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    Arrow Rajes Paul's article will boost more support from cheering fans for LCW

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Monday June 11, 2012
    Family problem adds to Chong Weis mounting woes
    By RAJES PAUL
    KUALA LUMPUR: Misfortune continues to dog world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei even as he tries to conquer adversity in his quest for Olympic gold.
    Just coming out of his injury woes ahead of the London Games, Chong Wei has been hit with more turmoil an unfortunate family problem this time.
    Yesterday, his father Lee Ah Chai allegedly attempted to commit suicide but was foiled by the police in Penang.
    Just weeks before, at the Thomas Cup Finals in Wuhan, Chong Wei shed tears of agony when he tore his ligament in his ankle, dealing a blow to his hopes of leading Malaysias hunt for the elusive Olympic gold in London.
    Earlier in March, he had to concede a walkover to his nemesis Lin Dan of China in the All-England final because of a shoulder injury.
    Chong Wei, who is in a race against time to recover from his ankle injury and go into rigorous training, certainly does not need any unwarranted distractions.
    But national coach Tey Seu Bock has complete faith in the players ability to stay rock solid during this critical period of preparation for the Olympic badminton competition at the Wembley Arena from July 28 to Aug 5.
    All Seu Bock wants is for Chong Wei to be given the space to focus on his challenging mission to beat the formidable China stars to the gold.
    The road to London seems to be getting tougher by the day but Seu Bock believes that Chong Wei has the fortitude and courage to overcome the trials and tribulations.
    Seu Bock acknowledged that Chong Wei, as a national hero and superstar, would be the cynosure of all eyes, especially as there were high hopes that he would deliver gold in London.
    He cant help but be in the spotlight and that is so very stressful, he said.
    He deserves his privacy as he has sacrificed so much for the sport and brought glory to the country. He should be left alone to deal with his private matters.
    Chong Wei is a strong person and he will continue to stay focused in his preparation for the London Games.
    Seu Bock said Chong Wei had only taken baby steps in his rehabilitation programme since suffering the injury in the match against Peter-Gade Christensen in the quarter-final tie against Denmark at Wuhan.
    He is currently engaged in light training and the focus for now is on his upper body movements. He diligently goes for his rehabilitation programme and is working really hard, said Seu Bock.
    We dont know when he will be able to begin full-time training but it is good to see little improvements. What he needs right now is positive support so he can focus on the Olympics.

    http://thestar.com.my/services/print...asp&sec=sports
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    I think Rajes Paul's article will boost more support from cheering fans for LCW at the 2012 London Olympics.

    Knowing Rajes Paul as spiritual person herself, I hope she can give us more insight of LCW's mind, as she follows LCW's preparation for the 2012 London Olympic Games.
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    so do you think it is:

    1. LCW dad really going out for a stroll in the middle of the night, and then subsequently blown completely out of scale by the press

    2. LCW dad going for a suicide, didn't do it, and then later on try to cover it up?

    are police reports in the public record in Malaysia? that will shed some light...

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    It was in the late 80's when I was home on a visit, driving my plastic 75cc Honda bike, did an illegal U-turn and caught by a police chap hiding to ambush me....I asked for 'tolong lah' (heeelp pleaz). The police chap said 'you know you did wrong, how can I help? I said lima ringgit boleh kah? (5 dollars, can ah?). He said that is too little, I said that is all I got. He then asked me to put the 5 thingie in my driver license and handl it to him. He then pretended to write a summon on a note pad and handled me the empty summon and the driver license and pocketed the 5 thingie. To pay the fine is about 75 ringgit, I think....That is why I love Malaysian police, they are the best...MAS Boleh...this is a real incident, not a joke.

    try this trick in Canada and you get double...Canadian police are bad dudes.

    Now, back to Dato cars...I understand life is short and he can spend what he wants since he earns them...but in MAS, wher can he find the road to drive those thingie. If I am him, I will drive slow and vrooommm the sound loud, so onlookers can salivate and wish.....
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    According to the article, Lee's dad was found by police to be weeping by the island coast line and then was coaxed to return to his mainland home. While the police escorted his car, he suddenly stopped on the bridge and got out. It certainly sounds like he's sad and was not planning to do anything. But I'd guess his emotions overtook him while going back across te bridge. I sincerely hope he gets some serious professional help, even though he may downplay his behaviour after the event.

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    LCW only responded by saying pls respect his & his family privacy. His bro has gone back to Penang to find out what happened.(from Harian Metro)

    Whether really want to or not, only the person concerned knows, Mr Lee Ah Chai deny he tried to commit suicide.

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    The old man probably just wanted to be alone with his thoughts and problems. The result is now different. The whole world has done the math: 2+2=795

    My 2.316 cents...

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    As if his ankle injury isn't bad enough, now this has to happen, a serious family problem to compound it. Either of this would have broken the spirit of any lesser man except that Lee C W is an extraordinary sportsman, his skills won't desert him but whether his body can take it or not will depend on his willpower and determination. I can only cheer him on.

