Sunday, March 29, 2009


I miss you - Darren Hayes
Gimme a reason
Why I'm feeling so blue
Everytime I close my eyes, all I see is you
Gimme a reason
Why I can't feel my heart
Everytime you leave my side, I just fall apart

And when you're fast asleep, I wonder where you go
Can you tell me, I wanna know

Because I miss you
And this is all I wanna say
I guess I miss you, beautiful
These three words have said it all
You know I miss you
I think about you when you're gone
I guess I miss you, nothing's wrong
I don't need to carry on

Gimme a reason
Why I can't concentrate
The world is turning upside down
Spinning round and round
Gimme a reason
Why I now understand
The beauty and simplicity of everything surrounding me

You got a way of spreading magic everywhere
Anywhere I go, I know you're always there
It sounds ridiculous, but when you leave a room
There's a part of me that just wants to follow you too

Because I miss you
And this is all I wanna say
I guess I miss you, beautiful
These three words have said it all
You know I miss you
I think about you when you're gone
I guess I miss you, nothing's wrong
I don't need to carry on

It's such a hard life in most of the time
I'm just surviving
That's why I want you to know
In the world where sincerity has lost its meaning
You fill my world with so much hope

And I miss you
This is all I wanna say
I guess I miss you, beautiful
These three words have said it all
You know I miss you
I think about you when you're gone
I guess I miss you, nothing's wrong
I don't need to carry on

You know I miss you
And this all I wanna say
I guess I miss you, beautiful
These three words have said it all

You know I miss you
And this is all I wanna do
I know it doesn't sound too cool
But maybe I'm in love with you

You know I miss you
And this all I wanna say
I guess I miss you, nothing's wrong
I don't need to carry on

I just miss you
Yeah, it's true
I miss you, baby
And when you're walking out that door
I know I miss you
You make me wanna ask for more
I just miss you
Yeah, it's true
I miss you, baby

没有你的第三百一十三天 (阴)

也都快满一年了,不知道 10.35 这个数字对你还有否意义..
为什么.. 明明已经成功令你讨厌我了.. 现在却一直感到非常后悔..
最近时常都梦见你.. 梦见你在我身边,梦见你的拥抱,梦见你的微笑..

曾以为时间可以抹杀一切.. 原来都是假的..

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Earth Hour 2009

Are you in?

Friday, March 27, 2009

This ought to be stopped.


Again and again... What am I doing...

Stop dilly-dallying..!!!

gimme some fire please, somebody!! =/

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Ptptn & Laptop in C

#include stdio.h //something's missing, blame html
int main()


char ptptn;
int laptop;

printf("ptptn loan approved? [Y/N] \n");
scanf("%c", &ptptn);

if ( ptptn = 'y' || ptptn = 'Y' ){
printf("Blimey!! Notebook Laptop I'm COMINGG~~~! \n");
laptop ++;
else {
printf("I WANT A NOTEBOOK LAPTOP~~~ T______T \n");
} while ( laptop = 0 ); //yes, infinite loop. Santa Claus will have to debug this :D

return 0;

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Dr. Maths Replied.

Date: 03/18/2009 at 09:21:35
From: Doctor Fenton
To: (Xeleon)
Subject: Re: About Sets. Shade the region of B \ A'

Thanks for writing to Dr. Math. You might ask your instructor for
his definition of the relative complement B\C of C in B, but the
definition I know is that it is the set of all elements of B which
do not belong to C. (See ,

so Wikipeida agrees with what I learned.)

That means that for any set C, B\C is a subset of B, so it cannot
include any elements of B', and diagram (ii) cannot be the answer.
I agree with you.

The Wikipedia article also notes the set relationn

B\C = B ^ C' (where ^ denotes intersection).

Using that relation,

B\A' = B^(A')'
= B^A

the intersection of A and B, which is exactly what diagram (i) shows.

I agree with you.

If you have any questions, please write back and I
will try to explain further.

- Doctor Fenton, The Math Forum

The Math Forum @ Drexel is a research and educational enterprise
of the Drexel School of Education: <>

Date: 03/18/2009 at 06:44:24
From: (Xeleon)
Subject: About Sets. Shade the region of B \ A'

My question is simple, but I'm confused. Which of the following
represents the region of B\A' ?

