23 more days

Here's the mock-up version of the CD.. yes.. some preview what to expect..

Can't wait for you guys to have the real thing! :D
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28 days later


 Happening on 21st July 2012. Are you ready? :)
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opening act for concert : RELENT


They are coming on 21st July 2012 to rock the night as well.

 Need more reasons? :)

Go to FB event to find out more and mark your attendance!
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1 month away!

The countdown is on..!! We have reached the mark where we are 1 month away from the official launch/release of my 2nd album.

It will be held in Faith Christian Centre, the church where I am based now and it's on Saturday night 830pm. More information can be found in FB, where you can also declare over there that you are attending!!

Not just me will be there, my good friends RELENT will open the night with a few of their rocking tunes.

So spread the love, the music, the message around. Please don't come alone. Bring your friends, neighbours, relatives, anyone that breathes like human to this night!

Lots of hardwork have been done for this album and more hard work needed to be put in for preparation for the release so do remember me in your prayers! =D
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You can download this picture as your wallpaper to remind you of the 2nd album release ;)

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Matthew 6:34


(pic source : tumblr.com)

"Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own". - Matthew 6:34

That my friends, is one of the Bible verses that inspire my 2nd album. 
Stay tuned for more album insights :)
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birthday thanks from TL


Thanks for the overwhelming wishes for my birthday!! Well, all I can do is to say thanks to you all via this vid-blog and may you too have a great year ahead!

Stay tuned for more 2nd album updates and really need all the prayers and support as much that I can.

Again, thanks all. Much love
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pictures of TL @ Psalmist Generation 2012 conference

Check them out at my FB fanpage.

They are basically collection of pictures taken by various people.. I just complied together and sharing it to everyone out there about my adventures at PG conference.

Had a great time there and looking forward to next year's conference.
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pre-sales for 2nd album

with great pleasure and honour, would love to share with everyone out there that my new album will be out on 21st July 2012 and it is called THE DAY AFTER.

Pre-sales for the album starts this week. The pre-sales price of the CD is RM26.. so get this hot item at a hot price quickly!!
Those in FCC will get the privilege to book the album through the resource centre while the rest out there, if you are interested, PM or email me.

Thanks for your amazing support so far.. keep me in your prayers and I will keep everyone updated.

Much love.
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Amplified concert

Praise God for everything!!

I had the honour of performing on the same night with Psalmist Generation band, Jonathan Tse and Juwita Suwito.

It was the Amplified concert night, organized by the Psalmist Generation, where each of us perform and shared our lives.

Sang three songs and shared my life, along the line of how I can amplify my life for God.

Overall, quite a good outing.. love the stage especially that huge LED lights.

Above all, really thank God for all the positive feedback and thumbs up for the performance. Indeed all glory to God and really, that night it's all about amplifying His name.

Good times and looking forward to more shows like these..

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worship unlimited

The night itself.. all to say.. lived up to the name of the event itself -- Worship unlimited.

Indeed God really showed up and people just worship with their hearts. Sometimes I just feel we can just go on and on and on. I didn't have to do much, because it's all about God. =)

Yea, even right now as I typing this, I still can't forget what happened.. unlimited He is.

Anyway, thanks all who came and indeed we have a great time together.

Special thanks to 1am, Kelvin Lim and RELENT for the partnership and looking forward to good times with you guys.

All glory to GOD! =D

For more pictures of the event, check it out on FB. Credits to Kim Loong for such awesome pics!

If you want some candid shot of the event, check out Jackson's album.

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[10 Positive Lessons from Taylor Swift ] By: Ng Wah Lok (22 May 2012)

I am doing some "cut and paste" article written by my Tung Ling principal Ng Wah Lok whom I was surprised that he is a big fan of Taylor Swift. He told us in the class that he is going to write some things he learn from her and here is what he wrote about Taylor Swift.. yes.. the 10 things you can learn..

Thanks Pastor for your insights.. here we go...

