About the Blog

Well, hello there!
This is a blog about Hapi/Vanilla Tea's life
You will be finding posts about food, personal things, acg related stuffs

WARNING: there is BL contents in some post as well as heavy use of Malaysian English! And also unrelevant fangirl spams everyw
here 8D

Sunday, September 16, 2012

♣Hi Filipinos ~ Lets head to the mall maybe?♣

September 15,

Other than transferring Schools, 
3 students from Philippines came to Korea in a student exchange program for 4 months, 
and they were assigned to live in the same dorm with me. 

Jin Sun was asked to leave the room to make room for the Filipino students, 
which leaves me and Ka bin left in the room to live with the rest of the other 3 Filipino students.

The Filipino students were respectively named Ivana, Tamara and Abigail (shall call her abby for now). 
They were all younger than me, around 14 and 15 years old –ish. 
Around the same age with Kristen and Lydia (my beloved sisters), 

Tamara and Ivana are like Lydia in halves and Abby totally reminds me of my moe anti-social sis Kristen which has the smile I totally adore in the whole wide world. 
The Filipino part reminds me of Marissa and Genma. 
Walao eh, I miss home just looking at them and relating them to the people I know.

After a week, I discovered how much they enjoyed books and offered them a tour to Coex, just to go to the book store there. Oh Coex is such a sinful place in deed! 
Lots of evil temptations such as 3ds and pokemon Plushes and that bookstore!!! 
Oh gosh so sinful just staring at all the English pokemon mangas and Japanese mangas!!!! 
Everytime I go Coex, for sure will pokkai wan!!!

But this time I went with some English speaking pals that could really speak English with me without boundaries.
 Okay if it were Malaysian it will be even better because I can spam all the LAHHHHHHHHHHHH and YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO and APAHALLLLLLLL hahhahah! 
But its really good enough lah.

We umm, rode the bus to seoul and the you know all those routines ok we can skip that.
In coex, we shop till we drop , ok maybe that’s just me because I had to scout for gifts all around for my besties and sisters and October was a month were everyone JUST HAVE TO BE BORNED DURING THAT TIME PERIOD DAMNNNNN.

(from left : abby, tamara and ivana)

Its okay, I love my friends so there goes my pocket money you people better love me okay? //bricked.
And of course, I in the end managed to get a snivy from the professor the toy shop next to the aquarium. Yay! Now I has all 3 bw starters! 
Still find my Char Char the best though HAHAHHAHHA.  
And yes also the sinful dreadful coex bookstore where I bought my BW BABIES AND PDP MANGAS  (the super shota version of koki which ok I can tahan quite moe //shotacon).

I also managed to try the ice cream from cream stone creamery that I really wanted to try for some time AND O AM GEE IT WAS GOOD I AM COMING HERE AGAIN NEXT MONTH PLEASEEEEEEEEEE .*A*

Anyway we came to an agreement to go the Coex of doom each month, because of the short stay in Korea. Below Is the loots I got, I am just crazyyyyyyy.

all the shopping bagssssssssssss

Thursday, September 13, 2012

♦Japanese Club: Lets make Takoyaki and yaki soba ♦

My homeroom teacher , Jo en Su was the adviser teacher for the Japanese club.
So I was pulled in to join the Japanese club inn Yo Go during CA hours on Fridays.

Usually I’d go for art club but its ok for a change once in a while, never joined a Japanese club before but sounds fun to understand and experience some Japanese culture in Korea. 

Why not? I am a closet fujoshi you know? OOT: OH MY ISSHUBABIESSSSS .

During my first visit to the Japanese culture club, the teacher decided to make takoyaki and yakisoba together. 

They even brought the takoyaki machine (which they bought all the way from sushiland omg so pro wei). 

The funny and awkward part was when the teacher acting like the total boss of the club and instructing the students how to cook and then whispered to me that this was actually her first time making these Japanese street delicacies LOL.

It was fun, we made really ugly takoyaki on our first try but on our third IT WAS AS IF IT WAS FROM THE STALLS OMG WE SO PROOOOO /bricked.

I tried cooking yakisoba, it was pretty fun! 
But then I get nervous when I cook in front of many people so I kept trying to make it look good. 
Overall it was a wonderful feast and experience.
I cannot wait for my next CA hour =v=/ 

 we gather to cooooookkkkk
 we mix the ingredientsssssssssss 
we cook the baconnnnnnnnnn

Monday, September 3, 2012

♠ Adieu Kyung Hwa EB, Hello Kyung Hwa Yo Go ♠

September 3, 2012.

The long summer holidays have ended in Korea, and the school gates are open once again.

When I returned back to school, the principle and higher ups decided to transfer me from Kyung Hwa EB high school to Kyung Hwa Yo Go.

I had been living in Korea and studying in EB high school for 6 months already. 
The higher ups decided to let me and the kyung hwa high school students to have more chance to interact.
This was also to give me more opportunity to make friends in kimchiland. 

The plan was really sudden, and it felt really weird and heavy to part away from the class and my classmates. Especially my best pals, So Som and Da Som.

My class prepared a mini “farewell” party before I left, just like Lea’s farewell party, there was choco pie and candles. In addition, I even received a box of candies and some farewell cards. Seeing So Som and Da Som’s words that were the only ones written in Korean kind of make me feel warm. After all they are the only ones that interacts Korean with me and knows that even if I hardly understand their message, I will understand it soon. 


I transferred to Kyung Hwa Yo Go in 3rd of September. Kyung Hwa Yo Go students to my surprise, have more students that can speak English than EB.

I guess its because they study harder here just to get into a good college unlike EB which focuses into getting into a trading company.

The students here are really friendly too. I felt more open heart here and in the end exposed my “doujinka side” to them which I held secretly to myself ultra-privately due to the painful past before that nearly killed the artist in myself. 

This sparked an interest of another animanga little artist from the class named Ji Su ( I call her cham sin aka. Sleep God because she loves sleeping LOL).
She instantly took a liking to me and showed me all her artworks. 
Her body anatomy drawings are pretty good for her age *me eats jelly silently* The best part is…SHE LOVES POGAYMON 8D 
We did two collabs of our oc pokemon trainers. I gave her one as a souvenir (?).

my oc yuu, with a zebrastrika and minchinno 

Seeing her draw during boring classes reminds me so much of my good ol’ days. 
I kind of miss that actually *smiles sadly*

So far so good in this school, my homeroom teacher is really nice too! She doesn’t speak good English like Mrs. Kim or Ji Hae Sensei but thanks to the Korean studies 6 months, I managed to interact with her in kimchi language (y).

I will be leaving in 4 months, I hope everything will turn out fine in the end and this would be an unforgettable memory of my whole life. =D