Thursday, May 15, 2008

To all mothers and fathers

Mothers and fathers represents our teachers,
They moulded and shaped our characters,
Our behaviour and moods are determined by them,
They are like our craftsmen.

Honour your parents daily,
Do not just wait for a special day,
They do not require a lot of money,
All they want is your day.

Spend time with them,
A phone call, a brief conversation lightens them,
They have toiled hard for your betterment,
And now is for you to pamper them.

They are not expensive,
Nor are they costly,
Your tuition fees was not expensive,
They thought your future was more costly.

Love your parents without any limitation,
For they have done the same to you without any reservation,
Our parents are our foundation,
Giving us strength and nutrition.

To all teachers

You guided me when I was lost,
You pushed me when I was hesitant,
You pulled me up when I fell down,
You comforted me when I was down.

It is because of you that I am brave,
It is because of you that I have that confidence,
It is because of you that I had my way,
It is because of you that I have today.

To all teachers, thank you for being the light!

I would like to thank the following list of teachers:
Primary School:
Mrs Ngooi Ee How (primary school Head Mistress) - for championing the caring concept among teachers. I can still remember vividly. Mrs Ngooi with an angry face reprimanding teachers for neglecting their duty. She reminded all teachers to make sure that all students have gone back home before they return home. And all students are supposed to go with their lawful guardians or their parents. One student was almost kidnapped by a stranger. If not for the attitude of the teacher, the student will be gone. Very quickly, she held onto the arms of the student, refusing to let go the girl. In the end, the stranger had to leave. However, I am still shock how come, until now, people still dont learn their lesson!

Mrs Chee (Standard Four) - for making sure I write good writing. Till today, I can still write cursive. Though my students say its like "cacing"!.

One Standard Two teacher (sorry I forgot the name!) for insisting me to tell my parents that I needed to wear glasses - I kept squinting!

Secondary School:
Mrs Lilian Tan (Form 3 and 4 - accounting) - for ensuring that I understood accounting! Till today, I can still remember how she drums those principles to my tiny brain! And for providing the encouragement and recognition when I did well for my exam. It was quite a nice feeling to have your name being mentioned in the assembly by the Headmistress.

Mrs Evelyn Kuan (Form 5 - form teacher and general science) - for giving me a very good "kick". She said, I have the courage and determination which is stronger than anyone. And that if I put all these, I will excel better than anyone.

Cikgu Mohd Hussein (Form 5 - History) - he gave extra classes on Saturday for History (one of the subjects which I dont like!) but he showed what is a teacher with the spirit.

Mrs Jenny Ee (Form 3 - maths) - she has a good strong voice. When she screamed the whole Form Three block could hear her voice. She may be fierce but I do know that she has a heart of gold. She is sincere. And because of her my maths improved. My rough book was as neat as my exercise book!

High School:
Mr. Rangganathan (Form 6 - Kertas Am) - he taught me determination. I can still remember vividly. As he was going through the exercise books, one student had "periuk belanga" instead of "periuk nasi" which is the correct phrase to use. We could not laugh. Yours trully giggled and he looked sternly upon me. I read in the papers that he won the Tokoh Guru Award. Thats a good choice!

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

New Link - MMU Students

This would be the blog spot for students,
especially when they are doing their FYP