1. Dare to Dream
Taylor Swift started dreaming of becoming a songwriter/singer at age 10 years. Her whole  life dream was to write songs.
"I started singing at festivals and fairs and karaoke contests — anywhere I could. I begged my mom to take me to Nashville; eventually she did. I would walk into record labels alone (my mom would wait in the car) and hand them my demo CD. I'd say 'Hi, I’m Taylor. I’m 11 and I’m looking for a record deal.'...I didn’t get much response; so I returned to Pennsylvania and learned to play guitar and write songs."

2. Work hard to achieve your dreams
Taylor says her success comes from her determination to realize her dreams. "Being raised by two parents who brought me up with the idea that the world didn't owe me anything really helped,"

"In order to develop and reach goals, I think it’s important that you never feel entitled to them. Take it one step at a time, because its very rare people just get 'discovered.' It takes meeting lots of people and spreading the word and making connections and following paths that are sometimes dead ends.

3. Overcome obstacles
She  recorded a demo of karaoke covers, and traveled with her mother to Nashville, for spring break, leaving a copy of the demo with record labels along Music Row. She received label rejections and realized that "I needed to know how to do something more than just sing a song".

At 14, Taylor moved from Pennsylvania to Nashville, where she played her demo CD for anyone who would listen. Her persistence certainly paid off—she was only 16 when "Tim McGraw" first hit the airwaves. 

4. Use Modern Technology to engage fans
Taylor uses modern technology to develop a very large fan base. She uses facebook, you tube, my space, websites etc to engage fans. She has one of the highest download sales of all time (41.8 million downloads).

5. Constantly learn and evolve
She used to do opening acts for big country stars like Keith Urban, Tim Mcgraw, Kenny Chesney etc.. She observed and learned from their work ethics. Eventually she won the Country Music Entertainer of the Year Award, an award traditionally  won by male country stars. She actually beat the top male country stars she used to do opening acts for because she learned their work ethics. She also learned songwriting by co-writing with some top songwriters.

6. Honor your parents
Taylor has a strong bond with her parents. She considers her mum her best friend. Her father relocated his work to Nashville so she could have better chance to pursue her music career. Her song “Best Day” is a Mother’s Day gift to her mum. Also the song “Never Grow Up” talks about missing home when she first moved to her own apartment. For the Fearless tour, she was constantly accompanied by her mum. To date, she has already bought 2 houses for her parents.
What makes me happy is just curling up in with my mom in her bed and watching a marathon of CSIand Grey's Anatomy episodes with pints of ice cream” – Taylor Swift.

7. Promote Moral Values
Taylor dresses moderately, does not drink or party or does not do any overly sexualized photo shoots. She has not put on a tattoo because her mum objects to it. In her song 15, she encourages teenagers to be careful not to give in to pressure “to a boy who changed his mind”.

8. Gives back to society - Philanthropy
Taylor Swift earned $18 million in 2009, $45 million in 2010, $45 million in 2011 and $57 million in 2012 (according to Forbes). But she does give back something to society. Here are some of her donations ( not a complete list).

December 13, 2009  - Donates $250,000 to various schools around the country which she had either attended or been involved with
May  2010 - $500,000 during a flood relief telethon hosted by WSMV, a Nashville television station.
May 23, 2011 Speak Now Benefit Concert – Raised 700,000 for tornadoe relieft
July 2011 – Donates $250,000 to Nick Kids to aid tonado relief efforts in West Alabama.
May 2012 – Donates $ 4 million to Music Education

At age 22, she has already a host of good works behind her name.

9. Don’t let success get to your head
Taylor remains down to earth and humble despite her phenomenal success.
“No matter what happens in life, no matter how many records you sell, be good to people...Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind." – Taylor Swift

10. Be good in one thing
Taylor excelled in songwriting. It is probably this special gift that took her very far. Although many of her songs are about falling in and out of love, this is not unexpected as most of her own hits were written between the age of 17-21. As she grows older, she will probably evolve to more serious themes. Already, I can see a slight change of themes as she turns 22 this year.

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