Tuesday, September 30, 2008


Here's my new haircut.......honestly I miss my old long hair...I wanted to post more pics of me when I was in Malaysia last year like the Life Game and Sunway Lagoon Trip photos but the memory card didn't work....sigh

Futsal Profiles.

Jeffrey Lee.
Player Biography-Jeff joined the futsal players in the early days at the ending of 2005 in Kuchai Lama. If I had not mistaken he played the position of keeper and defender in the starting games. He played a defensive role in the beginning of 2006 and participated in the league in Kuchai Lama in which Canaan won third place as a keeper and defender substituting Zheng Qiang then goal keeper.By the end of the year 2006 Jeff change into a much more offensive role of play by taking the position of midfielder and forward. Towards 2007 he had already participated in memorable matches for canaan. Currently he is playing with the remaining canaan members in the league in Kuchai Lama.

Notable goals-One of the goals I remember of Jeffrey was a normal training match in which he scored a great header that was thrown by the keeper. It was a side header that rebounded and wen't in. Jeffrey took the role of playmaking in many games.

As told by Clement- Jeff's contirbution to the game and his fellow teamates improvement was a lot. He played an important role in the game of futsal for the team and the futher growth of canaan futsal.

Futsal Profiles.

Sunday, September 28, 2008


Young Boy Corps is now introducing an all new program in this blog known as TAGGED. Everyones been doing it and my good pal Jeff tagged me and some people. Hope they all do it as well. I'm gonna personally add two futsal question in honor of this blog's dedication to the sport.

1 ) Are you allowed to have a bf/gf?
My parents won't stop me but I choose not to for now.

2 ) Describe urself in one word.

3 ) Who would you pick, someone who really loves you, or the one you love?
I pick someone I love who really loves me.

4) Have you ever loved someone BEFORE but never had the courage to tell him/her?
Erm..yea but I tell my best friends and they get the message around.

5 ) Does it feel good to love?
Yea other than the pain of rejection love feels good most of the time.

6 ) What's the best thing to do with the one you love?
Go travelling I guess....and spending time...precious time.

7) What will you say to someone who doesn't want to believe you??
why don't u believe me....huh huh huh?

8 ) Was ever a time that you tried to learn to love someone?
not really...unless I hated that someone.
9 ) What's your opinion about someone who's jealous?
A person is jealous because he admires you or wishes to be you.

.10 ) What would you say to playboys/playgirls?
eh come on lah ....stop it...make the world a better place.

[[ * PART 2 * ]]

1 ) Best place to cry?

2) Who do you love the most
God...family......friends some gone and some remain.
3 ) Tell us about ur dream last night?
blurry but lately I've been dreaming about freestyle soccer alot.

4) Ever hated someone so bad?
never....I can't make myself hate a person to a bad point.

5 )The biggest & most hurtful lie you heard?
when I was younger my parents told me that all McDonalds were closed but it was a lie!!! i hate people lying to little kids.

6)you went to the movies with?
my bro yesterday....watched Eagle Eye....

7)you hugged?
myself and sometimes my pillow.

8)you yelled at?
Objects that hurts me like the chair my foot hit just now....sakit!!
In the last week have you..

~Kissed someone?

~Danced crazy?

think of the last time u were angry, why were u angry?
yesterday....can't really remember..something to do with the day before..

If you could do anything OR wish anything, what would it be?
have a career in sports or music .....I Love Goalkeeping.

If you could have an all expense paid trip, where will you go?
I would go to places I been to when I was younger like Genting, Goh Tong Jaya,and parts of HK And Macau.

Would you or have you ever blackmailed someone?
yea ..one time but not really serious...kinda like play play..

Are you old fashioned?
Yea people reckon i'm an old soul...for my interest in oldies

What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not love them back?
To not love them back...

What thing would be the hardest thing for you to give up on?
Playing futsal and playing as a keeper

Greatest Goal.( for futsal players)
-My greatest goal is a slightly flying kick in the air after chesting a free kick crossed by my brother and then kicking it in while jumping it hit the middle top of the post and wen't in.

Greatest Goal Remembered-
Joshua's goal in which he kicks it in a very difficult position next to the goal post facing the corner.

