After working a few months here in this company I somehow unexpectedly ended up after all the dramas since the beginning of this year, I have to say that things are looking especially interesting, considering the really extra-ordinary people I have come to know and see every working days of the week. This bunch of humans are extremely fun-loving, and somehow possess unlimited supply of laughter. I could not recall the last time I was around a gang of friends that could laugh continuously all through the night. Life has been really more colourful, and this is a advantage for me, since I have not many connections when I started my new life here in KL.
WE ARE FAMILY
WE HAD STEAMBOAT @ SERDANG
Unfortunately, one of our colleagues had to leave the company, hence a gathering and makan session was taking in place for her last day. The decided dinner was a steamboat located somewhere in Serdang. I could not exactly remember the previous time I had a decent steamboat dinner, since it is not actually a popular dining style back in my hometown, Kuching. The idea of getting your hands dirty, putting in effort to cook your own dishes, facing the smoking oil and sticky atmosphere are not very inviting. All these, come with an exception, that is if you are with a HUGE group of really crazy people.
THE FOOD ON THE TABLE
The dinner was fantastic, the selection of food was really good, considering ample choices and varieties of meat, seafood, and lots of steamboat-able food. I was somewhat feeling really lazy to move much though, since everyone else was moving around already. I guess it was not that bright of a day for me, since I felt really drained right after work, and the constant throbbing in my head was not helping at all, probably due to immense lacking of sleep for the past few nights of the week. Nevertheless, throw in smiling faces, noisy Jeremy, and echoing non-stop laughing actions, the night soon liven up, and I was feeling much better already.
LIH SHIONG, CHIEW LING, and MOON
TING, WONG and KING
CHOONG, FONG and JEREMY
MOON and the FareWell Girl, WAI FAN
The night did not end just after the dinner, the entire bunch minus a few souls who left for some unexplainable reasons, strolled along the night for a drinking session. After all, our colleague, Wai Fan (sorry if I spelled your name wrong, I am not good in remembering Chinese names) deserved a proper farewell celebration, and I have always believed that a good celebration involves not only good food, but also decent amount of alcohol. So yeah, do forgive me if you see some abnormalities in the pictures on this entry, since I am writing this at ungodly 2 in the morning, still feeling a little tipsy from earlier session.
To Wai Fan, all the best in your future undertaking, and though the time we have known each other was rather short, and you being on another floor away from my level, I got to say that I have felt the sincerity and warmth from such a kind person you are. I do hope that you will keep that part true in yourself wherever you go, because it is a truly rare quality in people these days. Do take good care of yourself, and stay cheerful !!
I have more, heaps more to say, but I have to cut short here. Extremely busy weekend ahead. Gotta catch whatever little sleep I have left.