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Friday, April 30, 2010

Making Something Out of Nothing

I just read some book about making money out of nothing at all. It sounds interesting. The other day I was watching this TV program about Singaporean Entrepreneur Wendy Kwek. She started her business with virtually no capital at all. She became the best reseller of Anthony Robbins program in Singapore and also Malaysia.

Do you believe in making money out of nothing concept?

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Malaysian Drivers are the Worst

What can I say, Malaysians are like demons when they drive on public roads. They never care to slow down and would even accelerate when they see someone crossing the road. I came down from my bus and was about to cross the road when a Toyata Alphard weaved through the traffic and almost know me down. This driver should be put behind bars!

Assigment Dateline

Rushing, rushing to complete my Uni assigment. Why all of the assignments have to come at the same time? I gotta thing at the time or else I will never finish doing them!

Have you been in a situation like this? A pile of work that seems to be never ending. How do you cope with this?

IP Man 2

I watched IP Man first movie when it was first released with my Uni friend. Donnie Yen did a good job in portraying the famous Kung Fu Master who is also a sifu of the famous martial art legend, Bruce Lee.
Here is the movie plot :
In this sequel set in 1948, sifu Ip Man (Donnie Yen) arrives in Hong Kong and discover that kung fu schools there operated like triads rather than more respectable martial art institutions. IP Man efforts to teach his famous Wing Chun discipline is fraught with poverty and meets resistance from Master Hung (Sammo Hung), a kungfu master who also runs a fish market and consistent bullying by the British authorities. However, he takes solace in his bright student Leung (Chen Dao Ming) and his loving, patient wife (Lynn Hung @ Xiong Dai Lin). As conflicts brew and tempers flare, an English boxing champ (Darren Shahlavi) insults the Chinese and challenges the whole kung fu establishment to an East vs. West duel, leaving Master Hung and Master Ip to find themselves the best possible allies.
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