Thursday, May 31, 2007

The running elements - part 2

To run well and achieve your potential you need Speed, Strength and Stamina. Speed enables you to cross the finishing line at your targeted time. Strength enables you to have the power to run economically at your desired speed and Stamina enables you to hold your pace over the racing distance. (Want to know your running potential? Click HERE )

These can also be summarized into two systems:-
a)Cardio- vascular system
This deals with your stamina.
b)Muscular- skeletal system
This deals with your strength and speed.

Back in the 80's when I was a qualified aerobic instructor, I used to coin these as CM triple S or Come Malaysians Sub Sub Sui! But now I prefer to call them the running elements here for ease of runners to incorporate them into their training.

The running elements:-
1) Aerobic runs ( at conversational pace)
Distance running is 95% aerobic so these runs teach your body to utilize fats and carbohydrates for energy to the maximum advantage.
These runs will improve your stamina.
2) Threshold runs (at 15k to 21K race pace)
When you reach a certain speed your muscle will begin to produce large amount of lactic acid which will cause fatigue and you can’t help but to reduce speed. Therefore you would like to run your race at a speed just before this culprit acid begins to build up.
These runs will improve your ability to hold pace over the racing distance.
3) VO2 max runs ( speed intervals)
These runs teach your running muscles to pick up maximum amount of oxygenated blood to produce the needed energy.
These runs will improve your speed.
4) Strength work out ( weight training)
These work outs build up your muscle mass and density and thereby improve your strength and running economy.
5) Rest
6) Food & nutrition
7) Mental attitude

Voila, there you have the running elements in the simplest form.

Stay tuned for part three where you can see how I put these elements together into my training program for a 5k, 10k ,half marathon or full marathon. This is an art others would want you to pay for it but you get it all for free here. Just count me as your friend. Hehe…..

The running elements - part 1

When I started running in Sept 1996 I have not the slightest idea about how to run fast. I was massively overweight at 91kg (5ft8). It was more of how to survive a run, a slow jog really of only 800m just outside a long abandoned tin mine ( perhaps started by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy that has now become a 9 hole golf course). I was so envious of those runners coming out from their 5k expedition. It was not after 2 months of such slogging that I dared to venture into the sand that took some 40 minutes, a miraculous feat I thought then and still remember the extraordinary feeling till this very day.

I continued to run almost daily and the running folks just love me because I was fast becoming the official hare for these running hounds. I was allowed to start the run first and they only go-get-me after a good many minutes and were all laughing and chatting after the run reporting where and how each of them had tracked me down. It was so fun. I wanted to make it tougher for them to get each time so there went my private search for the secret of running fast. I asked around from many running guru so many questions about how to breathe, how to strike, what to wear, what to eat and drink etc. Cutting the long memorable story short I did run faster and faster and eventually the hunted became the hunter. And did I tell you that in less than 6 months I weighed 15kg less.

Soon the pattern was set; every training run was a race. We hardly ran any longer run except an occasional 12k to the Bidor waterfall. Soon we formed the running group Bidor kaki Runners and we began to make our presence in as many races we could find then in Malaysia in 1997 & 1998. Personally, I found it extremely hard to hold pace for the second half of a 10k race ( PB 42min) and of course I turned turtle in most of the half marathon always having to walk for the last 3k (PB1hr46). I did not join any races from 1999 to 2001 because of Sunday church services since I was the church pastor.

Came over to France in mid 2001 and started training in 2004 and joined some races when time allowed. Read many books and articles on running as recommended by an ardent runner, Dr Jamie pang and only then I discovered the running elements. I put them into training and ran 10k (43min); half marathon (1hr38) and full marathon (3hr48) in 2006 at the age of 50 all very close to my ultimate potential.

With these running elements in your training, you too can run to reach your potential!

