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First and foremost, I would like to clarify that this isn't any typical medical website. Normally, you would expect to see some medical resources here but nevertheless you will have to be prepared to expect the unexpected! My main purpose of creating the website is to let others know what a medical student's life is all about. The public has long stereotyped us as nerdy, bookworm-ish type of students with no other main aim in life except to study, study and study. Well, I'm out to prove the masses wrong.

As we all know, studying medicine is really tough. You will have to put in long hours of study and at the same time enrich yourself with a repertoire of medical knowledge. Life can be tough sometimes but for me, I've decided to live my life to the fullest. Here at my website, you will get an insider's look at how I juggle between a med student's life and a normal, easygoing life.

There are 2 major sections at my website, Articles and Stories. Both have been separated into several categories and here's a short description on each category.

  • Journal - Daily life in med school.
  • On Life - Articles on what life is about.
  • Relationships - Tips on having a healthy relationship with family and friends.
  • Soccer - My interests on everything about soccer.
  • Games - Computer games, Card games that I like.
  • Misc - Other snippets that I like to share with you.
  • CM 00/01 - Ongoing saga on my alter-ego as a football manager.

    I hope you will enjoy yourself here. If you have any articles, comments or stories that you want to share with me and other medical students, feel free to write to me at champion80@hotmail.com or kuan_yew@yahoo.com.

    Before you go, here's a medical joke for you :
    "I've had an awful time." a boy told his friends. "First, I got angina pectoris, then arteriosclerosis. Just as I was recovering, I got psoriasis. They gave me hypodermics and, to top it all, tonsilitis was followed by appendectomy." "Wow!" sympathised his friends. "How did you pull through?" "I don't know", the boy replied. "It was the toughest spelling test I've ever had."




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