Added by Asia Stuff Media on March 31, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
I got an interview ,and the position is foreign trade .In past five year i have been wroking in a HK company as an General Affair assitant .Recently i found out i really hate my dead-end , crappy job. I wish i could do something diffirent ,somthing with more challenge. So i am really exciting about it , and wish me will make a good performance tomorrow
Added by Bena on March 30, 2011 at 2:07pm — No Comments
A new neck warmer I made for a friend.
It's my frist to make a neck warmer. The pattern looks ok, but there is sth wrong on the concer. I spent my time for this about 3 weeks, I dont know why this one took so much time. I am normally done it for 1 week.
It is very funny that today,one of my friends did not believe that I can knit. He said that I didnt look like can do these hand made detail thing. Haha~
I got an email from my dead sisters email address the other day. Well you could have knocked me down with a feather it was such a shock. It was merely a question mark (?)
I replied "Who is this?" (As she is dead)…Continue
-people cry,not because they are weak,its because they hv bein strong for too long.
-Appreciate what u hv.bcuz what u hv now is one of the many things u once prayed for.
-life is not about waiting for the storm to pass,but about learing to dance in the rain.
ps.Im not afaid of tomorrow,for I have seen yesterday and love today.
Added by yoorla on March 28, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments
We started off with dinner at the Spice Restaurant in Coco Park, and again vowed not to return. The only one of that type worth eating at in my opinion is the Thai restaurant near Bai Shi Zhou.
Dropped by McCawley’s but didn’t see anyone we knew, so on to La Casa. There was rain in the air so we took a table under the walkway and next to a heater – bigger than we really needed, but somebody might turn up. Mid-way through our second drink the staff very politely asked us…Continue
Earthquakes, seem to be quite the in thing here in this part of the world. First the big one in China, then the big one in NZ, Japan and last night Burma and Thailand. Sitting in my condo doing some stuff on the computer, I heard what sounded like thunder, then I had this weird feeling that everything was moving in slow motion except me. Out the corner of my eye, I observed the water in my bottle was shaking and was like WTF? I turned around to see the the light cover was moving back and…Continue
Besides I don't like the enviroment there.HATE!
Watched a sex live show, it was pretty good, learned some stuff.....
I will not be original. Magnus, if I remember right, has already posted a discussion on a similar topic.
So, because he has already done it, I thought I'd just put this up as a blog - it's mostly an opportunity for me to vent :-P
As I mentioned on one of the discussions (I think it was the one about the "most arrogant country"), I often encounter really aggressive behaviour from Indian guys. All I am curious about is WHY it is so common among them?! :-o
My younger bro told me that he want to lose some weight. He is 183CM, and almost 100kg. But after struggled 3 months, now he is 103kg…囧 And I told him, ok, I am trying to gain my weight a little bit, but seems the weight was on your body, not mine! = =|| coz I’ve lost 1kg since last week again and my jeans are getting fat…= =|||
I used to very fat, more than 60kg, but I am only 158CM. and then one day my mum told her firends said, look at my daughter ! She's toooo fat!!! 囧…Continue
▼ Grit: The Tyler Perry Journey …Continue
Added by THiNKTaNK on March 24, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
I am almost finished with my Hong Kong flat hunting.
What can I say about it in regards to Shenzhen? The following are my observations and conclusions.
If we talk about the living standard in terms of space, then you definitely can't get anthing as big as you do in Shenzhen for the same money. This is something that has to be taken for granted even before you start flat hunting there.
As for other aspects, I'd say that even though most places are really…Continue