Stay tuned for part 2…

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Connecting the dots 旧的新的连起来

(Saturday message shared on 19/5/2007)
The Bible is a very special book. It has two sections. The first is the Old Testament (39 books) taking history all the way back to its first creation. The second section is the New Testament (27 books) detailing the life and work of Jesus and His followers. In total more than 40 writers were involved, some wrote more than one book.

In the Old Testament one cannot help but see how God relates to people. He related to specific individuals like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses etc and related to nation through His chosen people the prophets. I would say that the relationship between God and man has always been active and lively.

The fascinating thing about the Old Testament is that it has mentioned more than 300 specific prophecies about the coming of the Messiah as spoken by the prophets. After the last prophet has written, there was a period of silence of some 483 years, long enough for most of the people to have given up on waiting and besides who would be able to qualify as the Messiah having to fulfill exactly so many prophecies?

I hope you catch my drift here God never intend this precious relationship to be turned into some kind of religion with rules and rituals, with powerful religious leaders acting like God. Sadly this was exactly what happened.

You can imagine what kind of religiosity the nation now followed by the time Jesus came on the stage 483 years later. There were hundreds of rules and rituals apart from that given by God – the 10 commandments.

Jesus stood in a meeting by quoting portion of the scripture from the book written by the prophet Isaiah and said something that shocked the whole community.
Luke 4
16 So He (Jesus) came to Nazareth, where He had been brought up. And as His custom was, He went into the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and stood up to read.
17 And He was handed the book of the prophet Isaiah. And when He had opened the book, He found the place where it was written:
18 “ The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me,because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted,To proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind,To set at liberty those who are oppressed;
19 To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD.”
20 Then He closed the book, and gave it back to the attendant and sat down. And the eyes of all who were in the synagogue were fixed on Him.
21 And He began to say to them, “Today this Scripture is fulfilled in your hearing.”
22 So all bore witness to Him, and marveled at the gracious words which proceeded out of His mouth...

From then on Jesus began to fulfill every thing that was said that the Messiah would do and would face. Jesus has connected the dots that were broken for 483 years. Unlike in time past that God only relate through the prophets, God came in the person of Jesus Christ, the Messiah and relates to each and everyone.

John 14
6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.

8 Philip said to Him, “Lord, show us the Father, and it is sufficient for us.” 9 Jesus said to him, “Have I been with you so long, and yet you have not known Me, Philip? He who has seen Me has seen the Father; so how can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?
10 Do you not believe that I am in the Father, and the Father in Me? The words that I speak to you I do not speak on My own authority; but the Father who dwells in Me does the works.
11 Believe Me that I am in the Father and the Father in Me, or else believe Me for the sake of the works themselves.

There you have it. The old and the new are once again connected according to God’s timing. All of us can now relate to God individually and intimately through the Messiah Jesus Christ. A lively relationship indeed and not any religious rituals and rules of what we can eat, what we can’t eat; what we can wear, what we can’t wear; what we can do, what we can’t do etc ….

I am so glad I have Jesus. Hallelujah! Amen!

Born with a silver spoon or.....

Breaking news:-
Malaysia's top secular court on Wednesday rejected a woman's appeal to be recognized as a Christian, in a landmark case that tested the limits of religious freedom in this moderate Islamic country....MORE

My personal conviction is you cannot really be born with a religion attached. Religions are supposed to be about a way of life one feels strongly would lead to living a happy life. And this needs to be taught and nurtured with love and care and not forced upon any individual.

I always feel that if say a Christian has chosen to be converted to Islam, he is free to do so and he is answerable to God and God Himself is fully capable of dealing with him, not any rules and laws as if God is so weak and needs to be protected! So, if I were the judge I would let her go her way and win her back with Islamic love and care later with lots of help from Allah! This I think will glorify Allah's name.

Well sadly this will no doubt goes down into history as one of the most disgusting rulings the whole world has ever witnessed and it is a crying shame that it has to come from my most beloved country. Do we really have a secular court? Are we really a moderate Islamic country? When will we all wake up and start caring and loving each other? God help us please!

