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Friday, 25 March 2011


This page has quotes about the drink, Tea.

Tea Quotes

"Christopher Robin was home by this time, because it was the afternoon, and he was so glad to see them that they stayed there until very nearly tea-time, and then they had a Very Nearly tea, which is one you forget about afterwards, and hurried on to Pooh Corner, so as to see Eeyore before it was too late to have a Proper Tea with Owl." - A.A. Milne, The House at Pooh Corner

A Proper Tea is much nicer than a Very Nearly Tea, which is one you forget about afterwards. - A.A. Milne

"Talk and tea is his specialty," said Giles. "He has about five cups of tea a day. But he works splendidly when we are looking." - Agatha Christie, Sleeping Murder

Tea had come as a deliverer to a land that called for deliverance; a land of beef and ale, of heavy eating and abundant drunkenness; of gray skies and harsh winds; of strong nerved , stout-purposed, slow-thinking men an women. Above all, a land of sheltered homes and warm firesides - firesides that were waiting - waiting, for the bubbling kettle and the fragrant breath of tea. -Agnes Reppiler

Ecstasy is a glass full of tea and a piece of sugar in the mouth. - Alexander Puskin

"'The tea is coming!' ...she may want a martini, but make her drink tea." - Alice Taylor, To School Through the Fields

Tea to the English is really a picnic indoors. - Alice Walker

"...I have never tasted tea like this. It is smooth, pungent, and instantly addicting...This is from Grand Auntie, my mother explains... she told me if I buy the cheap tea, then I am saying that my whole life has not been worth something better...If I buy just a little, then I am saying that my lifetime is almost over, so she bought enough tea for another lifetime." - Amy Tan, The Kitchen God’s Wife

"Better to be deprived of food for three days, than tea for one." - Ancient Chinese Proverb

Drinking a daily cup of tea will surely starve the apothecary. - Ancient Chinese Proverb

"A true warrior, like tea, shows his strength in hot water." - Ancient Chinese proverb

Bread and water can so easily be toast and tea. - Anonymous Author

Tea is liquid wisdom. - Anonymous Author

Tea is a cup of life. - Anonymous Author

Strange how a teapot can represent at the same time the comforts of solitude and the pleasures of company. -Anonymous Author

Remember the tea kettle - it is always up to its neck in hot water, yet it still sings! - Anonymous Author

The spirit of the tea beverage is one of peace, comfort, and refinement. - Arthur Gray

There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea. - Bernard-Paul Heroux

Never trust a man who, when left alone in a room with a tea cozy, doesn't try it on. - Billy Connolly

Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage. - Catherine Douzel

My dear, if you could give me a cup of tea to clear my muddle of a head I should better understand your affairs. - Charles Dickens

Tea should be taken in solitude. - C.S. Lewis

You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me. - C.S. Lewis

Tea does our fancy aid,
Repress those vapours which the head invade
And keeps that palace of the soul serene. - Edmund Waller, "Of Tea"

"The mug from the washstand was used as Becky's tea cup, and the tea was so delicious that it was not necessary to pretend that it was anything but tea." - Frances Hodgson Burnett

In nothing more is the English genius for domesticity more notably declared than in the institution of this festival - almost one may call it - of afternoon tea...The mere chink of cups and saucers tunes the mind to happy repose. - George Gissing

The mere chink of cups and saucers tunes the mind to happy repose. - George Gissing, The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft

"Tea is one of the main stays of civilization in this country." - George Orwell

If you are cold, tea will warm you; If you are too heated, it will cool you; If you are depressed, it will cheer you; If you are excited, it will calm you. - Gladstone (1865) Victorian British Prime Minister

"Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea." - Henry Fielding

Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea. - Henry Fielding “Love in Several Masques”

Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea. - Henry Fielding

There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea. - Henry James

Is there no Latin word for Tea? Upon my soul, if I had known that I would have let the vulgar stuff alone. - Hilaire Belloc

Great love affairs start with Champagne and end with tisane. - HonorĂ© de Balzac

If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty. - Japanese Proverb

"I hope next time when we meet, we won't be fighting each other. Instead we will be drinking tea together." - Jackie Chan, Rumble in the Bronx

