In Chun Eng's words...

Monday, September 24, 2007

Things changed

Anything and everything can really change all of a sudden, in a blink of an eye. Now that some things have changed, I wonder how things are gonna be from now on?


Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Japanese meeting manners

Recently I attended a kick-off meeting with a customer in Kepong, and it was something I've never experienced before... the culture I mean. While we, the vendors, arrived at the meeting room first, their culture is not to sit down but to wait until everyone has arrived.

So we remained standing and wait to be introduced, one by one, to the customers. Being a kick-off meeting, the company just wanted to show everyone whose involved in this new project.

In the past when attending a meeting, I would just sit comfortably while waiting for everyone to arrive. Here, we had to stand while waiting. A big difference in culture.... interesting!!!

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Monday, September 10, 2007

Being failed again

Once again the government has failed us. If you guys had read The Star's front page news on Sunday, you'll probably know what I was talking about. The amount are just too ridiculous. And it just proves yet again that the government officers are just incapable of managing large funds. Either that, or they just have another agenda in mind.

They ought to be removed from office with someone more capable. But then again, these officers may probably go unpunished. Then after a while, Malaysians would most likely forget about the whole problem.

Another article showing some top officer's incapability. Let's see what else is going to happen.

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Thursday, September 06, 2007

Bye Bye Pavarotti

Just read the news about Pavarotti's death from Yahoo! Not that I really adore his singing. I never quite understood opera though I've always found it amazing for a person to be able to sing at such a high note.

So good bye Luciano Pavarotti, may your sould rest in peace.


The unexpected

Last week a new guy joined my team. This week I found out his date of birth. Really, a person's birthday has no significance on me except when after I found out that we share the same birth day, birth month and birth year.

So literally, in Chinese (Cantonese), I found a guy who is 'tong nin, tong yuet, tong yat sang' as I am. What more can I say, or shoud I say?

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