What is your say?

ps/ I think we runners are doing pretty well in loving and caring for each other irrespective of race, color and religions! That shows we are very close to the Truth. Hehe..

Thursday, May 24, 2007

International Penang Bridge Marathon 2007

This write up is specially for my running friends who will be taking part in the International Penang Bridge Marathon on 24 June 2007.

Those of you taking part would have by now put in some eight weeks worth of training behind you and there are just 4 more weeks before race day ! If you do a long run this week end and that will leave you with a final long run on the 10th June and after that you will go into a 2 weeks period of Tapering before the race.

I just want to share a little with you as I know some of you will be in it for the first time and some of you are armed to your teeth to do a PR this time around and some are just waiting to see how you fly or fail before they take a plunge into the marathon pool.

This is what I prefer to term a month of high tension. Many actually will find it difficult to sleep now with a lot of anxiety in the head. But let me offer you some relieve here so at least you know you are making optimum use of the next most crucial 4 weeks.

1) The coming 2 weeks
Your have only 2 more long runs and the third one will be the MARATHON!
So, just go for one long run this week end and a final one on the 10th June. Don’t worry if you can’t do 2 if you are a first timer. One long run of above 3hr30 is good enough on my book.
Your other runs in the week should just be easy, recovery runs.

You cannot afford to skim on your carbo intake at this crucial stage. Don’t worry if you have actually put on weight a little. You need the carbo for these 2 weeks! In any case the increase may be due to addition of good quality running muscles from the weeks of training and you have got rid of lots of fats. Personally I prefer to take spaghetti and make pan cakes from whole wheat flour, sweet potato is a real treat. Cut all junk food though. Sorry I know you like the big Mac and KFC but NOT NOW!
And of course don’t forget those precious Vitamin & minerals & protein powder or what have you!
Oh did I mention to drink, drink and drink? Water of course!

Rest is by now the most important element, so make SURE SURE SURE you rest well!

2) The tapering 2 weeks
You are not quite there yet so don’t take your body for a honey moon at this stage. For first timers just continue your normal training like any other week but without the long run. Your longest run now should not exceed 1hr30.
If you are going for sub4, this is a good time to put in lots of marathon pace practice. Remember this – NEVER go out faster than your goal marathon pace. In fact for the first few km you may want to run a few seconds slower. But not too slow that you lose too much time.
Cut down a little on carbo until the final 3 days before the race.

3) Prepare a checklist of things to bring with you so that you are not caught panic stricken like you forget your shoes or your power gels etc.

Remember you just want to be there at the starting line feeling like you are the state of art piece of running machine, you look so mean ( well you have earned it and besides, kaya mesti ada!). The music ‘chariots of fire’ or ‘the eye of the tiger’ is ringing in your ears ( for me its ‘YOU did not wait for me’)You are simply the best the world has ever known.
Yes, it is YOU!
All the best to all of you!

Eat to prevent injury

All runners take note, this is a link that helps you to eat right to prevent injury.

Click HERE

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

On the subject of fruits

Wow!The Cherries in our back garden are almost ready. Hmm.... yum yum....
Cherries 2007
Cherries 2007

While we are still on the subject of fruits,lets hear from the maker of them all -

Matthew 7
15 Jesus said:“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.
16 You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles?
17 Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.
18 A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit.
19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.
20 Therefore by their fruits you will know them.

Matthew 22
35 Then one of them, a lawyer, asked Him a question, testing Him, and saying, 36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?”
37 Jesus said to him, “ ‘You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’
38 This is the first and great commandment.
39 And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’
40 On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”

And there you have it folks! Lets love God and proving that we do so by bearing the fruits of loving others, irrespective of race, color and religions!!!

But I hope you know who God is or else you will be short changed in life!!!

Monday, May 21, 2007

This week with Derek

What a way to begin the week with someone sharing his life testimony with us! And that someone is my precious teacher Derek Prince:-

Psalm 119:140
Your promises [O God] have been thoroughly tested, and your servant loves them.

