Goodbye Inti

First of all, my girl had no intention to start college early. She wanted to wait for her results first which was in April. But unfortunately in Dec last year, she received a letter from the National Service whereby she was needed to join in the camp.The only source for her to defer was to enter college. She chose Inti in Nilai. 

When she received her results and it was good, my husband and I thought it would be good for her to go Form 6 so that she could apply for local universities for her degree later on. As such our financial burden would be lessen.

She was alright with our point of view and so she had sent in her withdrawal form.

Two days ago, I drove all the way to Nilai to meet her. I helped her to carry her stuff to the car. I reached her place at about 12.30pm and by the time we were ready to go, it was already almost 2pm.

We took some pictures of the campus first before we went for our late lunch. I was already so hungry.
We went to the nearby eateries near Inti.

my girl had economy rice

whereas I had pan mee which was so satisfying!


Comments

  1. What a smart and brilliant girl with good results, making mummy and daddy proud! Goodbye Inti!!!

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    1. The degrees from local universities are often grabbed by big companies who sometimes felt that overseas grads could be a snob and too demanding for high salaries!

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    2. You are such an easy going person who can eat anything! Even Pan Mee could me you feel satisfied! Good!

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  2. Although it had to end but it was a good experience for your girl to study for a short while in Inti. All the best to Jenn!

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  3. Simple but satisfying meal! I like to eat pan mee.

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  4. Have a good day Wenn! Enjoy the day!

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  5. Form 6, is it equivalent to 'A' Level?

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  6. well i think we have some differences on our
    schooling system, is that "form 6" were some sort of sectioning students?

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    1. Form 6 is the highest schooling system.

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  7. well the campus looks great! neat and
    i love their slogan! where stars are born haha

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  8. the economy rice? is that some sort of student's budget meal?
    does it comes with different dishes? I think those on her
    plate looks yummy

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    1. Economy rice is cheap and we can choose any kinds of dish that we want.

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  9. that meal you had was interesting too!
    but is that fulling enough? haha
    in my case id rather have that economy meal

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    1. yes, I was so full as pan mee is rather filling..

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  10. have a great day and happy blogging wenn!
    take care always and god bless you

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  11. Wow, she must be very smart as she gets such a good result to enter the local u!!! =]

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  12. So now she is back in IPOH! Form 6 starts late, right?

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    1. she has to report to the school on the 8 May..

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  13. Glad to know that her results are good!

    All the best to your girl!

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  14. Congrats to your girl for her good results!

    And welcome back to Ipoh for furthering her studies in Form 6.

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  15. Taking form 6 to secure a place in local university is a brilliant idea. I second you and your hubby's decision.

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  16. oh.. so that's a brief few months being an Inti-an for your girl.. but i guess the decision to go Form 6 and then into a local university is a smart idea too.. :)

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  17. i am sure your girl is going to miss the days in Inti.. so she will be doing her Form 6 in Ipoh??

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  18. Oooh she is going for Form 6. Guess she will be back with her school mate. Happy

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    1. Congratulation to your girl for her good result

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