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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

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BY JAMES OH

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Whale Watch in New Zealand - My wonderful experience

Dear Readers,
Lately I saw my skiing photo which I took many years back in New Zealand. It reminded me of my wonderful experience of whale watching in the town of Kaikoura - a scenic two and a half-hour drive north from Christchurch in New Zealand's South Island. This is an exciting up-close encounter with the Whale throughout the year. Whale watch scheduled tours operate daily and I really enjoyed the every moment of my journey. Because the chance that we see a whale is so good that the company dares to guarantee us refund 80% of the fare should our Whale Watch Kaikoura tour does not sight a whale.

That was my first visit to New Zealand and I managed to watch a Giant Sperm Whale which the tourist guide told us that this is the largest whale they have seen so far. I am so excited and my friend snap a photo for me which reflected I nearly touched the tail of the whale - the trick of his camera. See the photo below and you will know what I mean. 

This is the boat which we board to watch the whale. You can see how small is our ship as compared to the whale. As such, the captain has to keep a certain distance from the whale so as to ensure safety for his passengers.

In this connection, may someone tell me as what caused the whale to jump out from the ocean? Knowing that its weight and size, it is not easy for it to do that. Yet it still does.
Giant Sperm Whales are the stars of the show and I was told that they are year-round residents there. During our journey there, we also encountered New Zealand Fur Seals, pods of Dusky dolphins and the endangered Wandering Albatross. A real sweet and wonderful experience throughout the journey because you will find something interesting to watch and enjoy
I was told that at times you may also see migrating Humpback Whales, Pilot Whales, Blue Whales and Southern Right Whales but it is very much depends on the season you visit the area.

No surprise that this wonderful place, Kaikoura, often hosts the world's largest dolphin - the Orca - and is home to the world's smallest and rarest - the Hector's. Besides that, Kaikoura also attracts the largest concentration and variety of seabirds on mainland New Zealand including 13 species of Albatross, 14 varieties of Petrels and 7 types of Shearwater. This is a real wonderful place for those who enjoy the beauty of the nature. 

Undersea Canyon
I was also made to know that the 2km deep Kaikoura Canyon, lying hidden just offshore, is one of the world's great undersea wonders. The two strong sea currents converge in this enormous trench and draw vast quantities of plant and animal nutrients to the surface in a great up swelling. Visit now to have such a marvelous experience.
At that time, I took my company plane to Christchurch, our final stop of delivery of our aircraft for maintenance in one of the hangars in New Zealand. My colleagues and I spent a couple of nights in that town. Thereafter, my friend from the Reinsurance Broker join me for a tour and we rented a car to embark our journey to explore a few interesting places for our trip.
Other place we have visited is at the foot of the hill where we have our skiing there. I engaged a coach to teach me to ski, however I find my body is too stiff to master it. At the end of day, I still hardly move, yet I find it challenging and most memorable in my life. See the photo below where I have clothed myself with all the necessary equipments and the stiffness of my body is well reflected in the photo. 












































Hope this article gives you some insight of the place I have visited.
Your Chief Servant,

James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Tong Sian Primary School, Penang

Tong Sian Primary School, Penang
                                         
                                                                    CLASSMATE 1968-73








My dearest friends,











The photo of the above school was taken recently when I made my trip back to my hometown, Penang. If you have read my preceding articles, you may probably realised that this trip has brought back my old sweet memories.

This school has reminded me of my six good years of receiving my early school education there, throughout 1968 to 1973. I was only standard two when the racial riots happened at 1969. Thank God that my belated father had rescued me from my school. 

There are about five bus stops away from my house to this school. I recalled at times I walked back with my two schoolmates occasionally, whom I still contact till date. We used to walk back because there was only one type of bus we could take from our school to home, i.e. Bus No 9, which routes take about half an hour a trip. At that time, the weather was not that hot and we took about 15 minutes to walk a single way, through some short cut path.

Three of us met in China when we made a trip about a year back to visit my friend's brother, who is still working in China. Whereas both of us are in Malaysia. Three of us have different faiths, despite beginning with the same faith. Both of us migrated to Kuala Lumpur about two decades ago, whereas his younger brother was working in Penang prior to his employment in China. 

