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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Are you glad you are a girl?

Just now I found one article regarding this topic and I think this topic is quite interesting as the writer and me has the same opinion. Both of us used to think that it would be better to have been born as a guy. Feeling that the most advantageous to be a man with major earning power, an ego out to there, can go whenever, whereever they like without worrying other people gossiping him as there's no restriction night time for them ( well, in Chinese culture esp in my family, for young and single woman, it is prohibited for going home late every night), Other than that, become a playboy is a "cool" stuff, means you are a popular guy in the college or university who used to date lots and lots of hot chicks.

But the fact is, we are women. And there’s nothing we can do about it. So? It’s time to embrace! haha..

Last few days, I have got an email from my sis...and after read it, I think I am glad I am a girl ^^
  1. Ever heard quote..."Heaven is at the feet of Mothers" "God could not be everywhere, that's why He create Mothers" (Only girl can become a mother..)
  2. Holding hand beyond girls is a very common things, but how bout holding hand beyond boys?
  3. "Sorry, I'm having my period today and I'm not able to go to work" ~ only girls can use this tactic for calling sick...sorry guys
  4. Long, short, curl, straight hair...all are just so nice
  5. Engagement ring, wedding ring...hohoho...
  6. Get any trouble? Don't worry, someone will willingly help you
  7. Mix and match...play with colours...that's what we call fashion ( pink jacket with pink shoes)
  8. Ladies first
  9. Girls can wear whatever fashion they love...feminime? boyish? just name it...
  10. Although we know guys are expert in driving, but only girls can drive with high heels
  11.  Who can do the shopping for whole day by wearing high heels and carrying bulky shopping bags? The answer is "Only girls can"
  12. Only girls can do multitasking (working plus gossiping )
  13. Ladies driver in carpark hahaha....how wonderful it is
  14. Sexy lingerie ~ only for girls 
  15. Feel free to cry
  16. Ladies night
  hahaha...just so glad that I am a girl...

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Melty choco phones from Sharp...yummy

These phones look yummy...Still pondering what to get for a New Year gift? Looking for something sweet but also functional? Here may be the address you should visit (of course, if you live in Japan): NTT Docomo as they have Melty Bitter (Brown) and Melty Strawberry (Pink) clamshell phones (a.k.a SH04-B) coated from outside in a way to look like a three dimensional chocolate-bar in their winter-line up. The sweet fruit of the collaboration between Q-Pot, Tokyo-based accessory brand founded by the designer Wakamatsu Tadaaki, and Sharp, they feature pre-installed chocolate themed wallpapers, photo frames and menus as well as having straps with complementary desserts and original chocolate box type package. The technical specs are nothing extraordinary, though: 3-inch WVGA ASV screen, 8MP CCD camera, waterproof, 1-seg digital TV tuner, Bluetooth etc. By the way, they are reported by Sharp to be limited to 13,000 production units.

What a cute yet temptation phones ^^


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Big Shot - A DIY and a camera for education

It's a well documented fact that kids greatly enjoying taking things apart to see how they work. Columbia University in New York has made it their mission to create a camera that not only carries the capability to be assembled and dismantled, but created a product that could be used as an affordable platform for education.

The Big Shot camera has been road tested by children all across the world and has been a huge hit and understandably so. The 6 year old MacGyver in us is just dying to get our hands on it. Although it takes a battery, it also has a hand crank on the side as it takes very little energy to actually take a photograph. So a few quick cranks and you're all set for some picture taking fun.


Buddhist Temple transform to Manga to woo visitors especially for Otaku

HACHIOJI, Japan (AFP) – Girls clad in maids' outfits are not traditionally associated with Buddhism, but that has not stopped monks at a centuries-old temple using Japanese pop culture to woo visitors.

The Ryohoji temple, built in the late 16th century in a Tokyo suburb, erected a colourful manga-inspired sign at its entrance in June and has since seen visitor numbers perk up -- especially young men.

But it went a step further at the weekend, setting up tents and opening up a temporary cafe staffed by bonnet-wearing girls sporting classic frills, one of the recent popular themes among fans of anime and costume role-playing.

The "maids" look authentic and old-fashioned in every way -- save for the short length of the skirts and the fake cats' ears on their heads.

