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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Coaching Set-Up for Singles
    Head Coach - Li Mao, with Liong Chiu Sia as translator
    Men's Singles - Agus Dwi Santoso with Ronny Agustinus as assistant
    Women's Singles - Marleve Mainaky with Sarwendah Kusumawardani (wow!) as assistant
    Also Liang Chiu Shia will also coach...no speficic details

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    IMO,better to split Rijal/Debby,it is obvious that Debby is the weak link. I think Rijal just back to pair with Greisya Polii. Dont waste Rijal talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Also Liang Chiu Shia will also coach...no speficic details
    IS she a former player or what? i thought she just acts as translator?

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    I just found an article on an interview with Atik Jauhari dated July 30, 2010. Here is the link. I have not bothered translating, as some of the gist often gets lost in basic translation...
    http://sejahterabadminton.wordpress....yaknya-brasil/

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    IS she a former player or what? i thought she just acts as translator?
    Liang Chiu-Sia is Susy's former coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    IS she a former player or what? i thought she just acts as translator?
    Hi all, I am a new member...

    I would like to give some more information about Liang Chiusia. She was also a Chinese player back to 1970s...
    She won Asian Games Gold Medal for Women Single (1978) and Women Double (1974 with Cheng Huiming); plus a Silver Medal for Women Single at AG 1974....

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    I see..thanks for the info

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    Rp 1b in cash rewards for Olympians: PBSI

    The Jakarta Post | Thu, 02/10/2011 12:02 PM | Sports

    JAKARTA: The Indonesian Badminton Association (PBSI) will pay out Rp 1 billion (US$112,000) in cash rewards to badminton players who win medals at the London Olympic Games in 2012, PBSI secretary-general Jacob Rusdianto said Wednesday.

    Jacob said the association was grooming 25 shuttlers to compete at the sporting event. He said national players and club players would be eligible to receive the money.
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    Full article, just click this link -- http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...ians-pbsi.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ullisse View Post
    Hi all, I am a new member...

    I would like to give some more information about Liang Chiusia. She was also a Chinese player back to 1970s...
    She won Asian Games Gold Medal for Women Single (1978) and Women Double (1974 with Cheng Huiming); plus a Silver Medal for Women Single at AG 1974....
    Her younger brother is Tjun Tjun... who won the All England MD titles.... uhmm..... so many times... 6 times, yes. Went to the All England MD Finals 8 times, and won 6 times! I think only Finn Kobbero of DEN won more times (in MD) than Tjun-Tjun/Johan Wahyudi of INA... Liang Chiusia was originally Indonesian, but she went to China during the days when Chinese descendants were badly mistreated in INA...

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    wow...new combo... Pia/Lilyana in Swiss Open.. will they play in women doubles regulary or only in this tournament?

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMania View Post
    Coaching Set-Up for Singles
    Head Coach - Li Mao, with Liong Chiu Sia as translator
    Men's Singles - Agus Dwi Santoso with Ronny Agustinus as assistant
    Women's Singles - Marleve Mainaky with Sarwendah Kusumawardani (wow!) as assistant
    Today's Malaysia news paper said, Wong Tat Meng will join LM in Indonesia and works under LM directly.....starting right after AE11 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonmarc View Post
    Today's Malaysia news paper said, Wong Tat Meng will join LM in Indonesia and works under LM directly.....starting right after AE11 !
    Yup, end of March coach Wong Tat Meng will join INA badminton national team.

    Badminton-Malaysian coach defects to Indonesia

    Thu, 24 Feb 04:43:00 2011

    Malaysia's women's badminton coach is set to leave by the end of March to join the Indonesian national team, local media reported on Thursday.
    National singles coach Wong Tat Meng has been with the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) for eight years and will become the first Malaysian to coach in Indonesia at the national level.
    "Tat Meng wanted to move to greener pastures and he has submitted his resignation letter," BAM secretary Ng Chin Chai told the Star newspaper.
    "It should be looked at positively as he can come back one day and become a better coach as what Tan Kim Her did," he added, referring to the first Malaysian coach to ply his trade overseas in South Korea and England before returning to the country last year.
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    Read more -- http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/240220...indonesia.html

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    Malaysian Coach Won’t Be Part of  Our Team: PBSI

    February 24, 2011

    A national coach reported to be leaving Malaysia’s badminton federation to work in Indonesia might be surprised to find out that no job awaits him in Jakarta after all.

    Malaysian media on Thursday reported that women’s singles coach Wong Tat Meng was resigning from the Badminton Association of Malaysia at the end of March to join the Indonesian national team.

    Wong told the New Strait Times he was keen to continue his coaching career in Indonesia “to widen my coaching knowledge and also meet new challenges in a new environment.”
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    Marleve Mainaky will resign after April 1
    Paulus is coaching Mel/Grace now

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangkwokhau View Post
    Marleve Mainaky will resign after April 1
    Paulus is coaching Mel/Grace now
    Thanks for the info Hauge..So, Paulus will only focus on coaching Gres/Meilina or become the coach for the entire utama WD squad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLELY View Post
    Malaysian Coach Won’t Be Part of  Our Team: PBSI

    February 24, 2011

    A national coach reported to be leaving Malaysia’s badminton federation to work in Indonesia might be surprised to find out that no job awaits him in Jakarta after all.

    Malaysian media on Thursday reported that women’s singles coach Wong Tat Meng was resigning from the Badminton Association of Malaysia at the end of March to join the Indonesian national team.

    Wong told the New Strait Times he was keen to continue his coaching career in Indonesia “to widen my coaching knowledge and also meet new challenges in a new environment.”
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    According to the above news, pbsi v.president denied they hire wtm

    How reliable is this news?

    Anybody can verify which one is true, wtm or pbsi v.president?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pBmMalaysia View Post
    According to the above news, pbsi v.president denied they hire wtm

    How reliable is this news?

    Anybody can verify which one is true, wtm or pbsi v.president?
    It is true that PBSI did not know if Li Mao is hiring WTM..basically LM asked for assistant and will be paid by 3rd party...PBSI okayed it and did not know if LM hires WTM...I know because during INA liga...some talked to me about the news...

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