Wednesday, February 20

I Finally Got A Girlfriend!

It's a new Chinese year & time does fly by when you're having a good time. I've been away for more than 2 weeks! CNY has basically been early mornings & late nights. It's the one time of the year when I get to visit people's houses & get served like a boss. I eat their food & I even get paid to do it! Good times!
I also hung out with old friends who come back once a year & visited greying relatives who are starting to forget who I am. I love them all & miss them so much.

Anyway, I've got something non-teachery to share.
I've been keeping it quiet on the social media because I want you to be the first to see it & read about it here!
Well, I've met someone & she's awesome! She's so awesome she let me write this blog post about her! Let me tell our story from the very beginning.

This is not quite the love story you'd expect.
I first got to know about her through a mutual friend. I hung out with him some time during the middle of last year. We discussed passions in life & then somehow got to this topic. We discussed personal preferences & options available in our lives. My friend listened intently to me & mentioned that he happened to know this great Japanese Thai with an adventurous personality. He wanted to hook us up but told me to check her out online first.

I did just that but I did not really like what I saw. She was fair, athletic & had wondrous curves but there was something about the way she looked that didn't particularly appeal to me. Yes, I can be quite picky. Why not? A relationship is going to take a lot out of me. Esp if this turns out to be something for the long term. I cant possibly wake up every morning & stare at a face that didn't particularly appeal to me, right?

But still, she intrigued me. I wanted to get to know her & maybe just make a new friend. I called my friend & we set up a meeting.
We met for the first time in December. The first time I saw her, she took my breath away. She was nothing like her photographs. She looked even better in person!

Her skin was fair & glowing. She had large lovely eyes which curved upwards at the ends. When she smiled, I swore the whole room lit up. She had a powerful deep voice that felt like honey to my ears & turned me on intensely.
She looked great without make up. Seriously. She wouldn't need any make up or accessories.
There is no other like her. She is unique & perfect the way she is. Right there & then, I knew: I had to make her mine.

She had an interesting life story too.
Her parents are actually Japanese. But, they made her in Thailand. She's currently residing in KL but she doesn't like it there. After a few dates, I could tell that she liked me too. She was willing to move down to Kuching or Sibu. She liked the charm & intimacy of smaller cities & hated the congestion of big cities like KL or Tokyo.

During Chinese New Year, she came to Kuching & we spent a lot of time together. She even followed me to Sibu (but stopped short of getting on an express boat with me to school)! hahaha~~
I couldn't get enough of her. I neglected my friends, my family & my blog. I just loved going places together & listening to her deep voice.
We share many similar interests like travelling, sports, adventure, nature & we both liked speed.

My family was particularly excited to meet her. Especially my sisters & cousin sisters. They all wanted to see her & touch her. They asked me a lot of questions about her. My family & friends who have seen us say that we look great together. A good sign.

The thing is she is so good physically, she blows my mind. It is really easy to know which buttons to push because she is so responsive. She is always ready to go. Anytime. Anywhere. The first time I had her in between my legs, she was radiating power & strength. She had so much stamina & power in that small engine. It's unbelievable. She is also very loud. She isn't shy about showing she's having a good time. Gosh, she turns me on so bad!

It had been a long time fantasy of mine to have something like her. I'm living a big boy's dream come true!

Click to see a picture of my new girlfriend & I. CAUTION: Not for Kids! (Like this is going to stop you.)
Read this piece again after viewing the picture. ;-)

Sunday, February 3

Janji Ditepati In Kuching

Over the long weekend last week, I took my straight A PMR students all the way from the lush rainforests of Katibas to the asphalt kingdom of Kuching. We spent the long weekend sightseeing, dining & meeting people.
Last year, I promised that every straight A student would receive a fully sponsored trip to Kuching. And, as an infamous ladies man would say... Janji Ditepati.

Over that same weekend, a few people surprised me with their questions. They said some pretty harsh things about the people group my students came from. I had the impression that they were severely looked down upon by some wealthier city folks.
There were also people who could not understand that there was nothing in it for me. They kept looking at what I was doing in many twisted angles trying to figure out how I would benefit.

Honestly, I do not treat my students for who they are. I treat them for who I know they can be.
I do not give in order to gain from them. I give so that they may, in turn, give to others.
I live a full life. I have many great friends who believe in what I do. I have a healthy body & I exercise regularly. I live beneath my means & can afford many luxuries.
I don't need anything from my students. In fact, I am in a great position to give for I give out of abundance. Some people have way more than me but they clench it in their bulging bellies & airtight fists whilst thinking others are the same.

Many of my students come from poverty or broken families getting by with around RM500 a month. That is an unimaginable sum for many of you reading this now. Many have never set foot in Kuching. Many have never even been out of the jungle.
This lack of exposure to the outside world has caused many of them to be limited mentally or have their thoughts narrowed by their environment.

As a result, you will find that in a rural setting like this, young girls get married off by their parents at the first suitor, quit school & become housewives. Also, the smarter girls who could have had a better life, instead have dangerous boyfriends, have sex, get pregnant & leave school in shame. I have seen this all too often. Some of my ex-students are already divorced with kids before 20.

I want so desperately to show them that there is more to life & that there is a whole wide world out there for them to explore & thrive in. But persuasive words alone can only go so far. Also, it is not possible for me to bring all of them on trips into the world. Fortunately, I have just enough resources to do it for the few of them with the potential to make the best of it.

Anyway, enough of my philosophical nonsense. Time for some sharing & pictures!

We took 3 boats to Kuching & 3 boats back. Departing at 7am & arriving at 4.30pm.
I put them up at Beds Guesthouse which is owned & run by a friend of mine.
I wanted to expose my students to the foreign travellers there.
THE Kuching icon.
You haven't been to Kuching if you haven't had a picture with this cat.
We visited the Sarawak Museum. The oldest museum in Borneo.
Took a boat ride across the river to see Fort Margherita & the new State Assembly building.
We visited the legendary Mount Santubong.
The Sarawak Cultural Village is a must.
I wanted them to be proud of their culture & never forget their roots.
I treated them to Kolo Mee, Laksa, Kueh Chap, Belacan Bee Hoon, Cha Kueh, Rojak, Ice Kacang,
lunch at Bing! & dinner at Basaga.
I also arranged for people who have lived exemplary lives to join us for a few of our meals.
First time at a beach. Cute. =)
How can I be sure that the kids I took on this trip will be any different? I don't.
I can lead a horse to water but I cannot make it drink. I shared with them my ideals & leave the rest up to them.
And that's the beauty of it, for whatever they choose for themselves will be even more meaningful than something I have imposed on them. What matters is I saw a need & I did my little bit of good. If more people in the world did the same, we'd be living in an utopia.

All in all, I've spent less than half a month's salary on this trip for 4, but I believe it has made a lifetime of significance.
It's worth every cent because of the invaluable experiences my 3 students have had & the inspiration their stories will be to others. Let's hope that it sparks the beginning of an intellectual revolution deep in the wilderness.

Check out all the pictures here on my FB Page.

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