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Oct 11

One Part Discipline, Two Parts Craziness

Here’s my latest article for the November 2011 issue of FHM Singapore…

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Oct 11

Congratulations to the TARCR2 Winning Team, Jan and Lily!!!

Last night, we finally found out who was crowned the winners for the second season of The Amazing Race China Rush.  The race had come down to three teams comprised of Simon/Katherine, Sun Bin/Hao Fei-Er, and Jan/Lily.  Throughout the course of the race, the teams continually battled it out for overall supremacy, and it was difficult to determine who would arrive at the final Pit stop no matter how big your brain is!

In the The Amazing Race tradition, we were happy to have all the contestants join us once again for this momentous occasion, and they had a fun time reminiscing and recalling their adventures during the race…

And low and behold, it was the team of Jan and Lily that reached our final Pit Stop first, and Jan really enjoyed recounting how his team was able to take home the top prize to his fellow competitors and newfound friends…

Well, there you have it…we finally have our winners for another amazing season.  Like always, it’s been a pleasure and honor to work on such a fun and exciting production…

…but now I can finally stop standing and waiting for these teams to arrive cuz they’ve all checked in!!!

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Oct 11

Here Comes Season Three!!!

With the second season of The Amazing Race China Rush coming to an end this Sunday night, it’s time to start looking forward towards the next season.  In fact, Channel ICS organized an event earlier today to promote their lineup of shows for the upcoming year to their prospective sponsors, and I was invited to introduce and gush about how great the race has been, which definitely wasn’t very hard.

As the die-hard fans wonder who will be crowned champion for this second season, I’ve already been getting inquiries from all over the place regarding when people can start applying.  Right now, it’s still early in the game in terms of preparation and pre-production work, but it’s just exciting to know that ICS has already taken the step to lock down some big sponsors for our upcoming third season next year.  If everything goes according to the schedule for the previous two seasons, then you can expect to hear an announcement for “Call to Entry” around next February or March so definitely watch out for it.

This second season has been a huge success for both the English and Chinese market so I’m really excited myself to see how far we can go next season!  And if you’ve got a thirst for adventure and want to cherish a memory to last your entire lifetime, then start thinking about who you’d like to race with next season!

Til then, let’s get set for the climatic conclusion of TARCR2 this Sunday night at 8 PM on Channel ICS!  One shall rise…and Two shall fall!$^%#


Oct 11

My Little Cover Girl

Earlier this week, I had some friends tell me that they saw Sage on the cover of some magazine in Shanghai.  Initially, I had forgotten about this seemingly innocuous shoot that ultimately led to my little girl following in her mother’s footsteps for the cover of a magazine.  This one happens to be for City Weekend’s Parents & Kids, and here is the rest of her “supporting cast” on the inside pages…

…and I apologize (especially to Li Lin) for not having the time to “stitch” these last two pages together.  ;-P

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Oct 11

Wax On…Wax Off


Oct 11

Together in the Game…

Last night, Li Lin and I had the special opportunity to host Nike’s 30 Years “Together in the Game” Celebration Party at Shanghai 1933.  Both of us have worked with Nike in Singapore so it was great to see how the Swoosh takes care of business in a slightly “bigger” market…and it was also a quick way to meet more than one thousand of their employees in one venue.  Speaking of the party zone, I learned that Shanghai 1933 used to be an abattoir where many cows convened to be slaughtered.  This is definitely not the most savory of thoughts so it’s great to see this structure possessing stunning architecture has been converted into a retail business center.  Here’s a shot of the entrance before we opened up the doors…

After a long day of conferences and meetings, everyone arrived by the busloads for a night of fun and entertainment.  Along the way, we all enjoyed interesting and entertaining stories from Nike’s early days in China when founder Phil Knight and his team arrived in 1981 to begin a partnership that is thirty years strong.  Through the course of the evening, we got to see how much the company has grown along with China in the realm of sport.

Later in the evening, we are also treated to Nike’s very own “Michael Jackson” interviewing China’s very own professional NBA baller Yi Jian Lian…

We talked about Yi Jian Lian’s plans to return to China to play during the NBA lockout and his preparations for the Chinese National Basketball team for the 2012 Olympics.  Along the way, we cracked a few jokes cuz you know that’s gonna happen when you got another “MJ” in the house interviewing!

Not only was Yi Jian Lian in the house, but Nike also invited another one of its elite athletes 110 Meter Hurdles champion Liu Xiang to join in the celebration and say a few words…

Li Lin took over the translation duties on this one and had to listen intently because Liu Xiang is actually very humorous and can talk up a storm…

…even Li Lin couldn’t contain her amusement.

All in all, it was a fun, exciting, and entertaining event, which is something I believe all the Nike employees have come to expect from working with the Swoosh.

I’m still in awe at how much has changed and progressed since 1981, and I’m sure we’re all wondering what the world will be thirty years from now.  But until that day comes, let’s continue to make the choices that enable and empower us to lead a happy and healthy life that we can look back one day and be truly proud of!

A big thanks to Jose and his awesome team at Liquid Impact for an spectacular event and, of course, to Nike and China!aracer.mobi