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2012 Year-end Report    

By Panda
4286 Views | 15 Comments | 1/13/2013 12:38:54 PM

Panda in Beijing, 15th, Sep., 2012

Look back on 2012, I had reached several goals. For Health, I have pretty much reached my desired look. For Career, although I would still be working in my present company, but I passed my PMP examination on March, and attended the PMI China Congress on September as a PMP. I had got 58 PDUs (Professional Development Unit) in 2012 as a PMP. I’m totally loving every moment right now.

There are some goals I haven’t reached yet. For example in Love, I thought I would have found my relationship partner by now, but I haven’t. It’s perfectly okay though due to my revelation a few months ago on how we are actually already perfect, complete and whole as singles. Finding and being together with my soulmate is something I want and look forward to in the future – In the meantime, I’m perfectly happy and complete as I am.

In terms of Friendship, some friends whom I thought I would still be great terms with had slipped away; in place of that other people had entered into the foray and have become great friends of mine in the past year, especially the past few months. In a way, it’s sort of an equilibrium at work when you think about it.

There were goals I didn’t reach because I had abandoned it halfway, since it lost meaning to me. An example would be wanting to buy a car. I got the driving license on 2002. And I changed my B license to C license on 2006. Because C license verification term is 6 years, but B license is 2 years– when I went to Wu Han Traffic Management Institute for verification on February 2012. The officer told me that my license had been expired. He told me the 6 years term is from 2002 to 2008, but not 2006 to 2012. I realized that owning a car in Wuhan, where public transport is readily available, does not resonate with my highest self at all. My original intent of getting a car was more for imagery reasons, and that had long been shedded away as part of my old self. Not to mention the environmental damage I would be causing too with a car.

The last month of 2012, the first subway of Wuhan went into operation which goes through under Yangzi River. When I went to Zhuhai from Wuhan by high-speed railway on 29th, December, 2012, just 4 hours arrived Guangzhou South station, and changed light rail, I just could arrive Zhuhai North station. But on 31th, the last day of 2012, the whole line of Zhuhai to Guangzhou worked. I was lucky to go to Guangzhou by light rail from Zhuhai station where is nearby my home of Zhuhai on 3rd, January, 2013, then arrived Wuhan after 4 hours by high-speed railway. I really think that I am so happy to live in Wuhan. We finally have our Chinese Dream.

I had been in the places on 2012 where are Wuhan, Zhuhai, Beijing, Phuket, Zhangjiajie, Phoenix Town, Hibiscus Town, and Shaoguan.

In the end, I want to share a picture which was named, “When Laowai loved Majiang...” I wish all Laowais on CLM whose Chinese Dreams come ture in 2013.

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#2013-01-14 05:59:16 by bmccull @bmccull

I hope your next blog will explain more about “When Laowai loved Majiang...”

#2013-01-15 11:48:36 by anonymous5237 @anonymous5237

you dress like a career woman... and radiating / give impression of a career woman energy...

#2013-01-15 17:52:43 by panda2009 @panda2009

To anonymous5237
Thanks for ur evaluation. There is a popular on internet at present:正能量Positive Energy
I hope that all blogers here who would bring us this kind of energy.

#2013-01-15 18:36:43 by panda2009 @panda2009

To bmccull,
I'm waiting for my next blog about Mahjong publishing. Thanks for ur following.

#2013-01-16 09:38:20 by Grace172 @Grace172

Cao Hui, Wish your dream will come truth in 2013. Good luck

#2013-01-16 18:03:01 by panda2009 @panda2009

Thanks. U too. Best wish to u.l

#2013-01-17 13:47:56 by anonymous5259 @anonymous5259

Consider this article

#2013-01-17 23:17:16 by panda2009 @panda2009

As a woman, I had loved, married, owned a baby. I had learned all the things what a woman should learn. I know good and bad, right and wrong. So don’t need a man continuing education for how should I do to be as a woman. Smart men should know, a good woman, a soft wife, in fact, to some extent, who was also been spoilt out by a man. You spoil her one point, she would return you three points. What is called a girl will doll herself up for him who loves her, understand?

#2013-01-19 18:59:05 by panda2009 @panda2009

To @anonymous5259
What is ur real thought? What relevance with me the artical has?

#2013-01-20 17:18:27 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@panda2009 - Panda (Cao Hui), I think your comment that "Smart men should know, a good woman, a soft wife, in fact, to some extent, who was also been spoilt out by a man. You spoil her one point, she would return you three points. What is called a girl will doll herself up for him who loves her, understand?" is a great statement that summarizes the difference between most Chinese women as compared to most Western women better than any I have read.

Well put!

Western women demand to be spoiled greatly, and when they are they simply expect ever greater degrees of spoiling, with little or no reciprocation. Chinese women hope to be spoiled a little, and when they are they return the spoiling tenfold.

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