Another novelty is the tea-party, an extraordinary meal in that, being offered to persons that have already dined well, it supposes neither appetite nor thirst, and has no object but distraction, no basis but delicate enjoyment. - Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, The Physiology of Taste

"Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. And whoever this "Earl Grey" fellow is, I'd like to have a word with him... " - Jean-Luc Picard, Star Trek, The Next Generation

It is very strange, this domination of our intellect by our digestive organs. We cannot work, we cannot think, unless our stomach wills so. It dictates to us our emotions, our passions. After eggs and bacon it says, "Work!" After beefsteak and porter, it says, "Sleep!" After a cup of tea (two spoonfuls for each cup, and don't let it stand for more than three minutes), it says to the brain, "Now rise, and show your strength. Be eloquent, and deep, and tender; see, with a clear eye, into Nature, and into life: spread your white wings of quivering thought, and soar, a god-like spirit, over the whirling world beneath you, up through long lanes of flaming stars to the gates of eternity!" - Jerome K. Jerome, Three Men in a Boat

"Tea with lemon please" - Jerry Seinfeld, Seinfeld
Tea comes before You and after Ess - Carbuncle 2005

"Talk and tea is his specialty," said Giles. "He has Come along inside... We'll see if tea and buns can make the world a better place." - Kenneth Graeme, The Wind in the Willows

"So I must rise at early dawn, as busy as can be, to get my daily labor done, and pluck the leafy tea." - Le Yih, Ballad of the Tea Pickers, Early Ch’ing Dynasty, 1644

The effect of tea is cooling and as a beverage it is most suitable. It is especially fitting for persons of self-restraint and inner worth. - Lu Yu (715-803), Ch'a Ching

"The best quality tea must have creases like the leathern boot of Tartar horsemen, curl like the dewlap of a mighty bullock, unfold like a mist rising out of a ravine, gleam like a lake touched by a zephyr, and be wet and soft like a fine earth newly swept by rain." - Lu Yu (d. 804), Chinese sage, hermit

"I am in no way interested in immortality, but only in the taste of tea." - Lu t’ung

The first cup moistens my lips and throat. The second cup breaks my loneliness. The third cup searches my barren entrail but to find therein some thousand volumes of odd ideographs. The fourth cup raises a slight perspiration - all the wrongs of life pass out through my pores. At the fifth cup I am purified. The sixth cup calls me to the realms of the immortals. The seventh cup - ah, but I could take no more! I only feel the breath of the cool wind that raises in my sleeves. Where is Elysium? Let me ride on this sweet breeze and waft away thither. - Lu Tung, "Tea-Drinking"

Afternoon Tea should be provided, fresh supplies, with thin bread-and-butter, fancy pastries, cakes, etc., being brought in as other guests arrive. - Mrs. Beeton The Book of Household Management
Wouldn’t it be dreadful to live in a country where they didn’t drink tea? - Noel Coward

"The tea ceremony is more than an idealization of the form of drinking—it is a religion of the art of life." - Okakura Kakuzo

The art of life lies in a constant readjustment to our surroundings. - Okakura Kakuzo

"Meanwhile, let us have a sip of tea. The afternoon glow is brightening the bamboos, the fountains are bubbling with delight, the soughing of the pines is heard in our kettle. Let us dream of evanescence, and linger in the beautiful foolishness of things." - Okakura Kakuzo, Book of Tea (1906)

"A wave of rare incense is wafted from the tea-room; it is the summons which bids the guests to enter. One by one they advance and take their places. In the tokonoma hangs a kakemono—a wonderful writing by an ancient monk dealing with the evanescence of all earthly things. The singing kettle. . . sounds like some cicada pouring forth his woes to departing summer." - Okakura Kakuzo, Book of Tea (1906), Describing the last Cha-no-yu by Rikiu, a great tea master a religion of the art of life. - Okakura Kakuzo
"Kissing is like drinking tea through a tea-strainer; you’re always thirsty afterwards." - Old Chinese saying

"Bring me a cup of tea and the “Times.”" - Queen Victoria on her accession to the British throne

