I was working in the new building and it seems to be at level 4. I was walking up and down, as usual and at one stage notice a few of the meeting pods and it seems very nice.
Then I was on my way down, I walk pass a few unfamiliar faces, perhaps new hires that came for interview, I thought. So I keep going down. It seems like I had pass level 4 without realizing it. I was in the lobby, so oh well, I just have to take the lift up again.
My five years old daughter asked me a question while we are all in the car yesterday, “What is the opposite of English?” We can try to guess, but in the end she answered “Chinese”, upon which all of us laughing.
I was helping a friend to register a domain. By registering a company first. The company is registered by calling a number in the Pokémon card. The first time we call, we end up taking with someone that is buying a company. Then we find out that there is a password that we had to tell the operator, so we had to try it again.
The second time around we manage to get through, the operator told us to wait, then she seems to be calling someone else to perform the action. All of this is done from the lead we get from a small kid riding with a bike who assist people setting up a company for $10 along with the domain name. I get to know the Pokémon card from an article I search which shows the photo of the kids and an half burnt Pokémon card, which someone had done a forensic on.
James bought us some rice noodles to share with Hui. It was so yummy. We had to heat it up with the match stick, and then let it run through the conveyor belt and at the end of the conveyor belt we can taste it. It taste so good that we want some more.
James actually bought 2 serving, one of the serving get stuck under the conveyor belt. So I took it out and Hui start eating them eagerly.