First quarter of the semester

Hey guys; So, the fourth week of the semester has ended, marking the end of the first quarter of the semester. Yes, from here on out I plan to wra up every quarter of the semester. Since there are roughly sixteen weeks of classes, I plan to divide the semester into four quarters, each lasting …

Good-bye articles

Hey guys; Remember in my last post I stated that I might move non-life-related articles to somewhere else? Well, that day has come. After a bit of time considering, I decided that it is best to move them to a separate website. The new website is also powered by WordPress.com, so importing those articles is …

The future of non-life-related articles on this blog

Hey guys; Those of you who have been reading this blog for some time will have seen occasional posts not relating to my life and not about updates done to this blog. But for those of you who just started reading my blog recently, you probably won't see those posts, unless if you use the …

An alright start to the second chapter of my university life

Hey guys; So, the first week of the new chapter in my university life have just ended. Overall it was fine; there weren't any interesting events yet. As for classes, since it was just the first week, the sessions were mainly introduction sessions, where the structure, course content, and/or course assessment methods are explained. There …

The longest holiday ever is drawing to a close

Hey guys; Finally! After four months, the long, unforgiving, boring, and lonely holiday is now drawing to a close. This holiday is probably my least productive holiday ever, but that is chiefly down to the pandemic-induced lockdown that began in mid March. All of this is of course thanks to some certain few infection clusters …

Another freshman welcoming event

Hey guys; Remember I hinted a while ago of a second freshman welcome event at Thammasat University? Well...today that event has arrived. Overall it was an alright event, not that much different from the one last month (this does not take into account the obvious differences such as the participants and staff as well as …

The first significant event since the Friday kitchen trip that isn’t suck!

Hey guys; Well let's be honest here, today's event has been foreshadowed for a little while already. I was just too lazy to write about it. Once again, the fallout from the pandemic is so bad that I literally lost my appetite to feel excited for pretty much any upcoming events. Honestly, today's event didn't …

The best and worst years at STA

Hey guys; As promissed earlier, here's a post where I talk about the best and worst years at STA, from my experience. This is a direct follow-up to my last post, where I talked about the best and worst years at MUIC. Without further ado, let's jump right into the time machine and go back …

The best and worst years at MUIC

Hey guys; So, while boredom and loneliness continues to rain supreme, I decided to take a look back and see, throughout my time at MUIC, which years are the best, and which are the worst. Since I've only spent a little under five years there, there would only be one entry for the best and …

Wrapping up the first half of 2020

Hey guys; So, with only about a week left until June comes to an end, I thought it's about time that I wrap up what's going on during the first half of the year. Of course, the Covid-19 pandemic dominated the first half of the year, and will continue to be so for at least …

A time of boredom and loneliness

Hey guys; I know, it has been a month since my last post. But that's not because I decided to quit writing posts on here; the reason for the lack of posts is that, for the rest of May and up until now, there was literally nothing to write about (yeah, thanks to the COVID-19 …

The first chapter of my university life has drawn to a close

Hey guys; Before getting to the brief summary of my time at Mahidol University International College (MUIC) and saying thank you to everyone who helped make my time at MUIC a good one, let's get to wrapping up this academic year as...turns out, this is indeed the shortest academic year yet, as I've managed to …

Boredom, loneliness, and sadness

Hey guys; The three words in the title pretty much summed up my experience right now. The situation in Thailand continues to worsen, with number of confirmed cases increasing in double-digit figures. This week, up until now, has been a very boring and lonely week for me. With classes canceled and the government advising against …

The alternate timeline of this semester

Hey guys; Just like with the last semester, for this semester I would also like to explore how this semester would be like in an alternate timeline, now that this semester has come to an end, albeit very, very abruptly thanks to Covid-19. Unlike with the last semester, where there are two possible timeline - …