"Hi I'm An Engineer"

Posted by Kris | Friday, December 16, 2011 | | 6 comments »

I found these video that was pointed to me by ChampDog to be profound and true. As an engineer myself, I do find myself having the trouble to truly explain what I do to non-engineering strangers/new friend that I meet along life's journey.

So this video is dedicated to all engineers.


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6 comments

  1. LCF // 12:52 AM  

    Thumbs Up to Engineers (esp who are also financially-literate)!

  2. ChampDog // 11:39 AM  

    Hahaha almost every engineer shared and liked this link in facebook! :)

  3. ChampDog // 11:45 AM  

    Btw, LCF said the girl doesn't look like an Civil Engineer? I think have to agree. lol :)

  4. Kris // 3:33 PM  

    They are not alot of "practising" female civil engineers. Probably because the work environment is very tough. Standing under the hot sun at the construction side, dealing with rough mannered fore-men and workers, etc.

    A fair skinned /NOT tanned skin civil engineer is almost like a myth.

    During my university days, alot of lenglui engineers came from the chemical & O&G faculties. This is almost true for most universities that I know of, based on replies from my fellow engineering friends. :P

  5. ChampDog // 7:59 PM  

    My ex studied civil engineering but didn't work on that at all after graduation. She ended up open her own florist shop. :)

    What is O&G by the way? I don't recall there are a lot of leng lui in my university days. Perhaps because of the local university. lol. :)

  6. Kris // 2:55 PM  

    O&G means Oil & Gas. So that includes petroleum engineering, chemical, industrial engineering, etc.

    "A lot" here is meant to say there are more lenglui there than in my engineering course..lol.

    Of course, nothing beats Finance, Media/business communication courses, these are lenglui "manufacturers" faculties..lol.