About Me

Hello everyone! Thanks for stopping-by at my blog. Well firstly, my name is (Fernando) Chow Yao Wen and I do admit that I'm a cunning trickster as that tells the reason on why I haven't got into deep trouble in school - I do various evil tricks when I'm in one and my teachers ALWAYS fall for them.

I am a massive football fan, and I've been supporting my favourite club, Liverpool, for an awful long time.

I was born on 30th May 1996 in Malaysia. Since my very first day of watching the English Premier League, I have fallen in love with Liverpool and I have also assured that I will be a "Liverpoolean" for the rest of my life.

In my outside life, I am currently educating at SMK Sultan Abu Bakar (SABS for short), a well-known school located in Kuantan, Pahang. Basically, I am a mad-class clown and I truly enjoy bringing laughter to everyone around me as I believe that smiling is a universal welcome :)

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Piano Exam - PASSED !

To be honest, I feel more relieved than unbridled joy when I was told that I've passed by piano theory exam. Despite sitting for the Grade 5 test, it was actually my very first time going for a theory exam - and boy, I gotta admit that I got pretty nervous!

The passing mark was 66. I scored an unsatisfying 68 out of a possible 100, a test that I passed by a whisker - and of course that made my father pissed, really pissed. As my problematic PMR examination is edging closer day by day, my dad has reduced my computer usage per day to a very limited 30 minutes - might be just enough time for me to check my mails or perhaps make 1 or 2 posts on the soccer blog I've been working with my cousin, Li Ming.

I'll be sitting for my next piano test next year - more than enough time for me to be prepared, I hope. And I'll certainly hope to avoid such a roller-coaster end next term as luck might not be on my side again.