Name: Andrew Loh Zhu An
Date of Birth: 2nd June 1987
Nationality: Malaysian


SMK Damansara Jaya 2004

Swarthmore College 2010

From the Andrew's Heritage Dictionary:

Andrew (AND-roo)

1. noun. common name.

2. adjective. smart, dumb, intelligent, retarded, clever, stupid, bright, dull, witty, tounge-tied, shrewd, stuttering, slow, quick-witted, moronic, autistic, lively, outspoken, eloquent, dense, daft, idiotic, foolish, thick, spirited, sharp, vigourous, rude, arrogant, pompous, bloated, ostentatious, boastful, inflated, direct, brave, cowardly, gullible, free, free-spirited, burdened, depressed, optimistic, pessimistic, defensive, creative, innovative, irritating, annoying, impossible, infuriating, shy, loud, displeasing, norm-challenging, harassive, irksome, troublesome, vexatious, worrisome, provocative, impatient, pleasant, diplomatic, unreserved, trouble-making, short, defiant, fickle, shallow, timid, audacious, brainless, indoctrinated, indoctrinatory, proud, exploitative, zesty, humourous, anal-retentive, rebellious, lame, innocuous, dangerous, explosive, spontaneous, adaptable, stubborn, pig-headed, nervous, offensive, pestering, useless, ironic, paradoxical.

Usage: You're so Andrew! [Interchange with any of the above definitions]

And yes, I did look at the thesaurus.



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Friday, November 03, 2006
I'm Bored.

It's predicted to reach negative Celcius tonight.


I have perfect skin here. ;)

Swarthmore on a bright sunny day.

I never knew the blue sky had such an effect on photos.

Flickr pwns all other picture storage sites.

Philly Chinatown

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Sunday, October 29, 2006

Gothic, yum.


Was raining in New Haven, so couldn't explore much.

Met up with Malaysian Yalies: Elizabeth, Joyce, and Samuel.


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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Malaysia mulls fines on English use in legislature

also here, here and here.

Saturday, Oct 21, 2006, Page 5

The Malaysian government's top ethnic Malay language institute said yesterday it may impose fines on lawmakers and officials who use English in Parliament and other formal events without prior approval.

"If there is a need to use words or phrases in English, members of Parliament will have to seek permission to do so," said Noresah Baharom, the language department director at the government's Institute of Language and Literature said in an open letter in the New Straits Times newspaper.

"This is a show of respect for Malay as the national and official language of Malaysia ... DBP will be given a mandate to ensure that `code-switching' and mixing of Malay with other languages does not occur in formal situations," she said in the English language paper, referring to her institute's Malay acronym.

A fine of 1,000 ringgit (US$273) could be imposed on offenders, Noresah said in the letter, but did not specify how the department intends to enforce the regulation.

Most Malaysians speak the national language, Malay, also known as Bahasa Malaysia, but English is widely spoken, even in Parliament. A mishmash of both languages -- known as "Manglish" -- is also commonly used in the former British colony.

Critics have said Malaysia's decision in the 1980s to change most of its school text books from English to Malay has hurt its global competitiveness, and caused English language standards among students to plunge.

Malays form about 60 percent of the population, with ethnic Chinese comprising around 25 percent and Indians making up about 10 percent. Noresah said language mixing would no longer be permitted at "formal meetings."

  • Vernon God Little, Act II

    I sense a learning: that much dumber people than you end up in charge. Look at the way things are. I'm no fucken genius or anything, but these spazzos are in charge of my every twitch. What I'm starting to think is maybe only the dumb are safe in this world, the ones who roam with the herd, without thinking about every little thing. But see me? I have to think about every little fucken thing.

Next up we'll be asking permission to use our brains. 


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Wednesday, October 18, 2006





The image

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Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Pre-Autumn at Swarthmore

Now that Harvard's pictures were up, I felt guilty because not many Swarthmore pictures were up. So to show you how Swarthmore is more beautiful, here are some bases for comparison. =)

Only a few trees are turning colour.

