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Thread: Thai players
09-30-2006, 01:07 AM #69
Kemana: Im referring to Yannie not myself.Hahahaha!!The players are childish!
Originally Posted by yannie
*Cutie Boonsak* *Hur-ha*
Ya,Ngiap is playing MD with Duu,what a nice pairing!
Serla cant wait for next Cheers Satellite!Haha!!
09-30-2006, 03:15 AM #70
Boonsakkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!!!! OMG OMG OMG!!! But he really looks like someone *faint.. Ask him to cut his hair.. he looks so much better with short hair.. Hahaha.. I'm drooling now..
Ngiap and Duu playing doubles... seriously what does this mean..Super exciting!! But let's all shave ngiap's hair.
I think Boonsak's teeth are ok.. why does he need to wear braces. The first time i saw him live in Indonesia Open I was surprised to see the braces in his teeth.. And super shocked at how skinny he was!!
09-30-2006, 04:33 AM #71
wow, they are all still in uni?
i heard from my thai friends that it's very common in thailand to study for an undergraduate degree, then to do 2 masters or even 2 phd!
is that why sudket is still in uni even though he's 26/27?
they must be really smart to do so many postgraduate courses ... also, doesn't it become expensive or is uni free in thailand for residents.
09-30-2006, 04:37 AM #72
Originally Posted by magical_phoenix
09-30-2006, 04:50 AM #73
Serla!I want to shave sweet heart's hair and give it to u!HAHAHA!!
Boonsak's teeth are not ok!See it for yourself in 2 months time!
HAHA!!He put on a little weight after graduation!
Wish you good luck!
Dreamz: Only some of them.Sudket has graduated last year at the age of 25.LOL!!Oldie!I dont think anyone is doing masters in the team except for Saralee.She has completed it too.Her major is mass communications!
WOOHOO!!Saralee rocks rocks rocks!
Yan: Boonsak's hair is not bad but Sudket's hair is OHMINE,Silky!
Have the urge to play with it.
Warning,dun mess around with Boonsak and Sudket's hair or they will KILL.They regard their hair as important asset!HHAHA!!
Mess around with other parts instead.
Last edited by Georgina; 09-30-2006 at 05:02 AM.
09-30-2006, 05:00 AM #74
I think Boonsak's hair is alrite but seriously Geor, Sudket need to have a new hair cut!!!!!! HahAHa.
There is somehting wrong with his hair.
After all. P'joe has the nicest hairstyle!
09-30-2006, 05:13 AM #75
Originally Posted by meiying
Sudket loves this hairstyle of his what can I do???
He has silky hair ok!!Evidence to show...Haha!!
Video of Sudket stroking during Thai Open:
10-01-2006, 03:52 AM #76
Well Thai people doesnt really like people to touch their head. That also include their hair i suppose.
10-01-2006, 04:57 AM #77
Originally Posted by ants
As they heads are regarded to be sacred.
BUT this doesnt apply if the one who touches their head or hair is their darling/sweet heart or good friends or closed relatives!
10-01-2006, 10:29 PM #78
One thing that impresses me most about our Thai players is that they are able to combine Sports at the highest level with studies at the tertiary (university) level. They may take a little longer to complete their degrees but it really doesn't matter too much. I wish more of our young talented athletes could do likewise. But how many of such similar athletes from Southeast Asia are able to do this?
All too often we hear students and parents bemoaning that sports and studies don't or can't mix. The Thai national badminton players have proven this wrong.
In Singapore, whilst many other athletes seldom make it to the university, whether local or overseas, this is not the case with many of our national swimmers. Somehow, many of Singapore's national swimmers are academically bright as well and many went on to achieve distinction not only in the water but also in the universities. Some even win the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. The CEO of our Singapore Sports Council was a national swimmer who won a sports scholarship from Singapore to study in the US.
Our world-famous swimmer who broke the world short course sprint record and is now one of Singapore's better known coaches, Ang Peng Siong, also won a scholarship to study and train in the US. There are many others including our famous lady swimmer, Jocelin Yeo, who won so many gold medals at Southeast Asian Games.
Maybe our Sports School will ultimately produce many university graduates now that it has laid the groundwork for accreditation with or established close ties/links with some of the world's better sports universities which could provide facilities for the athletes' further training while they continue to study for a first degree.
10-01-2006, 11:50 PM #79
Actually we should model the Americans since most of the pro players have a degrees.
10-02-2006, 03:52 AM #80
nah, modelling the yanks is never a good idea!
perhaps the aussies, it's amazing how they excel at so many sports even though their population is similar to malaysia's.
10-02-2006, 07:50 AM #81
Originally Posted by Loh
"OUR Thai Players"
The Thai players also know that it is very tough to juggle both sports and studies.They may complain at times but afterall,they know that they ought to do this as it's possible for them to do this and there is a need for them to do it.
In fact,I remember little Song asking me "Jie jie,the players in Singapore do not need to train and study at the same time like us,why?!"
10-02-2006, 10:29 AM #82
OMG kob kun krub , i love them , they're the nicest badminton ppl i've ever seen !!!! thailand SUU TAI!!!
10-02-2006, 10:34 PM #83
Originally Posted by magical_phoenix
Btw i think BC has a thread on Boonsak?
10-02-2006, 11:09 PM #84
Originally Posted by iue_10cr
Pen khon thai rue plao kha?
You have met them aye?
Share your exciting stories with us!
10-02-2006, 11:12 PM #85
Originally Posted by erin_hakkinen
Erinnnnnnn *someone* is meeting Boonsak,other darlings and sweet heart in 2 month's time.Arghhh!!
Envy envy envy!!!
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