It has been a week, me here in Kuching. Some of you may already know that I have moved from Miri to Kuching in pursue of my career as a modern slave. I have been moving from one place to another place quite a number of times I think I am so used to it, it is part of my life now.
I was born in Kuching, then grew up in Miri. Then we moved to Sarikei when I was 9. I moved to Miri on my own to study at Kolej T.D.T.H Bujang when I was 13. The after SPM, I continued my tertiary education in UTM Skudai, Johor Bahru. After I finished my degree, I went to KL to work.
First work place was in Puchong, Selangor and I was staying at Kelana Jaya with bunch of friends. After two and a half year, I changed company and worked at Phileo Damansara. After few months in the company, I was assigned to an office in Kuching to monitor a project in Limbang. I spent few months in Kuching before I was called back to Damansara. By then I already moved out from my previous place in Kelana Jaya, so I stayed at Ampang.
Another few months passed by and I received another job offer to work in a new company.This time, I was told that I would be stationed in Miri, Sarawak. Few months after working in Miri, I was sent to Lahad Datu on a frequent basis to monitor a project there. And by end of last year, I got a new offer to work here in Kuching. From the discussion with the management, it seems like nothing is going to change (on the moving part) because I a going to make frequent trips (or probably stayed there during the project duration) to these places – Bintulu, Bakun, Tinjar, Baram, Miri.
Good things about moving from one place to another place – you get to meet new people, make new friends, exploring new places, activities.. expanding your social circle.
What am I blabbering here? Actually, I am just bored and I have no idea what to write for this blog. Friends asked me why I do not want to write about myself and my life. Well, the truth is that, there is nothing interesting about my life. I am a boring person. The ‘interesting’, juicy stories are not meant to be shared in public. That is why I choose to write about things happening around me. I can’t wait to get my hands on the Nokia Booklet 3G so I can have something to write about.
WOMWorld Nokia is sending me a Nokia Booklet 3G ‘mini laptop’ to play with. According to the DHL shipment tracker, it has arrived today, but I have yet to receive any call from DHL to collect it. They called me on Friday asking me about the shipment to confirm that it is a laptop of ‘Nokia’ brand. Probably afraid the customs would think it is a mobile phone, since *cough cough* some people think Nokia is all about mobile phones only. Keep you guys updated!