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please tell me
who they beat?
they lost in malaysia open
they lost in swiss open
they lost in all their thomas cup matches
they lost in even a simulation match
when,where,who,how they win a match between 2010/1/1 to 2010/6/4?
u can keep living in ur own utopia
imagine everything is nice
thinking positive always good to keep ur body,mind and soul away from illness
06-04-2010, 03:42 AM #211
Sigh, when I ask why I am led on to a wild goose chase on a thousand and one directions that are foggy and diffused. That is the beauty of words for unlike the sciences and mathematics words can mean many and different things to many people. The challenge is to pick yourself through the fog and not be lost in it.
06-04-2010, 04:01 AM #212
This is one topic that requires a little more thought as it is more complex than we think.
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Saturday June 5, 2010
Chin Chai replaces sacked Ganga as honorary BAM secretary
By SHAMSHUL FITRI
SHAH ALAM: The Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) have named Ng Chin Chai as their new honorary secretary.
The 47-year-old Negri Sembilan BA (NSBA) secretary was picked to fill the void left by the sacked P. Ganga Rao at the BAM’s council meeting here yesterday.
BAM president Datuk Mohd Nadzmi Salleh had the prerogative to make the appointment but he preferred to let the council make the decision.
“He’s an old face in the association and he fits the bill. But I brought his name up to the council for them to decide,” said Nadzmi.
“Chin Chai is more than capable of taking over the post and this is part of the major restructuring we are going through in the association.”
Chin Chai, a lawyer by profession, has been in the badminton fraternity since joining as a back-up player in the 80s.
He has been involved in coaching players in Negri since 1988 and the head of coaching of the NSBA since 2006.
Meanwhile, Nadzmi hinted that he might reinstate the post of assistant secretary as Chin Chai will be working on voluntary basis and will not be on BAM’s payroll, unlike Ganga.
“Maybe, we’ll need to find an assistant because he will not be able to do everything on his own,” said Nadzmi.
Coincidentally, Chin Chai was the last person to hold the post of assistant secretary when he assisted Datuk Punch Gunalan in 1994-96.
For Chin Chai, his appointment as secretary was more of a calling for him to serve the country.
“Badminton is my passion and I don’t feel any pressure when offered the post. I even think of it as national service to lift the country’s standard of badminton to a higher level,” said Chin Chai.
Nadzmi also said that he had found a suitable candidate for the post of high performance manager.
The candidate, he said, was someone from outside BAM but who had experience being a player.
He said the manager would be responsible for monitoring coaches and the progress of the players in the national squad.
“I have somebody in mind and I have spoken to him about this. However, he has yet to respond,” said Nadzmi, who added that ideally the candidate should be a former player.
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