Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Plus Smart Tag...remember to insert your T'n'G

Name 20 people you can think of at the top of your head. Don't read the questions before you write, and tag 5 people to do this survey.

(in no particular order)
1.Wern Wern
2.Soon Guan
3.Roger Ong
4.Steve Lau
5.Temme Lee
6.Joanne Soo
7.Joanne Tan
8.Jinny Wong
9.Peter Lim
10.Mei Hui
11.Sarah Ong
12.Charles Ling
13.Dian Sastrowardoyo
14.Jonathan Ling
15.Mark Ho
16.Joanne Ho
17.Evelyn Ong
18.James Ong
19.Ivy Ang
20.Audrey Tong

How did you meet 14?
Apperantly, we were introduced to each other when we were very young. Our parents know each other. Got to know him better in church.

What would you do if you never met 1?
I would try to find her. The question is weird. I'll answer it. I would have lesser happy and crazy days in life. Days of good laughter and fun wouldn't have been possible. A different individual presents a unique experience.

What would you do if 20 and 9 dated?

Did you ever like 19?
No lah but wondering if i should. jk. but can or not? =)

Would 6 and 17 make a good couple?

Describe 3.
If you are love sick, deprived of love or someone who can love you find him. He is Sitiawan's very own love doctor. He is a great friend. A great sportsman. A person with a great heart. Someone who seems complicated yet so simple. Humility.

Do you think 8 is attractive?
In her own ways.

Tell me something about 7.
I was attracted to her during the many years in secondary school. Talented badminton player (Perak state player, played at the national level). Lovely person. Enjoy chatting with her.

Do you know any of 12's family?
We grew up together! Good friend...one of my closest friend.

What's 18's favourite?
Basketball Basketball Basketball...

What would you do if 11 confesses that he/she likes you?
Will she ever? Nooooooo.....If she did..i hope you are reading this...I would run for my life.ahahah jk.

Who is 9 going out with?
Hmmmm....no one I guess...Anyone interested. He can serenade you with Christian songs. =)

How old is 16 now?
Tough one. Where's the calender? I think she is soon to be 19.

When was the last time you talked to 13?

Never had the chance but I've heard her spoken on tv before.

Who's 2 favourite band/singer?
Pussycat Dolls!!!

Would you date 4?
Never in any lifetime. ahaha....but we are like brothers..we go out often.Counted?

Would you date 7?
I would love to but I'm lazy to call her.

Is 15 single?
I suspect he is not.

What's 10's last name?

Would you ever be in a serious relationship with 11?
Is this a conspiracy to re-invent arranged marriage? No...I wouldn't. Sorry have to be honest...

Which school does 3 go to?
Where girls from all over the world would study. Inti College Malaysia, Nilai.

Where does 6 live?
Some where on a tree in the Klang Valley. oh! should it be a boat in the Klang River. I don't know lah. All I know is that she lives in PJ.

Whats your favourite thing about 5?
Aiyo. How to answer? Her stripe shirt. Oh!!! her hair colour.

And I tag...
1. Jinny 2. Audrey 3. Charles 4. James Ong 5. Jonathan Ling 6. Sarah Ong

Friday, July 21, 2006

Unity through God's eyes

"How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! It is as if the dew of Hermon were falling on Mount Zion. For there the LORD bestows his blessing, even life forevermore" Psalms 133:1-3

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Freedom Lost?

Have we lost our freedom of speach? Have the nation's press lost their freedom? I would like to hear from any journalist in this country or from abroad regarding press freedom. I find lately, the printed media becoming more and more bias. Is this the work of a certain group of people controlling the media companies. I understand that a prominent figure mentioned by Jeff Ooi on his blog not only have strong influence on NST but also the prime minister. This is according to Matthias Chang, the former political secretary of our previous PM, Tun Mahathir. Is this causing NST to change its course?

I thought the past was bad enough. When we were under the previous PM, it was said that there was no press freedom but I was too young then to really understand it. I did however noticed the discrepancy that exist between the state controlled printed media and the one controlled by the opposition. With the advancement of information technology, I'm now able to search and read on a wider scope. This enables me to know better the other side of the story which is normally not known to the masses.

In today's The Star, the Deputy Information Minister Datuk Seri Chia Kwang Chye urged bloggers to blog accurately. What does accuracy mean? Does it mean non-offensive? No it doesn't. Regarding racial issues, the Malays would often find what the Chinese would say as offensive, so would Indians. Often we hear of questions being raised on the issue of Malay rights being shot down with WMD(weapons of mass destruction) in and out of parliament. What was raised was relevant and accurate. So do we now have to refrain from expressing our rights? Are we given the remedy to verbal and blogging diarrhea? I guess many of us are mature citizens of a developing country able to live together regardless of our differences. Certainly we also can listen and respond positively to each others short comings. None of us wants to be marginalised. Neither do we want to see another race falling behind. We can all make this country a better place to live. What do you think about press freedom and freedom of speach in Malaysia?

Monday, July 17, 2006

Israel at war

You may wonder why do I say so as many of us think that Israel has always been at war, true in a way. This time, the war is bigger and deadlier. Probably it would increase in intensity to the scale of the 6 Days War where Israel single-handedly defeated its neighbours in 6 days. Here is an insert from an e-mail. I'm not sure of the authencity but my source is reliable.

On January 29, 2006 when I was speaking in a church service at Jubilee Church in Camarillo, the Lord began to speak to me about Lebanon. One of the things they do at Jubilee is pray for the nations each Sunday. When I saw the flag of Lebanon, it lit up by the Holy Spirit for me to see. The Lord then began to quicken a prophetic word to me. He said, "Watch Lebanon." Not only was He speaking to that church and the people there as a personal call for them to watch over the nation of Lebanon, but I felt like He was speaking to us as His people that Lebanon would become a real prayer focus and issue this year. I was hesitant to interrupt the service and give this word because I was not confident over who in the service would understand the concept of Lebanon today. However, I am glad that I heeded the Lord's voice that He was calling us to pray for Lebanon this year.