And it seemed to work, the temple drawing hundreds of visitors on Saturday as the event coincided with a local autumn festival in Hachioji, on the western outskirts of Tokyo.

"I came over because this temple has been the talk of the Net," said Mitsutaka Adachi, a 26-year-old telecom software programmer, one of many first-time visitors to the ancient temple.

"I was a bit surprised to see this but it's fun," he told AFP. "This can motivate people to come here."

One of the maids, who only identified herself as Yurin, said it was "good that young people come to the temple."

"This is my first experience as a maid but I'm enjoying myself," she added.

Ryohoji's chief monk, Shoko Nakazato, 45, said he did not think it was inappropriate.

"I'm a manga generation who grew up watching them on television. I have little resistance to manga.... I wanted to tell the people that temples are a fun place to visit," he said.

Ryohoji previously had almost no visitors during the week, but recently up to 30 people, mostly young men, had come every day, Nakazato said.

Adding to the spectacle, Toromi, a singer who drew the manga characters on the temple's sign, was in a red-and-white costume inspired by a goddess worshipped at the temple.

"I'm so happy as unexpectedly many people came," said Toromi, who goes by one name and is a common sight in Akihabara, Tokyo's electronics district that is frequented by computer buffs and fanatics, known in Japanese as "otaku."

Ryohoji is also selling a 500-yen (five-dollar) card with cartoon characters which allows buyers to download three-minute motion pictures on to their mobile phones of chief monk Nakazato chanting prayers


Tuesday, December 8, 2009

World largest LED building

Here we like to present "World Largest LED building" designed by Asymptote Architecture which all lightning arrangement done by Arup Lighting.

This one is located in Abu Dhabi and is called "The Yas Hotel". Currently, it is the world's largest LED building and it was opened on Nov 3, 2009.
The hotel is controlled through remote device management (RDM) protocol and it has no less than 5000 RGBW LED items. It also features functions such as color-changing sequences and other impressive lighting effects. Still, one has to think how much energy this type of building consumers, in spite of its absorbing and almost intimatating design.


Thursday, November 19, 2009

Akiba:F - Blood donation facility in Japan ~super cute

Giving blood in Japan is no longer a boring process where you just sit and have blood drained from your body leaving you dizzy.

The Red Cross Society will open a blood donation facility in Akihabara called Akiba:F - and as you can see it looks like something straight out of Total Recall (kind of).

So...anyone interested??? Esp for my fren who is going to bank blood this weekend...pls do take some pictures there and share with us hahha ~

Samantha Smyth, 25, and husband Paul Adams, 33, met in their local pub eight years ago and married in a traditional registry office with two witnesses in February.

However the couple from Wisbech, Cambs., had really wanted a gothic wedding in their local graveyard – but realised it would mean their marriage was not legally recognised.
So they decided to fulfil their dream by having a blessing, eight months after their ''legal wedding'', in Wisbech General Cemetery on Saturday at 3pm.
It was performed by a Spiritualist minister, as 40 family and friends gathered around the disused four acre site's ancient stone chapel.

Despite driving rain mother-of-three Samantha wore a white gown, flecked with strips of red material and completed her outfit with a black fur coat and black flowers in her hair.

Her bridesmaids and daughter, Raveena, nine wore matching outfits while her son Kurt, six, wore and AC DC T-shirt and six-month-old baby Nathan wore a sailor suit.
Samantha and Paul, who have three children, live just 200 yards from the cemetery where they have walked their three dogs daily for the last two years.

Factory supervisor Paul, who is from a Protestant family, asked Samantha if she wanted to have a blessing at the site after it underwent a £90,000 regeneration programme.
Housewife Samantha, who is from a family of Catholics, said friends thought she was mad when she told them she was having the £2000 wedding in a graveyard.

She said: ''My dad, who is a hard-core Catholic didn't believe me when I told him but when I showed him the site – he just said to do whatever made me happy.

''We had a wonderful day and it was actually very peaceful and tranquil with all the graves and trees sweeping over the chapel.''

Following the blessing the couple returned to their local pub where they cut their giant French Fancy wedding cake with a metre-long Scottish broad sword.

Paul added: ''It's a kind of a strange place but it is a really pretty building and everybody really enjoyed the blessing.''

A spokesman for Fenland District Council who granted permission for the couple to be blessed on the site said he wished the couple all the best for the future.