Garfield (yes, the orange striped obese cartoon cat) once said, "I like fall. The crisp leaves reminds me of potato chips."

Green, baby, green!

Parrish - My dorm + Swat's administrative building.


Magill Walk (Parrish is the building behind it)

Tarble - remember this picture? Compare with this six weeks ago.

Also Tarble. Beautiful arches.

Swarthmore is also a nationally recognized arboretum.

Reminds me of orange Sugus. Remember?

Sharples Dining Hall. You do not come to Swarthmore for its food. Yucks.

The Asian food here is neither Asian nor food.

The squirrel posed for me! Couldn't resist.

Our new Science Center. Designed by Swarthmore Engineering students. Huge windows for natural light. Saves lotsa energy. Windows are tinted so birds don't fly into them and get hurt or die (apparently quite a problem in this part of the world). Biology class here.

Sculpture - Alexander Calder! Right outside the Science Center

We have our very own Observatory.

And our very own forest. Woooooo~~~~~~~

Swarthmore Amphitheater!

Where I will graduate.


(As some of you can already tell, the only reason I'm doing this is because I'm procrastinating for a Philosophy paper)

Have a fun unhazy day, guys.

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Sunday, October 08, 2006


Some Harvard student: So where are you from?


Harv: Swarthmore? Wow. I hear that's a hard school.


Something for you haze ridden people.

Autumn at Harvard! Swat's trees aren't even red or orange or yellow yet.

What is man, that thou art mindful of him?

Where the debate tournament was held. I travelled for free, hehehehe. 6 hours roadtrip to Cambridge, Massachusetts. Fun fun. American Parliamentary (2 teams of 2) is so different from British Parliamentary (4 teams of 2 - World Universities Debating Championships) is so different from Australasians (2 teams of 3 - World Schools Debating Championships and Malaysian secondary school debate type).

Rock Fountain in front of Science Center

Met up with Xiang Ling aka Eng Han's friend. :) Harvard's freshman dorms are HUGE. I am jealous.

But what's bad is that everything's locked after x hours. EVERYTHING. The gates, the buildings, the dorms, the rooms IN the dorms, the BATHROOMS in the dorms!!!!

If you lose your card then you're locked out. Then you call campus police. Fun fun.

John Harvard, founder.

Widener Memorial Library

Freshman Dining Hall, not church.

Freshman Dining Hall. HUGE. By the way, one Harvard class (1600) is larger than the entire student population of Swat (1400, 350 per class).  Xiang Ling and I tried to sneak in, but it was locked. Ack. Harvard is paranoid. Locks everything unless it's in use.

All in all quite fun lah, but I what I didn't like is that Harvard is sooooo big. I don't like having to walk around to my class and having to dodge traffic at the same time. I hate cars on campus.

Weather was beautiful, though. Autumn weather is ooooolala, gorgeous, perfect for my skin.

Ohhh, aaaaaaaaaaannnnnnddddd...



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Wednesday, October 04, 2006

John Mather, Swarthmore '68 Awarded 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics

John Mather '68

NASA Scientist Dr. John C. Mather shows some of the earliest data from the NASA Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) Satellite during a press conference held at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC.  Dr. Mather was co-recipient of the 2006 Nobel Prize for Physics today October 3, 2006. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls 

Mather, a physics major who graduated with highest honors, helped cement the Big Bang theory of the universe.  more

Two physicists who obtained a satellite picture of the infant universe a mere 389,000 years after its explosive birth 13 billion years ago--a feat most scientists thought would never be achieved--have been awarded the 2006 Nobel Prize in physics.

Just wanted to show off school pride.


Swarthmore weather is freaky.


