This is the song made by the popular singer group “Beyond” from Hong Kong. We heard this song performed by Ringos and friends when we were at the Ringos Classic cafe/pub in Melaka and wehope to dedicate this song for people who love freedom and persistent in following one’s dream.
If you all are good listener, you can hear the chief editor of Juesatta, CJ said this in the video :- Eh 不要拍可以吗？🙂
CJ is a very low profile guy… This is the only time you can catch his sweet voice! Enjoy the video as much as we enjoy sharing the video with all of you out there!
We have collected a total of RM630.00 for the support of UNICEF‘s relief work in Haiti. Thank you for helping and supporting. Three transactions were made to help the victims and according to UNICEF, the amount of RM600 can purchase UNICEF’s innovative ‘School-in-a-Box’ kit and help UNICEF set up a temporary school for at least 80 children during times of emergency.
If you would like to help the Haiti quake victims, kindly contact us for information. Alternatively, you can find out how you can help here:
Our next mission is to seek for food donation for the Handicapped & Mentally Disabled Children Centre of Malacca in Bukit Baru after the Chinese New Year. Once again, thank you and may all be happy. 🙂
Once there was a man who was a very good archer. He could shoot one arrow, hit the target, and then with another arrow, split the first arrow. He would go from village to villa demonstrating his skills. And everybody would gather and applaud, because they had never seen anything like it.
Once day, he came to a little village, shot an arrow from his bow, and everybody applauded, “Bravo, bravo.” Then, after everybody had finished applauding, a voice in the back of the crowd called out, “Agh. It’s only a matter of practice.”
The archer heard that, and it disturbed him, but he continued on. He took another arrow, shot it, split the first arrow, and again everybody yelled, “Bravo, bravo, bravo.” And the same voice said, “Agh. It’s only a matter of practice.”
After his show was over, the archer was upset. Here he was, demonstrating his greatest skill, and this man kept saying, “Only a matter of practice.” So he went to the back of the crowd and found the man. He was carrying a bamboo pole, with one pot of oil hanging from the front and another from the back, trying to sell oil.
The master archer said to him, “How dare you say it’s only a matter of practice? What do you do? You sell oil. Look at me. People come to see me from far away bacause my aim is so good.”
The man with the oil looked at the archer and said, “Agh, it’s only a matter of practice. Now, let me show you.”
So the oil merchant pulled out a bottle, put a coin that had a hole in it on top, and poured the oil from his pot through the small hole without spilling a drop. He turned to the archer and said, “Now, it’s your turn.” And the archer didn’t even try. He understood that it is a matter of practice.[source: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/22831797/The-Archer-and-the-Oil-Merchant]
他表示，工委会也在会上呈交一封备忘录予首相，以要求中央政府的拨款，作为在老街区设立华人文化馆的费用。[source: KuangWah news http://cforum1.cari.com.my/news/kwongwah/snews.php?ns=/news/2010/02/05/14.html]
Tue, Feb 2 05:00 PM
London, Feb 2 (ANI): A Japanese company has created a machine which turns waste office paper into toilet rolls.
Users feed waste office paper into the oddly titled White Goat machine, which shreds it, mixes it with water and pulps it.
The 63,000-pound device then flattens the pulp and dries it before churning out rolls of toilet paper. It costs just 6p to create each roll.
Makers Oriental say the toilet paper machine is aimed at large companies which would produce a lot of waste paper.
It takes 40 sheets of A4 paper to create one roll of toilet paper.
The machine was unveiled about six weeks ago at the Eco Products trade fair in Tokyo.
“I can think of several people who’d like to flush their workload down the loo, but this takes it to another level,” the Telegraph quoted James Holland, editor of the gadget website Electricpig, as saying.
“I love the idea, and eco warriors will go barmy for it too. I guess you’ll need to be wary of any stray staples though,” he added.
Oriental insist that any stray matter is removed from documents by the White Goat machine. (ANI)[source：http://in.news.yahoo.com/139/20100202/862/ttc-white-goat-machine-turns-waste-paper.html]