Think and Grow Rich

Originally, I was going to write a post on, “Why I hate the Education System”. But I’ll save that for next week since the book “Think And Grow Rich” is freshly on my mind.

I’ve heard great things about the book, so I figured, why not read the book? After all, you can never be too inspired, right? ūüėČ

Anyhow, in my opinion, the book is powerful BUT some of the chapters seemed a bit repetitive and/or unnecessary.¬†I definitely didn’t read every word, but there are some very meaningful/deep points that intrigued me. I would like to share them with you:

1. “A quitter never wins – and a winner never quits.”¬†

This is so simple and obvious. However, I find it so inspiring. If you want to succeed in anything, you have to keep going even when things are tough. If you quit, then you automatically lose.

This reminds me of a time when someone told me, “I never listen to quitters.”

Many times, quitters will tell you that you cannot do things because they themselves couldn’t do it. Has a winner ever told you to quit?¬†

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Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 30.

To my dear readers,

Translating takes SO LONG. I am always at the fence of quitting. Haha. But although I always complain, you know I’m still going to do it. I can’t leave you guys hanging. ūüėõ ¬†(I know, I’m so nice lol)

It is so much work. But when I finish a chapter, I do feel a slight sense of accomplishment. I hope you guys enjoy reading this. Also, today, surprisingly, I received over 3000 views in ONE DAY and I didn’t post up anything (yet)!?! That’s amazing! (but still broke because only two people has donated to me since my translation journey).

Anyhow, this is my promoted post: Questionnaire for Yourself

And this is the chapter in Chinese

P.S. Help this poor translator out yo! ūüėČ

Chapter 30     Ridiculous turn of event

“Hummpt! All these years, we have never truly fought a proper match. Come! You think I’m afraid of you?!” Tian Yu Zi provoked as he pointed obnoxiously at Wu Ya Zi; he wouldn’t shut up.

The audience did not expect this scene to take place. Originally, they came to watch the competition. Now, they were just dumbstruck by what had happened. They didn’t know what was going on.

However, Tian Yu Zi and Wu Ya Zi’s fight disagreement was definitely ruining their reputations. As Wu Dang’s elders, they were supposed to behave in a certain manner (respectable and serious). Yet, their current behaviour was unacceptable.

However, their actions were giving the audience a new and fresh feeling.

Tian Yu Zi and Wu Ya Zi were already on the stage; the fury had been ignited.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 30.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 29.

To my dear readers,

This chapter took me three separate days to finish because I haven’t been feeling well. The weather in Toronto has been awful and it’s making me very weak. Anyhow, I hope you like it. It always sounds awkward to me, but hopefully it isn’t too bad. Please donate if you appreciate and want to support me.

This is my promoted post: 10 Facts About Me

This is the chapter in Chinese (Remember, I didn’t translate word for word. Some phrases are impossible. And I skipped a few lines if it’s just a repeat of what the author had mentioned many times before)

Chapter 29     A sudden event

Xuan Luo looked up onto the stage as well. He had fought with Tang Chen once before, so he was aware of Tang Chen’s potential; aside from having some flaws in his steps, everything else was fine.

“Haha. You didn’t participate last time, eh?!” Zhan Feng Hua seemed to recognized Tang Chen. (I thought he participated in every competition before Xuan Luo came…the author needs to make up his mind. -_-)

Currently, Tang Chen was twenty five years of age. Even Zhang Ri was twenty four. This meant that Tang Chen had been with Wu Dang for a very long time. Most of the disciples entered a Clan at the age of seven or eight; some even at five or six. Each Clan was located at a different area. People’s choices may differ as well. However, Wu Dang was the most popular because it was closest to Du Cheng.

Other Clans were located in faraway provinces. It could take months to arrive at a Clan (which would require a lot of money). Hence, the reality was that only those who came from affluent families may choose the Clan of their choice. Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 29.”

Why you should start an Online Business

Online business

Disclaimer: I am not writing this to promote any companies whatsoever. I am sharing some wisdom with you! Please take the time to read and digest what I have to say.

First of all, you might wonder, “Why should I start an online business? It’s so unrealistic and too much work. I am realistic and I have a real job. How likely am I going to survive off an online business?”

I’m not telling you to quit your job! Hear me out:

1. You should strive for multiple sources of income. This is a given. Why would you want to rely solely on your job? Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

There are no guarantees you can make money from an online business. But stop thinking of reasons why it can fail rather than the possibilities you could have if you do succeed!

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Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 28.

To my dear readers,

I have been slacking. Honestly, I always¬†give myself an imaginary deadline (every 3 days or so), or else I will never translate. It is so much work. *sigh* Sometimes, I randomly go onto wuxiaworld to read other translators’ translations and they are so good. Those translators are hardcore. It may seem like it’s easy to translate, but it takes a lot of skills and brain power.

Anyhow, this chapter wasn’t too hard but it was really confusing to read in Chinese. I had to modify some stuff again. I think the author had typos, so I¬†had to change some wordings or it wouldn’t make sense.

This is the chapter in Chinese

And this is my promoted post:¬†Born to Win¬† Please read. ‚̧

Chapter 28     Zhan Feng Hua

“Wu Di shi di actually lost. Wow, I guess Zi Yang Palace has more potential than I thought!” A man looked at Xuan Yuan Duan Ai with admiration.

That man was Zhan Feng Hua. He was one of the top disciples from Chun Yang Palace. He practiced Wu Dang’s second best nei gong xin fa, liang yi gong.

