Sunday, July 22, 2007

All Future Posting Will Be At

Yes, that's right, i will stop posting in this website and please go to for any latest information in electronics. See you there my friends!

Monday, July 16, 2007

It Was A Wonderful Trip

We stayed at Legend Water Chalet Port Dickson (PD) and it was a very nice trip. After checked in and had some rest we went to the nearby hotel (Glory beach hotel) to check out the beach condition. We saw kids riding on a horse. We decided to let out kids ride on the horse since my little girl hasn’t had this experience before. After that, we went straight to the beach to build sand castle. The kids really enjoying themselves playing sand and I joined them too.

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The room interior designed was superb and there was a built in see through glass where you could see the below area from your room. I brought along my fishing rod but there seems to be no fish around and only small crabs.

We didn’t go for swimming because my kids caught a cold just before we leave for PD. Dinner time came and I guessed I and my family were the first to be in the restaurant (because we didn’t go to swimming pool). It was a buffet dinner and we truly enjoyed the meals. The reason I went to PD was to celebrate my 10 years wedding anniversary. Time flies just like that and seeing my kids grow was the most beautiful experienced.

Above all, LOVE. Spend quality and quantity time with your children. Be generous with your praises and lots of hugs. Bring corrections and discipline to a child with love and consistency and one day your children and grandchildren ‘arise and call you blessed!’

Remember, the greatest gift that a father can give to his children is to love his wife!

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Friday, July 13, 2007

Short Holiday To Port Dickson

Tomorrow i and my family will be going to Port Dickson (PD)for a short holiday. The last time i went there was about 2 years ago. The place that i'm staying is located along the coastal stretch of PD in Negeri Sembilan on the west coast of Malaysia. The journey from my house to PD is about one and a half hour drive and the kids will surely love the place very much. When i come back, i will show some pictures to you.

Just completed the basic monitor course for 3 of the Malaysia Airport Technologies (MAT) staff. They came last year for basic electronic and next year will be in the advance monitor repair course. The participants told me that every year MAT sent their staff for training. The furthest place they sent was in Australia. Some had took the PLC programming, windows server and networking courses too. MAT is truly a blessing to their staff. Next week there will be another batch of three coming for the basic monitor course. Hope after the rest in PD, i again will give the best to all of them.

Today i received the latest nikkei magazine and the cover story was Blue violet lasers, next generation DVDs, medical health care drive wireless innovations and many more. If you haven't subscribe, you can subscribe now to get a free copy and they will send directly to your house address.

While on the way back home after sending my son for a night classes, my car met an accident. The driver from the other car hit the boot and the bumper was totally wrecked and we were shocked by the accident. Thank God that all of us inside the car (me, my wife and daughter) were safe. The driver kept saying sorry as he also worried about our condition. This is the first time that my car was knocked from behind with such a big impact. We could felt that the seat belt really at work otherwise we would hit the windscreen and cause injury to us. I saw his car in the front part was badly damaged too. We decided to carry on with the trip tomorrow and only next week i will send the car for repair.

As for the weekly electronic repair article, i will only send it next week. Take care my friends!

Saturday, July 07, 2007

Looking Forward To Teach More Repair Courses

I suppose to go on a short vacation today and plan to send the repair article on friday but out of sudden my son developed a high fever. I have to postpone the short trip to next week and will be sending the repair article in few more hours time. Yesterday i just completed the advanced monitor course for the young guy. He finished all the 3 major courses and starting from next week onward till end of the month he will be station in the technical department to start repair customer monitors. Although i shared to him all the repairing secrets, he still need to be expose to the actual faults in Monitor. Practical or hands on is still the best to learn electronic repair.

Next week a new batch of MAT staff will be attending the basic monitor repair. They had completed the basic electronic course last year. For your information, each of their staff are eligible to take up one of our course per year. That's mean, once i completed this basic monitor course for them, they will come next year to take the advance monitor course and another year for LCD monitor repair.

There are some good news too, in august and september there will be students attending the LCD monitor repair course. After setting up my new website and it seems that i got more enquiries about the courses. Since i want to expand my company especially in the repair courses, i had consulted a salesman about the advertising. I plan to advertise in this coming either august or september to let more people know about the courses. Hope after advertise more people will be taking up the repair courses from us.

After completion of the course one can always choose which field they want to be in. It is not necessary must be in the Monitor repair line. I'm just using Monitor as a guide to teach about electronic repair. You can choose to be a technician in monitor, tv, cctv, automobile, parking system, alarm system, audio, computer and many more in repair. You can also work in big firm too like matsushita, national, panasonic, samsung, LG, Epson and etc.
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