Do you believe in those paid-SPM/PMR or whatever examination seminar? I don’t and I wouldn’t want to waste money on it. But the one I attended on last Sunday was different because it’s cheap, only RM5 and I got a file, unlimited supply of mineral water and a cake. Since it’s not expensive, I went to take a look with my classmate, hoping I can get some extra tips and information from the seminar.
Organized by the Penang Chinese Town Hall something-something and there’s 5 speakers for 5 subjects out of 11 subjects which I will be sitting for in the coming SPM exam in 18th November.
Look at the face or the organizer, why so serious?
Frankly speaking, most thing that they talked about it weren’t useful for us because our school teacher had already told us about it. The only interesting one is the speaker on Chinese Language which was a little bit interesting with some sense of humour.
Some part was too boring and we went out for breakfast before continue on. We had the famous Kuan Yim Temple Lor Mee.
Bad thing happened that they was that I got my first parking ticket! My friend told me that I should put coin into the parking machine but I insisted not to because I thought that it’s free on Sunday and Public Holiday. When I was going home, I saw a piece of paper clipping on the viper and I was nervous about it.
And yes, it’s a parking ticket. OMG, that’s my first time and feeling a bad and a little bit excited. I was feeling excited because I got content to write on blog. Haha. Just kidding.
The parking ticket fined is RM15 and luckily it’s not from the police but the city council.
I wasn’t wrong, parking is FREE on Sunday and Public Holiday, but it’s on the other street, at Beach Street. That was Pitt Street that I got my parking ticket. It’s just 2 block away and the parking fare is different. That sucks a bit. From a supposed to be RM0.80×4=RM3.20 became a RM15 parking rate. Now I know I must put in the coin on Sunday. So you guys beware too.