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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Saturday, July 2, 2011

DATUK MICHELLE YEOH DEPORTED FROM MYAMMAR

Hi! everyone,

It was a great shock to read the news that reported the Hollywood actress, Datuk Michelle Yeoh, who stars as pro-democracy leader  Aung San Suu Kyi in an upcoming movie, was deported by Myammar's military-backed government on June 22, 2011 as she was blacklisted.

Their inappropriate action speaks  for themselves because such an event cannot go unnoticed. As we at this blog do respect the internal issues and the sovereignty of the nation in question, yet we cannot help but just wonder what sort of "justice" they are reflecting in their society? What sort of leadership they are projecting to the world at large?

Yeoh is not a threat to the nation as she is neither a revolutionary nor an activist seeking to overthrow the government of Myanmar. Thus, we can safely infer that she will not intervene in the internal affairs of that country. I guess I am not biased towards her without reason and I do rather leave it to you to draw your conclusion based on their own action in line with saying " Action speaks louder than words".

She is an artiste, a well
renowned Hollywood actress who is always faithful to her craft and has a choice to choose to act in any role to play. This is a basic principle that her choice should be respected before one can gain respect. This is a natural way of reaction that govern the underlying sound principle of giving is receiving.

As such, we at this blog trying to play a part not to let this event go unnoticed, but decided to spread this news to the world at large with the hope that such an action should not be repeated by any country. But every government should treat the matter with care and appropriate concern.

Last but not least, we, at this blog write to appeal the government of Myanmar to reconsider their stand and decision. We also hope that they are not blinded by their pride and arrogance that will bring self-destruction to their country. With this, we hope it shall be the last warming/wake up call for those countries which has repeatedly prescribed to this sort of action.

 Thanks for your precious time to read this article and please help us to spread this news to show your care in stopping such an action. Thank you in advance.

As a saying goes, what goes around will come around. If we do not stop this sort of actions, we will be haunted by it one day. 



James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18

Thursday, June 30, 2011

WORLD'S LONGEST CROSS -SEA BRIDGE

Very happy day to you,


Today I have very good news for all of you. This good news is none other than the world's longest cross-sea bridge had just opened by the China Authority. We all should welcome this new creation that has been delivered to the world. This is a healthy way to add more creation to the world for all of us to enjoy and benefit from it.

The bridge, connecting urban Qingdao with the city's less-developed district of Huangdao, costs 14.8 billion yuan (USD 2.3 billion). It is created with the intent to boost the development of an industrial zone in Huangdao and to facilitate the rise of foreign trade by increasing the port''s handling capacity.

It will ease the complaints by the business community of the inconvenience of the current, less-efficient sea transport, whose operation is at the mercy of the weather. The bridge will shorten the route between Huangdao and urban Qingdao by 30 km, cutting the travel time down from over 40 minutes to around 20 minutes.

Before its completion, the Hangzhou Bay Bridge that spans across the bay of Hangzhou, in eastern Zhejiang province, was considered the world''s longest cross-sea bridge.

Qingdao officials also announced the completion of a 9.47-kilometer-long undersea tunnel that runs parallel to the bridge. The construction of the tunnel, whose lowest part is located 81 metres below sea level, cost another 7 billion yuan. This bridge has its own uniqueness and characteristics, truly serves its users to the utmost.

The construction of this project began in August 2007. It took slightly less than 4 years to complete and supported by more than 5,000 pillars. According to Zhou Fengjun, an academician at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the engineers overcame huge difficulties in building the tunnel amid a complicated geological environment. This is another illustration to prove that we can deliver whatever our minds conceive and believe in.

He said the project can now serve as a textbook for the country's tunnel-construction projects.

This bridge has a unique feature that has passed construction appraisals on June 27, 2011 and the bridge and an undersea tunnel opened to traffic on the last day of the month. It is a new Guinness World Record. It's a marathon journey across the sea that you can take in your car. Don't forget to try it out whenever you have the opportunity to do so and share with us your experience here. Thank you in advance.


Append below please find some of the photos of its amazingly beautiful scenes.





 Trust you have enjoyed it and have a nice weekend.



James Oh






Skype me at james.oh18













Wednesday, June 29, 2011

BEAUTIFUL POEM TO SHARE

May your troubles be less,



Your blessings be more,


And nothing but happiness coming through your door.




The place to be happy is here,


The time to be happy is now,


The way to be happy is to appreciate and enjoy whatever it comes along


Monday, June 27, 2011

WORLD BEST UNDERWATER PHOTO 13


"Hitting Sailfish" by Alexander Safonov - a sailfish attacking schooling fish in Port St Johns, South Africa