Jessie Officially Left Us

After 1.5 years of serving for GASC, Jessie officially resigned and left the office- today. Just few days ago, we suddenly found that the ONLY picture of both of us was taken during the National Jamboree this year, by Philip.

Yes, I'm telling you the truth......Sounds wierd, right?

I guess most of the time when we were together we concentrated on working and serving others, so that we hardly remembered to take any pictures together. Philip, accidentally, initiated the idea of taking one. Otherwise, I guess we won't even have a single picture taken >"<

Frankly, I'm nervous about her leaving, for she's my best closest friend in the office. I can't imagine how my life will change afterwards. At least, no one in the office would listen to my worries and complains-like a "friend" than a collegue; maybe no one would sincerely invite me for lunch and step outside with pure joy and happiness (of excaping from the office?).; no girl stays in the same room with me when we're in events, etc.

Goodbye Jessie, although I know when I step into the office tomorrow morning, the "something-is-missing" feeling will strike me harshly, it's better for you.

Be well. Take Care....










寶貝 詞曲:張懸
我的寶貝、寶貝 給你一點甜甜 讓你今夜更好眠
我的小鬼、小鬼 逗逗你的眉眼 讓你喜歡這世界
哇啦啦啦啦啦我的寶貝 倦的時候有個人陪
唉呀呀呀呀呀我的寶貝 讓你知道你最美

我的寶貝、寶貝 給你一點甜甜 讓你今夜很好眠
我的小鬼、小鬼 捏捏你的小臉 讓你喜歡整個明天
哇啦啦啦啦啦我的寶貝 孤單的時候有人想念
唉呀呀呀我的寶貝 要你知道你最美



Two Weeks Break

till September 11 .
Don't know what may happen during this break,
Have no idea about if anything will change my mind,
Just- need a break,
to take a breath,
to look outside of the window,
to embrace my usual life,
to enjoy the world, of lonelyness, again.....







......「你願意相信我們嗎?」 「願意!」......


興 旺營地是個環境舒適宜人的地方,充分的活動空間、寬敞的炊事空間、多選擇的活動型態給我們足夠的理由去共同編織起這場美好的夢。書瑋、咪咪精心設計、採 買、指揮製作的餐點和伙伴們積極協助的烹飪大隊讓我們從來沒有對餐點喪失過期待,也從來沒有機會抱怨飲食不好;細心專業的治宇不止在釣魚常識、釣魚技術上 讓眾人大開眼界,對整次活動的各項掌控與調度更讓人嘆服怎麼可以埋沒這樣一位天生的領導者;彥合、艾苡、偉立的活動力、控場能力更三不五時就展現在眾人面 前,引發此起彼落的笑聲、歡呼聲和驚嘆聲.....

我 老是覺得自己沒做什麼,在洗洗洗切切切煮煮煮的過程中,我只是想要讓自己看起來忙一 點,不要太晾在一旁當個閒人。雖然帶了一早上的活動,看到大家玩的似乎還頗開心的,我還是對自己的臨時準備草率應變、退化的熱場功力感到些許的失望與憂 心。如果,我就這麼混下去,我怎麼對得起周遭那麼努力在為了探察、為了傳薪、為了童軍付出的所有人?




Chatting among CH.TW.SG

among Curt, me, and Philip.
We all love Curt's stories there in KISC! haha~~~~they're really great! Especially when it was told by my funny brother in a funny tone. Please NOTE! He told us in ENGLISH~~~ WOW! That's great right? I'm sooooo proud of him on this progress!

Please, some friend of mine who can read Chinese, go check his blog yourself. It worth all the time!


Warehouse Resetting

My office started to clean the back warehouse (finally XD) today, and the rubbish inside is overwhelmingly exceed our expectation.... We got a lot different kinds of certificates from all periods, even from different chairmen; tons of blank receipts and receipt records; boxes of camp projects, achievement reports, and half-done or complete models/finished products from Scouts for certain training courses; souvenirs, all sizes of posters as well as other handouts, booklets, leaflets, achievement reports- for all kinds of Jamborees, ETC.
One of the boxes represent the love from our Japanese friends. I was told that they sent a lot of masks for us during SARS, and it was very easy for you to find out those masks. They are here, in this box with LOTS OF STAMPS...... Jeez.....I've never seen people doing this before. They must be in a hurry?? so that they forgot to send it by buying a postal ticket instead of pasting so many stamps......

