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WED 27 May 2009
What's gone wrong with some of our leaders?
With a spate of mistakes, blunders or wrong moves made by some of our leaders, the question of "What are the qualities a good leader should possess?" becomes the talk of the town.
Personally, I think a good leader may not be just merely qualified by one's academic performance (the A4 size paper) or IQ. There are so many other aspects to be considered.
For a good leader, you must:
1. Be knowledgeable about the portfolio or mission you in charge. If you're a new appointee or do not have the expertise to handle the problem in hand, you must be opened to accept good suggestions/ideas and be humble to learn from others. As you're the leader, you're expected to judge and make decision, but please do it after careful investigation, consultation and thorough thinking process. Never jump the gun, throw tantrum, pull rank or act on impulse. You may win on the spot, but the aftermath could be dire.
2. Be impartial. Problem arises, hear from all parties. Put aside your personal liking, judgment or biases. Stay cool and analyze. Nothing can be absolutely right or wrong, so be more open to opinions or suggestions that may appear to be unfavorable by your gut feeling. Who knows, the supposedly right can go wrong and vice versa.
3. Be sympathetic and empathetic. Sometimes you may be right on your judgment or decision, do not be too harsh on your action. Everybody does make mistake (including you), provide some leeway for other to change - a second chance in life is always very important.
4. Be courageous to admit mistake and apologize. No one is perfect. If a mistake is done, it cannot be undone and the only useful alleviation is to clarify and then apologize. This would help to reduce damage to a lesser extent.
Of course there are more to it. I would leave it to readers to add on.
FRI 18 Jul 2008
SAT 12 Jul 2008
Giant Panda Research Center in China
This lovely panda is one of the few animals that has been surviving for millions of years on the earth. It's a moving antique now.
Care has to be taken though as the number is dwindling due to deforestation by mankind, hunting by unscrupulous hunters for money, reduction in food (baby bamboos) and also difficulty in conceiving ...
Many pandas in the zoo were found missing during the recent Wenchuan earthquake.
Fortunately from the latest report, 57 of them were found, 6 missing and a few injured.
Most of them found showing signs of depression and uneasiness. Unlike before, they showed no excitement when the zoo keepers came to feed them. Their bodies were dirty and full of mud stains.
Due to the damage of the zoo itself is quite substantial, most of them have to share a smaller cubical, as a result, less space for them to move around.
:D from Traveller's World :D
THU 10 Jul 2008
R U Computer Savvy?
Are you computer savvy?
This pic shows that age is not a problem as far as learning is concerned.
In a poor village in China, an old man is surfing the Net using the state-of-the-art technology, the computer.
What's the moral of the story? Should one day you're down with laziness, take a good look at this old man in the picture. Tell yourself that if he can do it, so can you.
:D from Traveller's World :D
WED 09 Jul 2008
Q in China
Queuing is not a culture in China. But my friends sent me these photos showing some of the rare occasion where Chinese people are forced to queue up.
They hug or arm-lock one another just to prevent others to cut in the queue. Interesting! Aren't they?
Would you like to be in the queue?
Sure! Men would say.
NO! Surely the women would reject.
:D from Traveller's World :D
THU 15 May 2008
Singapore Airport - T3
Singapore Changi Airport is known as one of the best airports in the world. In order to enhance its status, The Changi Airport has just completed a third terminal, known as T3, at a cost of S$1.75 billion with a total area of 380,000 sq M. It can help Singapore to receive up to 22 million visitors a year.
WED 14 May 2008
An Uninvited Guest
About 3 years ago, this uninvited guest appeared in our kitchen one day.
This is not a normal house lizard. It is about a foot long and very colorful. It has powerful sucker-feet and therefore it is not easy to remove it from a wall. Strange enough, it doesn't like sand.
After keeping it for a week trying to understand it a little more, we decide to give it away to one of our friends who is an expert in this field and he loves it so much.
Anybody know what lizard is this? One of my friends told me it is called Tokay Gecko.
SAT 10 May 2008
Our Pet Dog - BOY
I have the habit of keeping stuff that are interesting, that has historical value, that could use as a milestone in life or that make us feel nostalgic about the past.
This old photo was taken from a local newspaper known as the New Paper. It unwinds my memory back to 11 years ago showing our lovely dog named 'BOY' participating in a Big Walk organised by the New Paper in 1997 together with my son, Lewis.
Our lovely pet,'BOY', passed away three years ago due to old age, but he was such a good companion to all of us that until now we still feel sad for not having him around sometimes.
While all our love ones are still around, we should treasure all these moments with them by shooting photos or making movie clips. Never wait until it's too late.
FRI 09 May 2008
Forbidden NO MORE
This was once a forbidden city for all foreigners. It's, however, now open for all to view. Look at the night view of its facade, deosn't it look grand and impressive?
A bit of the history of the building as follows:
Magnificent and awe-inspiring, that is how every visitor would describe the Forbidden City, which served as the seat of imperial power during the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1911).
Lying at the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City, called Gu Gong, in Chinese, was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now known as the Palace Museum, it is to the north of Tiananmen Square. Rectangular in shape, it is the world's largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares.
The Forbidden City is divided into two parts. The southern section, or the Outer Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family.
Until 1924 when the last emperor of China was driven from the Inner Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities.
Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world wide.
Mah Jongg - Good or Bad?
This is a complete set of my Mah Jongg - 160 tiles in total.
However, the basic set is only 144 tiles. The 16 tiles at the lower right corner are added for some extra excitement only and you can play the game without them.
