That's a local brand, Jocar Office. They don't strictly color-code their pencils based on lead sizes like Pentel does, rather they have a variety of colors per lead size (white, silver, black and light pink for 0.5mm, and bronze, purple, hot pink and blue for 0.7, as far as I've seen them). I tend to prefer 0.5 but I was in a slight hurry and this one in 0.7 was the first one I found, so cowabunga it was.
I'm an absolute curmudgeon about handwriting, cursive and doing arithmetic/algebra calculations by hand, so I insist on pencil and paper whenever they're feasible such as personal notes. I learned technical drafting at school and consider it a great ancillary skill to have, but at the same time I firmly believe in computerized drafting due to how convenient it is.
In the tropics where temperatures fluctuate mostly between 19 and 32 Celsius day and night, cold drinks tend to be in high demand, so the contents of thermos can go either way. Typically small ones are used for hot stuff like coffee or tea, and gallon-sized behemoths are for icy cold water or juice, but for these one-liter ones, you'll only know if you ask the owner. I'm not a super fan of tea unless it's cold out, only drink coffee in the morning, and sweat a disproportionate amount at the slightest physical exertion (yes, even when it's sort of chilly, so when I'm exercising or performing physical labour I go full ham), so my thermos is reserved for good old icy water.