I recalled many years ago, prior to my graduation from the university, I met up with several of my old school mates to organise a reunion. However, I did not join them because my lessons started much earlier than the reunion date. Thereafter, I did not hear from the rest of them.

As I write and post this article of this school in the hope that I be able to contact these group of people again. Who know, we might take up other challenging work to track back the history of this unique school, which I think we all know very little of. 

Append below is the group photo of my schoolmates which I have kept with me for the past 37 years. Please leave down your contact details via comments or email to me at jamesoh2003@yahoo.co.uk 

Wish you all very best and look forward to hearing from you,

James Oh




Your Chief Servant,

James Oh
Founder and Group CEO

Skype me at james.oh18

A Full Glass Of Milk

   A Full Glass Of Milk

    Very nice story to spread to...

    One day, a poor boy who was selling goods from door to door to pay,
    for his hungry stomach, decided he would ask for a meal at the next
    house.

    On the way through school, he found he had only one thin dime left
    and he was very hungry.

    However, he lost his nerve when a lovely young woman opened the
    door.Instead of a meal he asked for a drink of water.

    The woman thought he looked hungry, so brought him a large glass of
    milk.

    He drank it slowly, and then asked, 'How much do I owe you?' 'You
    don't owe me anything,' she replied. 'Mother has taught us,never to
    accept pay for a kindness.'

    He said...'Then I thank you from my heart.'

    Year's later that young woman became critically ill.
    The local doctors were baffled.They finally sent her to the big
    city,where they called in specialists to study her rare disease.

    Dr. Howard Kelly was called in for the consultation.
    When he heard the name of the town she came from, a strange light
    filled his eyes.

    Immediately he rose and went down the hall of the hospital to her
    room.Dressed in his doctor's gown he went in to see her.He
    recognized her at once.

    He went back to the consultation room determined to do his best to
    save her life,from that day he gave special attention to the case.

    After a long struggle, the battle was won. Dr. Kelly requested the
    business office to pass the final bill to him for approval.

    He looked at it, then wrote something on the edge and the bill was
    sent to her room.

    The woman feared opening it, for she was sure it would take the
    rest of her life to pay for it all.

    Finally she looked, and something caught her attention on the side
    of the bill. She read these words...
    'Paid in full with one glass of milk.' Signed, Dr.Howard Kelly.

    Tears of joy flooded her eyes as her happy heart prayed: Thank You,
    God,that Your love has spread abroad through human hearts and
    hands.'

Monday, August 30, 2010

TONG SIAN PRIMARY SCHOOL PENANG

Tong Sian Primary School, Penang




My dearest friends,




The photo of the above school was taken recently when I made my trip back to my hometown, Penang. If you have read my preceding articles, you may probably realised that this trip has brought back my old sweet memories.






















This school has reminded me of my six good years of receiving my early school education there, throughout 1968 to 1973. I was only standard two when the racial riots happened at 1969. Thank God that my belated father had rescued me from my school.






















There are about five bus stops away from my house to this school. I recalled at times I walked back with my two schoolmates occasionally, whom I still contact till date. We used to walk back because there was only one type of bus we could take from our school to home, i.e. Bus No 9, which routes take about half an hour a trip. At that time, the weather was not that hot and we took about 15 minutes to walk a single way, through some short cut path.






















Three of us met in China when we made a trip about a year back to visit my friend's brother, who is still working in China. Whereas both of us are in Malaysia. Three of us have different faiths, despite beginning with the same faith. Both of us migrated to Kuala Lumpur about two decades ago, whereas his younger brother was working in Penang prior to his employment in China.






















I recalled many years ago, prior to my graduation from the university, I met up with several of my old school mates to organise a reunion. However, I did not join them because my lessons started much earlier than the reunion date. Thereafter, I did not hear from the rest of them.






















As I write and post this article of this school in the hope that I be able to contact these group of people again. Who know, we might take up other challenging work to track back the history of this unique school, which I think we all know very little of.














Append below is the group photo of my schoolmates which I have kept with me for the past 37 years. Please leave down your contact details via comments or email to me at jamesoh2003@yahoo.co.uk or bthongoh@hotmail.com. 


                             CLASSMATES OF TONG SIAN 
                         

Wish you all very best and look forward to hearing from you,


James Oh











































Your Chief Servant,

James Oh














Skype me at james.oh18





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