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Thread: Lee Chong Wei ( 李宗伟 )
03-23-2011, 02:21 AM #5560
03-23-2011, 04:20 AM #5561
03-23-2011, 06:14 AM #5562
03-23-2011, 01:25 PM #5563
03-23-2011, 01:34 PM #5564
I could not even make it to the reserve, so you asked me 'u are not good enough?'...I am ashamed to tell you you are correct
03-23-2011, 07:33 PM #5565
You didnt put everything into baddy,
Instead you went for the books and the girls I supposed
Hopefully, in the next few years with the emerging of super leagues
Things will change just like soccer
There will be more players having lee chong Wei's income ...
03-23-2011, 07:51 PM #5566
I was in the "blue house" and was lucky to have an Aeroplane racket while my classmates were using Yoneyama. My school's badminton courts are also sepak takraw courts and we couldn't find the lines, kept hitting the plastic Carlton shuttle out and the wind did not help either. Can't remember if our blue house ever won anything in badminton.
03-23-2011, 08:05 PM #5567
Lucky for you guys to have badminton in schools... It didn't even exist in my schools, leaving me no option but to heavily invested my energy in volleyball instead...
03-23-2011, 08:12 PM #5568
It is still the same, there ain't no baddy courts in every school
If there is, it's only one or two, which is still not enough
03-24-2011, 01:16 AM #5569
03-24-2011, 01:26 AM #5570
True OTB... I was sort of not accepted back to my old school cos my B in science.. but I got my revenge in SPM and am happy with what I've achieved thus far... fails never mean you'll fail forever... you re the one to decide
03-24-2011, 09:36 AM #5571
I agree. Success will never be possible without any failure lessons.
03-24-2011, 11:30 AM #5572
Just like lee chong wei
A month ago in Korea after losing to Lin Dan,
he must have felt bad after losing to him twice in a row
But then he didn't give up,
he trained harder, sweat more and corrected his mistake
And now I think he is on top of the world....
03-24-2011, 11:45 AM #5573
LCW will be participating in a charity drive to collects funds for the Japan earthquake victims. He will donate some of his racket/s, shirts, etc for auction, so, die hard LCW fans....
03-24-2011, 12:46 PM #5574
03-24-2011, 07:20 PM #5575
03-24-2011, 09:55 PM #5576
Badminton: Chong Wei launches charity drive for Japan
LEE Chong Wei has a heart of gold.
The World No 1 has initiated a fund raising charity project, themed "Hope & Smile" to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Chong Wei hopes to raise RM1 million in the two-day charity event at the Penang International Sport Arena on April 2 and in Bukit Kiara the following day.
The Beijing Olympic silver medalist will also donate his All England-winning racquets and T-shirts for auction on both days.
Chong Wei made his commitment to the charity drive at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Also present were Japan's ambassador to Malaysia, Koichi Ito, BA of Malaysia (BAM) general manager Kenny Goh and representatives from Yonex, 100PLUS, Samsung, Astro and Kaspersky.
"I was in Birmingham for the All England when the disaster struck Japan. My heart sunk when I saw what had happened on television in my hotel room on the morning of my quarter-final match," said Chong Wei.
"I told myself then that I needed to do something for the unfortunate people caught in the earthquake and tsunami.
"Due to my tight schedule, I informed my brother and friends to plan out a project for this purpose. I will do my best to raise RM1 million.
"I am also donating both my racquets and two T-shirts, which I used for the All England final, to be auctioned."
Chong Wei said the proceeds from the two-day fund raiser will be handed to ambassador Koichi at the Japanese embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
"Fans can visit the bazaar and also watch local artists perform on both days. I have also invited Taufik (Hidayat) to participate in the event. If he comes, we will play an exhibition match," said Chong Wei, adding that he will also invite Hafiz Hashim and other national shuttlers for exhibition matches if Taufik is not available.
Japan was left reeling by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami which has led to more than 22,000 dead or missing. The world badminton community has been keen to support relief efforts.
Koichi was touched by Chong Wei's effort to help the victims through the fund raiser.
"I want to give my sincere thanks to Chong Wei for his efforts. The disaster in Japan has left so many people dead or missing. My government is making every possible effort to control the situation," said the ambassador.
Kenny said Chong Wei had spoken to him about starting a fund raising charity project upon arriving from the All England.
"We (BAM) are proud to have a player like Chong Wei in our stable. He initiated the start of the project and we agreed to lend him support as it was for a good cause," said Kenny.
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