If you have previously suffered a heart attack, I strongly urge you to consider learning chi based exercises such as qi gong, tai chi and wai tan kung. Through consistent practice, it will help clear blockages and would help prevent another recurrence or other complications. You may be surprised that after a while, you may [...]
Back to Wai Tan Kung page For those seniors who are facing severe pain and are told that the condition cannot be cured or reversed, I have an inspiring true story to share with you. I have the good fortune to interview a senior by the name of Mr Lam. He is 82 years old this [...]
Back to Wai Tan Kung page Nowadays almost everyone have at the back of their minds of how to maximize profits- how to get the best ROI (return on investment) on everything where money is spent on. Or how to maximise profit using the lowest cost. Trying to figure this out is what adds on [...]
Back to Wai Tan Kung page Herein a some of the transcript that I managed to copy down from Bro Soo who did a talk on the benefits of wai tan kung. I do apologise if there are errors as Bro Soo spoke in Mandarin and I’ve translated the best I could based on my [...]
Back to Wai Tan Kung page One of the founding members of Wai Tan Kung exercises in Malaysia, Bro Soo spoke of the enormous benefits of wai tan kung. Above is a YouTube video I have found on wai tan kung exercise. At the age of 35, Bro Soo Jit Hwa had suffered a heart [...]
I’ve been accustomed with fatigue, lethargy and feeling drained all my life. Totally not being a morning person, I have difficulty dragging myself up from bed ever since primary school days. As I began working and as my job stress got more and more, I resorted to caffeine boost to regain energy. If anyone tells [...]
Thinking of going for a paycut job? Tried it. I dunno about you...but it sucks to be bullied by those who have some kinda superiority complex who often don't know what they are yattering about. All you get is crappy pay and not being able to make ends meet.
Yeah, in corporate you get unreasonable bosses and office politics. To me, the stress levels are similar but in corporate the pay a few times more.