Jul 26

This is the new video by Mr Lin, the founder for Deep Level Communication (DLC) from Taiwan. It explains about:

  • why there are so much natural disaster recently
  • what mankind has done to Earth
  • what can we do for a better future

You may find some of his explanation quite unbelievable. However, most information here is derived from Deep Level Communication from thousands of people in various countries. It shows you another angle of looking at what happens around you. Truly inspiring indeed.

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Jul 25

If you have surplus cash money, where should you keep it? Here are some of the alternatives:

  • Deposit your money in saving account
  • Put it in fixed deposit account
  • Hide it under your pillow

The above methods are easy to do. But your return can barely cover inflation rate. That means your buying power reduces every year even after adding in the tiny interest earning.

You can also invest in stock or property. But it takes time and money to really acquire the knowledge of investing in these two popular investment vehicles. Of course, you can get a higher return. But if you don’t know what you’re doing, you may risk getting hurt financially.

So where can you keep your money for significant return without too much risk?

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Jul 24

Ever wondered why your money amount doesn’t increase no matter how much you earn?

Several years ago, I did wonder about this question. As a design engineer, I had a nice salary. And I got double salary amount when I was temporarily transferred to China to work. However, I realized my year end bank account total was still the same as the beginning of that year. In another word, I spent whatever I earned in that year.

Of course buying what I liked was nice. But financially, I stayed stagnant for a year. And this didn’t sound good. Having the same experience? What can you do about it?

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Jul 13

I just came back from a 6 day advanced Deep Level Communication (DLC) seminar at Ginguan KL office.  It was a great experience to learn, to experience and to meet people.

Actually, what we learn sounds crazy in most people’s point of view. However, it’s completely normal among the attendants. Here are some of the topics.

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Jun 17
Baby singing again

Baby singing again

Our baby is 4 months old now. Time flies. Now baby can turn around on his own. So we have to be extra careful watching him. He starts to grab thing with his hand. And he can grab our finger until no blood goes through.

Here is another baby singing session with daddy’s help. This time, the tempo is faster. Even baby finds it funny himself.

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Jun 09
Smile!

Smile!

It’s hard to capture photo of our baby smiling. Firstly, he doesn’t smile always. Secondly, he moves a lot when he smiles. So the photo often becomes blurry.

My wife shot the above photo at ISO 400, 1/2s. Although a little blurry, we like it very much. Here are more baby smiling photos.

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Jun 09

Several days ago, I went to Maybank to deposit some cash into my account. For my last deposit, two pieces of RM50 were rejected by the cash deposit machine. I took it out and felt something wrong with one of the notes. It was too thick.

I looked at that RM50 note though ceiling light. No watermark of our King. Great, I got a fake RM 50 note!

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