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Snow Wolf Lake

I have been hearing on air the past week on YES 933 about the Chinese version of Snow Wolf Lake. They actually flew to HK to interview Jacky Cheung & Kit Chan. I also heard the latest Chinese soundtrack, the Chinese version "Bu Lao De Chuan Shuo". I heard that the Chinese soundtrack will be out in May, will be defintely buying that, even though I have the cantonese version 1 already.

But the bad part is we may be missing Kit Chan. She is retiring in May, just hope she changes her mind for the Singapore performances. I am looking forward to the show. I think I will be the one getting the tickets for my friends, since I am going with them. Altogether, if I am not wrong, there will be 6 of us going, including Stella. I certainly do not mind pay for her.

Let's hope Kit will be back.

Dating Quiz

This is a nice dating quiz, courtesy of Francessca.


Try it, mine is quite accurate.

http://www.datingdiversions.com/profquiz5.html


Your Top Ten Traits, Ranked
1. Outgoing
2. Big-Hearted
3. Practical
4. Traditional
5. Liberal
6. Adventurous
7. Funny
8. Intellectual
9. Romantic
10. Stylish

Your dating personality profile:You matched the following traits:Outgoing - You can liven up any party. You've got a way with people and have little difficulty charming your dates.Big-Hearted - You are a kind and caring person. Your warmth is inviting, and your heart is a wellspring of love.Practical - You are a down-to-earth individual who is not impressed with material excess. You care about the stuff of like that really matters


Your Top Ten Match Traits, Ranked
1. Practical
2. Funny
3. Traditional
4. Romantic
5. Intellectual
6. Conservative
7. Big-Hearted
8. Athletic
9. Shy
10. Adventurous

Your date match profile:You match with women who have following traits:Practical - You are drawn to people who are sensible and smar…

2 Horror Weeks

I was hoping that after my trip to Taipei, my batteries will be recharged & I will be able to handle the influx of the Form C & queries more effectively. But it was not to be. Haiz:(

My lady boss has been monitoring my work progress & puntucality issues since I was back from Taipei. She is also trying to get me to implement a whole siew of changes that will effectively slow down the efficiency of my work & increase the cost of the work. Also the resources that I have now, are not that fantastic also, A Windows 95 PC, with corrupted software, that prints out a different type each time I type.

I was wondering if someone has been stabbing me in the back due to jealousy or what. If it is the case, I think I know who those people are. It must be that prawn or that senior.

These stupid games are driving me nuts, I am planning to start my hunt for my new job. Any takers???

Taipei Trip II

The next day, we went to the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall. It was not a bad exprience after all. I managed to see the history of China in the making, and the reason why China regards Taiwan as part of its land. It was a wonderful lesson.

We went to Taipei 101 Tower after the trip to the Memorial Hall. We did some shopping. I bought 2 jackets, 1 for Stella, 1 for my cousin, thanking her for helping me in the ACCA course that I am taking.

However, after the shopping trip, the weather suddenly changed for the worst. My mum & I decided that we should head back to the hotel straightaway, as we were nearly blown away by the strong winds. We really nearly flew off.

It was a hair raising exprience.

Taipei Trip

Hi, finally have a chance to be back here to write something about my Taipei trip after a busy 2 weeks.

Taipei is an interesting city with lots of nice people. It was not like what we usually see on tv, where the politicans actually fight with one another. These nice people actually helped us to save a lot money during our trip.

My mum & I had arrived on a night SQ flight. We reached our hotel at about 12mn, after an hour's bus ride & taxi ride from the airport. We were so tired that we just dozed off after our heads hit the bed.

The next day, after having a full breakfast ( we skipped lunch after that), we made our way to Leong Shan Temple, did some praying before heading to Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. We were quite surprised that this place of interest was free of charge as there were many things to see and read. It was quite a fruitful trip. We also saw the arts theatre performances, together with the pop group, FIR in concert. We actually spent about 6 hours there. A…