Hey! Aren't we all?
That's the funny thing about
Thus having said that, my life has its ups and downs, and only so little time to share it with the World (Family, Friends, and You!). What I have experienced could be what you are going through or just something that you find interesting. Either way, i'm glad you dropped by :)
I've always thought blogging was a waste of time and it wastes peoples time. Until recently, when I reacquainted with a long time very good friend whom I used to chat from night to dawn. It was refreshing yet weird to reignite this friendship, as I never really understand why we lost contact for so long (almost 11yrs ago) - it was most likely me, having to study overseas and losing touch with my roots. Nevertheless, I'm really happy to have reconnected again.
So this good friend is an experienced/pro blogger and is an owner of a blog related company, and told me about what blogging is all about - putting your thoughts out loud, sharing ideas/knowledge/news, and earning money from it. Most of the time i'm already sharing my ideas/knowledge/news to my family and friends; the worst part is having to repeat the same thing to each person over and over again. So I thought about it, and this is really me going, "I've nothing to loose by trying it out."
So here I am giving it a go and it's been fun, so far...
My name is Sherwyn Chin Jun Ming.
Born in Malaysia. Schooled in an International School, from Kindergarten till about Mid-Secondary. Left to Australia for boarding school. Came back to Kuala Lumpur cause I was too much to handle there. Worked in dad's old corrugated paper factory, till I got my license to become a salesman for a year and half. Met the love of my life. Did Pre-University in Sunway, got diploma. Went into University to discover I have always hated lectures & books. Been working in new 'family' business ever since.
That just about sums up my entire life in super duper simple mode.
I'll be keeping this blog updated to feed you the latest happenings in my life and things that would entertain both you and me.
Thanks for visiting and hope to see you again!
Note: I know alot of you are thinking "International School Brat" or "Snotty Brat" or "Lan Ci Chai". Please do bear in mind that it is a common stereotype of studying in an International School. Nevertheless, what you think is really up to you but please please please know that my parents work really hard to send my siblings and I to the best schools, as they never finished their education - being too busy taking care of my grandfathers asthma while packing cassette tapes to feed the family. while my mum was making soap and shampoo to fund her form 5!
Note: I used 'family' because dad says the business belongs to my siblings and I. He claims he built this business for our generation. I really appreciate and respect dad for thinking of us and putting all his heart into it - but i'd really wished that he could've asked us if we were wanting to fit the part. For more information on our family business, check out www.wespack.com.my