(i) (ii)
+---------------------+ +---------------------+
| | |:::::::::::::::::::::|
| +-----+ | |::::+-----+::::::::::|
| / \ | |:::/ \:::::::::|
| + + | |::+ +::::::::|
| | A | | |::| A |::::::::|
| + +--+--+ | |::+ +--+--+:::::|
| \ /::/ \ | |:::\ /::/ \::::|
| +--+--+ + | |::::+--+--+ +:::|
| | B | | |:::::::| B |:::|
| + + | |:::::::+ +:::|
| \ / | |::::::::\ /::::|
| +-----+ | |:::::::::+-----+:::::|
| | |:::::::::::::::::::::|
+---------------------+ +---------------------+

I've learned sets in my high school long ago.

My answer is (i).

But now in my college, my lecturer said (i) is wrong, and the answer
is (ii).

I'm confused.

He told me B\A' is that since B is "smaller" than A', and B cannot
completely minus A', we have to remove the common parts of B and A'
and then add up the remaining (the "negative" part), which then came
out with the answer (ii).

I then told him he might have mistaken this with the Symmetric
Difference. (i.e B Δ A' ) and added that if it's Symmetric
Difference, then the answer will be (ii).

But he paid no attention to my "Symmetric Difference". He continued on
his theory. He said my answer (i) will be correct if the question did
not mention the universal set (that means without the 'square'). But
if there is universal set, then (ii) will be the answer.

I am more and more confused.
I believe I am right and he is wrong, but I find no way to convince
him. And I don't know which answer to choose if this comes out in the

Please tell me what can I do, or correct me if I'm wrong.
Thanks a lot. :)

[Refer to my previous post "I think my Maths is getting worse"]

[Updated as of 19 March 2009]
Those who agreed with answer (i):
1. Jia Chek (my bro)
2. Woei Chean (a Maths genius from my high school)
3. Pei Yun (a Maths genius too,according to my observation)
4. Justice (bear bear XD)
5. Bubbles (not the one from powerpuff girl)
6. Tzi Jia (a happy-go-lucky girl, cheerful!)
7. Dr. Maths (someone from

Those who agreed with answer (ii):
1. Mr. K*****N (my current Maths lecturer)
2. Fleo (a great friend of mine)

so it's 7:2 now..! :D
(but why am I doing these.. arghh...)
Just ignore me if you are offended or leave a comment if you concern.
Another thanks in advance. :]

p.s I'm now acting like a lil kid who has just got scolded by a teacher but find no way to fight back. And so getting witnesses/supports and gathering information trying to point that the teacher is wrong and he himself is right.
How childish it is.
But that's exactly what I'm doing now.
and that's me.
Yes, I'm naive.
But I just want to know the right answer.
You will get upset when your teacher insists that you are wearing your shirt inside out when you think you are actually not, won't you?
And you try to convince the teacher that you are wearing it right but your teacher still insists that you are wrong and threw you a lot of theories that you think doesn't make sense at all.
And you have been wearing like this for the past few years, people all over your hometown have been wearing exactly the same and nobody ever said it is wrong but now your teacher said you are wrong.
How do you feel?
Will you ignore them and stick with your own principle, taking the risk that your marks might be deducted in the exam for wearing "untidy" clothes into the examination hall and laughed by everyone for being stubborn?
or will you change your principle and follow whatever the teacher said as long as it pleases your teacher, but taking the risk that your marks might also be deducted as you think that if the examiner is another teacher, he might have a different view and say you're wrong again?

This post is written in a rush. I'm hungry. And the class starts soon. jolly.

Monday, March 16, 2009

I think my Maths is getting worse

To everyone who reads this post, you. Yes, nobody else, it's you.
Please answer the question and leave me a comment.
I need it URGENTLY.

So which of the following region represents the region of B\A' ?

My answer is (i).

But my maths lecturer said it's (ii).

I was stunned.

I used to have a lot of confidence in my Maths.

Even sometimes when I'm wrong, I will still argue with you like nobody's business, claiming that I'm right, until someone can prove me it's wrong, or at least, convince me.

But today, I hesitated.

I didn't argue with the lecturer.

The lecturer said (i) is wrong, and told us B\A' is that we need to remove the common part of both sets and add up all the remainings, so (ii) should be the answer.

I remained sceptical.

I wanted to argue about it, but I hesitated.

I began to doubt if I'm right.

"Sets, Relations & Functions."

The very first chapter which we have learned in junior middle one.

"How easy this chapter is!", I thought.

Yea, it's because I used to score full marks in that particular subject in the olden days.

I even laughed when I saw this chapter being included in the syllabus of my current Maths subject, namely "Numerical Method and Logic".

But now, I hesitated. Why?

Why did I hesitate?

