... hello visitor
welcome to mico's homepage.
this is my fourth try to make one, and after fooling around
with flash, as well as other fancy stuff, i finally decided to
go back to the basics; thus, this is it...
i am not going to bored you
with details of my previous failed attempts, so here is the
point of my homepage:
over the course of my life,
i have been graciously given the chance to travel to different
places, meeting many new people, and experience many new
things. there are regrates; however, they are all wonderful
i shall try to put them on the web so that you can share
enjoy your stay. :o
ps. no, you will not find any incriminating
another two months of absence.. yes, i know there isn't a consistency and i am away
more often then being on, this and that; blah, blah, blah..
so let's see what's has happened since the
last time i've posted something here...
kraft: srf, second review forcast,
was done last week; without any submissions, life is a bit
slower. however, six months actuals will be open in two
weeks of time and we are once agagin back to being busy.
this week is the ap finance conference,
being a lowly trainee, obviously i am not invited; however,
yesterday the ap office brought us, the analysts and the
"core" group to sovereign hill. the reason is for a
team-building event, but hey, free dinner and free site-seeing,
i am happy. anyway, sovereign hill is the location of australia's
gold rush, during the mid-19th century. in addition to being
a gold mine, it also is the location of a rebellion, from the miners
to the governing british rulers, later named "blood on the
southern cross," and the first pledge of
legion to a non-british flag on australia. it was a good
as the whole area is designed according to the time period and
they have people dressing up as the people of that period also.
in addition to walk around the area, we also go a tour of the
gold mine and pan for gold. unfortunately, i didn't got any
nor the gold is enought to make anyone rich, but it's a fun
experience for sure.
aiesec & others: it's going to be a long
weekend this weekend because of the queen's birthday; some trainees
have organized a trip to somewhere, and i am sure it's going to be
a lot of fun. last weekend there was another cook out, which
basically are trainees cooking something of their native food and
others eat. obviously, it's an gathering event.