Besides getting myself into college, I am glad I joined AIESEC. In AIESEC, I have met a lot of people who are close to my heart. Being in the Executive Board also made me feel like I have gained another family outside of family. If you understand what I mean.
|EB team picture taken during AIESEC Taylors Awards Night 2011|
Being in a team does not just mean work. Personally, being in a team enables me to understand more about them. All of them are people who I would always cherish. People who I would give my best towards. I love my EB team, (From left to right) Alexander, Victoria, Wei Lim, Kavidha, David, Raymond, Joey, Carmen, Richard and Wan Sin.
Recently, we celebrated Alex's 21st birthday at a steamboat restaurant. It was a Sunday evening, we decided to coincidentally meet up in Lakeside and bump into Alex. I wonder if we were obvious? Well, Alex seemed surprised, alright, maybe not but I am glad we celebrated with him. It was an evening that I will put into my, "never to be forgotten" memory box.
|Alex's birthday dinner at Tasty Pot, Mentari Court|
I have met people from AIESEC who will always remain close to my heart.
|Tee Wei Lim, my boyfriend. |
(Also Vice President of AIESEC Experience)
|Kavidha, she's like my elder sister.|
(Also Local Committee President of AIESEC in Taylors)
|Cham Zhi Yi, my little sister. (Also Organizing Committee President of RAwR)|
|Gong Zee Haw, my enemy and biffle.|
(Also team leader of Youth Development)
|Joey and Carmen|
(TOMORROW project director and VP Corporate Relations)
|Wan Sin and Victoria|
(VP Finance and Admin and Youth Development director)
|David Nge, very very annoying.|
(Also Talent Development director)
|Alexander Wong, favorite word "Kanasai", super nice also!|
(Also Youth Development director)
|Raymond Leong, heart of gold|
(Also Vice President of Communications)
|Richard Moh, my Ji Mui|
(Also Vice President of Non Corporate Relations)
|I love them. AIESECers of Taylors University.|