About Alphonso Tan

Born in 1988 - Male - Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – PTS > UPSR > PMR > SPM > Currently Diploma in Business Studies (Accounting) - Tunku Abdul Rahman College

I'm a procrastinator, and I usually struggle during the exam periods.

Holla!

(Posted on Thursday, February 15, 2007 at 1:18 AM)

Hello, everyone. I hereby to promote introduce myself as a new contributor of this blog. My name used throughout on the internet world is Alphonso. My real name will remain as a secret as I have a bad goodwill and reputation from my teachers and friends :P

I’m from Kuala Lumpur, and I’m currently pursuing a Diploma in Business Studies (Accounting) at Tunku Abdul Rahman College (this is the only choice I could afford :-( ), as I am a money-minded guy. I finished my SPM 2 years ago from an infamous secondary school. Prior to that, I was fortunate to obtain a quite satisfactory result, but also a quite sadistic grade. I scored 9 A’s and 1 C (what a bummer). Frankly speaking, I do not know how I got a C5 for my Biology. Maybe it is due to the lack of interest and understanding of it, especially on the Reproduction chapter. However, I was very doubtful and fortunate enough to obtain an A1 for my English 1119 GCE ‘O’ Levels, But until today, I didn’t find it useful for me, except for showing off.

I speak English at home, but I’m not a totally Banana-man. I know how to communicate and write in Chinese too! Although I have a good result for my English GCE ‘O’ Levels and I speak English at home, trust me, my English sucks a lot. You would probably spot errors and mistakes here and there in my articles or essays.

I have a personal blog at here, which is mostly about my ramblings of my daily life. Unfortunately, I reset the blog for some reasons. Hopwfully no one will mind it.

At last, I, as a student in Malaysia, or as a Malaysian student, wish to contribute to this blog, as I would like to be a member of the Malaysia Students community. Hopefully dear readers will give support by reading this blog. Post a comment, and I’m sure the contributors here will appreciate it ;-)

Finally, thanks to everyone.

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