星期日, 8月 30, 2015

A Golden Retriever, a Baby and a Tennis Ball

星期六, 8月 29, 2015

[Regional/ Branch/ Area Manager]

[Regional/ Branch/ Area Manager]

An emerging international insurer is expending and calling for current insurance  Regional/ Branch/ Area Managers and Bank Relationship Managers to join.

For eligible candidates,  We offer:
Substantial sign-on bonus (up to HKD 500k depending on track records and size of team brought along

Attractive remuneration package with high guarantee allowance plus competitive commission scheme and other fringe benefits. (The right candidate with good on the job performance is expected to earn an annual income over HKD1 million)

Top up bonus for the leaders who bring along a team migration 

Comprehensive web-based services platform to enable and empower successful candidates to excel as an asset manager in this competitive market

Regular and comprehensive local and offsite trainings on business and soft skills to become a successful professional practitioner in the financial planning and insurance industry

Regular marketing events and client meeting opportunities in both HK and mainland China to build up high net worth customer resources

A strong client base. Rarely cold calls are needed

Fast track promotion

Interested parties please contact recruitment team Sonia So (Miss) at 3489 2289 or share resume at talents@talentsplannet.com. All conversations are confidential. 

Suitable candidates are expected to be interviewed by the Hong Kong Agency Director very soon. 

The company is moving in full swing. Interested candidates please grab and opportunity and respond asap.

星期五, 8月 21, 2015

Cute animals waking each other up - Funny animal compilation

星期二, 8月 18, 2015

You will when you believe

Whitney Houston – When You Believe Lyrics

Many nights we prayed 
With no proof anyone could hear 
In our hearts a hope for a song 

We barely understood 
Now we are not afraid 
Although we know there's much to fear 
We were moving mountains 
Long before we knew we could, whoa, yes 

There can be miracles 
When you believe 
Though hope is frail 
It's hard to kill 

Who knows what miracles 
You can achieve 

When you believe somehow you will 
You will when you believe 


In this time of fear 
When prayer so often proves in vain 
Hope seems like the summer bird 
Too swiftly flown away 

Yet now I'm standing here 
My hearts so full, I can't explain 
Seeking faith and speakin words 
I never thought I'd say 

There can be miracles 
When you believe (When you believe) 
Though hope is frail 
It's hard to kill (Mmm) 

Who knows what miracles 
You can achieve (You can achieve) 
When you believe somehow you will 
You will when you believe 

They don't always happen when you ask 
And it's easy to give in to your fears 
But when you're blinded by your pain 
Can't see the way, get through the rain 
A small but still, resilient voice 
Says love is very near, oh [Oh] 

There can be miracles (Miracles) When you believe (Boy, when you believe, yeah) [Though hope is frail] 

Though hope is frail [Its hard] 
It's hard to kill (Hard to kill, oh, yeah) 

Who knows what miracles 
You can achieve (You can achieve, oh) 
When you believe somehow you will (Somehow, somehow, somehow) 

Somehow you will (I know, I know, know) You will when you believe [When you] 

[You will when you] 
(You will when you believe) 
[Oh... oh] 
[When you believe] 
[When you believe]



When You Believe lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group



用這雨傘編織 自由天空
就算失望 卻不退讓
別笑我在空想 虛無飄渺
信有夢想 留待見證
You will when you believe


沿途崎嶇 我不畏懼

用這雨傘編織 彩虹的天
就算失望 卻不退讓
別笑我在空想 虛無飄渺
信有夢想 留待見證
You will when you believe

There can be miracles
When you believe
Though hope is frail
It's hard to kill

Who knows what miracles
you can achieve
When you believe
Somehow you will
You will when you believe

You will when you believe

琴、編、混 Perry Lau
敲擊、錄音 Caleb Yuen
改詞、製片 Tracy Tse
主唱 Amanda Ng
攝影 Shadow Ng

本歌之歌詞版權因上載者Amanda Ng於Youtube標示作品採創用CC授權而已釋出至公有領域,使其能更廣為流通與改作,而不渉及侵權問題。

星期一, 8月 17, 2015

Five Suggestions to Make Ladies' Business Trips More Organized and Less Stressful

 1. Check online asap
There are some seats even in the economy class they are bigger and wider than the others. These seats always are situated near the Exits. Short trips and no business class arrangement? No problem. Just a little preparation will do.

2. Employ pouches and separators
It’s worthwhile to purchase the set of pouches sold by Cathay Pacific airline. Organized your stuffs according to the functions and put them in different bags. Your suitcase suddenly becomes spacious and you will be contented with your baggage inside out.

3. Arrange your outfits in another way
Rolling up your shirts, your cardigans, your dresses, makes a huge difference to save up spaces and at the same time, maintain your outfits wrinkle free and in shape! Hang them in the bath when you are having shower. The evaporation and water steam will "iron" your clothing.

4. Have a mini set of face toner, lotion and a little kit of travelling makeup
Travelling is exhausting but I insist to look great EVERY MOMENT. I will clean my face and refresh my simple makeup when the airplane is beginning to land. You don't have to privatize the bathroom and stay there for one hour. The whole thing takes only 10 minutes. I feel empowered when I leave the aircraft with a refreshing face.

5.  A dedicated case for your electronic messy things
iPhone, chargers. computers, tablets...etc you name it. Put them together and let them stay together for handy use all along your travelling journey. Horrible nightmare happens when it is last minute for returning flight and you are still looking for your iPod in your messy hotel room.
What is your secrecy to stay glamorous at business trips? I would like to hear from you.
Thank you very much for reading. Have a nice MONDAY (blue is the Monday colour…).

星期一, 8月 10, 2015









其實就像書店老闆說的這些都是life drama。賴應彬老師不知何故,突然對我是人都是卑微的,把手上的這副牌玩得好了,便是足夠;能夠在營營役役的生活𥚃找到一點意義,更是難得。








Top 10 Cutest Kittens on Youtube

星期日, 8月 09, 2015


Cinderella, a sweet coincidence at Flowbooks at Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong. www.flowbooks.net