About jjme

Born in 1985 - Female - From Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia - Currently in Houston, Texas, USA - UPSR > PMR > SPM > Grade 12 Ontario Pre-U Certification (Canadian Pre-U (CPU) Equivalent) - Columbia International College, Hamilton, ON, Canada > Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering - University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada > Worked as a Process Engineer at NOVA Chemicals, Joffre, Alberta (Canada) > A registered Professional Engineer (P.Eng) in Alberta as of September 2011

Pure Asian in heart and soul – always have been and always will. She loves to eat delicious food, cooks and explores new recipes. A firm believer that seeing the world with your own eyes is the best gift life can offer.

Greetings!

(Posted on Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at 7:45 AM
Updated on Sunday, March 18, 2012 at 3:26 PM)

Hello! This is jjme and I am delighted to be a contributor to this site. Here’s a little bit about my background:

I was a student of SK/SMK Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya. In January 2003, I was enrolled in Columbia International College (CIC) in Hamilton, ON, Canada. There, I took a 7-month intensive Grade 12/Pre-U course and graduated with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). The OSSD is a CPU/A-levels/STPM equivalent program allowing entry or credit transfer into any university (even in the AUS/NZ/UK/US). That same year, I got accepted into the engineering program at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada. I graduated with a Bsc. in Chemical Engineering in April 2007. Then, I worked as a process engineer for four years at NOVA Chemicals, Joffre site, Red Deer, AB, Canada. Currently, I'm a resident of Houston, Texas, USA, and happily married to a petroleum engineer ;)

Briefly, I enjoy sharing my experience as a foreign resident in the world of the West; anything from student and working life, to culture change or engineering field insights. As I am no longer a student, I probably won't have many blog entries here. You are most welcome to visit my personal blog at www.jjme.wordpress.com. All the best in your search for the most rewarding education/career path!

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