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SS19flyover
05-10-2009, 08:43 AM
Enjoy viewing. :)

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Naka
05-10-2009, 09:19 AM
I saw their training sessions in TV.

All the men and women were hand picked of the same height, weight, etc. The hours in training are long and hard.They were blindfolded during their training until they get that perfect precision.

According to the survey, a soldier would have worn out seven pairs of military boots and 15 pairs of shoe-pads by the time, they got the marching right.

Their motton:-

"We cannot fail, and we will not fail."

Rhiga
05-10-2009, 09:55 AM
Average height for gals is 1.69m.

Not just the height, the length of hand and leg must be the same too.

When they march, 5 lines must be straight Ė cap, chest, hand, thigh and boot.

Amazing

ng
05-10-2009, 10:26 AM
I saw their training sessions in TV.

All the men and women were hand picked of the same height, weight, etc. The hours in training are long and hard.They were blindfolded during their training until they get that perfect precision.



On TV, I saw

The way they lift up the legs must be exactly the same height by practising on a machine.

They can only blink their eyes after X secs which is longer than average human.

ng
05-10-2009, 10:29 AM
Average height for gals is 1.69m.



What's the chosen height for the men ?

Rhiga
05-10-2009, 10:43 AM
The article I read is about the gals.

keny
05-10-2009, 11:19 AM
good news is there are 20,000 female PRC students here,majority are pretty and majority taking English Diploma (during day time) for many years at private colleges.

shthang
05-10-2009, 11:54 AM
good news is there are 20,000 female PRC students here,majority are pretty and majority taking English Diploma (during day time) for many years at private colleges.

Travel all the way here taking English courses...i am not convinced when there are plenty of such courses back in China that are better and cheaper. Perhaps there are other "inter-national-courses" they are in pursuit here and English lesson at day time will enable them to communicate better at night http://www.myrealestate.com.my/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

USJ27Resident
05-10-2009, 12:24 PM
Perhaps there are other "inter-national-courses" they are in pursuit here and English lesson at day time will enable them to communicate better at night

are you're imply or stereotyping... :eek: :rolleyes:

if you are... that is not a very nice thought!

shthang
05-10-2009, 12:31 PM
are you're imply or stereotyping... :eek: :rolleyes:

if you are... that is not a very nice thought!


Just to relate what i heard from friends. Many of them working part time at night and weekends to earn some monies to make ends meet and they could converse in simple english.

Jey
05-10-2009, 02:13 PM
simply superb :D

Rhiga
05-10-2009, 02:18 PM
Just to relate what i heard from friends. Many of them working part time at night and weekends to earn some monies to make ends meet and they could converse in simple english.

Tell your friends there are better things to focus on.

Those PRC students are MUCH BETTER than the local snatch thieves, mat rempit, corrupted bureaucrats and politician.

And there is nothing wrong with working part-time. It is a demand and supply story, donít just blame the supply side.

It is the same with pirate VCD, the buyer is equally guilty as well.

zinglicious
05-10-2009, 02:35 PM
Just to relate what i heard from friends. Many of them working part time at night and weekends to earn some monies to make ends meet and they could converse in simple english.
Comparing with the local suppermarket staff, maybe they should be taking part time english course in thier full time jobs to converse in simple English.

Naka
05-10-2009, 04:06 PM
In photo #28:-

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2009/09/china_prepares_for_its_60th_an.html

QUOTE:-

'An officer sticks a needle in the collar of a paramilitary policeman to correct his posture during a training session in Hefei, Anhui province September 13, 2009. ' :eek: :eek: :eek:

Sentinel
05-10-2009, 04:17 PM
Just to relate what i heard from friends. Many of them working part time at night and weekends to earn some monies to make ends meet and they could converse in simple english.Thats stereotyping my friend and I think thats not a fair statement to throw at these China gals... I have worked in China for a while and in a country with billions of people, only a small percentage "work the streets at night"... but thats happening to Malaysian gals too, right?

irisbaggins
05-10-2009, 05:21 PM
Wow....spectacular! Full of spirit....if only we have 10% of the spirit.....that would be nice. Our PM didn't even bother to celebrate National Day this year...his reason? Save cost.....(my foot).....

Sentinel
05-10-2009, 05:43 PM
China is 60 years old. We are 52. Not so far behind but when you see the lady army of China march and look at the standard of the choir doing the 1Malaysia song HERE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-XP5FLA98k) you wanna puke! Inikah spirit 1Malaysia?