7 Songs Playing in My Head Lately:
-Happy Together BY The Turtles
-In My Life-The Beatles
-To Be With You-Mr Big
-Grace Kelly-Mika
-Heaven is counting on you
-Have you ever seen the rain-Rod Stewart
-Mas Que Nada-Sergio Mendes

7 Words I Always Use:
Sure or not
Mas Que Nada
Joga Bonito
Wolah(somalian for hello)
Fidip (pass the ball in Somalian)

I tag...
Ju Ping

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Chinese New Year Blues...

Ahhh...Chinese New Year. If a stranger walks up to me and asks me to decided which festivities I like most CNY or Christmas or Valentines Day. I would choose CNY. The reason would be plain and simple. I love Christmas after all it is Jesus' birthday. Which makes it important but you know we only celebrate his birth once a year and not everyday as we should (its his birthday!). So I not satisfied with just one day of Christmas and Valentines Day I don't celebrate because ......well I simply can't.....I guess I too follow Weng Teik's opinion of POWER OF SINGLENESS. But Chinese New Year is simply different. I like the way we gather together for like around one week or two of festivities.

Great parts of CNY
-I like the snacks my mum makes for CNY. However because she was away in Australia for so long and when they came back they decided not to make it so I missed one year but it's the thought that they remember that counts I guess.
-I love the way my family switch on the air conditioner when all the relatives are around.
-We play card games and mahjong (I play too!) in the air conditioned room while eating snacks...
-Traditionally me,weng kit ,my bro and weng fei would gather and play playstation 2. For like three years in a row until recently since we all grown up.
-I love the dinners.
-Ang Pao's just two words Ang Pao....red packets!

In the past I remember my older relatives told me that they had the same amount of fun living in the 9 level building in KL though they couldn't afford the stuff we had now. When I was a kid I did not like CNY so much like now cause last time when your young all they make you do is sit with them in the house while they celebrated. When I was 5 to 8 I did not eat much so dinners didn't matter , no card games,PS2 hasn't been created and my ang pao money my parent's would keep. But as I got older me and my close relatives could really celebrate. We could play games, play fire crackers and keep the ang pao we collect by buying stuff we like!!!!! So i guess it's much more fun when your older.

Since I'm grown up I truly feel the importance. Sharing the moment with your family , having a nice dinner. Visiting places once a year. A part of my CNY life was going to Genting. Yes the place would be packed!! but we stay in the apartment in the near the peak of Genting. Same cool weather but less people. We go to the theme parks in the day and go back to the apartment(Gohtong Jaya) at night. There was once me,weng fei,my broand weng kit stayed in an apartment to ourselves on a seperate block from the elders. We had the greatest time ever. We played games and playstation till early morning. Then late in the morning we walked to the other block for breakfast. At night we had steamboat. I think it is the feeling of freedom which brought us joy. Nowadays as we celebrate us youngsters do our own stuff sometimes we hang out with elders and sometimes we do stuff that we choose to. Which was the beauty of it.

CNY Future.
Not really sure about this but I can make promises for everyone. One thing I can tell you is as long as God allows me to reach the future of CNY. I would ensure continuous joy to my family and friends in the future. I think I will follow my families tradition of going to Genting Highlands. But I would be different with actually staying in Genting Highlands at the peak. Maybe occasionally if it's really packed I would choose GohTong as well. I will surely rent the house my dad bought a few years ago (hope the Genting people didn't touch it ....i wish to see my old toys!!).Maybe celebrations in Melbourne by then would be much cooler than now.

So I guess CNY would forever be the same if we choose it to be. Here a song you should check out in my imeem music playlist over there > its by sam hui track 2 on my playlist.In English it's called congratulations ! congratulations!. It's really meaningful and it brings much joy to me because I always hear it in my aunts car in February this year.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

A Game In The League...

Haven't been blogging like I use to lately. Recently life has been rather topsy turvy for me. Not only did things went wrongly but my life seem to be pushing me a little too hard. I thought after coming to Australia all the challenges I wen't through was gone. Like the climax of a story book just went and happy endings come. But no I was enjoying it then BANG...all these challenges and troubles comes to me again. Thanks to some post by Jeffery on his blog that was so interesting I decided to post about the joys in life again :)))) So heres a post about a game of futsal here in Australia. My team and I played recently. It came be considered our best and worst game.
First GAME.