What a beautiful truth, God's promises have been thoroughly tested. They are not just theories, they are not just abstract theology, they are something that stand the test of life and circumstances. I want to give my personal testimony in line with that.

For about forty years, I have lived by the promises of God. I have proved them in many different circumstances--in war, in famine, in sickness, in loneliness, in bereavement, in misunderstanding. There's a promise of God that meets each need that arises in our lives and those promises stand the test, they really work.

Probably at some time or another some human being made you a promise and didn't keep it, you felt let down, hurt, disappointed. But I want to assure you of one thing, that when God makes a promise, He keeps it. There are millions of people in the world today that can testify from personal experience that God keeps His word. His promises are reliable.

Don't be discouraged if people have let you down, don't become embittered or resentful, because that won't help you, but just turn your eyes to God. Focus on His faithfulness, concentrate on His promises and you'll find that thy have been tested and tried.

- Derek Prince

Well, I for one can testify how God is faithfully taking me through life for the last 18 years. I have found out that God's words work exactly! ( Read pages of my life catagory HERE)
All praise and glory be to God forever & ever. Amen!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Slow down, look around!

My "upper back or chest" was still a bit tight yesterday so I opted for a walk by taking the small circuit outside my house and clicking my camera along the way in hope of picking up some photography skill.

To my surprise at the 3km mark I noticed (not before!) tents were being put up close to the river bank.
The owners are no holiday makers but poor squatters from Romania. Now that the country is officially a member of EU, they have come into France in great numbers in search of better life. Just not too many years ago people all over the world were prepared to kill each other so certain that communism is the only and ultimate answer for a prosperous and peaceful world. How wrong?

My heart sank when I saw small children living rough and playing out there with so little. I saw them actually fighting over a small and dirty toy! I saw their mothers all with worry looks on their faces.

I felt better only after I got home and returned to them and gave them my kids' bicycles, clothing and some biscuits.

Yes folks, things are moving so fast these days we can so easily leave out the poor and the needy.
So,slow down and look around!

Friday, May 18, 2007

No gold falling from the sky!

I recently received interesting e mail that seems one step away to being quite RICH.But the sender did not know I worked in a financial institution for years and I already have a SUPER RICH Father in heaven!

So, folks,if you happen also to receive this 'goodnews', just remember, there is no gold falling from the sky!


Ruralcajabank E.S.Madrid

Attn: Yap Choon Ping.
The Bank have confirmed and approved the above winning valid for payment following the result of our verification exercise from Microsoft Outlook Internet Lotteries, to compensate their web site users.

Be informed that you are responsible to pay the cost of your Account Activation Fee: 750.22(Seven Hundred and Fifty Euros Twenty-Two Cent) as non-Resident of Spain to enable our Bank Activate your Funds to a Regular Account, before our Transfer Department can Transfer the Funds to your Nominated Bank Account in your Country of Resident.

When this Account Activation Form and the receipt of Payment is completed and returned we shall start processing your Transfer within the next two working days and send you the entire Document you needed to receive your Funds in your Country Croatia.

Thereafter, the bank will contact you to transfer the 1, 000,000.00 (One Million Euros) into your designated Bank account which you we stated on the Account Activation Form.

You are to pay your Account Activation Fee to the Lottery Coordinator Affilated Bank brokers in Lacaixa Bank Madrid Spain with there Account information below which is bank to bank money transfer and send us the receipt of payment as soon as possible via Fax or Email Attachment.

As soon as we received the receipt of payment and the Account Activation Form, your Funds will be Activated to a Regular Account before our Transfer Department can transfer your Fund out of Spain to your Nominated Bank account in your Country.


Bank Name: BANCAJA
Beneficiary name: TRACY ANDREW
Account Number: 2 0 7 7 0 1 0 5 4 6 1 6 0 1 7 6 4 3 0 5
Swift Number: CVALESV VXXX

AMOUNT: 750.22 Euros.