"There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Thank God for tea! What would the world do without tea? How did it exist? I am glad I was not born before tea." - Rev. Sydney Smith

"Come, oh come, ye tea-thirsty restless ones—the kettle boils, bubbles and sings, musically." - Rabindranath Tagore

Stands the Church clock at ten to three?
And is there honey still for tea? - Rupert Brooke, "The Old Vicarage, Grantchester," 1912

Find yourself a cup of tea; the teapot is behind you. Now tell me about hundreds of things. - Saki

"Coffee isn't my cup of tea." - Samuel Goldwyn

[I am a] hardened and shameless tea drinker, who has for twenty years diluted his meals only with the infusion of this fascinating plant; whose kettle has scarcely time to cool; who with tea amuses the evening, with tea solaces the midnight, and with tea welcomes the evening. - Samuel Johnson

Tea's proper use is to amuse the idle, and relax the studious, and dilute the full meals of those who cannot use exercise, and will not use abstinence. - Samuel Johnson

As long as it is hot, wet and goes down the right way, its fine with me. - Sarah Fergerson, The Dutchess of York, On Tea

"Tea is nought but this:
First you heat the water,
Then you make the tea.
Then you drink it properly.
That is all you need to know." - Sen Rikyu, Zen Tea Master, 1522-1591

"While there's tea there's hope." - Sir Arthur Pinero

"What is the most wonderful thing for people like myself who follow the Way of Tea? My answer: the oneness of host and guest created through ‘meeting heart to heart’ and sharing a bowl of tea." - Soshitsu Sen, Grand Master XIV, Urasenke School of Tea

"In my own hands I hold a bowl of tea; I see all of nature represented in its green color. Closing my eyes I find green mountains and pure water within my own heart. Silently sitting alone and drinking tea, I feel these become a part of me." -Soshitsu Sen, Grand Master XIV, Urasenke School of Tea

"I don't drink coffee; I take tea, my dear." - Sting, An Englishman in New York

I always fear that creation will expire before teatime. - Sydney Smith

If two women should pour from the same pot, one of them will have a baby within a year. - Tea Proverb

The perfect temperature for tea is two degrees hotter than just right. - Terri Guillemets

Tea is wealth itself, because there is nothing that cannot be lost, no problem that will not disappear, no burden that will not float away, between the first sip and the last. - The Minister of Leaves

Enjoy life sip by sip not gulp by gulp. - The Minister of Leaves

Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves - slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future. - Thich Nat Hahn

...for tea, though ridiculed by those who are naturally coarse in their nervous sensibilites, or are become so from wine-drinking, and are not susceptible of influence from so refined a stimulant, will always be the favored beverage of the intellectual... - Thomas De Quincy

Surely every one is aware of the divine pleasures which attend a wintry fireside; candles at four oclock, warm hearthrugs, tea, a fair tea-maker, shutters closed, curtains flowing in ample draperies to the floor, whist the wind and rain are raging audibly without. - Thomas De Quincey

Tea is drunk to forget the din of the world. - T’ien Yiheng

Tea - the cups that cheer but not inebriate. - William Cowper, Poet

What part of confidante has that poor teapot played ever since the kindly plant was introduced among us. Why myriads of women have cried over it, to be sure! What sickbeds it has smoked by! What fevered lips have received refreshment from it! Nature meant very kindly by women when she made the tea plant; and with a little thought, what a series of pictures and groups the fancy may conjure up and assemble round the the teapot and cup. - William Makepeace Thackery

Tea, a refreshing and enervating drink - Kakuzo.Com is the Home of The Book of Tea

Wednesday, 23 March 2011


Hi! folks,
The weather of this morning is cold and wet, it triggers me to have Bak Kut Teh to keep me warm,however, I enjoy this delicious food. Bak Kut Teh, which is basically pork cooked in herbal soup has Klang as its birthplace. It began with cooking meat in herbal soup so as to give strength to the hard working labourers who worked at the port. Later on it evolved into so many varieties, thicker, thin soup and dry type as well.  

Now, it is so famous that you can find Bak Kut Teh stalls in most parts of Malaysia and Singapore, with their signboard of “Klang Bak Kut Teh” to attract customers.

