Started with about 6 weeks of hard work, living in an uncomfortable space, a teammate getting all hysterical by supernatural (gosh that was scary especially when i was living alone in the first week of stay), showering and drowning black millipedes, smacking and killing countless amounts of cockroaches with a broom stick like almost everyday, walking to and fro to the moot court for training with my bag slowly ripping apart, BUT YET.....and YET.... wait for it.......it was all LEGENDARY!
Forget the complaints that I've ranted earlier. Let's move on to the most beautiful and precious memory I can never have in the future as this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
21st August 2011 is the most historical day of my life.
JAPAN. Yes Japan. Miss V was there for 6 sweet days and she was there not only for jalan-jalan but also for her Tanah Tumpahnya Darahku, Malaysia! Woo hoo... Im sure the Prime Minister couldn't care less on what she did for Malaysia. Lol....
Neway, yeah, UniSZA (my universiti tercinta yang tak kenal siapa saya) was selected to represent Malaysia for the International Law Moot Court Competition "Asia Cup 2011" organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan after winning the National round.
Cool heh?? hehe....
Here are some of the photos during my trip to Japan. :-)
For the first time in the Mooting history of UniSZA, we manage to grasp the 2nd Best Memorial Award, and as for the ranking, Malaysian team manage to jump 3 spots up from last year despite the absence of professional training and guidance.
I sincerely hope and pray AND beg UniSZA to provide a Professional Coach for the future Mooting of UniSZA. Results could have been better, at least I don't feel stupid when submitting because I must admit that, my knowledge in Public International Law is still lacking. :-(
But anyhow, we did our best and the experience and new friends we met was overall.......wait for it............wait for it...............................
Getting ready for submission..... HAIK!! Gambateh!!
Here's for UniSZA and Malaysia.
I do hope that I don't have to wear this boring outfit for the rest of my life. ;-)
Here's to Yota the most handsome Japanese guy i've met so far.... LOL.
Ok fine if you don't think so... :-p ....
One man's meat is another man's poison :-P
Miss V hopes for more support.