I can't help taking a picture of it. Amazing, huh?

The Most Classic Tennis Court!




American Cities That Fit Me....?

American Cities That Best Fit Wendy::
55% Chicago
55% Honolulu
55% Miami
55% New York City
50% Los Angeles
Which American Cities Best Fit You?
Interesting test, Go and have fun then~








Mom, Dad, and I went to Carrefour tonight, and we chose SUSHI Express 爭鮮 to be our dinner. NT 30 per dish, quite fair and acceptable, we three had 17 of them. Mom and I was choked by Wasabi a few times on our nose, but it was cool to us! I know some of you just cannot understand why, but unless you try it once, you'll never know!!!

When I was full, I started to look around and to take silly pics. On the left, ladies and gentlemen, was the king of tonight- Mr. Arthur Chen! He ate all these you see! hahahahahahaha~

Ohohoh wait, I guessed someone disagreed with my report, she jumped in and asked me to correct my report: oh well, ladies and gentlemen, Madem Chin-Yu Hung was truly the queen of tonight~ All these, yeah you're right, 17 of them, were finished by her, and apparently she felt just fine. See, she's still drinking some tea and relaxing~

Dearest friends, no matter how silly you think this article is, at least I would like you to know one thing- I'm the luckiest girl in the world, because I have a great family here! :)


Jokes, HA!




Maintain the Website/Blog

Recently I got problem maintaining our Official Website of GASC. When people left their complains/suggestions in the forum, it was natural for them to think that "surely I should get some response soon," and they especially expected the key persons (people in charge, mostly the "bosses") to give them the official answers. I understood their concerns fully, but these incidents sparked me to think about "the real method to keep a/the website/blog running." So free and liberal our society is, is it truly matter that all the requests should be dealt with, and all the complains be taken into consideration seriously?

I was the kind of people who embraced the efficiency of ICT(Information Communication Technology) much; yet by the recent experieces, deeply I knew it was somehow incorrect. First, not everyone can catch up with the pace, and it was not correct to force them to do so. Comparatively, the elders would never meet the youths' standard. Some elders, like Mr. Lee, have tried their best, but since new softwares and new skills evolve so quick, quite possibly that they will still be left behind. Additionally, ICT is something too new that does not belong to their original living and working style, if they remain execute their mission well, just in a slower way though, they should not be blamed harshly- not to mention that their eagerness and passion to solve problems we've encountered were by no means less. Besides elders, so many people are not allowed, or incapable of, accessing Internet so frequently due to their environment or background limitations- they may be willing to, but they just can't. How can we blame them on their less active response?

Further, supposing to use the ICT is never a problem to everyone, people can- using their free will- choose not to use it, and prefer their "old-fashioned" ways instead. "We need time to think this over and then make proper decision." Mr. Lee told me once, "no one can stand any rough explanations on this big issue, don't you think?" Thus, when people raised big issues in our forum, my boss(es) mostly prefered to postpone the reply and to give thorough answers later when needed, and these issues sometimes inspired them to come up with a brand new general project/plan later on. To me, I valued this kind effects then get a fast but vague response. What's more, in a rapid world with enormous information flow every passing second, I can fully understand people's info-phobia. If listening to their heart and staying away from ICT are their choice, and thus this group of people are questioned to be out-of-date or not cooperative, it is not fair, or even a discrimination, to them.

Back to the comments, if all comments are constructive and influential, to give them proper response should be our least duty. But, is it so? Freedom of speech has been misused for centries, and we all knew it. Most of the time, people cannot wait to criticize and to attack others even when they got merely the biased "truth." Ironically almost every time, the public tent to believe those sayings, which worsen the situation. The authority, however, either has no time to clarify itself clause by clause, or has no right to give responses to all criticisms when the real causes of problems were due to failure of division(s)/department(s) but not the HQ, and thus, again, this made thing terribly bad....