Kedai Makanan Seng Huat, popularly known as the Restaurant “Under the Bridge”, is located along the same row of shophouses next to the Port Klang KTM station. The other landmark you can look for would be the Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah Klang. 

One obvious thing you will notice, when you walk into this restaurant, is that many kettles are placed strategically around the tables. These kettles are used to boil water for customers to brew their Chinese tea, which customer bring along or select from the basketful of tea leaves in bags by its waiters.

Then you will be given a number of small Chinese tea cups, depending on the number of your group, with one equally small tea pot for you to brew your tea. Here, can someone tell me why tea is chosen as companion of Bak Kut herbal soup?

There are variety of pork, from different parts of pig's body, you can choose from: fatty, lean, half-fat / half-lean, ribs, leg, spare parts such as intestines, stomach. You may eat with either white plain rice or mixed rice with fried shallots for a fragrant taste.

The soup is flavourful, with a reasonably strong hint of herbs though not overwhelming and the meat is really tender, which sort of melts in the mouth as a result of long hours of cooking. To add more excitement, you may add Yau Char Kuey (deep fried rolls). If you prefer it to be slightly crispier, then I suggest that you don't expose it in the herbal soup for too long. Nothing beats eating Yau Char Kuey shortly after it is fried.

The shop is open everyday from 7.00am till about 1.00pm and reopen from 5.00pm till about 11.00pm.

Here, I like to stress that tea is so highly appreciated everywhere and even the herbal soup best goes with Chinese tea, as its name suggested. Tea again is regarded as a good companion, as good contributor, in the Chinese community as it sets good example to its people.  

So, next time if you go to Klang, make sure you try this. Otherwise, your trip will not be complete without it. 

James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18

Tuesday, 22 March 2011


Hi! folks,

Lately, the above book has been put up at my facebook's wall and I wish the seller can conclude some sales.

I have not read the book yet, but I can agree with the author that you can make an investment return from it, which I can vouch from my experience.

To start uncovering the veil, perhaps this book is a good guide. Even though you may not have heard of Chinese Puerh Tea before, this should not prevent you from appreciating its pleasant and remarkable taste and smell. I strongly believe that this book will lead and open the door to the world of Chinese Puerh Tea by revealing the mysterious side of it. It will show you some classic Puerh Tea collection series. Stay open and read as much as possible, if you have the time to do so. Moreover, this book is easy to understand and perhaps you can use it as a quick reference.

For those who have read it, please share with us your wonderful experience.

Thanks and look forward to hearing from you,

James Oh

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Sunday, 20 March 2011


A little cup of friendship
With a bag of tea
When you drink this
Think of love from me.

source unknown
I wish we could sit down together
And have a cup of tea
But since we can’t
When you have this one
I hope you’ll think of me.

source unknown
I cannot sit and chat with you,
the way I'd like to do.
So brew yourself a cup of tea,
I'll think of you, you think of me.

source unknown
When you’re feeling sad & blue
And have no clue what to do
Sit down and have a cup of tea
And a hug or two or maybe three
Feel those troubles melt away
And start you on a better day.

by Paulette, 1998~~TLC Creations.
A cup of tea to say thank you
For all the things you've done,
And wishes that the day will bring
You happiness and fun..

Happy Mother's (or whatever) Day
©birdiekity May - 1998
Tea that helps our head and heart.
Tea medicates most every part.
Tea rejuvenates the very old.
Tea warms the hands of those who're cold.

J. Jonker, Amsterdam, circa 1670

 A cup of tea to say Thank You, 
For all the things you've done. 
And wishes that the day will bring,
You happiness and fun


 If I could take your Troubles, 
I would toss them in the Sea. 
But since I can't, I'm sending you,
My favorite cup of tea.

Here's a gift for Mother's / Father's Day:
With this gift, I’m trying to say
Thanks for all you do for me,
Relax and have a cup of tea!