Bank Address: Calle Pasco Alberto 88
Post code: 33202 Gijon
Country: Spain.

And also inform this office immediately you make the Payment to the Account information above and send us the receipt of Payment on time.

We are waiting your immediate response for further details with the modalities to transfer your winning prize.

Congratulation once again.
Our customer service Guarantee you.
Ruralcajabank E.S.Madrid
Mrs. Paola Antonio.
Tel: +34 652-497-370
Fax: +34 658-068-516

Now anyone knows how to inform the relevent authority to deal with these people?

Wednesday, May 16, 2007

My 8km running route

With modern technological help today we can even trace our running route and find out the exact distance. Incredible!
Click HERE
If you select satellite mode and zoom in , you can even see the blue running line starts from the front of my house!
Well turns out to be only about 7.5km!
Praise God anyway.Amen!

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Your credit cards

Be extremely careful the next time you use that piece of plastic!

See, its not as safe as you might have thought!

Monday, May 14, 2007

Running free from injury!

Attention all runners!

Below are 21 injury prevention tips to help you prevent injury:-

1 Avoid training when you are tired.
2 Increase your consumption of carbohydrate during periods of heavy training.
3 Increase in training should be matched with increases in resting.
4 Any increase in training load should be preceded by an increase in strengthening.
5 Treat even seemingly minor injuries very carefully to prevent them becoming a big problem.
6 If you experience pain when training stop your training session immediately.
7 Never train hard if you are stiff from the previous effort.
8 Pay attention to hydration and nutrition.
9 Use appropriate training surfaces.
10 Check training and competition areas are clear of hazards.
11 Check equipment is appropriate and safe to use.
12 Introduce new activities very gradually.
13 Allow lots of time for warming up and cooling off .
14 Check over training and competition courses beforehand.
15 Train on different surfaces, using the right footwear.
16 Shower and change immediately after the cool down.
17 Aim for maximum comfort when travelling.
18 Stay away from infectious areas when training or competing very hard.
19 Be extremely fussy about hygiene in hot weather.
20 Monitor daily for signs of fatigue, if in doubt ease off.
21 Have regular sports massage.

Find your look alike

I have just checked this out :-

Its amazing how I am linked with not one but TWO presidents!Hmm................ may be I should go get some bodyguards...

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Mother's day 13/5/2007

Today is Mother's day! A friend has just sent me a few lines on the subject of mother. I don't know about you but they are touchingly true about my own mother.I want to share them with all of you:

Nothing compares to a mother's love.
She looks with her heart and feels with her eyes.
A mother is the bank where her children deposit all their worries and hurt.
A mother is the cement that keeps her family together and her love lasts a lifetime.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Does France know the full implications of what it has voted for?

You can read a special report HERE

The making of a champion

Starts in the alley:-
Alley badminton
Alley badminton
Alley badminton
The weather is warm and plenty of day light.The sun only goes down after 9pm now.
Thank God for a good game of badminton by the side of our house!
Yes we go to God and praise Him both in bad times and in good times.Amen!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Foire de Paris ( Paris Trade Expo) 2007

The family went to the Paris trade Expo on Tuesday,a public holiday to remember the second world war. It was a long and tiring expedition going through 8 gigantic halls filled with the latest items imaginable. It was more like doing an ultra marathon that has lasted more than 8 hours of frantic walking and searching.
Foire de Paris 2007
The crowd is unbelievably huge!
Foire de Paris 2007
This is the thing you want when you can't find a hotel room in town, just sleep on top of your car.To actually get to your bed is another story!
Foire de Paris 2007
Electric car greens the way, yeah!
Foire de Paris 2007
I like this 7 seaters, can sleep 2 persons on top and a few inside the car and comes with kitchen and GPS guiding system!
Foire de Paris 2007
Say CHEE...SE!
Foire de Paris 2007
Familiar looking things!
Foire de Paris 2007
Watch how people eat. But no curry noodles here!
Foire de Paris 2007
Hmm....... yum yum
Foire de Paris 2007
People are just taking out their cash to buy buy & buy!
Foire de Paris 2007
Now that your money is in my wallet, thank you!
Foire de Paris 2007
We all had a jolly good time.No finisher medal though, but you can have some ice scream at 4Euro50 a piece!
Praise God for a good time out!

