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Welcome to my world featuring a variety of your interests . . . Whatever Interests You

With a lifetime of experiences to share with the world at large, I am electronically transferring all my thoughts & philosophy onto the blogosphere – to be accessed by one & all globally. Interestingly & provokingly, readers will have both the leisure & pleasure of savouring a wide range of subjects in:

  • love & romance

  • arts & science

  • facts & fiction

  • reminiscences & presence

  •   greed & creed

  • economics & politics

  • fantasy & reality

  • nature & venture

  • spiritual & secular

  • life & travel

  • poems

Remember to leave behind a line or two of your comments that I may know of your coming & going. It’s like signing my Guest Book which I would eternally treasure.

Having lived a greater part of my adult life in a pathetic country like Malaysia, and now living joyously in the “Lucky Country” of Australia, the concept of “All men are created equal” takes on a better perspective & understanding.

The Scale of Equilibrium in justice & fairness must prevail.

Corruption, cronyism & nepotism not to assail.

Please circulate & share my blogosphere with one & all.

. . . touching hearts & spreading smile

Paul Chong

A Chinese by Descent

An Australian by Consent

(Dedicated to God for Guidance, Power & Strength)

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16 thoughts on “About

  1. Paul Chong

    Sharing is caring. If you like what I’m sharing please tell others, if not, please tell me. Your comments & feedback will be most helpful.
    Thank you.

  2. ooleeoo

    Guide me how to send any information I wish to share with you such as videos or photos, nice pictures to your blog?

  3. Hi Paul

    Yes I have visited your website but don’t remember seeing “leave a comment” section.
    I have to lift my hat to you Paul, you seem to manage your blog very well. Unfortunately I have not read everything in there. It does have lots of information. It must take up quite a bit of your time.

    Talking of time, how long will it take us to complete the 9 or 18 holes?

    See you on Saturday God willing. Certainly hope that the weather is much better than today.

    God bless


  4. As a friend, it is pleasing to learn that you have the opportunity to find a niche in the “Blog World”; to quote “I HAVE A VISION WITH A MISSION TO FULFIL MY LIFE’S COMMISSION IN MAKING THIS EARTH A BETTER HABITATION!”

    But lest be disregarded, you can only be God’s little helper; for no worldly man can rid the world of evilness.

  5. Dave Hunt

    i’m an English teacher living in Kuala Lumpur, my aunt was also a Kirkby trained teacher, her name’s Sybil Jegathesan and she lives in Bangsar.

    i would like the opportunity to meet up with you if possible. Thank you.


  6. Tina

    Hi Paul, your blog was sent to me by a friend in Malaysia. I quite enjoy reading the articles you have on your site and wish you all the best in your mission. I have just migrated to Australia and I believe it’s a beautiful country and the most important thing is to be able to live in harmony for the love of God and not religious differences but there are fanatics who will do whatever it takes to get to Heaven as promised by their wrong teachings. God will never ask his followers to destroy his creation of mankind.

  7. Maria Teresa

    i was surfing the internet when I came upon the news about HK smog. Curiosity pushed me to click more about Hong Kong. I worked in HK for more than 5 years as a “kung yan” (Cantonese meaning Maid”). I am on my 3rd contract when my fiancee’s visa to the US was approved in July 2006. I only worked for one family and you are very correct about that I am one of those lucky ones when i came to HK in 2001. Although my work is so hectic, my employers are the best although they are Chinese, not to mentioned that boss’ old mother lives with us. You are very true about the Filipinos working in HK.

    Boy I just did wipe a tear when I saw the familiar places on the screen. I lived in Caine Road Central. To me its the liveliest and the happiest place in the world, and I do really miss Sundays, dimsum, the escalator, Wan Chai shopping, Bossini, Giordano, moon cakes, the lai chee and just the winter weather.

    Promise, I will always come back . . .

  8. Robert G. Longpré

    Beautiful intention. Thank you. I will return to China this autumn in time for the autumn festival. My blog site is also about making the world a better place, specifically by making myself a better person in some way.

  9. Linda Gandawinata

    Thanks for sharing your vision, beautiful things you have. It is a great blessings for us, We will share also to others. God bless you and your ministry

  10. I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  11. wocview

    Great to stumble upon your blog! Some of your articles have a very creative title (“who” or “Hu”). I and a few others are posting on Wocview.wordpress.com , which is a blog mainly about the Chinese diaspora. It’s not completely in line with your (wonderful) articles, but you might find them interesting as we post Malaysian/Chinese articles from time to time. Looking forward to your next post!

    Vincent of the Wocview team

  12. Excellent ideas throughout this post, personally I’m gonna have to bookmark this and come back to it. What would you suggest in regards to your post that you made a few days ago?

  13. David

    Paul –

    Thank you for your intention. Leaving the world a better place is a challenging job, but one we must also aspire too. Your photos of the Bund provided a meaningful perspective. I will be traveling to Shanghai for the first time week after next on business. Fascinated by the culture and the scale of monumental change.

    Suggestions for “must see” sights and must do experiences while in the city?

    Hope your days in Australia have been joyous and rewarding.



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