Monday, December 17, 2007

Nice Music Video

Came across this clip and reaaally love it! It's the winner of the Dashboard Confessional "Make your own music video contest", creatively using pasteboards to present the song..and the song is cool! Definitely a highly entertaining vid..enjoy!=)

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Thalassemia Family Day


Performed in the "Thalassemia Family Day" on 15th Dec, organized by paediatric department Hosp Taiping. The event took place in the famous spot, Zoo Taiping, but embarassingly to say, it was only my very first time to visit there after almost a year of working!=p


Performing to the staff nurses.
The show was kinda not so easy for me as I still find that card magic is generally more for the older age group of children, but the crowd there consists more of younger kids. Based on the experience I gained from Staedtler's show, luckily some simple coin/ rubberband tricks still work well for children=)



Me with the organizing committee, including Dr Saiful (Head of Paeds Department), Dr Siti Aisyah, Dr Mohana, Dr Ng and many of my colleagues. A very good job for them!=)

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

I'll be back, medicine!

I've finished my 4-month medical posting. Think I really enjoyed it. Some recollections:

1. I think the best thing in med is the weekly drug talk. There we'll be fed with fastfoods. HA. It's kinda funny to hear conversation like this on every wed, "What's today's drug talk about?""Hmm..i think it's KFC."

2. You know what's the most important thing before u do a digital rectal examination? Yes, check ur gloves. Be very careful as some are quite prone to rupture. No it happened to someone else..not me hehe.

3. To get to be a specialist too young is probably not a very good thing, sometimes. My specialist was asked by nurse, "Are you a new houseman?" a few times and what's more, he was asked to do blood-takin/ wardworks until they see his nametag "Pakar".

4. It's not uncommon to hav some staffs asking for MC with various reasons. Sometimes they tell "my bro's sick", or sometimes u'll hear the truth "My bro couldn't get up to work today." My advice: Never give or they'll come back a hundred times more.

5. Never underestimate how unpredictable a pt with frontal intracranial bleeding can behave. One second u see him on his bed, the next second u only see an empty bed with branula and urine catheter pulled out, and he's standing naked at the window there seeing views.

And many many more...

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