December 4, 2012

Connecting Dots Backwards

It's always been impressing to me how things evolved over the past four years. Back in school days i translated for them the news clippings and today am meeting in person the people I used to serve. Today came a HKEx lunch and an RBS interview. When the RBS head spoke, and treated me with the PR a coffee at Habitu, i felt amazed that it is exactly the bank i used to translate for, in 2008.

Didn't get back to office but went around in Central after the winter chat. Am figuring out how all these mean as the end times draw near.



November 29, 2012

As a Reporter

It is a career with many challenges and rewards. Journalists must:

        Have an interest in the world around them.
        Love language.
        Have an alert and ordered mind.
        Be able to approach and question people.
        Be polite but persistent.
        Be friendly and reliable.

You need to be able to get on well with all sorts of people. You cannot pick and choose who to interview in the same way as you choose who to have as a friend. You must be friendly to all, even those people you dislike. You can, of course, be friendly to someone without being their friend. If you are friendly to everyone, you will also be fair with everyone.

(Copying from an online article that interests me)

October 8, 2012

Life is a Beautiful Ride

Shichahai in Beijing, March 2012
This is really a lovely song.
God is good, as always.

Wind comes wind goes wherever it pleases who knows where it’d go?
Long Long the road we travel who knows what really will unfold?

Though I know not what lies ahead

one thing I am sure of -
Together we can overcome any stronghold

Come rain come shine whatever it takes we will stand side by side
Sunrise sunset for good or bad we can take it all in stride
Though I know at times our paths went round and round in circles
His lovingkindness would always be there to guide

As we have hope divine
And in one cord we bind
In His love we shall overcome any mighty mountains and hills
As we have love divine
And in one heart we strive
In His love under His wings we’ll hide

Wind comes wind goes wherever it pleases who knows where it’d go?
Long Long the road we travel who knows what really will unfold?

Though I know not what lies ahead
one thing I am sure of -
Together we can overcome any stronghold

He’ll be there to spread His wings to hide us both


August 17, 2012

West Coast at Stake

This is an excerpt of an article Sound the Alarm released by well-known Christian prophet Rick Joyner on the prophet-platform on Feb. 2 this year.

He prophesied about a catastrophic event at the US West Coast without specifying the time, yet pointed out that this thing, when unfolded, will be the “worst day” of his life.  (possibly meaning this will happen in his days)
Coincidentally, Edgar Cayce (1877-1945), the Sleeping Prophet, has suggested that much of the West Coast could possibly be flooded with the ocean's water. The region is actually a much discussed topic among 2012 watchers including Webbot.
Give it a read,
Rick’s full article here:
Rick Joyner: 
"I've had to prophesy many negative things over the last few years, and like it or not (and many don't), we have a track record of accuracy. Quite a few have listened, evaluated, believed, prepared, and have prospered. I know the prepared will prosper in all times, but I would rather not prosper because of catastrophe. Our first goal should be to warn so that the catastrophe does not have to happen. Everything will be settled and made right on the Judgment Day, which is what I've resolved to live for.
Our West Coast is about to be shaken like it has never been shaken before. I am encouraging everyone I know to pray for more time, but we don't have much time. Others also have been seeing similar things along the New Madrid fault line along the Mississippi River. Some have seen this linked with when the U.S. puts serious pressure on Israel to divide Jerusalem. There are amazing parallels between things we have done to Israel with natural disasters that have struck our country. These are not a coincidence.

...Some on the West Coast have started hearing for themselves, even some of the most vehement doubters, and for this I am very thankful.

Even so, the day this begins to unfold on our West Coast will be the worst day of my life. I learned a long time ago that you are unlikely to get credit for accurate prophecies until you're dead and no longer a threat. For this reason, I don't even consider being vindicated. I would much rather be wrong about this one, but I know I'm not. Since the Japan earthquake and tsunami, I have been feeling the grief more and more for our own countrymen that are on our West Coast."

Editor's note: Rick Joyner is the founder and executive director of MorningStar Ministries and Heritage International Ministries and is the Senior Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church. He is the author of more than forty books, including The Final Quest, A Prophetic History, and Church History.

August 16, 2012

Refuge at "Ghost Towns"

These days have seen talks on China's sharper-than-expected growth slowdown and recent data indeed looks a bit worrying.  But one could hardly forget the economy was just overheated two years ago.

Analysts argued that China made itself mired in an asset bubble then as it sought to polish its economic scorecard by building dozens of vacant cities, or the so-called "ghost towns", across the country. But perhaps that's just part of the story.

World governments are said to be preparing for 2012 calamities and perhaps the Chinese is no exception. The ghost towns, with reportedly 64 million empty homes, may offer a shelter to the homeless when coastal cities go under water, as what most 2012 observers have suggested.

The cities are well located in regions like Inner Mongolia and Zhengzhou. Here's a video introducing that and it contains some English video clips from 03:43.

Full videos:
1/ China's ghost cities

2/ Warnings over Chinese building boom

August 14, 2012

Shenzhou 12 on God's Land

Made a movie this March in China. It's called "Shenzhou 12." Shenzhou literally means God's land and it's how the Chinese call the piece of land they have inhabited for thousands of years.  Traveled to Chengdu, Xian and Beijing for Christian relics and it's fun. Big relation between Chinese rituals and those in Israel in the Old Testament. It's said the lost tribes of Israel found their way to China many many generations ago.

This is the trailer and the whole thing is due probably later this year.

Greetings. Am glad you stop by.

Let's have glorious faith and hope in Jesus during this very year of 2012 :)