Wu Dang had a total of three sets of nei gong xin fa. The most basic one was hu xin gong, then liang yi gong came in second, and lastly, the best was chun yang wu ji gong. Those who practiced the chun yang wu ji gong would directly become Zhang Men’s disciples. Those under Zhang Men were all well known figures. An example would be Zhang Ri; he definitely represented as one of Zhang Men’s greatest disciples.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 28.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 27.

To my dear readers,

This chapter took SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LONG. It was SOOOOOOO¬†HARD. I had to adjust a lot of stuff but it’s still really good. I hope you really like it. Please donate to support me if you can. This chapter took 5 hours of my life.¬†I put a lot of effort into making it as smooth as possible for all of you to read.

This is the Chapter in Chinese

This is my promoted post: A society with messed up values

Chapter 27     Single Elimination Open Tournament: Round One

“Old man…” Xuan Luo quietly murmured. Seeing Tian Yu Zi act like this, Xuan Luo felt an emotion he could not explain. Perhaps it was because they had spent two years day and night; his attachment towards Tian Yu Zi had deepen. Aside from Guan Shan Jue, Tian Yu Zi was the other person in his heart.

“You little monkey! If you don’t kick their ass, I’m not going to be done with you! I’m going to die from anger!” Originally, Xuan Luo wanted to comfort Tian Yu Zi; but his words shocked him. He was lying down and he still got shot? (He wasn’t actually shot. He just meant Tian Yu Zi was angry at him even though he didn’t do anything) What the heck.

It wasn’t surprising that Tian Yu Zi was so angry. He was fed up with Chun Yang Palace’s bullying.

“Forget it. Let’s go. This time, no matter what, we have to get Zi Yang Palace’s face back!” (The concept of face mainly has to do with pride). Xuan Yuan Duan Ai consoled on the side.

“Yes!” Xuan Luo and Tang Chen both agreed. Regardless, they must win back their face!

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 27.”

Speed Dating

speed dating.gif

This is actually my 100th post and my 2nd anniversary blogging on WordPress. Since my friends on facebook love relationship posts so much, I thought I’d share my experience at speed dating.

In December, I went speed dating with a friend of mine. I had never done anything like this before, so I had no expectations. In fact, I wasn’t even planning to look for someone. Anyhow, allow me to explain to you how it works.

The website is called . First, you select your preference. Then, you select where you live near to (you will see what I mean if you go on the site). Then, you will be able to look for an event that matches the age preference that you want and register.

Our venue was at a lounge. When we arrived, we were assigned a number. Women were given an even number, while men were given an odd number.

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Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 26.

To my dear readers,

This chapter was very awkward to translate towards the end. You will see what I mean. It sounds really strange because no one would talk like that in English. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy.

By the way, I was actually recruited to translate for a team last month. I told him I needed some time to think about it, and I am supposed to give my response soon. Honestly, I don’t know. I feel like it’s a good opportunity because I would be able to work with other people and perhaps meet other translators as well. But at the same time, the thought of translating daily is horrifying because of how difficult it is. I only do two per week and I go partially nuts. Obviously, I want to get paid for my time.But I have already figured that’s probably not going to happen unless my¬†readers are all addicted. *sigh*. And even so, who wants to pay when you can get it for free? lol I would never pay to watch dramas online.

I am still thinking. I want to finish this first though.

Anyhow, this is the chapter in Chinese

And this is my promoted post: Taking responsibility

Chapter 26     To provoke

Today, the atmosphere in Zi Yang Palace was different from the usual. Everyone’s attention was centralized on Tian Yu Zi.

“Xuan Yuan Duan Ai, Xuan Luo, and Tang Chen will be representing us for the competition.” said Tian Yu Zi sternly as he stood in the centre of the main hall.

The disciples honestly didn’t have much confidence in regards to the competition. Of course, that didn’t include Xuan Luo and them. Xuan Luo believed he was prepared for the competition.

“Old man. Why are you talking so much rubbish? You’re making this too serious!” Xuan Luo pouted. He said it bluntly despite the occasion.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 26.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 25.

To my dear readers,

This chapter was so long and it took me forever. I wish they would just talk. Haha. Dialogue is so much easier. If it sounds a bit awkward, I’m sorry.

I know I only translate two chapters a week, but you’d be surprise how difficult it is for me to continue. I want to quit everyday. HAHA. I would read the chapter in Chinese and think, “Omg. Too hard. Screw this.” And go do something else. LOL

Anyway, hope you appreciate and donate if you want to make me happier. ‚̧

Here is my promoted post: Ask yourself (this is an old post but the content/material is pretty good)

This is the chapter in Chinese

Chapter 25     Comparing skills

Seeing Tang Chen about to strike, Xuan Luo couldn’t help but feel slightly anxious. He could tell, based on Tang Chen’s fists that he was either at ‘success’ or close to it; just like himself.

Tang Chen’s quan fa was not like his Tai Chi fist. The yin and yang of the Tai Chi fist made it seem like it had no strength, but really, it borrows other people’s strengths. Whereas, Tang Chen’s fists had an immediate threat and power to it. Xuan Luo was extremely startled.

Subconsciously, Xuan Luo’s heart sighed. If Zi Yang Palace had someone like Tang Chen, how did they¬†end up like this?

But now was not the time to think. Tang Chen’s fierce attack was going to touch him at any second.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 25.”

The Virtual World

virtual world

Today’s blog post is inspired by the book, “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline.

My friend Dan lent me this book, and to my surprise, I actually loved it! Normally, I would never read something like this because:

  1. I don’t really like science fiction.
  2. I don’t game at all. I¬†have no knowledge whatsoever, and never had the desire to learn.

But despite this, the book was very well written. I’m not going to tell you what it’s about (Read it for yourself if you want to find out), but something from the book triggered me to write this post.

I want to talk about the virtual world.

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