Macamni kah to promote the spirit of 1Malaysia? Puke... puke... puke...

bslee
05-10-2009, 07:25 PM
How to go forward when recycled politicians seem to be the fashion these days? LOOK LAH!... give up and go elsewhere IF you can. This place is GOING NOWHERE!

zinglicious
05-10-2009, 07:45 PM
Not if we care enough to get ourselves to register as voters. Voting is a citizen responsibitlity! But we have Malaysians that can talk but failed to register as a voter.
Hopefuly leaders can be elected and they wont just talk without action.Then the rakyat would emulate from the leaders.
So ensure Malaysians exercise thier rights and more important the responsibility of being a citizen.
Registered and vote

bslee
05-10-2009, 07:50 PM
So ensure Malaysians exercise thier rights and more important the responsibility of being a citizen.
Registered and vote

FORGET IT lah!.. not in the next half or more century. Mindsets don't really change significantly for most. 70% or more (i'm estimating) are not in the know, do not realise, insist on status quo or just don't bother because their satisfaction level is low,meaning they very happy living being content with the bare basics and very minimal for survival.
IT DOESN'T WORK HERE!...I just can't be convinced anyhow. This land doesn't have leaders born to be, they're made up anyhow, and thats perhaps one primary reason most are without substance (or brains) to pull this country through stiff global competition. The very good potential ones will however choose NOT to be a politician. Can anyone tell me (jokes aside) anything significant achievement from 2004 to 2009? 5 years breezed by with nothing, believe it or not.

zinglicious
05-10-2009, 09:05 PM
Belum cuba , belum tahu. If Japan can see the waVe of change, it could happen here too. The politics era is changing with time. I for one who may be interested to know about political issue but ask me to do more - I learn it from the leaders - I learn to talk but no action. Just talk as if I can expect durians turun runtuh.
But it changes over time and experiences. I realised that I cannot change Malaysia but maybe I can just make a bit of dent.
BTW, I am not affliated to any politcal parties. Just doing my basic responsibility of being a Malaysian until I decide otherwise to sing God Bless America. So right now , it is Negaraku.

bslee
05-10-2009, 09:34 PM
Belum cuba , belum tahu. If Japan can see the waVe of change, it could happen here too.

Its ok..you can continue hoping. A change is highly anticipated but do we have seasoned and capable individuals taking over the reins and forging ahead in 5 years time? I think the answer in a firm NO!.
I'm sufficiently convinced many people's mindsets and attitudes DO NOT CHANGE easily and for the better. Angry votes is NOT whats wanted in the equation. Ah...devil and the deep blue sea syndrome in future, just watch.

CHANGE THE EDUCATION SYSTEM RIGHT NOW and ON PAR with say US or UK standards and all to ENGLISH LANGUAGE. They can't even do that, nothing else will improve...period! Its WEAKNESS of the rakyat that they capitalize and thrive on for their own prosperity and being in power, nothing else much matters. Has been, always been and will be like that indefinitely since 2 decades ago.

zinglicious
05-10-2009, 10:13 PM
we have to start somehow with the song like somewhere over the rainbows. Hoping for the change. At least I am quite please with the bleeding of corruption that has been stopped with less mansions and disneyland trips.
On the other hand, what would be the actual expectation for being a baby? Given the guy with questionable intergrity with the span of 52 years and proven until innocent baby, guess what would be my choice?
Malaya Unversity was out of top 100, football was kick into nowhere, Penan people are starved, .......it cant get worse than these , right......?

Raikonen
05-10-2009, 10:37 PM
we have to start somehow with the song like somewhere over the rainbows. Hoping for the change. At least I am quite please with the bleeding of corruption that has been stopped with less mansions and disneyland trips.
On the other hand, what would be the actual expectation for being a baby? Given the guy with questionable intergrity with the span of 52 years and proven until innocent baby, guess what would be my choice?
Malaya Unversity was out of top 100, football was kick into nowhere, Penan people are starved, .......it cant get worse than these , right......?

The bleeding still continue my fren, albeit in different manners and ways.... REad recently, if i am not wrong, that 1Najib wants to have stimulus package of RM1 billion a mth till next year...Stimulate whose pocket i ask.

