Monthly Archives: May 2007

Sentimental

So what is going on? Rationally speaking, everything’s been going well. The tournaments are almost over; god has given me a second opportunity in softtennis and KMU Open to regain my confidence and reward. The softtennis was just perfect for … Continue reading

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Be WHO? Be Taiwan

The Shunning Of a State By Chen Shui-bianFriday, May 11, 2007; A19 In recent years the outbreak and spread of avian flu has brought illness, death and economic peril to countries in Asia and elsewhere. Memories of the fear, pain … Continue reading

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The glory that came too early

A week ago, I was at the Orient Cup, Smiling. I smiled because I’ve almost done the improbables, advancing into the round of 32 in singles and the round of 16 in doubles. I was all shiny and happy. A … Continue reading

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