Sunday, July 22, 2012

Peach again!

Salam, and hello people.

Seems like I can't stop myself from wasting another time by posting more picture on my blog even though I am supposed to write 2 more essays(reports) or study for tomorrow's Regional Economics in Middle East paper. :p

Yesterday was my friend's birthday so we went to dinner together to celebrate it. The restaurant was in a shopping complex near train station, serving sooooo many kind of tarts and cakes. We too quite a long time to choose what to eat and I'll go there again definitely to have their tarts.

Peach tart

I choose season tart, that was Peach tart for July, as I already wrote that I loooove white peaches. Sliced peach on top were really soft and sweet, akhirnya dapat jugak rasa sweets yang ada buah peach yang sedap. Nyum nyum! There were like more than 10 tarts to choose, and I want try Strawberry and Raw Chocolate Tart for next time.

Today was a little bit more productive than yesterday, I woke up in 10am and went to library near my university, sign up for membership to borrow a book to write my report (which was not in my uni's or my town's library and cost me 5000yen if I bought it by Amazon). I wanted to ride my bicycle from my uni to the library but somehow I couldn't find mine, I think I already put it back at where I always park my bike but ntah I don't know why it's not there. So I had to walk to there about 30min, luckily I wore sneakers and it was nice weather today so walking was not that hard. The library was not that big but really comfortable and lady who showed me how to use it was so nice, I think I want to go there everyday to read books when my exams are over.

 I used to be ulat buku, I really loved to read. When I was a kid, library was "heaven" for me. My mom used to drop us at library near our place at morning and she picked us up in 5pm when the library is closed. But when I returned to my country, I lost my interest to read because books in English or Malays didn't excite me. My uni's library is really big and looks anciently cool (lol) but books there are not that eye-catching, it's more academic, more like books to feed your brain. Books in book stores are interesting but I think it's not worth to pay much for a book, I read really fast that's why I won't buy a book unless I think the joy it can give to me is more than the price. I rarely buy a manga because manga do not have much words or lines, I can finish a manga in really short time and 460yen is pricey for 30min joy. That's just my opinion. Yes, books in library are not so up-to-date by usually it has many fun-to-read books. That's why I love local libraries.

I read in an article that one of reason why social status is inherited is because parents with high education level usually values knowledge and they have many books in their house, from easy picture books for kids, novel for young adults and academic books. So their children can satisfy their thirst for knowledge by reading materials suited for their levels. In future, I want to build mini library in my home too. Reading is fun. It's a good source of entertainment. Music is not. I don't want my children to listen too much music, unless it's classical ones like Mozart or Bach.

Ok now I should go to study or go to bed to sleep early for tomorrow.

Thanyou for reading.


  1. wow, that cake! it's.. I want some :)
    The Library, I wish I had one nearer my house, I love reading, and I will always do. Now I'm reading a book and had another in my "books to read" list.
    And I agree with you about what you read in that article, and I also want my kids to enjoy reading!

    1. Hi Laila! I missed you!
      Yes reading is really fun, but some how I can't find time to read, maybe after all the exams are done, I will do. Do you have any recommendation?

    2. I missed you too :) sorry I've been a bit busy and haden't time to log in in blogger. Well I like books who have some history on it, I mean they also have other kind of things like romance, suspense, but also history :)So if you like them too I will recomend some :D

  2. Salam,

    Hi Rashka, what course do you take at Japan recently? Are you under any scholarship from JPA or Mara? Hehe just to know a lil bit since i would love to further my study there.. But im considering to take art line. Do you have senior or junior from Msia study other than engineering/IT at Japan? Thanks :)

    1. Salam,
      I study liberal arts here under JPA. No of undergraduate liberal art students are not as many as engineering student, I think only below 10% of total no of students are studying accounts/economics/politics/international relation/etc. Only JPA students who did their preparation course at IBT or Petronas students are studying liberal arts. Maybe Monbukagakusyo also offer scholarship but I'm not sure. If you mean like animation, drawing or music, there's quite a no of Malaysian studying here too. :)

  3. Owh thanks a lot for your time, I appreciate that so much :)

    Actually I am considering to further my masters there, since most people said before that postgrad programmes usually will be held in English language.
    So thanks ya, Im considering it :))) Ramadhan mubarak, may Allah bless you insyAllah.