Mami is cracking her head to decide which school I should be going for Primary 1. Dadi and Mami wants me to learn Mandarin, but they can't teach me Mandarin. They do not want me to rely on Tuition Teachers because they want me to study independently.
Mami had registered me in a Government Chinese School last year. My Kindergarden teachers are all for it in encouraging Mami to be bold in sending me to a Chinese School because I've been doing well in the Kindergarden. At the same time, I'm telling Mami that I don't want to go to a Chinese School. This is making Mami very indecisive.
Next month, I'll be going for an assessment at Sekolah Sri Sempurna. This is the next alternative for Dadi and Mami because the fees are a little more reasonable than other Private Schools and it has Mandarin as a subject. Though Dadi told me yesterday that he doesn't have the money to send me to a Private School, I had an idea.... heh...heh.... I shared this with my Yeh Yeh and Mah Mah yesterday over the phone, and they too think it's a good idea. In fact, my Mah Mah said that she will bake me a chocolate cake for it! Yum, Yum!
I told Yeh Yeh that we needed to collect some money. I will ask my Kakak to cook. Yeh Yeh and Mah Mah will carry my long table from Ben's room and put it under the house roof. They cannot put it at the gate in case it rains. Then they will help me sell food on the table. I will be in charge of calling my friends by ringing the bell from my bicycle to ask everyone to come and buy food. With the money, I hope to go to the Private School because I don't want to go to a Chinese School. I'm very frighten of fierce teachers and my cousins Nicolas Kor Kor and Ashley Cheh Cheh have been telling me that.
Now I need to call my Yeh Yeh and Mah Mah to see when they can come from Ipoh and sell food for me here under my house roof.