Spiritualists believe the human soul is immortal and that those living in the physical body and those living in spirit can communicate with each other.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Leica Hermès M7 digital camera

Leica with Hermes...>.<
The old Parisian fashion house Hermès has teamed up with the German Leica brand to produce a very special collaboration: the Leica Hermès M7 digital camera.

This very special limited edition of the M7 35mm camera comes in silver chrome with calfskin leather accents in two colors, orange and the mysteriously named "etoupe" (sic).  The orange version seems like the one you'd take on a hunting trip, while the etoupe seems like more of a safari jaunt. For me personally will like the orange one...so Hermes :P

The M7 includes a Leica SUMMILUX-M 35 mm f/1.4 ASPH. wide-angle lens, lens hood, LEICAVIT M winder and a matching carrying case. There aren't too many changes from the original M7, just a few cosmetic things mostly so the original styling doesn't clash with your new baby cow skin leather.

Only 200 have been created, with 100 available in each colour. An individual serial number will ensure you'll fetch a pretty penny for these if you ever need to sell them on in the coming years, but at £8,550 or about $14,400 USD it's only for the seriously-minded. The standard M7 costs about $5,000 and these things last forever, so it's not like you'll have to buy the Leica "M7S" (zing!) in six months. The M7 Hermes edition will be available in the UK sometime in December.

Anyone interested for giving a way Leica M7 Hermes edition as a Xmas gift??


Sunday, November 15, 2009

Still in love after 80 years - so sweetttt...

They met as five-year-old schoolchildren in 1929 and have been together almost constantly ever since.

~ A lovely couple who live happily ever after just like a fairytale~

But in a union that has spanned nine decades and survived the Second World War, Jim Hadwin and his wife Moira have managed to avoid a single row.

Retired firefighter Jim, 85, said: 'We have all been rock-solid since the very first day, we always knew it was going to last.
'We have spent our lives together but I wouldn't change a thing. We still make each other laugh and we are still grateful to have spent our lives together.

'We are very similar but we argue like any couple but we get on tremendously and we know it would be silly to fall out over silly things.

'Moira is a very reasonable, patient person and it doesn't bear thinking about what my life would be like if I hadn't met Moira.
'Every day has been lovely with Moira, I wouldn't change a thing.'

After spending two years in the same class at Kings Street School, Spennymoor, County Durham, Moira was moved to a nearby girl's school separating her from her future husband for one of the only times in her life.

The devoted pair were re-united aged 11, when fate threw them back together in the same class at Oldham and Wraith Grammar School, much to Jim's delight.

Jim said: 'We were in the same class until we were seven and I remember being very disappointed when she moved.

'It was only a small place so I still saw her but I preferred it when she was in my class.
'I could tell then that she was a wonderful person and I always thought she was very pretty.'

Jim took three years to muster up the courage to make Moira his girlfriend, the pair eventually beginning their life-long courtship when they turned 14.

Retired fireman Jim added: 'We were back in the same class and from then on we were inseparable.
'We started courting at 14 when I took her home to meet my parents after the school Christmas party.
'I remember having butterflies in my stomach and feeling on top of the world when we started courting.
'In those days it was very different to how it is now, there was no cavorting and gentleman had to behave a certain way, but even knowing we were together made me very happy.'

Jim left school at 17 to enter the Police Cadet service, while Moira remained at school with her eye on attending university.
When war tore Europe apart, newly-signed-up Marine Jim was sent across Europe and Moira re-located to a munitions factory in Cambridge.

But even with Jim hundreds of miles away in Belgium, Holland and Germany, Moira was always at his side.
Before he departed he was given three pictures of Moira, one for each of the main pockets of his uniform to protect him from a hail of German bullets.

Brave Jim added: 'They were the best good luck charms imaginable because I didn't get shot, so they must have worked.
'It was terrible for us to be apart but we wrote and I saw her once or twice when I was close enough to Britain to get back, but otherwise all I had were the pictures of her.

'The war was a very hard time for everyone but we survived it, we were each other's rocks even though we were miles apart.'

Just over two years after the end of the war in the summer of 1948 the couple were married at St Paul's Church, Spennymoor.
They settled into their new careers as fireman and a secretary respectively.

