As depressing as it is to have to work on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s day, I witnessed something truly moving right here in a vet’s waiting room that made me feel glad to have been a part of. … Read More
About PathmaIt’s not easy calling yourself a final year veterinary student when you have to vie every day for the affections of your cold-hearted flat cat. Like every other international student across the land, I came here initially because of Middle Earth but have since been opened up to the adventure of a lifetime. Most people wouldn't normally break out into song and dance at the mention of Palmy but having grown up in one of the busiest metropolises in Southeast Asia, I have mad love for the peace and clean air this city has to offer. Hard to think it’s been five years already and yet not a day goes by when I don’t feel lucky to be living in one of the most beautiful countries on the planet, studying at one of the most reputable institutes in the world. Other interests include travelling and obsessing over web pages dedicated to shiba inus.
Since the rest of the bloggers on this site have at some point talked about their course of study, and since I am the only one on the team who is a final year vet student, I might as well … Read More
“When a piglet is weaned from its mother,” our pig specialist lecturer droned in the sweltering afternoon heat of the crowded lecture hall, “it undergoes a significant period of stress because it is taken away from its mum, experiences a … Read More
“How much of the chapter have you read?” I asked my Kiwi classmate who happened to be staying in the halls with me in my first year at university. “Oh, sweet bugger all,” he replied nonchalantly. I smiled uncertainly. “So… … Read More