Yesterday I could see my breath. (which means very cold lah) =)


Eng Han called just now. Dartmouth students get FREEEEEEE PHONE CALLS ANYWHERE IN USA AND CANADA!!!!!! NO FAAIIIIIRRRR!#@~$~#$~$~~~!!!!!

Swat very kiamsap la.


And the celebration of human acheivement is necessarily counterbalanced with an exemplar of human stupidity!

KUALA LUMPUR: The Cabinet (yang amat berhormats of yang amat berhormats) has given the Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka (DBP) the power to advise and fine anyone not using the national language correctly on signboards. 

Culture, Arts and Heritage Minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim said this was one of the measures being taken to strengthen the national language. 

"This step was outlined in a special memorandum between the Education Ministry and my ministry which was approved by the Cabinet to make sure the national language is not sidelined in any way," he said. 

"DBP can now enforce the correct usage of the national language on the public and private sectors," he told reporters at a press conference at his office yesterday.  

Rais said for a start, DBP would advise anyone found using the language wrongly. 

Anyone refusing to follow an order by the DBP director-general can be fined up to RM1,000.


Not everything good should be made compulsory, not everything bad should be made illegal.

Nothing better to do ah?

My tax money goes to you catching people who don't use proper Malay ah, but not to catch the corrupt government ministers and officials la, or solving the annual haze crisis la. I see what Malaysian priority is.



I say use as much Manglish as you want to.

Defy the stupid idiot law.

Tengok you bagaimana denda me.

I nak ah.



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Saturday, September 30, 2006



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Monday, September 25, 2006

I am a Facebook addict.

Mmmmmmm. Adding spreeeeeeeee.

XD happyhappyhappy.

(After resisting Friendster you'd think I'd be more immune, but Facebook pwns Friendster 100^90909x090930298203972093703970 times over.)


Don't knock vernacular schools, yo, UMNO.

I'm from SRJK (C) Yuk Chai, yo.



但是我的华语很差! :) hehehe.

The reason why parents send their kids to cash-strapped Chinese primary schools is because they teach better than your auto-funded national schools, yo.

It's the quality, stupid.

And then there's equality, yo.

And the creeping Islamization, yo.

I'm so not voting BN, yo.

(Not discounting the fact that all I did in chinese school was memorize and not learn, yo. =D )

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Monday, September 18, 2006
I was there: NYC, NYC.


(AP) Tens of thousands of people rallied in cities across the world Sunday to protest the violence in the war-torn Darfur region of Sudan, and urge world leaders to intervene to resolve the conflict.

Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in New York City...


Met up with cousin Addy, and did four things for the first time in my life.

1. Ate Hungarian food.
2. Ate frozen yogurt.
3. Went to New York, New York!
4. Participated in a RALLY baby.


5th Avenue

5th Avenue

Trump Tower

NY Traffic Jam

Park Avenue

(Ahh, all those places you've heard of but never been to...)

Central Park

(oh, and, don't eat spinach in packed salads - e.coli outbreak or something.)

Now for a picture laden community message:

The Genocide in Darfur, Sudan: (CLICK ON LINK)

Darfur has been embroiled in a deadly conflict for over three years.  At least 400,000 people have been killed; more than 2 million innocent civilians have been forced to flee their homes and now live in displaced-persons camps in Sudan or in refugee camps in neighboring Chad; and more than 3.5 million men, women, and children are completely reliant on international aid for survival. Not since the Rwandan genocide of 1994 has the world seen such a calculated campaign of displacement, starvation, rape, and mass slaughter...



Darfur Rally, 17 September 2006, Central Park, New York City.

Blue beret: UN peacekeeping force attire
Green wristband: "Not On Our Watch: Save Sudan!"
Make Love Not War T-shirt: So apt leh.
Emerald shamrock necklace: I like mah.
Stickers: Amnesty International and Darfur victim #207576
Bandana: Free!!!


O.A.R. WAS THERE!@#$@#%!#^$@%&$%&@%&@&!@!!

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