Sentinel
05-10-2009, 11:40 PM
FORGET IT lah!.. not in the next half or more century. Mindsets don't really change significantly for most. 70% or more (i'm estimating) are not in the know, do not realise, insist on status quo or just don't bother because their satisfaction level is low,meaning they very happy living being content with the bare basics and very minimal for survival.
IT DOESN'T WORK HERE!...I just can't be convinced anyhow. This land doesn't have leaders born to be, they're made up anyhow, and thats perhaps one primary reason most are without substance (or brains) to pull this country through stiff global competition. The very good potential ones will however choose NOT to be a politician. Can anyone tell me (jokes aside) anything significant achievement from 2004 to 2009? 5 years breezed by with nothing, believe it or not.BS, you must be fair to the others who have family and friends here and yet has nowhere to go and has to stay here. They must have hope for a change and unless you really have a crystal ball, you cannot be definite what the future holds. These people need HOPE and I really hope you do think not just your position but millions of others who has no where to go. THEY NEED THE CHANGE and thats why the only way now is through the ballot box.

I never thought myself that 8th March 2008 was possible... I was at the Dewan Seri Pinang during the night of the counting too and honestly I didn't believe the ballot papers I saw were filling up the baskets allocated for Pakatan.

Let those who believe there is a better future and need for a change continue to work at it okay... :D

shthang
05-10-2009, 11:48 PM
Tell your friends there are better things to focus on.

Those PRC students are MUCH BETTER than the local snatch thieves, mat rempit, corrupted bureaucrats and politician.

And there is nothing wrong with working part-time. It is a demand and supply story, donít just blame the supply side.

It is the same with pirate VCD, the buyer is equally guilty as well.

Pls read my posting again...did i say it's wrong to work part time? did i say their part time job is kind of job that will make the buyer feel guilty? Care to explain what kind of part time job you have in mind? http://planetsmilies.net/confused-smiley-17661.gif In fact, my friends (incl ladies) and i really like the China students as they are generally very friendly.

My main question is why they have to travel so far here just to learn English when they can learn it locally? http://planetsmilies.net/confused-smiley-17428.gif I have been to China many many times...and some of their english schools there are even better & cheaper than here when the Chinese govt was working hard to improve the english proficiency especially in North East China in preparation for the last Beijing olympics.

USJ27Resident
06-10-2009, 12:22 AM
but thats happening to Malaysian gals too, right?

true... so from what i hear too... 'genius' malaysian girls go all the way to UK and end up being high class social escorts too... so because of that infamous one, should we stereotype all students that work part-time... :rolleyes:

mebbe shtang's friends got lots of free time to go look-see, look-see...

USJ27Resident
06-10-2009, 12:27 AM
Macamni kah to promote the spirit of 1Malaysia? Puke... puke... puke...

as usual... those in charge wud find 'rappers-wannabes' to dish out crap-pers and then label it as patriotic :confused:

if the 'flers 'think' they were singing... then the frogs in my neighbourhood would be making double platinum recordings.... :D

kwchang
06-10-2009, 12:41 AM
How come ahhhh.. a piece on the China march pass can morph into discussions on girls going overseas, becoming high class call girls and then change direction to bash the local government? Says a lot about what actually runs in your minds everyday ... you blokes are a psychiatrist's gold mine ;)

SS19flyover
06-10-2009, 09:36 AM
Unca...one more here. at 8.33 PLA Ladies March again. "Enjoy ok?"

Cool down lar...comon, every day meet in the kopitiam to argue, high blood pressure not good for health ar.

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AllUrban
06-10-2009, 09:58 AM
How come ahhhh.. a piece on the China march pass can morph into discussions on girls going overseas, becoming high class call girls and then change direction to bash the local government? Says a lot about what actually runs in your minds everyday ... you blokes are a psychiatrist's gold mine ;)HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAH thank you for making my day! ROTFLMAO!

Thank you to the One-Eyed Man. As they say, in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king!

China has produced an amazing spectacle, but they are nowhere when compared to North Korea & Stalinist USSR for pageantry.

Beautiful to look at but what difference does it make? The world will largely ignore these displays which is what frustrates China again and again ... being overlooked by the world.

PRC is 60 years old but the ROC will be 100 years old in 2011. That is a big deal too. Wonder what the ROC will do in 2 years for their 100th celebration

Cheers, m

Rhiga
06-10-2009, 10:10 AM
Pls read my posting again...did i say it's wrong to work part time? did i say their part time job is kind of job that will make the buyer feel guilty? Care to explain what kind of part time job you have in mind? http://planetsmilies.net/confused-smiley-17661.gif In fact, my friends (incl ladies) and i really like the China students as they are generally very friendly.

