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In the tradition of Baccarat Great Learning, we present a special lesson for the special date of 12/12/12! In Lesson 36, The Queen of Clubs contributes such a cool material that took my breath away and with a reemphasizes of Lesson 22 of 9/9/9. I am simply in awe by the depth of her utilization of Xuan Xin’s teaching. I wishes all readers and ardent followers of Baccarat Great Learning a fulfilling learning experience and happy holiday seasons! Click here to access Lesson 36 now.
The notorious triad boss, “Broken Tooth”, Wan Kuok-koi was released from the Macau prison yesterday after a 14 years sentence. At around 6.50am in the early morning of the Coloane’s maximum security prison, dozens of media and reporters stake out the premise to witness his release and possibly some statements. He was quicked ushered by 2 bodyguards into a white Lexus and appears to be looking fit for the 57 years old. Wan mentioned that he do not want to affect Macau’s stability and there is absolutely no way he want to do that and wishes to be left alone. It was reportedly that a 100 table feast will be held to celebrate his freedom at Sheraton Macau.
Taiwanese poker pro, Kitty Kuo, leads the remaining 77 players heading into Day 2.
I started to shoot Macau streets with a color positive film (aka Slides, aka Transparency)
In Lesson 35 of Baccarat Great Learning, Master Zuan Xin teaches us his Eight Sayings. This looks like a simple lesson but the depth and experience of each saying can take a lifetime to learn. For the first time, there is a English translation of the Zuan Xin’s saying as well. Click here to access the lesson & download link.
It’s a blistering hot summer here at 30 to 32 degree celsius! Maximum UV index is expected to be 10, which is classified as Very High.
One word : OPULENCE to describe the exhilaration and awe of seeing rare and gigantic gold, jade, ivory and precious stone scultpure at The Grand Lisboa Hotel main lobby. As if you are transported and have a glimpse of Dr Stanley Ho’s private vault of precious collection.
The Venetian Macao still have it’s charm after 5 years in profitable operations.
It’s children friendly premise with lots of shops, expo, concert arena and off course the Casino. The grand feeling is something Singapore Marina Bay Sands cannot compare….but to gamblers, they don’t care about deco.