Monday, May 07, 2007

Farewell brother Jae Woo!

Just received news that brother Jae Woo has left us to be with the LORD on 3rd May 2007. As we bid him farewell, please continue to uphold his family in prayer!

You can read his blog HERE

God's word

Another great teaching from Derek Prince:

Psalm 119:92
If your law had not been my delight, I would have perished in my affliction. I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have renewed my life.

One thing is certain in this world, we're not going to escape affliction forever. At some time or other, each of us is going to know the meaning of that word affliction. In the New Testament the apostles told the new Christian congregation that we must, through much tribulation or affliction enter into the Kingdom of God.So don't try to find a way through life that by passes affliction, because if you do find it, it won't take you to heaven.

But in your affliction, you need an anchor. And that's what the psalmist says in those words that I read: If God's law had not been his delight he would have perished in his affliction. When the pressures, the waves and the billows swept over him, when it seemed that his tiny little vessel was going to be carried away on those monstrous billows, he had an anchor. It was God's law and that kept him.And so he says, with gratitude, looking back on that experience,"I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have renewed my life." As we turn to God's law in the midst of our affliction we receive from it life, new life, life that wells up inspite of all the opposition and the pressures against us. Out of God's law and God's Word there comes a life that is stronger and more powerful than all the forces that oppose us.

- DerekPrince (click for more resource)

Saturday, May 05, 2007

The shortest verse in the Bible(1)

Do you know the shortest verse in the Bible?
Well it is recorded in the Gospel of John, Chapter 11:35
35 Jesus wept.
So short, only 2 words!
But why did Jesus weep?
Some " fast bucks making authors" wrote that was because of His "special relationship" with the 2 sisters - Mary and Martha that their brother Lazarus has already died of illness and Jesus could not get there in time to heal him.So Jesus was mourning over the death of Lazarus.
I was asked that question 3 weeks ago and I was caught unprepared for such a short verse! But some how an answer just came to mind as if someone has just made a fast food delivery at your doorstep. Glory be to God! I will share with you the reason next.....
Meanwhile, what do you think why Jesus wept?

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Blessings to YOU

A friend sent me this and I think I should share with you.
Please read this beautiful message and don't forget to turn on your speaker HERE !

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Please help the children in South Africa and QUICK!

I have just received this very disturbing news how barbaric people can become:-

This is an awful story, but we all need to try to do something if we can. Please Read This...

Last week a 3 year old girl (in South Africa) was beaten and raped.She is still alive. The man responsible was released on bail yesterday. He is walking the streets. If you are too busy to read this then just sign your name and forward this on.
The Government is planning to close the child protection unit and this is a petition against it. This is a very important petition. It is an essential part of the justice system for children.You may have already heard that there's a myth in South Africa that having sex with a virgin will cure AIDS. The younger the virgin, the more potent the cure. This has led to an epidemic of rapes by infected males,with the correspondent infection of innocent kids.Many have died in these cruel rapes. Recently in Cape Town, a 9-month-old baby was raped by 6 men Please think about that for a moment. The child abuse situation is now reaching catastrophic proportions and if we don't do something, then who will?
Kindly add your name to the bottom of the list and please pass this on to as many people as you know. If you are signature no.: 120 - please forward the mail-list to Please don't be complacent, do something about the kids of South Africa. You can make a difference.That child is fighting for life. This is just one of the million cases of child abuse, so please pledge your support and help keep CPU (CHILD PROTECTION UNIT) open. Please give your support to the petition and ensure that it goes to as many people as possible. Please don't just leave it, make a difference.