My main question is why they have to travel so far here just to learn English when they can learn it locally? http://planetsmilies.net/confused-smiley-17428.gif I have been to China many many times...and some of their english schools there are even better & cheaper than here when the Chinese govt was working hard to improve the english proficiency especially in North East China in preparation for the last Beijing olympics.

No intention to argue.

Foreign students are not allowed to work here.

If they are working part-time they must be abusing their student visa.

Please donít tell me your are referring to working part-time as a helper/waitress in restaurant, etc.

The fact is you are stereotyping them, which is not good as correctly pointed out by other forumers as well.

Many of them come here to study because of the twinning program, i.e. they can get a UK/US/Aussie degree without spending a huge sum of money.

Give you an example, the twinning degree program (3+0) of University of Nottingham will produce a paper that is equivalent to a full time degree course in UK. It is a big savings, and big help to look for a job from MNC when they are back home.

And of course they are some who abuse the student visa try to earn quick bucks here. But it is unfair to generalize and stereotype them.

HTCHONG
06-10-2009, 10:24 AM
Since all of you are talking about gal power, I will like to share this experience.

1993 ~ 1994, I was assigned to China, Shenzhen for a year assignment. I had a secretary, she was from Heilongjiang. She spoke reasonable English, quite tall, pretty and had fair complexion. But cannot tahan her lah, every now and then asked me to buy her dinner. Initially, I bought her dinner out of courtesy lah. She dressed up very sexy when attend dinner. :eek:

After a while, I got nervous leh. I worried that one day I cannot tahan..then something may happen. ehÖyour guess is as good as my guess lah. :D

Finally, I told HR, I donít need a secretary and transfer her to other departments.

Rhiga
06-10-2009, 10:38 AM
Since all of you are talking about gal power, I will like to share this experience.

After a while, I got nervous leh. I worried that one day I cannot tahan..then something may happen. ehÖyour guess is as good as my guess lah. :D

Finally, I told HR, I donít need a secretary and transfer her to other departments.

Chong,

I salute you. It is not easy.

HTCHONG
06-10-2009, 10:56 AM
Chong,

I salute you. It is not easy.

Let me tell you another story of this girl. One of the dinners, she told me it was too late to go back to dormitory (we provided accommodation for the workers). She asked my permission to share a night with me in my hotel room. I told her NO ! :eek: I jokingly told her (which I intended too) that I might do something bad to herÖ:D :D

I told my driver to send her back and ensured her safety to get into dormitory.

Cannot lah.. very dangerous lehÖ I think my career is more important lah. ;)

Naka
06-10-2009, 10:59 AM
I am not sure, but I find gals in PRC are really forward with this sort of things.

It seems they always make the first move,no?

shthang
06-10-2009, 11:28 AM
Foreign students are not allowed to work here.

If they are working part-time they must be abusing their student visa.


In your last reply, it's illegal to work part time.



Those PRC students are MUCH BETTER than the local snatch thieves, mat rempit, corrupted bureaucrats and politician.

And there is nothing wrong with working part-time. It is a demand and supply story, donít just blame the supply side.

Ironically, pls see your earlier reply that you are defending the rights of the PRC students of working part time. Let's focus on facts by reading my postings again...i did NOT say working part time is illegal/legal or wrong/right....you DID.



Please donít tell me your are referring to working part-time as a helper/waitress in restaurant, etc.
I did not specify type of part-time jobs as it cud cover many jobs....how do you know i am not referring to them working part time in the restaurants...seems you are better than my wifey who cud read my mind.



The fact is you are stereotyping them, which is not good as correctly pointed out by other forumers as well.......

.......But it is unfair to generalize and stereotype them

When you said the fact i am stereotyping, show me the facts pls and not driven by perception.



Many of them come here to study because of the twinning program, i.e. they can get a UK/US/Aussie degree without spending a huge sum of money.

Give you an example, the twinning degree program (3+0) of University of Nottingham will produce a paper that is equivalent to a full time degree course in UK. It is a big savings, and big help to look for a job from MNC when they are back home.

And of course they are some who abuse the student visa try to earn quick bucks here.
If they are here for twinning program leading to full time degree of international courses ie business, marketing, etc...i will be happy. Again, we are talking about they are here for English language lesson only that raised my earlier question...can you shed some light here why they are here only for English language?



