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Happy Chinese Year

Today it's Chinese new year again. Nothing change except my age.

Still have to work hard everyday and take care of the kids. In the new company, I learned more things about Linux, Oracle and JSTL. And for sure, I will learn lots of knowledge about Web Service soon- coz lots of related work to do.

I am happier than before. As I am more confident and more mutual on dealing with challenges. Wife is happier and daughters are growing up.  The coming new year, I hope I can make more money to support my family and support Mummy and Dad to travel in Vancouver next year.

Some dreams come to true, still need to work hard to get my PS4 or X-box 720 in the future. The house need a TV to make it happy. Need money to support Daughter in day care. Have to work harder and harder.

Hope the next year, I can get rich :)


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