Saturday, April 4, 2009


"Let the power of mother nature work for you!" Say Yes to Fresh Apple! *bite*


I am still in the midst of adjusting myself into a three-legged octopus. Suffocated with three heavy-and-not-so-heavy assignments. Steel assignment, Engineering management research, Road engineering assignment. Deadline -Coming week-

Meanwhile, i am proud to declare to the whole world that ....

Golden card

Yes! Johnson Woan is officially a member of Institution of Engineering Australia. *puff up!* I am now one of the 400 IEAust members from Malaysia! **Hip hip hooray**...Don't ask me what's the benefits of being a member of IEAust, because firstly, i'm unsure too. Secondly, my lecturer forced asked me to register. Lastly, I think it's just cool to register as one.

Okay okay, i am just a student member of IEAust, not professional engineer yet.

I call this THE Golden card in my wallet. By all means, I have an international wallet now. Seriously man, I just feel extra patriotic when i am registered as a member of Engineering Australia. Weird.

*times up!* Gonna hands off from blogging and starts to fulfill my role as a Three-legged octopus.

camping in library at night

At least i update my blog ba.....=P


You sounded like you can't wait to move to Australia to live your live there...=)
And I'm kinda curious about the course you're taking now...Engineering... How did you at first know that you really wanted to be an engineer? Is it because you have the knowledge or it's because of the interest itself?

By Anonymous Janey, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 2:29:00 AM GMT+8  


Janey: Thanks for dropping by. At the first place, i also don't really sure which discipline should i take. But i am pretty sure engineering is a course that i do find "passion" in it. Thus, knowledge and technical skills come later when i start to get myself to touch more about Civil Engineering. :) Hopefully i have answered your curiosity. take care!

By Blogger Johnson, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 10:12:00 AM GMT+8  


wow! way to go johnson! I should have gone to that talk also! too bad i missed it. Hahaha. Lol.

Janey: i guess that knowledge and interest do play a part in making ur decisions. In the long run, perhaps johnson thought engineering would be something he would nejoy doing for the rest of his life, Hence his decision was made.

By Blogger ~K@cW3y~, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 10:14:00 AM GMT+8  


Finally an update...seems like there's no news from u recently...disappeared from earth temporarily...anyway, glad to know u r hiding in the library and not take care of ur health o bro...drink more water...proper sleep, go toilet more often, eat healthily...unfortunately, the pic of ur card doesn't show up...the benefit of becoming a member of IEA in the long run I guess, would be that you need to pay for annual fee which will cost you heaps..haha..and u can get that deducted from your tax payment..haha...Jia U bro!! :)

By Anonymous Mr. W, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 11:13:00 PM GMT+8  


Johnson: So I see...=) So what is your advice for someone who is planning to take Civil Engineering, but find no passion in it at all..?? I mean maybe that person has other things in his mind but...he is in a situation that made (or forced) him into taking Civil Engineering knowing that he will have to work extra extra hard for it... =/
Is it worth taking the risk?

By Anonymous Janey, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 11:35:00 PM GMT+8  


mr.w : yea, i did hear about the monthly payment thingy if one wants to be an official member of it. So now, since i have the "privilege" of becoming one FOC. better value it and grab this membership!! Yea, do keep me in prayer yea! Tx dude! =D

By Blogger Johnson, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 11:42:00 PM GMT+8  


janey: One thing that i believe in studying is passion. The passion that you have in choosing the right discipline you want. It is impossible to plan in taking CE if there is no passion in it at the first place. It's contradicting yea. Whether it is forced by parents or no other disciplines to choose from. After all, in the long run, it is still depend on the capability of the person in bringing forth his career, how far he will go. But one thing i do believe, "Passion" can drive one's career further....

Btw, do i know you?

By Blogger Johnson, at Saturday, April 4, 2009 at 11:59:00 PM GMT+8  


Sorry...Nope, I don't think you know me =) and I don't know you too... Just that I was attracted by your slogan/motto "All For God", which I think is a very powerful I liked dropping by... I hope you don't mind it =)cuz for now, I'm in need of finding a guide..

By Anonymous Janey, at Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 6:26:00 PM GMT+8  


janey: i see..ei, i never know i have a motto -All for God-. Hehe..where did you find it? ok. so hope that you will find your guide. Are you doing Engineering in Swinburne?

By Blogger Johnson, at Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 7:25:00 PM GMT+8  


I don't know where I found it... I was just browsing through the blogs then it just kinda pop into my screen, then the rest is just like that...haha =) And yes, you can say that I'm doing my Engineering in Swinburne=)

By Anonymous Janey, at Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 10:57:00 PM GMT+8  


janey: okay. Thanks for dropping by. see you.

By Blogger Johnson, at Monday, April 6, 2009 at 11:21:00 AM GMT+8  


*Oops* Sorry, my bad... I've mistaken "john4god" for "All for God"... I'm so sorry =o I must have been half-conscious when I THINK I saw =p

By Anonymous Janey, at Monday, April 6, 2009 at 4:45:00 PM GMT+8