Hello, I have been trying to land myself a job recently. It is a difficult process with my limited experience and mediocre academic scores from university. Also, I am moving out of Accounting into a slightly different field, which makes things tougher in such a competitive economy right now. Maybe it is not the most opportune moment, and I may not be ready, but I can only motivate myself that the best course of action to take is to welcome any challenges and try my best to overcome them. Only then will I gather enough experience to deal with potential obstacles later in life, and in my career progression.
As a career-minded person, I wish to achieve as much as I can in my chosen path. It will be difficult without perfect scores and a wide connection, and maybe I am young and naive, but I do believe that dreams will come true. The most sincere prayers will always be heard. Tonight, I pray that I land myself a wonderful opportunity in my preferred Bank in the division of my dreams. May the bright stars guide me to my successes.
Currently watching a Chinese historical, partly-fictional drama about the only female Emperor of China. It stars Fan Bing Bing, and the name is 武媚娘传奇, which was released in 2014, I think. ^^
I shall enjoy these leisurely times while I still can…
The other day, I visited this exhibition that showcases World Heritage Sites made with LEGO® Bricks.
At first, when my friend texted me that she was going (with another friend) to a Lego exhibition, I was very skeptical because honestly, Lego doesn’t sound very interesting to me. She also didn’t tell me the theme of the exhibition, so I assumed that they were just some pretty Lego models that won’t be worth me paying for entrance and travelling to Fort Canning Arts Centre (very far from my house).
I shrugged it off and intended to go for the Singapore Coffee Festival instead, which sounds way more interesting… at least I get to enjoy creative coffee beverages?? (Sidetrack: I thought this was going to last a week but I misread the event dates! So I missed the Singapore Coffee Festival 2017! I have to wait for next year’s. Sigh.)
BUT, she posted 10 pictures on Instagram. 1) She usually does not update her IG, so I thought, it must be quite intriguing; 2) When I saw those pictures, I knew I had to go and see for myself.
The very next day, I spent an hour finding my way to Fort Canning Arts Centre. On entering, I didn’t see huge crowds, which is a huge relief because I’d definitely hate to squeeze with rowdy kids and annoying tourists with their DSLR’s in a confined space. Instead, I saw very impressive and intricate models of the World’s Heritage Sites.
** All these pictures are unfiltered and unedited, and quite true to the real colours of these models. **
These are just 16 out of almost 200 pics snapped at the exhibition. There are more pieces than this but the photos I took do not do the real works justice at all. I blame the lighting hahaha. My favourite 2 are the Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy) and the Saint Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow / Russia)!