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Discussion in 'Vietnam Open / China Open (2) 2007' started by kwun, Nov 22, 2007.
Hope you r not correct... No..no.. Don't introduce any member fees pls..
SDK's smile reminds me of Ancol's monkey..it's a big one.
so this is the service judge in question in the Sudket/Saralee vs. Zheng/Gao match.
congrats to WMC for beating Zhu Lin.
Random comments on kwun and kwun's news..
..thanks kwun, for the news...Hmm, wow, Hau-ge already had his first get-together w/kwun, heh??..so fast....
As for Sony, hmm, maybe he's already full??..Or did you guys order any non-halal food??..
Hmm, maybe Hau-ge can take some pics and relieve you, kwun....
..yes, i didn't know our Hau-ge actually took that pic...Hmm, that digicam must've been set to anti-vibration..
Off topic (hope kwun won't mind me giving some details):
..yes, kwun was already "exposed" a while back & he already has his own thread...Here are a few links & pics abt kwun, with the last 2 of his past trips to S'pore and HK...
As for the location of BC itself, well, you guys can read kwun's Profile..
http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12666 (kwun's intro)..
http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24459&page=15 (w/ pics, post #264 and onwards)..
http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19565&page=5 (w/pics, post #81 onwards)..
Tq very much, with your pic & live score.. we are really like watching a live match.. keep it up with more report..
wow,that was fast,kwun
it is so much more fun to be watching badminton than taking photos of badminton. the crowd are cheering at the top of their throat and all i can see is a little viewfinder. a few other photojournalists are just sitting there watching instead of doing work.
..just a warm up, kwun....Wait til the Semis and Finals days....And then, of course, to be continued next week @ the HK Open...
Btw, you should take pics of the crowd "cheering at the top of their throat, lung & tongue"..We want to see the emotions of the crowd..
I'm not asking you I'm making a statement...
That is so so so true.
Watching the event live is just incomparable. Nothing beats that experience.
You even find yourself cheering madly for your favorite player
2 days of sitting down and taking photos is starting to take its toll. today i developed a really annoying headache on one side of my head. i am going to take a rest tonight and will post some pics when i get to it tomorrow.
thank you, rest more, take care and drink 1:1 of 1 _ _ pluslain water to cure ur headache...
Who say taking photos is easy? heheh.. get well soon mate. Relax and put some cold cucumber on your eyes. Take it easy.
you know well how to take beauty sleep......
Kwun! Wonderful pics.. Thanks.
Enjoy your trip to GZ.
Hauge U should try it....watching tooooo much badminton......'s beauties already.....time to take care your eyes......
i wonder if anybody noticed that during the Choong/Lee and Chia/Chung match, there was a long delay at around 4-3 on the first game. the umpire really dozed off that match. firstly he got the TPE/MAS names mixed up, then later on he got their scores mixed up. after nearly 5 mins of back and forth plus the interference of the tournament referee, he finally got the scores and names correctly and the match could proceed.
the Chinese crowd is really very sporting. they will cheer for any good rallies regardless of where the players are from. you will hear whole stadium cheering and clapping when they see a long a hard fought rally. of course, in times when Chinese are behind they will always goes for the JIA YOU! routine but that's very understandable.