In order to write your name copy this message and paste it in a new mail (compose). Add your name to the list and send it on to others. Again, if you are number 120 please send this to

1. Sharney Edwards (Queensland, Australia)
2. sara murphy (qld, australia)
3. Skye Butler(NSW,Australia)
4. Jodi Gardner (Sydney,Australia)
5. Jeva Centeno (Sydney, Australia)
6. Emma Yates ( Sydney, Australia)
7.Kate Pearce ( Sydney, Australia)
8. Bianca Falloon (Sydney, Australia)
9. Sasha Falloon (Sydney, Australia)
10.Lisa Hamrsworth (Sydney, Australia)
11 Melissa Hughes ( Sydney, Australia)
12. Lauren Harkin (Sydney , Australia)
13. [Jolie Huynh] (SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA)
14. Lisa Pham (Sydney, Australia)
15. Liem Nguyen (Sydney, Australia)
16. Fay Cuschieri (SydneyAustralia)
17. Mirian Camacho Sydney Australia
18. George Camacho Sydney Australia
19. Sandra Camcho sydney Australia
20. David Camacho Sydney Australia
21. Carmen Cuschieri Sydney Australia
22. Mary Harris (Sydney Australia)
23. Tracey West (Sydney Australia)
24. Kay Liu (New York)
25. Carbo Bunnag (Thailand)
26. Ivy Schlageter (Thailand)
27. Sandy Boo (Switzerland)
28. Ruth von Siebenthal Hung (Switzerland)
29. Yonanda Doornmalen (Hong Kong)
30. Kathryn Ma (Hong Kong)
31.Cindy Cox(Vic,Australia)
32. Michael Cleland (Vic, Australia)
33. Jane Cleland ( Vic, Australia)
34. Anne Burke (Vic. Australia)
35. Mimma Luppino (Vic. Australia)
36. Ruth Sands (London)
37. Mary Fraser (Perth)
38. Sharon Reid (Perth)
39. Carole Lambert (Perth Australia)
40. Madaleine Gerhardt (Adelaide Australia)
41. Danni Lum (Adelaide Australia)
42. Amanda Szabo (Victoria Australia)
43. Loren Corkin (Adelaide Australia)
44. Tyron Looker (Adelaide, Australia)
45. Nadia D��Aloisio (Adelaide, Australia)
46. Annmarie Barbone (Victoria, Australia)
47. Joanne Macheda (Adelaide Australia)
48. Joanne Baldino (Adelaide, Australia)
49. Catriona Hadden (Adelaide)
50. Vic Porrovecchio (Gawler, Adel)
51. Glenda Scira ( Adelaide, Australia)
52 Sharon Anderson (Adelaide, Australia)
53 Donna Pickett (Perth)

56.Cindy Solonec (Perth WA)
57. Hanna Quaife (Perth, WA)
58. Vida Carlino (Perth WA)
59. Steven Browne (Perth, WA)
60. CheriStevens (Perth WA)
61. Li-Anne Yellachich (Perth, WA)
62 Geraldine Lee (Singapore)
63 Farid Hamid (Singapore)
64 Alicia Wong (Singapore)
65 Pat M Wong
66 Lee Sze Seau (Malaysia)
67 Yong Sze Leng (M'sia)
68. Betty Voon Suet Yen (Malaysia)
69 Chen FW (Malaysia)
70 Susan siew (Malaysia)
71 mariam lim (malaysia)
72 lim kah cheng(malaysia)
73 Chia Yong Tai (Malaysia)
74 Aaron Lim (Malaysia)
75 Chen Mun Peng(Malaysia)
76 Joanne Ho (Malaysia)
77 Mark Kok Chai (Malaysia)
78 Joey Ho (Malaysia)
79 Louise Cheong (Malaysia)
80 Hamimah (Malaysia)
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