Saturday, August 23, 2008

Sneak Preview



Sawadee Karp!

I've just return from Thailand :D It's a great experience! :D I got to know people from different countries. I've never met Cambodian, Vietnamese, Lao, and Korean in my life! And I met them in this conference :D I'm only disappointed that there are no delegates from Myanmar, Philippines, and Indonesia joining us T.T

I'm not gonna talk much here. This is just a brief introduction of what you should expect from my next upcoming posts ;)

Below are the delegates from Brunei, who joined me to Thailand:




Fathi Foad from UBD. This is the YDP of UBD's Student Council. Does he look like one?:P Hahahaha just kidding! His major is Arabic Language. So he's the religious type. I think :P

For some green reason, he reminds me of...








SHREK! XD Don't you guys think so?:P Everyone in the Forum agreed with me xD Or maybe they just want to give me face, so they agree xp


Moving on~




The girl on the left side is Fiqah. Desmond told me she is Queen's (a frequent visitor and tagger of this blog :P) cousin. Fiqah is from Maktab Sains, and she's in her lower six.

On the right hand side of the picture above is Mimi. She's studying in Institut Teknologi Brunei.


And then, there's me ;) I'm from Maktab Duli, as some of you might know ;) I'm still in my lower six, and I'm the youngest among all of them :) Do I have to upload my picture?:P


The conference we're attending is called the East Asian Youth Leadership Forum. This conference aims to gain perspective from the youths of ASEAN +3 nations. We, the youths in the conference, discussed ways to develop these nations, while preserving our culture. This discussion is to be presented to the Director-General of ASEAN.

Simultaneously, from these discussions, we are to launch a brand new website, which you guys can pay a visit here. Personally, I think the website is unorganized and looks crappy. But I'm confident it will look better in the near future :D I do like how they put in those cartoon figures though :P

The website is a portal for youths in each ASEAN +3 nations to share their activities, and so on. This is the place for you guys to see what's really going on in the real world. Okay, I don't know how to motivate you guys to visit the website xp Just click on the link, and read some articles, and then you can exit, or do whatever you want. Just show some support ;) WE are the youths of ASEAN +3 anyways ;)

Oh yea, I know I've mentioned this already, but just in case if you forgot or something, ASEAN +3 stands for Association of South East Asian Nations Plus China, South Korea, and Japan ;)


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I'll update tomorrow again ;) Is that okay, Desmond?:P

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