Friday, June 14, 2013

The New Things

No pressure for that subject for a while and focus to other tasks. That's what I do now. I got a chance to meet my friends in Melaka once more. I totally miss them. But actually I'm hanging with nothing. Now everything is new. New life, new aims, new conversations, and many more. I should think positively. How should I go through my life in this way? That's why I must have my own steps. Arghh no idea. See you in my next entry. No need to read this entry actually. I just wanna write these things. I don't know why. Haha goodbye :)

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Fact: A Dog Named Hachiko Waited For 9 Years After The Death Of His Master.

A dog’s love towards his family is unconditional, and a classic example of this is Hachiko, an Akita dog who was born in 1923 in Japan. He was adopted by an agricultural professor who took him home and took on the role as his new owner. Both of them formed a very special bond.
During their time together, the professor would take a train ride home each working day and be greeted by Hachiko at the train station. Hachiko would sit and wait for the professor at the end of each working day, without fail. The pair continued this daily ritual until sadly one day the professor suffered from a cerebral hemorrhage (brain bleed), and passed away, never to return to the train station again where his beloved companion was waiting.
For the next nine years, Hachiko attracted the attention of many people far and wide as each day, without fail, he would visit the train station as normal and wait for his owner, hoping to see his best friend step off the train and greet him once again.
Hachiko passed away in 1935, aged 11 years.  A movie was released in 2009 based on the story of Hachiko and the professor, called Hachi.