I've never made a fortune
And it's prob'ly too late now;
But I don't worry 'bout that much,
I'm happy anyhow!
And as I go along life's way
Reapin' better than I sowed.
I'm drinkin' from my saucer,
'Cause my cup has overflowed!
Haven't got a lot of riches,
And sometimes the going's tough;
But I've got loving ones around me,
And that makes me rich enough!
I thank God for His blessings
And the mercies He's bestowed.
I'm drinkin' from my saucer,
'Cause my cup has overflowed!
I 'member times when things went wrong,
My faith wore somewhat thin;
But all at once the dark clouds broke
And light peeped through again.
So, Lord, help me not to gripe
About tough rows I've hoed.
I'm drinkin' from my saucer,
'Cause my cup has overflowed!
If God gives me strength and courage
When the way grows steep and rough,
I'll not ask for other blessings;
I'm already blessed enough!
May I never be too busy
To help others bear their loads.
I'll keep drinkin' from my saucer,
'Cause my cup has overflowed!
Author: © Jimmy Dean

Friday, 18 March 2011


Hi! Folks,

Recently I also received an email from a blogger called Jessica Hulett who is so kind to share with me the article that they had just posted on their own blog.

Her kind thoughts and proposal for posting of her article in my blog is well accepted by me to mark a good kick start our co-operation to enrich my blog readers further. Thank her so much for her concerns and action.

As such, I am without any hesitation agree to it and append below is her article. Hope you enjoy it.

10 Ways to Really Find the Price of Tea in China

If you grew up like I did you may have heard your parents say a few times “What does that have to do with the price of tea in China?”  Well, I must confess that I have started using that same saying on my children and guess what?  They are now old enough to call me on it and throw it back in my face.  So now we have banter back and forth around variations of the “price of tea in China” saying.  Before I knew it, the whole thing got a bit out of control and I simply had to find out how I could know the price of tea in China daily. And thus, this list of 10 places to find the price of tea in China online was born:
  1. Chinese Tea Store: This site offers a wide variety of authentic Chinese teas for a reasonable price. You can order as little as 25 grams or as much as 200 grams of tea.
  2. Tea Trader: This tea trader site lists its Chinese teas in Canadian dollars and sell as much as 500 grams per premium tea.
  3. Yixing Teapot Sale: This tea seller has a wide assortment of aged teas and special grade teas for a reasonable price.
  4. Golden Teahouse: Check out Golden Teahouse’s collection of fine Chinese teas and monthly specials you don’t want to miss!
  5. Chinese Tea Wholesales Center: If you’re looking to buy your tea at a good price, you need to check out this wholesale center that offers premium Chinese teas in bulk.
  6. China Tea Mall: China Tea Mall gives you a thorough price guide and detailed tea description to make purchasing even easier.
  7. Grand Tea Company: This Hong Kong-based company offers a wide variety of traditional and specialty teas in several different weights.
  8. The Whole Leaf: The Whole Leaf sells just that – whole leaf tea, not tea bags. This purer form of tea is sold by the ounce or quarter pound.
  9. Chinese Tea: This site offers a wide variety of traditional and aged teas and a dose of tea history for you to enjoy.
  10. Chinese Culture: Check out what this online market has to offer and shop around for their special tea deals.
If you aren’t familiar with the origins of the saying, it’s not particularly complicated and dates back to the 19th century when the price of tea in England was particularly high.  It was actually highest when the first ship arrived back from China after their harvest. The ship owners would pay for the crop in China and then race back to England to try to get there first (since the first ship back got the highest payment and each subsequent ship got less). 

This became known as the tea clipper races.  So basically the saying evolved from those last ships that made it back complaining of the price they were getting in England and the response being what does that (the current price of tea in England) have to do with the price of tea in China?

Please share with us your view/experience. Thanks and stay tuned.

Monday, 7 March 2011



Hi! Tea Folks,
The two all-time-favourite beverages from Starbucks, Green Tea Latte and Caramel Macchiato, caught me by surprise as it never strike my mind to have tea and its stuff at the Starbucks.
After further investigation, I found that the above two beverages have a lighter option -- Low Fat Green Tea Latte and Low Fat Caramel Macchiato,

The Low Fat Green Tea Latte is a lightly sweetened blend of high quality green tea powder from Japan with steamed low-fat milk and topped with foam, making it appears smooth and creamy. Please share with us your experience with both, if you have tried them out.
I was also made to understand that its’ Low Fat Caramel Macchiato which is sweet and buttery, is made with freshly steamed low-fat milk too. It is also layered with rich espresso and drizzled with Starbucks's signature caramel sauce.

