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    Default LCW Interview

    http://badmintonsite.com/news/showsi...ws.aspx?id=133

    his english is good! his accent is funny but in a good way

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    He prefers the 15 system too,heihei

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurasian =--(O)
    http://badmintonsite.com/news/showsi...ws.aspx?id=133

    his english is good! his accent is funny but in a good way
    Malaysian accent!

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    I disagree. His English is bad, even for Malaysian standards.

    Seems like the Danes, the biggest protestors when the 21-point system was mooted, are now the biggest supporters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    I disagree. His English is bad, even for Malaysian standards.

    Seems like the Danes, the biggest protestors when the 21-point system was mooted, are now the biggest supporters.
    The new 21-point system requires a strong mind. Blaming line calls and abusive languages of competitors' coaches for losing is 'passing the buck' and indicates an immature mind.

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    I agree, but what's it got to do with anything in the topic of this thread.

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    Oh man...you guys crack me up....this becomes a thread about LCW's english : )

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    Default Pressure - live with it

    LCW,

    No matter what you do, you will face with all kind of stress and pressure.

    Just get over it, and remain focus in your job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    I disagree. His English is bad, even for Malaysian standards.

    Seems like the Danes, the biggest protestors when the 21-point system was mooted, are now the biggest supporters.
    at least his english is better than the chinese translator LOL~
    I was cracking up as soon as she translated for Gao Ling and Huang Sui haha
    Anyway cool interview~ agree with LCW!! 21pt is not as good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simp84
    at least his english is better than the chinese translator LOL~
    I was cracking up as soon as she translated for Gao Ling and Huang Sui haha
    Anyway cool interview~ agree with LCW!! 21pt is not as good!
    I still cringe at it, especially the 18 world titles that Xie won. At least LCW understood the interviewer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    I disagree. His English is bad, even for Malaysian standards.
    Relatively speaking, LCW's english is not good. But it is good enough to understand what he is saying.

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    Can anyone paste the interview here, I can't access the site. Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethan
    Can anyone paste the interview here, I can't access the site. Thanks in advance
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i83s1B8yMaA&eurl=

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    Well... i have no comment in his English...As least he has the courage to speak although he can't speak fluent...Anyway,i can understand what he speak and it is not bad...His English sure will improve if he speak more...As a Malaysian,i proud of him coz he is very polite in the interview...Jia You...

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    wasn't expecting his eng to be so poor...was expecting something better...:P

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcyong
    I still cringe at it, especially the 18 world titles that Xie won. At least LCW understood the interviewer.
    The interviewer was none other than Bobby Milroy. BPF president and active player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessica
    Well... i have no comment in his English...As least he has the courage to speak although he can't speak fluent...Anyway,i can understand what he speak and it is not bad...His English sure will improve if he speak more...As a Malaysian,i proud of him coz he is very polite in the interview...Jia You...
    u rite.his english is not too bad...just ok n everyone can understand what he said,that better than player who can't speak english like...(just forget)

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