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    if i'm not mistake lcw want to bring his father to kl and stay with him, but his father refuse.

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    Arrow It doesn't matter...

    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    so do you think it is:

    1. LCW dad really going out for a stroll in the middle of the night, and then subsequently blown completely out of scale by the press

    2. LCW dad going for a suicide, didn't do it, and then later on try to cover it up?

    are police reports in the public record in Malaysia? that will shed some light...
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    It doesn't matter... It didn't result in a grave misfortune.
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    If LCW's father indeed wanted to commit suicide and so close to OLY12 starting, I am thinking whether is it depression, and that's a very serious sickness and I personally knew of some friends of us have this sickness. If it is otherwise, even if his father wanted to commit suicide now, he would know what effect that has on Dato's preparation, as if Dato current injury is already a huge concern to Dato's readiness. Suicide would seriously disrupt Dato's mental preparation and no matter how tough and discipline a player is, that would be a huge obstacle to overcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    It was in the late 80's when I was home on a visit, driving my plastic 75cc Honda bike, did an illegal U-turn and caught by a police chap hiding to ambush me....I asked for 'tolong lah' (heeelp pleaz). The police chap said 'you know you did wrong, how can I help? I said lima ringgit boleh kah? (5 dollars, can ah?). He said that is too little, I said that is all I got. He then asked me to put the 5 thingie in my driver license and handl it to him. He then pretended to write a summon on a note pad and handled me the empty summon and the driver license and pocketed the 5 thingie. To pay the fine is about 75 ringgit, I think....That is why I love Malaysian police, they are the best...MAS Boleh...this is a real incident, not a joke.
    Be careful when you are back for your next vacation. They will look you up for bribery, not attempted bribery and you will be found guilty.
    And how to spot you?
    I think will know one when they see a tough bird.

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    why dont we speculate too much. just believe what the old guy saying.
    sometimes, when i am frustrated, i just sit in coffee shop with a cup of coffee and read newspaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    It was in the late 80's when I was home on a visit, driving my plastic 75cc Honda bike, did an illegal U-turn and caught by a police chap hiding to ambush me....I asked for 'tolong lah' (heeelp pleaz). The police chap said 'you know you did wrong, how can I help? I said lima ringgit boleh kah? (5 dollars, can ah?). He said that is too little, I said that is all I got. He then asked me to put the 5 thingie in my driver license and handl it to him. He then pretended to write a summon on a note pad and handled me the empty summon and the driver license and pocketed the 5 thingie. To pay the fine is about 75 ringgit, I think....That is why I love Malaysian police, they are the best...MAS Boleh...this is a real incident, not a joke.

    try this trick in Canada and you get double...Canadian police are bad dudes.

    Now, back to Dato cars...I understand life is short and he can spend what he wants since he earns them...but in MAS, wher can he find the road to drive those thingie. If I am him, I will drive slow and vrooommm the sound loud, so onlookers can salivate and wish.....
    Recently in Singapore, a young China national tried to beat the red light and smashed his powerful sports car onto the left side of a taxi cab killing both himself and the taxi driver, who still have dependants to feed. I think the taxi passenger, a Japanese lady, also died from the impact.

    LCW has to be very careful with so many sports cars!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    why dont we speculate too much. just believe what the old guy saying.
    sometimes, when i am frustrated, i just sit in coffee shop with a cup of coffee and read newspaper.
    I would go out to play badminton instead, since sitting in a coffee shop & read newspaper will cost me more money than playing badminton which at the end will stress me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    I would go out to play badminton instead, since sitting in a coffee shop & read newspaper will cost me more money than playing badminton which at the end will stress me up
    That's why you're not a mod, see?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Recently in Singapore, a young China national tried to beat the red light and smashed his powerful sports car onto the left side of a taxi cab killing both himself and the taxi driver, who still have dependants to feed. I think the taxi passenger, a Japanese lady, also died from the impact.

    LCW has to be very careful with so many sports cars!
    I dunno how many cars a person needs or wants, but to each his own and LCW works hard to deserve those cars...I suppose he must find a way to make economic sense investing in cars which in most cases is a money losing venture. Really, KL roads are so congested, what can a Lambo or Audi R8 do?
    We too have idiots racing cars late at night in remote area and one of these days, someone will get hurt and the unfortunate thing is some bystanders will be victimized as well.

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    Smile LCW can drive faster than LD can

    Quote Originally Posted by OneToughBirdie View Post
    I dunno how many cars a person needs or wants, but to each his own and LCW works hard to deserve those cars...I suppose he must find a way to make economic sense investing in cars which in most cases is a money losing venture. Really, KL roads are so congested, what can a Lambo or Audi R8 do?
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    I asked LCW - Why spend so much money on cars?

    He said it's because of 2 reasons;

    1. The car salesman was superior.
    2. LCW can drive faster than LD can.

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