May 26, 2013. The moment I penned down the last words in my taxation paper, I knew that was it. I was done with my undergrad years. I would never going to relive it. Undergrad will all be some sort of memory. My piece of history. It was definitely a bittersweet moment. Bitter the fact that I am going to bid a chapter of my life, perhaps one of the best so far, goodbye; sweet in the sense that there's a whole new opportunity out there waiting. Ok, maybe another bitter fact is the stress of looking for a job has really begun. I know nothing is going to change a lot if I do pursue my professional papers, I'm still going to see some familiar faces; lecturers and fellow classmates. Just that it will be either in the workplace, the professional school or maybe the professional exam itself, but not in university grounds anymore. Now when I sort of look back at the workload I went through, I tend to let out a grin. I admit it was pretty damn tough, especially my specialist. There were tonnes of breakdowns and the fact it wasn't really what I wanted made it so much harder, but at the end of the day it is that sense of accomplishment that made me proud of myself that I pull it through the years. Thank you Hui for reminding me the last line months ago. Other than getting my 3 years post-grad work permit and flying home to see the loved ones in a week, my priority now is pretty much applying for internships-jobs (ok maybe after I get my work permit). I really cannot tell what my future holds. Time will tell I guess. As my dad said, one step at a time.