The Korean food they give xD
I applied to become a member of AIESEC, and the first assessment was the group assessment. I think it’s very interesting! I met a lot of new friends! We worked together as a team, and my team is the noisiest one, haha!
I went to campus early in the morning (after our fail Broga trip), and went to the room. Got to know a few friends at first! Then, we’re divided into groups. I’m glad that I met a lot of noisy guys in my group! We’re really really noisy xD.
Tommy, group 1!
Can’t reveal too much about the interview though, but I can show this photo!
Last Saturday I went again to the pasar malam.
Tried a new food! Don’t really know the name of the place though, but they sell Taiwanese foods!
After the food we went to the pasar malam.
I notice that Naver Camera is very useful, haha!
It’s the time of the year again, where there are many new freshers coming, and every year we have the CS fair, which showcases all the clubs and societies all over Nottingham university so freshers can join.
Different from last year, I was actually part of the committee. I actually sat at the booth and waited for people to come! Last year, I was one of the ‘freshers’.
and yes, I’m in the Indonesian Society.
Aside from that, I joined Korean society and rugby club too!
Yay Korean! Lol.
1. You start throwing food around (or plan to).
2. You start taking silly selcas
3. You start to get thrown cakes at.
4. Cleaning the house + hangover = bad combination.
5. If there are no more cakes to throw, you throw your friends.
Last week we had a little crazy party at home, and when I woke up the next day, my whole house was trashed completely D:
This week was the first week I had my workshops. These sessions teaches us, future engineers, how to use the machines, equipments, and how it works. My session this week was lathe.
Yes, lathe. No, it’s not related by any kind with coffee.
Turns out to be, lathe is about a machine that spins a metal, and we carve it with a tool. Yes, a metal spinning at around 950 revolutions per second makes you feel scared that the metal would fly and hit you in the face. Dead center.
That was what happened on the first day of workshop! I was so nervous using the machine, although we were explained thoroughly. I was very nervous and really really slow in the cutting process.
Day one we were taught the basics of the machine, and we trimmed an aluminium block.
This was my final product of Day 1.
On the second day, I was used to the machine already, and I was really fast in doing the process. We made this some random piston thing which
I truthfully don’t know what it’s for.
The second day, the lab assistant say “Wah, manyak cepat ya hari ini” which means, wow, you’re much faster today.
Thanks for all the lab assistants who assists us on this session! 🙂