January In Retrospect


I blink January’s lashes and gush down December’s cheeks
― Sanober KhanTurquoise Silence

2017 January In Retrospect


I have been thinking a lot about my future prospect like continuing to master degree or just packing my bag home and finding a job in Malaysia, but I strongly want to stay, here, in Japan. The desire for me to try my luck and experiencing Japan working system is huge. To be honest, when I made this post, I sort of made up my mind already. I’ve been doing job hunting like going to seminars, interning, and a 交流会、exchanging information with other foreign students from different universities and asking advice from the students who’re working here. I’ve applied for a job that is related to the hotel and tourism industry and Alhamdulillah I managed to pass the first interview thus leads to another internship.


The 3-days internship is mandatory for those who want to get a job (it may vary depends on the company). Mine is only 3 days that I just completed last Wednesday. It was different compared to the first time I did my intern. This time, it is a company so the number of employees is way bigger, the office is located in the heart of Osaka, tall storey building, very corporate-ish. Is that even a word?. But the best thing about both of my intern experience was the fact that they are fine with me wearing casual attire.


After finishing my psychology paper, my housemate and I decided to take a break in Kyoto. We had a fun time playing tourist at Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Kimono Forest and eating lots of ramen.


I guide a family of six and brought them to Kyoto Toei Studio Park another name; Kyoto Eigamura. If by chance, anyone reading this blog needs a service of tour guide around Kansai area (Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Nara) with affordable price, do e-mail me. LOL. I’ll guide you to the right path. Read: Sitratul Mustaqim.

Ninja Kyoto Toei Studio Park


Spring break has started and I’m finally home. Yay!

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  1. A great experience ait to stay away from our homeland, to see and learn about other’s culture and life…Good luck there! Hopefully you’ll find a job ASAP… first round interview and many more!!! 😀

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