Friday, February 27, 2009


这是我第一个华文的部落格抒写 ^^

现在在差不多一样款式的课室,又因在同一楼而时常见面;所以偶尔会想起,以前在一起的时候,时间过得特别快。 每一天最痛恨的是放学,最开心的是上学;那时假期对我来说是地狱,直到。。。她上了网。每天第一件事就是去找她,见不到时就整身仿佛落了魂,行尸走肉。真的是,爱她爱到发狂。。。一点儿也没想到原来我在炼着将会插伤自己的,冷冰冰的刀。


Thursday, February 26, 2009

Reality check

Coming to think of it, a career of Physics in Malaysia will not take me very far... After much thinking, I'd prefer chemical or civil engineering as a second choice, forensics can do too.
Maybe until I have some money while working, then I'll pursue a degree, master or PhD in Physics. By the way, I may specify in Particle Physics, Quantum Mechanics or Astrophysics.
Wish me luck!

Friday, February 20, 2009

The road less travelled

Since I was knowledgable enough to understand how things work in this world, I was always fascinated with science, how it makes things work in the world and explains phenomena that occurs around us. This prompted me to be a Science student last year, to understand more about the laws of nature that governs everything.

I was, and is still now an astronomy buff, albeit less active in stargazing in the past three years. When I was little I was fascinated by the planets, stars and the cosmic matters far away, and read up on various subjects about it. I moved to the city later on with access to the Internet, and it proved to be a great treasure trove of imformation to further increase my knowledge in astronomy.

As I delved deeper, I started to gain exposure from "deep" topics such as wavelengths, quantum mechanics , space-time, and relativity (some basics only). I read books and information from Hawking, Einstein and other physicsts, and this sparked my interest in PHYSICS.
And so, I deviated.

So, I suppose my future career path lies in Physics. I'm quite sure because I tend to feel sleepy in Bio or Chemo, but not in Physics(teacher factor excluded, believe me, my Physics teacher sucks). I told my Ma that I want to futher my studies in Physics, and she laughed. "This is the first time I've heard of anyone wanting to study Physics!" she said. She then gave me other options such as material engineering, civil, metallurgy or something-like-that, all related to constructions. Maybe because construction is in my surname (Fong '房' means "house" in Chinese). So I started searching for career prospects in physics, and it all turned out quite fine for me. I can go into related fields like Biophysics, R&D, electronics, medical physics, even computing!

But if I really want to major in Physics, I'll need to sharpen my Maths! So, wish good luck to me!