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Thread: Hello eveyone!!!
03-21-2005, 05:38 AM #18Originally Posted by 2love2live
heollo, $100 Dreams . so, what dreams are so 'pa pai' to be worth $100
03-21-2005, 08:43 PM #19Originally Posted by Anatolii
03-25-2005, 04:23 AM #20
Why not we meet another of us ?
Sorry,sorry because my tardy replies! Simply, I want to see about one of my countryman in this forum and now it is not a problem and now I am very nice to meet the new FRIENDS online!
If any one among you have a choice travelling to Ho Chi Minh City VN, plz join me. I will help you to shopping (of course, badminton equipment), playing (of course, in my club), discussing (of course, with the VN Badminton Federation), eating (of course, VNmese foods) and... drinking (of course, if you could).
Why not we meet another of us? Probably, this makes a steadfast-string between us (definitely be more durable than the BG 65!)
03-25-2005, 10:27 AM #21Originally Posted by tifam
Instead, during the long Chinese New Year holidays in February, I took a trip to Hanoi instead, my first visit to Vietnam and to sample the wonders of Ha Long Bay.
But on my return, our Badminton group played a friendly match with the undergraduates of the National University of Singapore and their captain happens to be Vietnamese from your city! He is a very good player.
03-25-2005, 11:30 PM #22Originally Posted by Loh
(sorry, just couldn't contain myself)
03-26-2005, 05:25 AM #23Originally Posted by Anatolii
Reminds me of my childhood in the early 50's, and Hanoi at this stage in not really very far from Singapore then, in terms of economic development. There's nothing to care about. Our parents left us much to our own devices. We enjoyed ourselves in free abandonment. What kept us going was play, play and more play. Only the ocassional cane and bamboo stick could keep us in check, that was when we went overboard like playing truant or engaged in fist-fights.
What you see of the adults in the pictures were their way of celebrating the Lunar New Year which is just the same as the Chinese, all 15 days and it is the same Year of the Cockerel.
Last edited by Loh; 03-26-2005 at 05:27 AM.
03-26-2005, 08:51 AM #24
Sorry for being off topic but I do see chinese chess!!!
03-26-2005, 11:50 AM #25
Very nice pictures, Loh! Thanks for sharing.
03-26-2005, 08:04 PM #26
wow - if not for the vietnamese alphabets, i'd be thinking you were visiting china.
03-27-2005, 06:16 AM #27Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
Yes 2Love2Live, you can find Chinese characters in many places and even Chinese calligraphy is being practised. And you know what? Apart from the US$ the Chinese Yuan is only the other foreign currency allowed to be used.
I haven't read up on Vietnamese history, but I gathered that their top leaders, including Ho Chi Minh, went to France to study and to seek help in developing Vietnam and to fight for independence.
Maybe, I should post more pics in another thread as this is not the right place. Sorry for this.
03-27-2005, 07:49 AM #28
Dear Loh and everyone, I'm very nice to meet you.Thanks Loh much for nice pics and a few introduction about my country and the Old Father of my people.The Chinese cultural's influence spread over our spirit, so that, you can see anything of it on our daily life.
As Loh said, Mr Nguyen Dong Nghi, a member of HCMC badminton team now are studying abroad and being the captain of Singapore National University badminton team.
To say again, if one among you has the travelling to HCMC- VietNam, pls join me for frienship!
03-27-2005, 08:49 AM #29
Welcome to BcBf Dream! Make yourself at home.
Nice pics Loh... i'm sure you go there for vacation. so syiok!
04-02-2005, 10:10 AM #30Originally Posted by Loh
Just wondering... is there a rule on this forum not to post contents irrelevent to the thread title? Checking just in case...
04-02-2005, 10:14 AM #31
[QUOTE=ants]Welcome to BcBf Dream! Make yourself at home.[QUOTE]
Hi ants , im feeling at home already...tks for the welcome!!!
04-04-2005, 08:56 AM #32
nice to meet you
Hi, $100 Dreames.
I find this site today. I think this is a wonderful site, too.
I am looking forward to talking about badminton with many people of all over the world.
Xia is very very good player.
He came to my city as a badminton coach after Yonex Open Japan 3years ago,
but I couldn't go . I have to work on that day.
talk a lot in this site
04-05-2005, 04:50 AM #33Originally Posted by Miyuki
i see ure new too...this place is cool. Im sure u'll enjoy it too.
Nice to meet u!
04-18-2005, 11:16 PM #34Originally Posted by tifam
Last Sunday, during our usual game at Shears Hostel, I checked and found out that Hoang Dong Hi was once a member of the Vietnam National Badminton Team. He is an ASEAN scholar here and is in the 3rd year of his IT studies at the NUS with another year to go. He also has a younger brother studying at the NUS. As I said before Nicky is still a very good player.
Don't know whether you still recognize him in this pic:
Last edited by Loh; 04-18-2005 at 11:22 PM.