Jim's work saw the pair relocate from Newcastle to Poole, Dorset, where he worked as station manager before retiring in 1976.
Since then they have both retired to spend their days by the seaside in Weymouth and despite spending their whole lives together, Jim insists they still love each other's company.

With such a strong relationship behind them Jim and Moira, also 85, who decided against having children, are experts in making a marriage work and claim a shift in attitudes is to blame for Britain's divorce culture.

'I think it is all too easy for people these days to give up on marriages and relationships,' said Jim.
'It is too easy to get divorced. You have ups and downs in any relationship but you have to work through them and take the good with the bad.
'People seem to think that marriage is a commitment they can get out of if they want but if you care enough to get married in the first place you should work to make it last.'

Jim also has two golden rules for any newly-married men to ensure a long and happy marriage.
He added: 'We have lasted so long because I was brought up to earn the money and provide for my wife.
'But the important thing for any husband is to remember that once you've earned your money, you have to give it to your wife so she can spend it.'


25 Best Things to Say When Caught Sleeping at Your Desk

~Caught in the act~
25. “Oh, Man! Come in at 6 in the morning and look what happens!”

24. “This is in exchange for the six hours last night when I dreamed about work!”
23. “You don’t discriminate against those with Latient Atrophy Zymosis Yeast syndrome, DO YOU?!?”
22. “Gee, I thought you (the boss) were gone for the day.”
21. “They told me at the blood bank this might happen.”
20. “Oh, Hi, I was trying to pick up my contact lens without my hands.”
19. “This is just a 15 minute power-nap like they raved about in the last time management course you sent me to.”
18. “Whew! Guess I left the top off the liquid paper”
17. “I was just meditating on the mission statement and envisioning a new paradigm!”
16. “This is one of the seven habits of highly effective people!”
15. “I was testing the keyboard for drool resistance”
14. “I’m doing the “Stress Level Elimination Exercise Plan” (SLEEP) I learned at the last mandatory seminar you made me attend.”
13. “Did you ever notice sound coming out of these keyboards when you put your ear down real close?”

12. “This is a highly specific Yoga position to relieve work-related stress.”
11. “Just pacing myself for the all-nighter tonight!”
10. “I was working smarter-not harder.”
9. “Auggh! Why did you interrupt me? I had almost figured out a solution to our biggest problem.”
8. “I’m in the management training program.”
7. “The coffee machine is broken….”
6. “Someone must’ve put decaf in the wrong pot.”
5. “Boy, that cold medicine I took last night just won’t wear off!”

4. “Ah, the unique and unpredictable circadian rhythms of the workaholic!”
3. “It’s okay… I’m still billing the client.”
2. “…and I especially thank you for my excellent boss, Amen!”
1. Raise your head slowly and say, “…in Jesus’ name, Amen.”


