Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia

At the heart of Kinta Valley. The capital city of the state of Perak. An opposition stronghold. Factory of brilliant people. Desolated through emigration of its inhabitants to other parts of the country and overseas. Yet... it is forever remembered by its people.

Monday, March 29, 2004

Board of Directors and Executives of Ipoh Tauges

Foo Chee Hoe: A multiple-field-capable buddy. More than a doctor to me. Simply and at any time a writer, a speaker, and a creative designer. Sometimes, he might be undecisive of what he wants to do. In other words, in certain matters, he is fickle-minded and keep on changing his mind from west to east and vise versa. This is his trait of trying not to plunge into either extreme end of a situation or thought. Nontheless, he is one that I can truly depend upon to blog, to revel in reading Farish Noor's articles, to discuss about politics, education, to lambast the government and menteris and also to enjoy washing eyes; at SS2 Murni or even Darussalam.

Lee Kar Kin: Brilliant achiever academically. Top in STPM. Top in IT of UM. But, in some personal affairs and plans, lucky stars have not drawn near him. Perserverance and hardworking will never be eliminated from his daily cores. Striving on every moment of his life to improve and empower himself with knowledge, experience and ability to communicate well verbally and non verbally. He is someone I can definitely seek to be a enthusiatic and motivated business partner.

Yeoh Kok Ming: A commonest buddy in a lot of things. Since knowing him in Tingkatan 1M, we have been able to share some funniest and stupidiest events together. He was once an Alex Ferguson of a football team, recruiting the best footballers available to make his club a reality. Sometimes, he does talk big, but actions tarak. Nevertheless, if he is serious in his tasks, I can bet that you will see the best possible results. In those days, he was an avid pursuer of engineering but in the end, he also ended up in a medical school.

Benedict: Si bulat macha. He was an active blogger when Ipoh Tauges first started but now he seems to be disappearing. In our school days, he did know a lot of things and I wonder why he kept on asking his classmates questions which he already knew the answers.


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