NSFY(my team) vs Kew Boys. Ivanhoe League
The game started well with us maintaining position. First off all in my team our players were Clifford-Striker,Tony-MidFielder/Defender, Macca-Defender, Eugene-Striker and me as goalie. We played excellently with Eugene scoring the first one hitting the keeper but went in and a second goal by my bro we played well with leading 4 goals. Then suddenly Kew Boys started playing harder shots came and I made one diving save and one save with my knee. They had a free kick and I saved it by hitting it away with my lap on the floor. But one of the players came and shot a quick one that hit the tip of my gloves and wen't in. A few minutes later a player had a near one on one with me and I slided it away cleanly without contact with the player. But referee said that was a foul many players disagreed. So it was a penalty. Roughly five steps away from the goal. 14 year old keeper (me) against Kew Boys best leg. Ref blows his whistle and I noticed that his direction is trying to attack my left. So I took a step front and leaned to my right. The ball hit both my feet and went off. Everyone was surprised. First time a penalty saved in the league!!!!!!! Match then progressed well but because of a slight defender mistake they got the ball and shot it in. But in the second half only one goal got in and we scored another three goals. With the last one being a corner in the last ten seconds scored by Tony. So we won 7-3

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Future for me and for you....

Hey guys lately I have been thinking and dreaming. What would life be like if me and the canaan guys who play futsal would get a chance to actually taste the feeling of playing in EPL or spanish league or do stuff those professional guys do. I mean isn't it funny why we stand in such a far chance of playing for those leagues. We all have got skill. Trust me for our age we're beyond the people in Australia's level. All of us. But still why. I once imagined if I were to get a chance to put on a MU keeper jersey. A yellow one like Van Der Sar. With number one and the word K.M Choo (Choo Kok Min) on it. Guys I really hope that one day at least one of us would have a success in football or soccer. At least one of us. I mean the reason I think we stand a chance because we play futsal. Yes futsal builds your skills like dribbling and passing as well as shooting. Many stars started with playing futsal like Ronaldinho, Cristiano and even Pele. So dont worry if u think your not in a soccer team yet or your getting too old. Soccer is about your skills and your passion for it. I mean we've got talents like Brandon who defends like John Terry and Ju Ping our very own Cristiano. Other players like Joel, Benjamin and even my bro should get a chance. But still try and imagine what would it be like playing street soccer with those big stars like Ronaldinho.........wow....that will be the day.....

Saturday, September 6, 2008

Songs In My Head.......

Songs has been influential towards me. Songs that remind me of friends, songs that seem to have a lot to do with me but at the same time doesn't involve me and most importantly songs that I sing for God. I guess everyone must have at least one or two songs that they never get tired of.

Some of these songs that I never get bored of are:
Yapun Wawa (Japanese Doll) by Sam Hui -This song was introduced by Daniel Mok during practice for VBS presentation. This song brings joy and yet sorrow for me. I remember practicing it in with at Ju Ping's house with Daniel,my bro,Ju Liang, Ju Ping and Weng Kit. We all practiced for the presentation. Like me kicking the ball in case I screw up in presentation day and also dancing around in circles with this song.

In the jungle by The Tokens- This song reminds me of my days with my aunt living in Sri Petaling while my parents were in Australia. It brings back memories of the six months.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai sung by Udit Narayan- This song is like a anthem for me and my friends. Daniel gave me this song one day after sunday school. It was melodic and tuneful. This song reminds me of church and my last few days in Malaysia.

VBS Songs-Ever since VBS 2007 ended I started missing the songs and until now I would close my eyes or turn the lights off and play this songs imagining I was there jamming with the guys to this songs at church. Indeed this songs are very meaningful for me and to many other people.

Happy Together by The Turtles-Somehow this song always makes me smile though it has nothing to do with me. But it brings me this loving feeling somehow.

Mei Lan Wo Ai Ni -No explanation needed ...you know.

Brimful of Asha-Loved this song since I was ten.

Big Yellow Taxi-Same for below.

Apologize-I don't like it but it leaves fond memories..

Tokyo Drift-Same for the song below.

Makes me Wonder-Personally I hate this song but for some reason it reminds me of the times I spent at my aunties house when my parents were away.

Cupids Choke hold-Same for the song above.

Kenangan Yang Terindah- Reminds me of going to school

Smack That-Reminds me of going to school in Victoria Institution...

You got a long way to go- Same for above.

You shook me all night long

This ain't a scene (Fall Out Boys)

Chinese Song translated called I don't know (Bu Zhi Tao) has a male and female singer.