Is Mah Jongg a 'GOOD' game? I think there is no absolute answer for this. A game is a game. If you play it for fun, it provides with fun and pleasure. On the other hand, if you use it to gamble (in fact, it applies to all games) then it may hurt your pockets, ruin your life and family if you become addicted.
I am quite selective on Mah Jongg partners, and normally they are my friends or colleagues. Though sometimes money are involved, we play it just for fun, for the sake of social gathering and for relaxing after a long week of hard work. It's especially good for old folks, to keep their brians working healthily.
THU 8 May 2008
Viagra and The Like
In China, you can get viagra and the like almost everywhere. This colorful store can be seen in most of the big cities of China.
The items displayed are dirt-cheap, so is life too.
Take it at your own risk. Mind you!
life still a struggle
Looking at this pic reminds me of life in Vietnam way back in 1997 where this scene is a common sight on the road.
Now life in Vietnam has changed tremendously but in many third world countries, life is still a struggle. A day's hard work may only earn them less than a dollar.
WED 7 May 2008
| Cat is a lovely animal and I think most of us would agree. These two cats, one spotted in Singapore and one in another country, have something different to offer. Both of them have two different colored eyes. The cat on the left has orange-left eye and blue-right eye and the one on the right, blue-left eye and light yellow-right eye. I don't really know whether this is common in cat, but I haven't seen this in human.
My friend, Kaotic Kitty, says:
That is an inherited genetic defect called Hectochromatia. It's actually quite common in cats, especially white cats, Turkish Angoras, and Japanese Bobtails. People just usually call it "odd-eyed".
I happen to have it slightly myself, although it's not beautiful like those cats' eyes.
SAT 26 Apr 2008
One Million Dollar Bonanza.
This is an extract from a newspaper which says that a group of HK anglers caught a rare giant fish measured about 1.68m in length. In a rush they sold it for only HK$20,000 and later learnt that after two more transactions, it fetched a hefty price tag of HK$1 million.
To them, they thought that they had missed out on a million bonanza, but to me I think otherwise.
This is how the fish would feel:
I am a fish living in the ocean for almost one hundred years freely and happily. Suddenly one day, just because I swallowed a piece of "sinful" bait, I was hauled ashore and died a slow death. My dead body was then sold and became a delicacy on table in a restaurant. What wrongs had I done to deserve that kind of treatment?
FRI 19 Apr 2008
KEEP YOUR MENTAL EDGE.
|As you step into 40s, you could be sleeping less. Your eyesight could start becoming impaired. You start to lose your memory.
Try the followings and it may help:
1. Read and keep reading as it stimulates your brain to think.
2. Do crossword puzzles, sudoko or other brain teasers.
3. Talk to people, especially those who can stimulate you.
4. Play sports, especially those that can excite your mind and exercise your body.
5. Take some supplements such as gingko biloba.
THU 18 Apr 2008
German Teen proves NASA wrong on asteroid threat - Scary Finding.
|A 13-year-old German boy corrected a mistake made by NASA who had previously estimated the chances of the Apophis asteroid colliding with Earth is one in 45,000. He calculated that the chance is one-in-450, taking into consideration the risk of Apophis running into one or more of the 40,000 satellites orbitting Earth during its path close to the planet on April 13, 2029.
If the asteroid does strike a satellite in 2029, that will change its trajectory, making it hit Earth on its next orbit in 2036.
What would happen then? The shockwaves from this collision would creat huge tsunami waves, destroying both coastlines and inland areas while creating a thick cloud of dust that would darken the skies indefinitely.
I hope I could live long enough to see this happen, though living in a thick cloud of dust in total darkness is not something that I wish. I just want to know how we, the people on Earth, could survive and overcome this catastrophe.
WED 17 Apr 2008
GORGEOUS HAIRS - Keep you heads above others.
|When you're young and healthy, your hairs show them all - dark and shining. Problems are people don't really treasure them and ignore their existence until one day they notice that their hairs getting thinner, partially bald and splitted, worry starts to write on their faces.
Some may spend lots of money looking for treatment whereas some may buy wigs to cover up. For some who are lucky their may get it cured but for most, after spending thousands of dollars, the original healthy and shining hairs are history to them.
To own and maintain healthy and gorgeous hairs, exercises, food and personal hygiene are three key factors.
When washing your hairs, followings are proper steps for best results:
1. Wet your hairs thoroughly with warm water, ensuring every single strand is wet.
2. Choose the correct type of shampoo and apply the right amount. Pour a dollar-sized amount of shampoo into your palm and rub hands together to ensure that it is evenly distributed when applied to the hairs. Starting from the crown of your head, rub the shampoo from the roots to the tips of your hair.
3. Using your fingertips, gently massage the scalp. Never scratch as you could be opening the skin to infection.
4. Rinse your hairs thoroughly unsing your fingers ensuring every trace of shampoo and conditioner is washed away.
TUE 16 Apr 2008
Karoshi - a modern killer
|Karoshi may not be an English word. It is a modern illness that most hard-working people may experience.
Basically it means that when a person works extraordinary hard so much so that it exceeds his fatigue limit, his body will develop into a state known as Prolong Fatigue.
Ignoring this state of warning, the illness could become chronical and the person will exhibit a "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome".
At this state if no proper medical treatment is given, the person will suffer from hypertension, artery hardening and eventually it could become fatal.
TUE 15 Apr 2008
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Everybody wants to look great, feel great, and be at their most healthy and most beautiful state.
Unfortunately not too many of them pay much attention on daily exercises, food and the health supplements, which I think, are the most essential things needed for maintaining good health.
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