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My MMU interview
I went for an interview yesterday at the Multimedia University (MMU) in Cyberjaya. It was for the assistant manager post at the research & development division (R&D).
In order to make this story interesting, let me begin the story 2 days before the actual interview. Here we go… It all began when I was doing my “thing” at the office when suddenly a colleague of mine drop by the office and said that I should try applying for a job vacancy at MMU. Since I had nothing better to do (except for finishing my transcription…sorry boss…still on it) I just sent my resume via email. Bare in mind that I sent my resume for “suka-suka” (fun) I didn’t have any serious intention of going for the interview at that time.
The next day I received a call from a representative from MMU asking me if I was willing to attend the interview session for the assistant manager post tomorrow. Since I had nothing better to do (hehe) I said yes.
On the interview day itself I asked a friend of mine who is already working there to accompany me for morale support. But since he had other work to do he accompanied me for a brief period and gave me the “secret weapon” for the interview. You’ll never guess what it is......he gave me an orange coloured tie. Yes folks the competitive edge for an interview at MMU is the official TM orange tie. I’m not kidding…that tie really is a plus.
Although I arrived early, I still became the last person to walk in for the interview because the lists of candidates were according to alphabetical order. I waited 3 hours. YES 3 HOURS. From 3 pm to 6pm. All I could think of at that moment was (Zzzzzz).
Finally it was my turn to shine. I must admit that I was a little overwhelmed when I walked into the meeting room. There was not 1, not 2 but 5 interviewers. Yes 5… To make a long story short…the interview went well and the result…..I’ll be posting that soon….
Assalamualaikum Famili2 /Sahabat2 (kaki travel) .... Hari ini saya ingin kongsikan trip famili saya ke Kota Kinabalu, Sabah pada 27 - 30 April 2017. Sebenarnya trip ini terdiri dari 2 keluarga iaitu keluarga saya dan keluarga sahabat saya. Disini saya akan kongsikan total kos trip famili kami yang terdiri daripada 4 dewasa 4 kanak-kanak dan 1 infant untuk rujukan tuan/puan. Tanpa melengahkan masa lagi....HERE WE GO Day 1 - Bertolak dari KLIA - KK - Kundasang (27 April 2017)
Memandangkan famili kami menaiki satu kenderaan, kami telah park di Blok A (jangka masa panjang) parking KLIA. Untuk 4 hari, kos parking adalah RM144. Tuan/puan boleh refer details di sini http://klia.info/parking.htm
Day 2 - Bangun Pagi (28 April 2017) Hari kedua bangun pukul 5.00 pagi (sebab tido awal malam tadi) Nasib baik air panas ada kalau tak memang tak mandi hahahaha. Aktiviti pertama pagi ini adalah bergambar dengan Gunung Kinabalu
Tempat pertama yang wajib singgah (bagi kami) adalah Desa Dairy Cattle Farm. Tapi sebelum tu kita breakfast dulu di gerai2 yang terletak berhampiran pekan kundasang. Sebenarnya ada banyak gerai/kedai makan belakang KFC tu. Ade je nasi lemak, roti canai, bakso dan macam2 lagi. Next stop Desa Dairy Cattle Farm.
To tell the truth, I never took
my family on holidays except for the occasional “balik kampung” trips or the
“ikut bersama ke” conferences and seminars, but never on a real holiday. So my
family and I decided to take our first international holiday trip to Melbourne,
Australia. I know what you’re thinking “kaya
giler mamat ni nk bawak satu family pi overseas….mampu ka???” and to be honest
I had the same thing running through my head. For that reason, tour packages were
a big NO for my family. This is why I would
like to share with you my family experiences and some tips on getting the best
bang for your buck. NOTE - this trip consist of 5
adults 3 children and 1 infant. Total cost for return tickets is RM7++ per adult The journey begins with AirAsiaX
NOTE - Since this is our first trip abroad using AirAsia, we just wanted to congratulate the crew for their excellent service and friendly smiles (Good job AirAsia!)