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It was God that put tears in my eyes, not Jeremy Lin. I was at church.

Jeremy Lin’s moment had finally arrived last night against the Nets. I was actually at church here in Taiwan when Jeremy made miracle. I was checking the box score every 30 sec or so on my phone and couldn’t believe … Continue reading

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TIC: This is China

– This is long overdue, gotta get it out before it’s too late…. feedback from my trip to Shanghai in October, 2011 How should I describe my recent trip to China? How many words do I need to record the … Continue reading

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A value for confrontation; an outlet for anger

First and foremost, my deepest condolence to the victims and families of the tragedy in Norway. Lessons must be learned. The Americans talked about domestic security and terrorism. I want to take a different approach. What could really happen to, … Continue reading

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Let down the status quo, go after your passion

Times like this, when running at low fuel (again), the secret voices in my closet echo. It just feels like I’ve been doing tons of stationary walk/stride for a long time. I don’t know how others are going after their … Continue reading

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Realizing a dream, one little step at a time

It really was just about getting as many people to exercise as possible, straight and simple. I had a dream. That was 2007. I wanted to write a series of books on “why exercise,” inspired by Chicken Soup for the … Continue reading

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Making an influence: low-key to achieve

I’ve been thinking about how to influence people, or as jokingly said, how to brain-wash, for a long long time. Ever since reading Sir Charles’ I may be wrong but I doubt it, making an influence has become the mission … Continue reading

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Return to Nippon: Motive

It’s been almost a decade since my footprint left a real mark on the soil of the nation of sunrise. It was in Okinawa, when I was yet removed from Canada. The most uncomfortable memory of custom differences was that … Continue reading

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