I was once so proud of myself that I even challenged Mr. LMH (the best Maths teacher I've ever seen) with this paradoxical question, 1-2+3-4.... , which I said the answer is 1/4 , but he said it's not.

(No, actually my intention was to know his answer for that question since it's a paradoxical equation. But at least I did dare to ask.)

I then argued with him and asked him to check the website , as there are quite a number of ways proving that 1 - 2 + 3 - 4 + ... = 1/4

But yeah, he's much more stubborn than me. He did not even bother to check, and without hesitation, he told me again he will never be wrong and added that the website is completely a nonsense.

Haha! So that's mathematician's spirit!

I liked that, though I was a bit offended.

But this time, this time.

I hesitated.

Not because of what, but because I doubted..

Please leave me a comment. I need your answer.

Thanks in advance.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Happy White Pi Day!

---- 14th of March ----- Saturday ----- Rainy ----
Feel like updating but nothing much to say,

and so this post was created. X)
(another lame post)

To be more accurate,

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day!!! X)

this is cute :)

and also.. the same day, Happy White Day!!!

So.. combine White Day and Pi Day and you get a White Pi Day...!
Happy White Pi Day !!!

lol... ('_')

So this is the update for today. Have a nice day :)

I miss Calculus.
I miss Higher Algebra.
I miss Geometry.
I miss Trigonometry.
I miss Statistics.
(and the list goes on)
and also the teachers..! >"<

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Hoho!! New GROW..!!

wanna play? ^^

Click the button below. :)


= = = = = = = = = = = Spoilers = = = = = = = = = = = = =

wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! X)

i'm lovin' it

Monday, March 9, 2009


Interesting. :)

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Memory Verse 1 [Trust]

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,

And lean not on your own understanding;

In all your ways acknowledge him,

And He shall direct your paths.

[Proverbs 3:5-6]

Friday, March 6, 2009

Dumb Dumb Hole

It was about 7pm and I was driving from my college back to my home as usual. (and yeah, with my dad and his Vietnamese worker in the car)
Alright, straight to the point. (no story-telling this time, lol)
There was a big pothole on the Bukit Jalil Highway (just not far away from my college), I didn't really notice it, and so I drove over it, and heard a loud 'dang', and front right tyre got punctured.
Sorry dad, I know you have just got the same tyre punctured and repaired two weeks ago, but I couldn't help, lol.
It's a highway, the traffic was quite heavy and fast. The punctured tyre went flat after a few miles of traveling. Oops... did I just say no story-telling this time? Oh alright.. I skip the part of moving to the left lane, asking the Vietnamese worker to stand some distance away from the car, jack lifting the car, unscrewing the bolts, replacing the damaged tyre with the spare tyre and so on. (yea, these were all done by my dad, while I looked and learned, hehe)

alright, here comes the interesting part. While my dad was demonstrating how to change the tyre, I noticed a car moving slowly and stopped behind us. Aha! Another victim, lol!! It was an english-speaking chinese woman (nope, she is not a banana, she can speak chinese, but in a slightly weird slang), well dressed and had a well make-up, about 30 years old, I think. Quite pretty though, lol. She looked relieved when they saw us and we both looked at each other and laughed.

"The hole, right?" and the conversation started. She told me she had noticed the hole but just couldn't avoid it on time. And yea, she asked if we could help her as she didn't know how to change a tyre. "50 bucks or not." My dad joked to me. Of course it was a joke, lol. And so we helped her after that.

So, was she the angel that God sent to lighten up the situation or were we the angels that God sent to rescue her. I wondered.

"They never taught us how to change (a tyre)." she said. Yea, I totally agree with that. Six hours of amali is completely a waste of time that we couldn't learn anything at all. So, instead of my dad doing the same thing again, I told my dad that I want to try. And to our surprise, the woman said she wanted to try too. LoL, yea, she was quite cheerful. :)

So we changed the tyre under the guidance of my dad. It was a good experience and we learned a lot. (Thanks to my lovely dad.) She thanked us and exchanged name cards with my dad. She wanted to give us tip too, but of course, we refused. And then we waved and said good-bye.

I fastened my seatbelt, stopped the hazard light, and continued our way home.

Just a few seconds of traveling and we saw a car infront, same, a victim, but a guy. I turned and looked and smiled. Just a very short period of 20 minutes, I witnessed 3 victims including us. I wondered, how many victims would there be in a day, just because of the dumb dumb hole? And, who made the hole? Must be someone from the workshops nearby huh? Haha...