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My perception on power…

To me: 1: rank = power and 2: control access to power = power 1. Rank = Power The perception is based on the believe that people who has higher rank must have more knowledge. They must know more than me and for which I must respect them. I don’t remember how and when but […]

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earthquake

Taiwan, where I grew up,  is situated on the edges of the Eurasian and Philippine Sea plate hence I am no stranger to earthquake.  But the 5.8 earthquake this afternoon really surprised me…  Why?  Because the epicenter is in the state of Virginia (40 miles northwest of Richmond) which is almost at the center of the North American plate!   […]

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Leadership…

The One Web is an exciting and a transformational initiative launched on 4/11/2011.   With the full support from my boss, I’ve built a team with 41 members who specialize in each of the following areas: web marketing, online experience and Internet technology.  Together, we’ve successfully cultivate a .com like culture in the oldest utility […]

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$5.95 plus tax

The following store is based on an actual event… A very beautiful lady friend of mine from China use to hold a job at some grocery store and one day, a customer had an price inquiry about some product. She responded: it’s 5.95 plus SEX… then an awkward moment… when I heard that store, two […]

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$5.95 plus tax

The following store is based on an actual event… A very beautiful lady friend of mine from China use to hold a job at some grocery store and one day, a customer had an price inquiry about some product.  She responded: it’s 5.95 plus SEX… then an awkward moment… when I heard that store, two thoughts had immediately crossed my […]

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