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Curve overtaking under the new normal

By Zheng Bing Ji & Shao Shu Ping

The book was named “Curving Overtaking under the New Normal”, mainly to reflect the spirit of self-breakthrough of practitioners. Surpassing competitors in the epidemic is not our main goal, but to exceed our own past achievements. It is difficult to accelerate driving in a curve, and if you lack a little adventurous spirit and skilled technique, you can only stand still.

In addition to the highlights of the 6 live webcasts watched by more than 100,000 people, it also gathers wonderful actual combat stories from interviews with KHIND and 8 Vista students, and also contains a number of column articles about the epidemic storm and the new normal. These sharing contents have both theoretical basis and practical experience. We hope that our “anti-epidemic” experience will be of reference value for everyone. We have done it, and I believe everyone can survive the storm.

If We Have Never Met

By Tony Lim

This book is the collection of pictures and articles about Tony Lim’s life journey. Each meaningful story inside this book will be inspired to readers. After his retirement, he wrote three memoirs, yet this book is full of his life experiences and insights.

His intention is to let future generation to understand how he overcome tough time and success in his life.

He also expressed his deepest and endless love to his beloved wife like the wording on the book cover “I will use the best way to take care of her, just like the pledge to each other when we married.”
The author invited a number of people to write a preface to this anthology, beside of Malaysian Chinese writer Ai Wei, co-founder of HELP University, Datuk Dr. Paul Chan and his friends. Ms. Ai Wei in the preface mentioned that “Life is short, too short to embrace the early morning, has been holding the dusk”. However, Datuk Dr. Paul Chan pointed out that this book is about a woman inspires a man and make sacrifices for her children while experiencing the hardships of life.

Oedipus smile

By Wang Yi Wa

Fifteen years ago, I saw Yan Yongqi on the popular variety show on CCTV. I never thought I would know this man in the future; 3 years ago, as a junior, I participated in the first summer internship in my life and went to the crew of <I am Yu Huan Shui> I made a record and met Yan Yongqi. I never imagined that I would be “abducted” into the drama. However, the appearance of Yan Yongqi completely changed my life.

Director Yongqi became my theater instructor. Under his guidance, I gradually learned about the beautiful theater art and became a director majoring in student.

For me, the best drama class is always director Yong Qi’s rehearsal hall and theater. Working with the director will increase my understanding of performing arts every day. One day, the director suddenly said that he would give me a chance to write down what I have learned and felt in the past two years-so I have this book. . .

Cairo Conference and China

By Liang Jing Chun

Although the Cairo Conference can be regarded as a symbol of the strong diplomatic relations between the United States and China at that time, it seems difficult to see the back of the international community if the diplomatic relations are only reviewed.

Let’s ask now, why did the Cairo Conference be held in 1943? After the convening, why would I be allowed to take back the rights and interests that I lost after the Qing Jiawu period? Generally speaking, the category refers to the depression of our warfare in deep space in the United States at that time, so this moving condition is specially mentioned for encouragement.

His tactics were similar to those of Britain and France who feared the peace between Russia and Germany during the First World War, and Xian Xu Emperor [obtained Turkey’s strait access rights after the war].
Although this view is not ridiculous, if you follow this strong path and explore, there is still a piece of history that can be reviewed.

After this manuscript has been printed, there are supplementary comments, which are specially added here for the sake of the whole book.

160 restaurants that Chua Lam often goes

By Chua Lam

A book reviewing Hong Kong restaurants, there are so many restaurants in Hong Kong, there are more than a hundred good ones? The author thinks the best, but the reader may not agree with it.

Eating — is very subjective.

I don’t like the dishes made with abalone, fin, belly and ginseng, so I don’t eat it often. I always say that the more precious the ingredients, the fewer opportunities for practice. Only the most ordinary chickens, cows, and pigs can produce the ever-changing cooking skills. What I admire is these most common, yet most delicious dishes. Even in remote restaurants, I will look for them, record the information in this book, and share with you.

It is a blessing to be able to try various dishes. What I enjoy is this kind of inferior blessing.

How to Stop Worrying & Start Living

By Dale Carnegie

The founder of Chinese Dale Carnegie Training Institutions, Mr. Hei You Long, mentioned in the preface that this book can help readers reduce anxiety and tension, deal with stress with positive way to solve problems.

He also mentioned that this book, like one of the Dale Carnegie’s self-help book 《Communication and Interpersonal Relations》, also is Carnegie’s most valuable work; “people have learned how to eliminate debilitating fear and worry from their lives and to embrace a worry-free future.” as highlighted in one of the online book shop.
By reading this book, readers are able to learn many specific ways to relieve stress and anxiety because Carnegie had a set of practical equations which he has verified with people from different industry, it was not only feasible but also useful for life.

In Wikipedia, the description of this book is to lead the reader to a more enjoyable and fulfilling life, Carnegie tries to address the everyday nuances of living, in order to get the reader to focus on the more important aspects of life.