Monday, 31 March 2008

Reflection 2: My dream

My dream is to become a national swimmer like Tao Li because I like to swim and has a great intrest in swimming. This dream allows me to gain glory for me and let my parents be proud of me because I started swimming when I was 6. I plan to go for training more about 3 to 4 times a week to get into the Olmpics or any other important competitions. I think people should have dreams so that there is a goal in our life.

Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Personal Response 1: Racial Harmony

3. a) I think racial harmony is a time when people from different religion communicate, make friends with each other and study/work together.
b) Misunderstanding can cause quarrels, fights and or maybe the chinese, indians, malays and eurasians might have their own town in Singapore like back in the 1980s.
c) If there are no races, other people could not know each other's traditional food, clothes and rituals.
d) We can encourage them by playing together, helping them and studying together.
e) We should organise games, talk about each different race and their culture

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Reflections 1: Looking Foward

Phew! The exams are finally over! I did very bad for Maths and Science while good for English and Chinese. I felt that I can do better and by doing that, I got to cut down the time playing and watching television. In class I should also pay more attention and talk less in class. My parents are not satisfied with my current marks. I also need to be doing more assement for the coming Semestral Assement 1 and PSLE the following year. I want to be like my cousin, she scored a very good mark for her 'O' level and her parents rewarded her with a sony VAIO and a new phone.=)

Monday, 10 March 2008

On your mark! get set! Go!!!!!

Wow! Look at the swimmers! They are all getting ready for their competition.:)

Swimming carnival

On the 7-3-08, our school organised a swimming carnival. I got third in the competition and my timing was 46 seconds. It is better than my usual training timing.