At Age 77, Man Becomes a Woman

On June 15, Richard Ramsey checked into Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol Township for major surgery. When he left three days later, Ramsey was no longer Richard, but Renee. Her first words to her doctor when she awakened after the operation were, "Now I'm the lady I always knew I was."
Ramsey, a tall, lean woman, neatly turned out in black tailored pants and a lavender turtleneck sweater that used to be her wife's, is likely the oldest person in the United States to have surgery to change genders, experts say. She is 77.
He couldn't have the surgery when he was in his 20s or 30s because he didn't know about it then. He was still groping for his identity in his 40s. And he couldn't have the procedure in his 50s or 60s because he was in love with his second wife. When she died in March, there was no longer a reason to delay.
"I would have liked to be a lady a long time ago," says Ramsey, a U.S. Navy veteran of 20 years who also says he served in special operations in the Army.
"Now, the hardest thing I have to do is learn to be a lady," said Ramsey, who grew up in northern New Jersey and still lives there. "Little girls learn it from the time they're 5 or 6 or even younger. I'm just starting out. I have to learn and unlearn. When I get angry at someone, I have to practice acting like a lady instead of sounding off like I used to do.
"But now I feel calm, happy, and relaxed. And do you know what makes me feel the best? When I get on a train and the conductor says, 'May I have your ticket, ma'am?' I feel like a million dollars."
Ramsey is one of a small but growing group of people in this country and around the world who are identifying themselves as transgender. No one knows exact numbers because many people are still secretive about it.
Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, estimates that at least 700,000 in the U.S. would describe themselves as transgender. The American Psychological Association puts the prevalence rate at 1 in 10,000 for male-to-female and 1 in 30,000 for female-to-male, although Washington-based psychologist Michael Hendricks, who specializes in gender issues, says those numbers are decades old. Males still switch more, but the differential is not nearly that great, he says.
These calculations do not include those who are merely cross-dressers, who get a thrill from wearing their wives' silk underwear, or like to go public in a dress and high heels. They refer only to those who identify as being of the opposite sex from their birth and who may or may not have had sex-reassignment surgery.
In any case, according to a recently completed four-year study in Britain, a rise in the incidence of transgender people may be around the corner. "Our data provide strong evidence that the trans population is growing," concluded Stephen Whittle, professor of equalities law at Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain, the study's lead author.
Sherman Leis, the Bala Cynwyd plastic surgeon who performed Ramsey's surgery, is not surprised. "Hormone advances and new state-of-the-art plastic surgery techniques make it possible for more people to fulfill a lifelong yearning," he says. "And the greater acceptance of gay men and lesbians makes it less of a stretch to be OK with those who feel compelled to change their gender."
Leis has performed more than 250 of what he calls "bottom surgeries" (changing the genitals) on men and women since he opened his Center for Transgender Surgery in 2004, an additional 1,000 or so "top surgeries" (breast augmentation or reduction), and 1,000 or more additional procedures, primarily on male-to-female patients to alter facial features that will make them more feminine - fuller lips, more delicate noses, narrower chins, lower frontal hairlines.
None of his patients has ever returned with regrets, he says. "I'm selective in whom I choose to operate on," Leis says, "to make sure they are certain about their decisions. They have all waited a long time to change gender and have given it a lot of thought. . . . They are eager to do it and happy after they've had it done."
Ramsey says he knew from the time he was 5 or 6 that he was "different." He shunned trucks and toy soldiers, preferring to dress up and play house with his two younger sisters. "I felt like I was their big sister, not their big brother," he says. "I liked doing lady things like cooking, sewing, and doing laundry. I didn't go for rough-and-tumble sports, never went out for baseball or football."
Although his father encouraged him to lift weights and exercise to develop his muscles, nothing worked. "Finally he gave up," Ramsey says. "He just shook his head when I told him, 'I'm not a boy. I'm a girl.' "
By 13, Ramsey was certain he had been given the wrong body, although he didn't know the name for what he was feeling. In school, he kept to himself and even got a medical note that excused him from gym because he was too embarrassed to get undressed in front of the boys. He felt he looked too feminine with his long, shapely legs and skinny body while the rest of the boys were more bulky and muscular.
When he was 15, his mother wandered into his bedroom and caught him slipping into her underwear. The next day, she made him an appointment with a psychiatrist. After months of therapy, the psychiatrist declared, "It is just a phase he's going through. . . . he'll get over it." Ramsey was devastated.
In 1952, he joined the U.S. Navy, thinking military service might make him more of a man. It didn't, and he endured being teased and called "little girl."
Two years later, while a boatswain third class in the Navy, and still struggling for conformity, he married his first wife; they remained together until he confessed to her that he believed he was a woman. Ramsey says that despite having four daughters, their sex life was "just OK - we could take it or leave it." They got a no-fault divorce in 1973 and Ramsey agreed to give his wife custody of the children. They moved to Arizona, and he has not seen them since.
Still dealing with denial, Ramsey married his second wife, Vesla, in 1982, a pretty 5-foot-1 woman he met at an American Legion convention in Wildwood. He didn't tell her he was transgender, but three years later she had figured it out. "She began wondering why there were so many panties and pantyhose in the laundry," Ramsey says, "and it finally dawned on her that I was wearing them too."
"We had a sex life," Ramsey says, "although I admit that when I was making love to her, I kept imagining what it would feel like to be her." Vesla had a daughter with a mental disability to whom Ramsey says he became a devoted stepfather. Recalling that now, she catches herself and smiles. "I should say stepmother." Ramsey says his birth daughters do not know that their father is now a woman.
It took Ramsey decades to make an appointment with a surgeon to discuss the possibility of transitioning from male to female. In keeping with the recommendations of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, Leis referred him to a mental health practitioner for evaluation and guidance and to an endocrinologist to discuss hormone therapy.
Since that time, Ramsey has been swallowing both estrogen and testosterone-suppressing drugs daily and removing leg and body hair with depilatories. He has seen two mental health practitioners; one is still helping him wrestle with the disparity between his brain and his body. Before undergoing gender-reassignment surgery, each had to produce a letter verifying that Ramsey would be an appropriate candidate.
"I've been encouraging Renee to consider being able to live in both worlds," says her therapist, psychologist Jeanne Seitler who practices in Ridgewood, N.J. "Being Richard, being in the military, marching in parades, carrying the flag, and wearing the beret has been a big part of her life, and a lot of her supports are with those in the military. So a lot of her activities are in military dress. At the same time we're working on how she can be a woman, too, and feminize herself through dress and makeup. She really wants to be accepted as a woman."
Since having the surgery, Ramsey has not lost friends, but admits that many of them don't want to talk about her transition. "At home I dress like a lady and I always wear ladies' underwear, but most of the time when I go out with my friends, I dress like a man," Ramsey says.
With trepidation, she confided recently in her longtime buddy whom she sees every day. "He can't put his head around it," Ramsey says. "He's on the fence. But we go out together. It's like 'don't ask, don't tell.' "
No one in the medical community is certain what causes someone to be transgender, but Norman P. Spack, a pediatric endocrinologist at Children's Hospital Boston, says the condition is not a mental illness and should not be classified as such in the psychiatrists' bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. "It has something to do with the wiring in the brain," Spack says. "It could be a gene that is expressed at a certain stage of fetal development or hormones that have gone awry during gestation."
In any case, people who are transgender almost always know it, as Ramsey did, from the time they are young children.
Being transgender has nothing to do with being lesbian or gay. Ramsey says she is heterosexual: When she was a he, he was attracted to women. Now she is drawn to men, although, at her age, she says she isn't interested in a romantic relationship.
As Spack says, "It isn't who you go to bed with, it's who you go to bed as."