At the same time, sectionalism made the HQ or other departments become "trouble maker(s)," which was not necessarily true, but all posts online- unilateral communication- often broadened people's conception gap but not narrowed it down. Why not use less time to type and save more time to talk in person? Why use the ambiguous way to express your feelings and to expect others' response through virtual world? If it is soooo important, and you're eager to know the answer immediatedly, why not call? Why not make an appointment? Why not use your full name and full title to stand before the person in charge, pointing at them with your finger, telling them how terrible they've done their job, instead of discrediting people in behind, and bullying the fundamental staffs who were mostly incapable of shouldering the blame?

Nearly am I a perfectionist, but I won't torture myself on these this time. Luckily that I've got some support to stay cool. Ala......I'll go through it, hopefully!


Something about the Guide Dog

In brief, please don't treat them like normal dog:
  • don't go and touch them, pat them unless you got the owner's permission,
  • don't play tricks with them,
  • don't feed them normal human food,
  • don't make sounds to attract their attention,
  • don't let your pet (especially dog of course) get too close to them and distract them
Why so? All these above may cause danger to their blind owner, because the guide dog would be too relax and forgot their duty to protect their owner!


New TV!!

Almost forgot to tell everyone. We got a new TV at home~~
The old one was broken, and we had no other choice but bought a new one.
Looks good, doesn't it?

Hurt Foot


Ouch.... Ouch.....Ouch.....Ouch.....

Poor little Wendy......︿ >"< ︿



my feelings, your feelings;
your complain, my complain;
To express is never a bad thing, people just need to beware of the possible, unpredictable side effect.
All I need, as always the case, is a walk, a glass of water, a moment to take a deep breath.
How about you?

Some great sleep will do, I guess.
Night Night! :)



Hometown, A Very Quick Visit

I went back with Mom and Dad for the Fathers' Day. From night of 7th, we drove south and arrived home Taipei again at night of 9th. Jeez, that was truly quick, wasn't it? However, it was a pleasant trip.

For so many years, I've never been to TungKang, PingTung during summer. I was a busy student during summer vacation, but ironically when I became an OL without vacations, I asked for a leave to go back home celebrating Fathers' Day with Grandpa this time. It turned out great! Relatives were surprised and happy to see me there, and they were astonished by my "hot" summer dress :P
My aunt: "Wow! Wendy, this is the first time for us to know that your style is so hot!"
Me : "Come on, aunty. You saw me mostly in winter, how can you know my summer style then?"

Nothing much have I done there, besides relaxing, talking and having fun with my relatives. Talking to grandma, helping her prepare materials for the Hungry Ghost Festival, which happened to be at the same date with Fathers's Day this year, made me feel happy as well. Frankly, grandma and I lost our ever tightest connection since I came to Taipei living with my parents, away from her eyesight which didn't resemble my first two and a half years spending with her, so that we shared fewer and fewer topics to talk about; I felt sorry and uncomfortable about that, yet I didn't know what to do positively. All that I knew was to keep her company when I was told to, and tried to be the best grand daughter ever all the time. Additionally, never let go the chances to say sweet words to her: "A-Ma! Your rice dumplings are the best in the world!" "A-Ma! I miss you sooooo much! Take care of yourself for me, because I care!" etc. Saying goodbye to her this time actually made me feel down again. How could it be easy to leave the greatest traditional mother model in my mind?

I'm back to Taipei, nevertheless. Any emotions toward hometown need go down....Because the wheel of live is still rolling, isn't it?


Our Photographic Contest

for 9th National Jamboree is HERE
People can definately find some great photos from our scouts. You never know how great they are till you host a contest like this!!!

>>Photo from the Official Website<<



stand for Wendy, Sam, and Jessie, my colleagues and I.
But, Sam accidentally found out that they could also stand for
World Scout Jamboree!!
hahahahaha~ what a coincedence!


頭等艙的美國大兵 ( 張曼娟)

頭等艙的美國大兵 (by張曼娟)

這個故事是移民美國的表哥,透過e-mail告訴我的 。














Come on! Typhoon

Hahahaha~ Don't know who made this. Very creative!!!!
(It said: This island doesn't welcome the kind of typhoon that doesn't strong enough to give people day(s) off. Please strengthen yourself or change your route.)
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