This healthy and popular espresso beverage takes on a lighter dimension with low-fat milk as its formula, rather than the standard whole milk, specially caters for customers who prefer a less creamy beverage.
In addition to the above two low-fat milk beverages, Starbucks's new full-leaf teas are available in five different flavours -- Mint Blend, Chamomile Blend, Spearmint Green, English Breakfast and Earl Grey. It really pampers its customer with choices, so as to deliver their commitment of the highest quality beverages to support their lifestyle.
With the above introduction, I do hope you don't make the same mistake as I did. Just drop at its nearest outlets and try these new menus. Hope you enjoy it.
Thanks and seeing you again

James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18

Saturday, 5 March 2011


Hi! Everyone,

 Big congratulation to you for coming to the blog talk about tea, which is second most HIGHLY consumed after water.

This article I decided to illustrate further how tea has been closely associated with our daily life. It has been widely recognized and accepted as one of the important beverage. Its dried tea also can be used as pillow, fertilizer and etc.

Today, my article is going to touch on tea essence shampoo. No doubt, tea has also been widely accepted as a nutritious product in my country, today it is also used to produce tea essence shampoo and is easily available in Malaysia. Perhaps you may find such products in your country. Please update us in the comment column provided below. Thanks.

This uniquely formulated shampoo, with the antioxidant properties of tea, especially Green and White tea essence is able to revitalize hair. Here, anyone would like to share your thoughts or experiences in this aspect. You are always more than welcome here. No doubts, there have been lots of scientific proofs of such properties found in tea leave. Not surprising that some of you may have read or be aware of it..

Append below please find such a product which are available in my country for your viewing pleasure. Will upload at later date

Thanks and look forward to seeing you again.
James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18

Thursday, 3 March 2011



Hi ! Tea folks,

As some of you may be aware that water is the main component of brewing the best possible tea, apart from having good quality tea. As such, we cannot afford to ignore the significant importance of water. It has two great impacts on tea in term of type of water used and at what level the water is boiled.

In today's article, I am going to focus on the latter to ease the understanding. So, the question arises here is to what level the water should boil at. To answer this question, we need to know what type of tea you are brewing. Append below I have listed down  some useful guide for the respective type of teas:-

a) about 70-80 degree C for green tea;
b) 85 degree C are good for white or lightly oxidated Oolong teas;

It is interesting to know that the ancient tea masters, prior to invention of thermometer,  used visuals or hearing to determine the correct water temperature, for steeping tea, as appended below:-

a) when you see the bubbles like small fish's eyes or crab's eyes, that translate to about 70-80 degree, suitable for green tea.

b) When the bubbles grow bigger and like the size of crystal beads or pearls, indicates to 85 degree C, suitable for white and lightly oxidated Oolong teas.

c) As the billows surge wildly in the kettle, with the size of longans, the water is nearly reaching the boiling point and perfect for for steeping black or Pu'er teas.

That's the main reason for my preference of glass kettle, which I have blogged much earlier. You may read it again at the link below.

Before I pen off, I like to take this opportunity to share a useful Chinese poem in this connection which closely associates the sound of water gurgling in the kettle with other natural sounds from the wind or water flow as belows:-

a) "wind blowing through pine leave" which translates to water boiling at 75 degree C.
b) Whereas sounds resembling "spring water spurting out of the stone ' which would be 85 degree C
c) "waves crashing on the shore", translate to 91 degree C.
d) When the water reach the boiling point, there is No sound at all.

Lastly, can you guess which step makes the most noise. Scroll down for the answer.

e)  However, half-boiled water makes the most noise. This phrase I believe is the most well known phrase in life and still applicable in today's world. Here, I write to congratulate those who answered it correctly.

Trust you find the above article not only entertaining, but also enriching as the name of this blog suggests. Please feel free to let us know as how to make this more entertaining and enriching should you have any idea/suggestion. Your valuable feedback is greatly appreciated.

Hope to seeing you again,

To your success in enriching life,

James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18




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