Brave little "crystal girl"

A 5-year-old English girl is battling a very rare illness that threatens to turn her body into a rock.
Lillie Sutcliffe was just 23 months old when she was diagnosed with cystinosis, the Daily Mail said. The genetic condition causes the amino acid cystine to accumulate in cells, forming crystals that build up and damage cells. The crystals damage many systems in the body, particularly the kidneys and eyes.

To combat the condition, Lillie must take a cocktail of drugs every day.
"I had never heard of the condition so [I] was a bit shocked to hear what it did," her mother, Laura Milner, told the paper.
"It means Lillie's body essentially turns to crystal. They just load up inside her. If she wasn't treated she would turn to stone eventually because it attacks all the cells."
The condition also stunts growth. Her mom says Lillie is the size of a 2-year-old. She goes to school, where she has has no problems keeping up with the other kids academically. But she cannot walk far or play sports.
The Daily Mail said there are only 2,000 known sufferers of cystinosis in the world.
"I am so proud of how she is fighting it," Milner said. "Lillie is a real star and she just gets on with it -- she is very brave." 

Friday, November 13, 2009

10 reason you should leave affice at 6pm

Got this email from my friend...so njoy...
  1. Employment letter stated that working hour finish at 6.00 pm
  2. Work is a never-ending process even you stay until next morning you will still never finish it
  3. Human are not robots or machines. Or even machines/robots have to rest or else it will facing breakdown problems
  4. You love your career, but your FAMILY is even more important in your life
  5. If you failed in your life, your boss is not going to be the one who gives you a helping (dream on....) whereas your FAMILY would definitely offer helps
  6. You do not want to screw up or make your life miserable because of your job
  7. Monthly salary = work from 9am to 6pm. If 6.30 pm = $0 + no bonus + no angpao + no appreciation + bad health + bad social life + poor family relationship. In other words, unproductive employee + performance drop + company reputation drops + retrenchment rate increases + resignation rate increases
  8. If the person who disagree to the above formulation, we think he/she is a loser who has no life, heartless, doomed workaholic, etc and etc :P. He/she deserves the "Best Employee of the year awards" ~wat for?
  9. You don't give a damn if your boss fires you
  10. For the Chinese, remember this 'House In The East No Longer Keep You, Then Just Move To The West House' = '东家不打,打西家'
Still want to stay back everyday??? hmmmm... 
ahahha..for sure all boses will diagree...
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