Very great day today. I met my first Japanese fan who came all the way from Osaka to see me for only about 10 minutes before i take off to EXPO. He was very nice because I told him i was gonna be in Nagoya hotel but they changed the hotel so he went and waited for me there. So i called Nagoya hotel and told him i''m staying in xxxxx hotel and he came right away. Not even a bit mad at me. He bought me a book. I think it was a book for Japanese who wants to learn Thai. It was very nice of him. When i ask him where he''ll go next, he said he''ll go back home in Osaka, which takes about 2 hours to get there. I was very surprised because i thought he lives nearby. What a great fan!
Then we went walking around expo, very hot and crowded. We did a run-through once and the show started at 17.00. Japanese audience are really great. totemo Emme Wong (Hong Kong) was the first one, then Zan (Japanese), Asuka (Japanese-still a highschool girl-very nice-i call her ''nong Asuka''), then me. I spoke some Japanese duai na. The audience laughed and applaused duai. I was so nervous.
Then there was everyone else who I tried to remember but there were so many. There was a party after the show duai. Mr. Tanimura is a nice guy (he''s the producer of the concert-he''s also one of the greatest artists in Japan)
We sold some of my CD duai na, people bought it duai Djai mak. Tomorrow we''ll probably shop a little and have a concert on 17.00 like today.
I better go get some rest for another big day tomorrow
ok so we got here around 8.30 but we can''t check in yet so we had to go shopping around. We walked to lots of beautiful places although we didn''t have much sleep last night on the plane, and we visited mac store (apple shop) and i got myself an ipod nano (http://www.apple.com/ipodnano/) really cool. And we went to have ramen and i forgot my wallet there, hehe.
Fortunately i got it back somehow and we went to have a little interview at a radio station. Japanese are very nice people. They seem so polite i don''t really what to do. Then we came back to the hotel, the room is very tiny, kind of like a JINGREED hotel at home but it''s quite comfortable.
Then we went out for the press conference. There are a lot of singers. When i was introduced to the first group, Zan, (Japanese, they were nice) i sat down. Then one other Japanese singer came in, i stood up again, then sat down after we introduced. Then they kept coming in and i kinda have to sit-stand, so i stood til everyone of them came in. Mr. Tanimura, i''m not sure what his name is but he''s the person who chose me to come to Japan, was very nice. We had a press conference and i was shaking cause everyone seems so polite so i was really nervous. Then we rehearsed once. I was so tired. Then we went to have dinner. I took lots of pictures.
Now i''m back at the hotel, very exhausted but i''m still exited to be here and i just wanna share it to all you guys. I think tomorrows gonna be fun :)
Hey!! Sorry it took so long to continue my second part of life.
I think the last thing I told you about was about my school. I studied in 6 different schools from grade 1-12. After that I took a break for one year and I entranced into a public university called Srinakarinwirote University¡¦ where I'm still studying right now.
I had my first job when I was 19 years old, in a restaurant. Somebody who knew me asked if I wanted to try because I can play guitar and sing. So I said ok and started working as a restaurant musician playing alone. It is a really good experience and it is like doing something you like and getting paid for it.I've worked in 9 different restaurants but right now I work in only 2. I will be working in a new restaurant next month too. Working in these restaurants has given me so many experiences and friends. I've had some fans from singing like this and it makes me feel good because people don't know me and they like me for what I am.
Well, I think that's something. I'm kind of in a hurry so I'm sorry if it's a little too short. Just mail me again if you need any more information or questions about me. I'll be glad to answer. I hope to see you in Japan.
I'll tell you some of my information right now if you want
My real name is : Sirintip Hanpradit My nick name is : Rose, but my friends call me Oat (they think Rose is too cute for me :) My birthday is on the 26th of February, 1983 Place of birth : Bangkok
I stayed in Bangkok til i was around 5 years old i think, then i moved to a province in the north-eastern of Thailand called Ubon Ratchatani and stayed there until 3rd grade. Then my father (we're a Christian family) got a scholarship to study in Hong Kong for 2 years so i spent my 4th and 5th grade in Hong Kong. I studied in 2 International schools. 4th grade in a homeschool called Emmaus, there were 20 students in the whole school (grade 1-5). This is where i learnt to speak English so fluently because all the teachers were our parents. Say if you have 2 children, you have to come to help at the school for 2 days in one week. This is also the favorite school of my childhood. Unfortunately the school had some problem and had to be closed so in 5th grade i moved to a new, bigger school called ICS (International Christian School). I love to think about when i was in Hong Kong because i think it was a lot of fun and i learnt a lot while i was there. So you can say that my best part in my childhood is in Hong Kong. 6th grade i moved back to Bangkok and studied in 2 more schools. The first one was a Buddhism school, my parents found a Christian school later so i moved there in the second term of 6th grade. So i studied in 5 schools from grade 1 to 6 :)
I was in Bangkok Christian school from 2nd term in grade 6 until grade 9. Then i moved to an all-girl school name Sainampeung til grade 12. My producer (his name is Fun, Gomol Bunpearpol) was in the same church and someone told him i had a good voice so he took me to his studio house and recored my voice for an executive producer in GMM Grammy. His name is Dee, Nitipong Hawnark. He liked my voice so he said he will produce me an album. That was in 12th grade. Not long after i finished 9th grade, the tape was still in progress, someone offered me a job in a pub. I accepted it and i sing and play my own guitar for a living since then. My starting job was in a Pub called Lar Lunar, in Sukumwit 26. i sang 2 nights a week and got 6,000 bahts per month. I worked there for only about 2 months and they've got some problems and had to be shut down. So i had no job for a while.
Well... i'd like to continue but i have to go to class now. I'll leave it as part 1, and i'll continue part 2 later, i hope it's alright with you. I know it seems long and boring but i want to tell you every bit of me. Hope you don't mind :)
バンコクには５歳の時まで居ました。それから、タイ東北部のウボン ラーチャタニーに移り住み、小学校の３学年までそこに居ました。その頃、私の父が（私の家族はキリスト教徒です。）香港で勉強する奨学金を得まして、小学校の４学年、５学年と２年間、かの地で過ごしました。私は２つのインターナショナル・スクールで学びました。Ｅｍｍａｕｓというホームスクールで４学年を過ごしましたが、そこは全校で生徒数２０名という学校でした。そこで英語の勉強をしたのですが、全教師がたった２人でそれが私の両親であったんですが、まぁ、それで英語が流暢に使えるようになった訳です。この学校は、もし、こどもが２人居るなら、この学校に対して１週間に２日間、奉仕をしなくてはならないというシステムで、私の幼年期の於けるお気に入りの学校でした。残念ながら、その学校は諸事情により閉校してしまいましたので、５学年の時にはＩＣＳ（International Christian School）というより大きな学校へ入りました。私は香港に居た時のことを思い出すのが好きで、何故ならば、とても楽しかったし、とても色んなことを学んだからです。ですから、最高の幼年期を香港で過ごしたと言えるでしょう。 ６学年の時にバンコクに戻りまして、それから２つの学校へ通うようになりました。最初のが仏教系の学校でしたが、父がクリスチャン系の学校を見つけてきましたので、後にそちらに移り、残りの勉強をそこでしました。という事で、私は１学年から、６学年の間に５つの学校で勉強をした事になります。