I do not mean to belittle you or anyone by asking a lot of questions and making few comments here..I just want to show how a misunderstanding could be avoided if we get the facts correct and aware of inherent unconscious perceptions that each individual may have. So Chang, bear with me and i do know this has deviated from the original thread on National march.

Rhiga
06-10-2009, 11:45 AM
Shthang,

That is no point debating sentence by sentence, point by point.

I read your first post and I think you are being unfair by stereotyping the PRC students.

You can be right, it may just my perception of what you wrote and it can be a misunderstanding.

If you disagree with what I said, you are absolutely entitled with your right and opinion.

I stress my point and I donít like to debate.

Cheers

shthang
06-10-2009, 11:51 AM
Shthang,

That is no point debating sentence by sentence, point by point.

I read your first post and I think you are being unfair by stereotyping the PRC students.

You can be right, it may just my perception of what you wrote and it can be a misunderstanding.

If you disagree with what I said, you are absolutely entitled with your right and opinion.

I stress my point and I donít like to debate.

Cheers


Yeap....it's a misunderstanding due to perceptions that we each have and tend to overlook the facts. I am no exception vulnerable to such weakness and trying to be as aware as i could.

I acknowledge your points/opinion as much as you acknowledge mine. Nobody is a winner. Let's close this and move on.

Sentinel
06-10-2009, 09:05 PM
Let me tell you another story of this girl. One of the dinners, she told me it was too late to go back to dormitory (we provided accommodation for the workers). She asked my permission to share a night with me in my hotel room. I told her NO ! :eek: I jokingly told her (which I intended too) that I might do something bad to herÖ:D :D

I told my driver to send her back and ensured her safety to get into dormitory.

Cannot lah.. very dangerous lehÖ I think my career is more important lah. ;)Sure or not you were such an angel??? Tell us lah what REALLY happened.... :D

AllUrban
07-10-2009, 10:01 AM
Sure or not you were such an angel??? Tell us lah what REALLY happened.... :D hahahahah c'mon, :eek: family forum lah.....save it for the next TT session :p

Cheers, m

HTCHONG
07-10-2009, 01:44 PM
Sure or not you were such an angel??? Tell us lah what REALLY happened.... :D

Hi Bro, don't dare to bluff in the public lah... :D . What REALLY happened ?..... I went back to my room and sleep lah. :D

Sentinel
07-10-2009, 01:53 PM
Hi Bro, don't dare to bluff in the public lah... :D . What REALLY happened ?..... I went back to my room and sleep lah. :DSure or not, I have never seen a cat refusing to bite into a kembong fish laid out in front of it... :D

HTCHONG
07-10-2009, 01:56 PM
Sure or not, I have never seen a cat refusing to bite into a kembong fish laid out in front of it... :D

this cat don't eat kembong fish leh..it is a vegetarian lah. For healthy living... :D :D :D

AllUrban
07-10-2009, 03:29 PM
this cat don't eat kembong fish leh..it is a vegetarian lah. For healthy living... :D :D :Ddefinitely one cool cat! :cool:

Cheers, m

Raikonen
07-10-2009, 04:47 PM
this cat don't eat kembong fish leh..it is a vegetarian lah. For healthy living... :D :D :D

I find it very hard to believe you....yr wifey a forumer also?

HTCHONG
08-10-2009, 08:47 AM
I find it very hard to believe you....yr wifey a forumer also?

Aiyah..bro. What for I bluff you, no prize given right? :p
Wifey not a forumer lah. She was my girlfriend then, I told about her about it then she took a long leave to accompany me in Shenzhen.. :D :D

Ok lah.. donít drill further lah or else becomes a personal chat. :D

cskok8
08-10-2009, 11:34 AM
Aiyah..bro. What for I bluff you, no prize given right? :p
Wifey not a forumer lah. She was my girlfriend then, I told about her about it then she took a long leave to accompany me in Shenzhen.. :D :D

Ok lah.. donít drill further lah or else becomes a personal chat. :D

So thats the trick you used to snare your wifey :D

HTCHONG
08-10-2009, 11:43 AM
So thats the trick you used to snare your wifey :D

Wa lauÖleft or right also kenaÖ :D Ok lah we stop here. :)

kwchang
08-10-2009, 11:51 AM
Despite an earlier warning, this thread proceeded to deviate further ... :eek: :mad: :( ... obviously gone past its expiry date ... time to take it off the shelf