Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Tips for giving a good impression !! (good manners between man and woman)

Do you think it is hard to be considered as a nice guy? Here are some guidelines that could
be significantly helpful to those of whom are having troubles in creating a good impression.
The first thing I would like to suggest you is to initiate talking and break an ice , even though
you are facing with stranger. When you are talking, Try not to exaggerate yourself or what
you have done. It could make others think you as someone who likes to brag themselves
and content-free. Don't panic , even if you are at a loss for words. Just try to find something
in common and drive conversation in a comfortable mood.
For another thing , Keep up smiling and eye contact with others , when you are talking.
This seems like a tiny little thing but it is not that easy to act out indeed. once you make it
as a habitual thing, everyone would be willing to get along with you.
Last of all , Try not to find flaws or misdeed of others but find a good aspect of others.
If you happen to find something good of them , feel free to let them know of what they are
actually good at. The thing is that you don't need to be over the top but tell them exactly
what they are.
Several tips that I mentioned are likely to be done with ease in daily life. If you put those tips
into practice, you can be a man of good manners for sure.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Coming out of closet???

It still makes me flabbergasted whenever I look back on the embarassing moment that happened to me just a few months ago.
I was in a club dancing with my friends. All of a sudden, It was a guy looking a bit masculine with
his hair shaved came up to me and tried to make a conversation with me.
At the beginning , I considered him as someone who is up for a joke and socializing with others.
But as time goes by , I felt something wrong was going on. And he wanted to buy me a beer.
Some mixed emotions swept over my body. meanwhile , it flashed on me that i was able
to take the advantage of him to quench my thirst.
I made every effort not to expose my real intention and I enjoyed a free beer.
Afterward, I felt awkward with him So i tried to keep a way from him.
Eventually, He wanted to keep in touch with me and asked for my cell phone number.
what would you think i have done?Of course, I gave him a wrong number and got out of the club
in a hurry. HAHAHAHA

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Globalization effects

I used to live in Suwon , Korea. It is about 1 hour driving away from Seoul.
My home town is pretty much like Vancouver seemingly.
We've got public transportation , shopping mall , sky scrapper that can be
found easily in vancouver as well.

However if you go over it more carefully , you can find some differences
between them.

First of all , the number of high-rise buildings including apartment is way
more than that of vancouver. because we are running out of available spaces,
which roots in the small size of land field of korea.

For another thing, you can easily bump into a heavy traffic jam in Suwon.
Because the place i was living in belongs to one of a congested area.
One-fourth of entire population of korea flocks to Seoul and around.

It seems like Globalization forced us into living in one border line.
You can find "Star bucks" in any places across the world.
We are more likely to be much likeness between each other through Globalization,
meanwhile we all have common problems like air pollution, traffic jam,
stuff like that. Now it is time for us to come up with a common solution
to where we are having trouble with.