It was two weeks ago when I first joined GAC dinner. I was very well aware that I knew no one there but still, I was determined to go so, probably I can meet cool people.
To my surprise, tt was completely different from what I had experienced back in Shanghai. That’s when I realised that being an intern is completely different compared to being a local. It’s so sad that I did not feel so hype and stuff anymore.
Still, I managed to get close to a few interns. Plus, a friend that I made through Facebook was there too. She came from Singapore and is very excited to build her network here. After dinner, we decided to chill a little bit at Changkat Bukit Bintang. I was still in the midst of recovering from food poisoning so, I did not take any alcohol. Angie not drinking at a bar, surprise, eh?
This is the girl aforementioned. She is really cool and outgoing. I hope we will hang out more often since we are both staying in Kuala Lumpur.
These are the people that joined us at the bar. The ones in the middle are AIESEC Taylor’s University College’s new generation. At the dinner, they were confused when I told them I was from AIESEC TUC. What can I say? I am an alumnus now! Nobody in the LC knows me anymore. However, I believe I left my legend behind, I think.