Last weekend was the time where spend with like-minded people, where not a single care was given to people who just don't get it.
...no it's not a revolution. I am of course talking about one of our local anime convention, Animangaki (one where I went to last year), which I had made a pitstop on my way to the university (I'm very opportunistic ain't I?). Unfortunately, I didn't take as many pictures this time around - I was a part of the event's volunteers - but I thought that this year was more exciting, seeing as I went lone wolf last time (I guess I'm not too shabby with people after all). We were manning a Touhou section, and the visitors coming in were pretty encouraging.
Some pictures off the event are as such (in which almost all are more or less taken by this one guy, Daus - thanks for taking the pictures man):
One of the few local Touhou arrangement, Shin at work
Just the reading off some rules before the Hisoutensoku match. Pretty entertaining.
It was tiring afterwards. Tiring, but awesome. In any case, we also had one day to recover our post-event blues. Some of us even got some irate lectures (classes? what are these classes you speak of....?) and employers (oh... shop's not opened yet?) to testify to it.
Thanks guys for making it an awesome weekend (plus one day off the weekdays, ahahah). Now, I'm really looking forward come this December...
And as for me right now? After the long (well, not really) break for about 2 month, it is time for me to jump back into academic life, continuing my higher education Master level (by research). It's a new chapter in my life, with all the uncertainty and impending pressure and expectations... and MY BODY IS READY.