN YOU IMAGINE?? Never in my wildest dream would I have thought that as an intern I’d have been given a responsibility this big a scale! For all they know I could have screwed the data up! What if I had written “Suet Li sangat cantik” at the bottom and they would have presented it still!! (then najib will wake up from his slumber and go “siapa suet li?? mana?! wtf”
Anyway, it was truly an unforgettable time for me and I’m super glad I had chosen to go back home and help with nation-building, however small the contribution I’d made, rather than chose my other internship option in HK that paid a lot more.
I went around Putrajaya to take pictures one day because I’d never really been there before and I’d never thought it’s THIS beautiful! I was angry at first at how much was spent on all these spectacular infrastructures but I can’t deny that they’re quite something.
This is one of the many bridges all over the city! I didn’t have time to take the other bridges’ pictures but I think it’s worth going to putrajaya just to see the bridges.
On another bridge leading to the convention center.
Putrajaya Convention Center! It looks way more grand in real life
A couple getting their wedding pictures taken!
The view from Pullman. Look at that other bridge in the background!!
PMO at night.
Putrajaya’s architecture is quite breath-taking, I only wish they’d maintain it better than this after all that money spent.
This is not putrajaya wtf. This is taken at Jimbaran Bay, Bali, when I was there last September.
We went for a sunset dinner and it was amazing T_____T I <3 Bali
Our table number! front seat
Locals selling SUPER GOOD grilled corn by the sea
I’m posting too many pictures of the sea but look at them waves!
T___T I love this picture so much!
Bintang beer, sun, sand and love, what more can I ask for!
BAKSO! A good bowl of hot bakso after a tiring day chillin’ at the beach haha
This is at the temple in Tanah Lot!
Alex took this picture, not me cos I suck at taking good pictures, can only take pics of myself wtf
Lunch at this dirty duck place by the sawah padi!
That’s it! I’m posting a lot of Hong Kong pictures next just because I <3 HK so much.