I heard the Lord say the following:
"In the midst of the summer at the hottest point you will begin to see the snow of Lebanon melt. Watch as Palestine and Syria form an ungodly alliance with Lebanon. For Lebanon is at the end of the fork of the road of change for the Middle East. Lebanon will become an issue that causes the Middle East to go one way or the other. In the midst of the beauty and grandeur of this place I will begin to write a new script over how the nations will realign. Out of Lebanon a new wineskin will form and a new river will begin to rise. I will bring conflict into Lebanon because it is the boundary that I will deal with this year concerning My promised land of Israel. The warlike tribes of Lebanon will once again arise. But in the end I will win this war, and the riches that have been withheld from My kingdom plan will be released. Watch and see for there is a new vision. For in the days ahead you will hear a cry arise from the deep affliction and mourning that comes out of Lebanon. Out of the ancient city of Damascus, you will see a caravan arise. I, Ancient of Days, will create a conflict in Damascus. My power will be displayed to the world when I break the confederation of demonic hosts that are aligned against My covenant plan. Out of Damascus will come a new move of My Spirit. Many conversions and miracles will occur in the region that surrounds Damascus. Watch because I am realigning the nations of this region. I will send angelic forces to guard My plan. No matter how Syria arises against that plan at this time, I will have warring angelic forces that will counteract the plan of men that are aligned with evil forces to create havoc. Sing the songs of the Ancient of Days for it is those songs that will create the sound of victory over the lands of this region."

Chuck D. Pierce
Do pray for the people, innocent people who are caught in the midst of this turmoil. Pray for Israel as a nation. Their brothers of the Arab world. Are we seeing the beginning of Armageddon?

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Semester 1 2006 Results

Praise God!!! even if I didn't do well. Even if it didn't meet my expectations. Not that I'm disappointed. I didn't expect to do well for Infrastructure for E-commerce, and expected to do best for International Marketing. However, the results were the opposite. I didn't fail any subjects this time. Thank God. Infact, I scored highest for Infrastructure for E-commerce among my other subjects. Here are my results:

GCO3601 (e-commerce) - D (distinction)
MKW3444 (int. marketing) - C (credit)
PRL2003 (public relations) - D (distinction)

Really Praise God. I wasn't really expecting some of the questions to appear for GCO3601 but thank God I some how some time back read about these technology and thanks to the help from the Holy Spirit, I was able to keep my composure to stay calm through my revision and exam. I hope you have been blessed in some ways or better, always!

Sunday, July 09, 2006


Something went terribly with my blog. No one could log in for a while. Then when I finally could a part of the links were gone including the chatterbox. I've just checked the templates and found out part of the coding were deleted. How did this happen when I didn't touch it for more than a month?!! I'm in the midst of restoring the lost links. I doubt I could get all of it back. So, if any of you have any intereting links to recommend to me, please do so by leaving the URL in the comment window. Thank you very much.

Friday, July 07, 2006


I'm known to be prone to injuries. Almost all my injuries are sports related. Just a few days ago, I injured myself again. This time, it is not as serious as dislocating my jaw. During my last attempt to kick a free kick I felt a sharp pull of my groin muscle. Luckily it wasn't a tear. Now I walk with a slight limp. A doctor said it wouldn't take more then 2 weeks to heal. So no big deal. Thanks to those who prayed for me last weekend while I was in Genting. It really helped.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Leaders' Summit: A brief Overview

A'ight! The DUMC Leaders' Summit 2006@Awana Genting that took place over the past weekend was nothing lesser than exciting, reassuring, moving, compelling, redirecting and awakening. The weeks building up to the Summit were best described as "yo-yo" but more on the high side. We were told to go with an expectant heart and I dare say I did and wasn't disappointed. I expected God to speak and I will elaborate more on this in my next entry which will be much more serious. God is good all the time, a phrase of praise and adoration to the King of kings that many have forgotten. The sound of it echoed through the hall where we meet every time we gathered to begin a session. Trully, it was a time of realigning to God. No Summit or an event such as a huge get-together like this is complete without some fun!Every leader gets a pack filled with schedule, Growth Journal, note book, a note from the Senior Pastor and food voucher!!!!Audrey wasn't included in the leader's pack but Jyh Shyn, Peter, Audrey and I went up to Awana together. This was the first picture taken upon arrival.Here are Chris Chan, the boss of our zone and Peter "fish chai" Lim "pek". Many thanks to Chris for his enduring patience in teaching us during our earlier days in CG and his passing on of the techniques of Bible studying. Peter has always been a good friend and support to me and the CG even when it seems the hardest. Perserverance is one of the keys to success. No days are complete with food. No man can live without food, physical and spiritual. This is Rajawali Restaurant where we dine 3 times a day.The room we were assigned to was big. I share a room with Jyh Shyn, the undisputed Ipoh Philharmonic Ochestra. He plays every wind and string instrument, including the drums at night after the lights are off and sometimes even before. If you ever see the person in the picture in your room at any time, don't worry, he's probably Peter. He's probably there to watch the television.
Our Leaders' Summit Heroes! Or course there many more, like Ballack Kee. That's Adriano Foo. And presenting the Summit Champion, Charlton Ho's team England, I wish. We lost. Peter's reaction to the lost to Brazil in the semis and losing a dance competition against Audrey!
That's Jyh Shyn looking rather..eerm, cissy?sexy? Well, that was taken just before we descend.
One last shot before we make a move...