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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    What is he doing here?? Actually is his business still running here?? Anyway, that's why I am interested to see Yang Yang and Xia Xuanze playing against each other using same type of racquets.
    Yang Yang still owns a percentage in the business he set-up Yang Yang racquets etc. But unfortunately he sold a major portion of it off after his business partner didn't put in that much effort and business wasn't going as well. Understand from a friend that is why he is back in China running coaching (Gunagzhou school)

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    Quote Originally Posted by viver
    [**The world had evolved from Tang Xianhu's era of pure skills requirement to Arbi/Dong/Xia's power style!]

    Tang XianHu's era might be skills requirement only?? Is he saying that Tang XianHu, Hou JiaChang and co. only did some drills to 'perfect' the skills. If the writer is from China, this guy must have been sleeping all these years. Or are current players Lin, Bao, Taufik power style only. Maybe not sleeping, can't even see properly.

    Cooler, I am perfectly OK with your views on badminton. I am from the 'old' school and from 'outdated' coaches, but I still prefer mine over yours - skills, speed, power, accuracy and determination. They are all EQUALLY important.
    I agree with you, man. Put Ben Johnson on steroids against me, and I think I will win hands down (at least I hope...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyet
    What is he doing here?? Actually is his business still running here??

    Anyway, that's why I am interested to see Yang Yang and Xia Xuanze playing against each other using same type of racquets.
    YY has relatives in Malaysia Johor I think according to my coach former Malaysian national player.

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    I remember Yang Yang and Zhao are same age. If Yang Yang retired in 1991, he was only 26 probably still at his peak.

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    Question Zhao Jian Hua lived in Malaysia??

    Can anyone confirm whether Zhao Jian Hua ever reside in Malaysia? My Uncle told me that we used to had a badminton professional living next to my house in Malaysia, Perak. He told me the player is called zhao jian hua.

    As my uncle is not into badminton sport, he can't confirm whether he's the badminton superstar zhao jian hua.

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    I think he did. I also heard Wu wenkai and Liu Jun were around for a while.

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    What about Han Jian? I have always been a great admirer of him.
    Can someone give an update on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markchan
    What about Han Jian? I have always been a great admirer of him.
    Can someone give an update on him.
    Han Jian is still in Malaysia right?? I heard he is coaching at a club and has a very small kid as his disciple. That was perhaps years ago and I am not sure about now.

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    MAS needs a good MS coach from China to lift the Thomas Cup trophy again. Unfortunately, LM wasnt up to BAM's expectation. who's next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaCkô
    Han Jian is still in Malaysia right?? I heard he is coaching at a club and has a very small kid as his disciple. That was perhaps years ago and I am not sure about now.
    yes he is here in Msia.. If not mistaken he is with Setia Badminton Academy.. He is apparently coaching small kids....
    Building another champion i think haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfa-2
    MAS needs a good MS coach from China to lift the Thomas Cup trophy again. Unfortunately, LM wasnt up to BAM's expectation. who's next?
    LI YONGBO!!!!! HAHAHAHAhaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjl_vanguard
    LI YONGBO!!!!! HAHAHAHAhaha

    I doubt Li Yongbo can coach as well as the current great coaches such as Li Mao, Rexy, Park Joo Bong, Morton Frost, Yang Yang, etc... He is a head coach who acts as a main director of the Chinese team.

    I guess we can look at him like a team manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjl_vanguard
    yes he is here in Msia.. If not mistaken he is with Setia Badminton Academy.. He is apparently coaching small kids....
    Building another champion i think haha
    yaya, u r rite! he is at setia academy. had a few kids as his disciple. very good footwork for those kids at their young age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markchan
    What about Han Jian? I have always been a great admirer of him.
    Can someone give an update on him.
    I saw him last year in indonesia.He came here for having friendly matches along with Morten F Hansen,prakash padukone,Huang hua,etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    yang yang advice to daughter prove that , unfortunately but understandablely, that money changes everything. ( cyndi lauper)


    I tried golf for 2 yrs, try to like it, no can do.
    so i guess i can't be a rich spoil brat
    but i'll settle to be a happy badder
    Hey cooler, be contented being my doubles partner.....our times have past...sigh! but we can pretend to be LD or TH, at least we can dream...hahaha! Tuesday night, no miss is badminton night, see more video and come to court prepared, hahaha! LO very L!!!

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    why dont BWF set up a senior tournaments for all these retired former world champion and call it FWC.....F = former. Those who had won important tournaments during their time can participate. Just imagine how much we love it when TG/CW came back? The question is who will u put your bet on?

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    and the point system should be like the olden days - but to reduced it into 11 points only.

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