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Friday, July 27, 2007
Phew~ Another week has passed n the precious weekend is here! I'm feeling the burn out from continuous work without much rest. Next week will be my final working week. Time to take a one week break, bid for my modules n get ready to fight a tough battle in school starting 13th August. I do fret going back to school, in fact, the sight of NUS makes me sick, much worse when my School of Computing is full of PRCs, Vietnamese n Indian Nationals. N to think that these people will be fighting with me for a rice bowl after graduation makes me even sicker. The only consolation I get is that their presentation skills is by no means better than a secondary school kid due to their inefficiency in the English language. The fight will continue in August n stop temporary on November. I have 6 more semesters to go.
Studies aside, sitting in the office for 8.5hrs a day makes me crave for some action after work. Yeah, action, but my body is already so tired that I juz wanna get home n sleep. Haha, so the only action i get is from the TV. There's a new HK movie due to be released next Thursday named "Flash Point", starring Donnie Yen & Louis Khoo. I'm a fan of Donnie ever since the early 90s when i was still a skinny little kid. I could still remember this fight scene in "Wong Fei Hong" he had with Jet Li. Jet was Master Wong, Donnie is a tyrant government official. Managed to get the videos on youtube.
In a more recent movie "Sha Po Lang", Donnie once again showed how good a fighter he is.
Donnie VS Wu Jing
Donnie VS Sammo Hung
This is his latest movie coming up next week.
Nobody does fight scenes like Donnie Yen. It's so real n full of power. I love it cos he's usually the good guy, but he fights like a bad guy. Some badness within goodness, marvellous combination... He's 40+ now, n he's a dying breed in the movie industry. With Jet Li retired from action movies n Jackie Chan getting old, Donnie is the last real kung fu actor around. Nicholas Tse? He's nowhere near. Now I'll savour on Donnie's movies till the day he gets too old to execute his trade mark 360 degree turning kick.