by Robert Bicknell Well, two pretty serious tournaments later, Tiger Woods continues to show he’s trying to make a comeback, but it’s not the same Tiger. This one is very different and, for that reason, I have my doubts that he will win again anytime soon. Yes, all the naysayers and Tiger fans are now screaming, calling me even more names than usual, and instead of using my column for the bottom of the bird cage, they decided to burn it instead. Go ahead. If that’s what makes you happy. However, it doesn’t change the fact that this Tiger isn’t the same wrecking machine as the old one. In professional sports, “attitude” is a major reason for winning. If you look at some of the best players in their various sports, they were notorious trash-talkers. They knew they were great and weren’t shy about sticking it in your face. They beat you even before you got on the course, court or field. Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Charles … [Read more...] about Has Tiger lost will to win?
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How to braise tasty fish andpork without wood-burning stoveThe final product has eye-catching caramel color, distinctive fragrance and tender chunks of meat and flavorful fish is. Braised fish or pork is such a staple in every family meal that the dishes become a Vietnamese signature. Some people would diversify the dish by adding extra tastes such as tamarind, tofu or pineapple, but the most memorable version, one that can arouse nostalgia, is always the fish/pork braised in a clay pot on a wood-burning stove, topped with some black pepper. Braised gobyIngredients: 500 grams of goby, green onion, shallot, black pepper, chili, sugar, salt, fish sauce.Preparation:Clean the fish and strain. In the countryside, people usually put the fish in a bamboo basket and rub it with banana leaves or bamboo leaves to remove its slime. But in case you cannot find those leaves, use a knife to scrape the fish and then clean it with salt.Put the macrobiotic pot on the stove and make the caramel … [Read more...] about How to braise tasty fish and pork without wood-burning stove
(VEN) - Philips Lighting N.V officially renamed it Signify on May 16, 2018. The renaming is considered a further development step of the world’s leading lighting company after it separated from the Philips Group in May 2016 to become an independent operator. Antonio Espada Cid, General Director of Signify in Vietnam, said with this change in its name, the company targets new heights in the future. Antonio Espada Cid, General Director of Signify in Vietnam Changes Signify is the new name of Philips Lighting, a world leader in integrated LED lighting, including entire systems, software and services. While the company has a new name, its product brand - Philips - remains unchanged, as Philips has become one of the most popular and trusted electronic brands in the world, which is associated with a lot of inventions and breakthroughs created by the group over the past century plus. Through a copyright agreement with the Royal Philips Group, Signify expects the … [Read more...] about Changing to reach new heights
Kevin Kisner plays out of a green-side bunker on the 18th hole during his first-round 66 on the opening day at Carnoustie. (AFP/Paul ELLIS) Kisner went out in one of the first groups just before 8.00am (3.00pm Singapore time), yet his five-under-par round of 66 was not beaten all day as reigning champion Jordan Spieth and other big names struggled to properly get to grips with the Scottish links. That means Kisner is a shot clear at the top of the leaderboard. "The golf course is great for me," said the 34-year-old, who led going into the final round of last year's PGA Championship before finishing tied for seventh. "Going forward, you never know what you're going to have in Scotland. I know the rain is coming in tomorrow," added Kisner, who is sharing a house with Spieth and several other US stars this week. Kisner had an eagle and four birdies in his round on a perfect summer's day on Scotland's east coast, and he leads from compatriot Tony Finau and the South African duo of Erik … [Read more...] about Kisner leads, McIlroy starts well at British Open as Spieth splutters
Viet Nam News By Phan Triều Hải Ever since her 32nd birthday last year, Vy had been afraid of gaining belly fat. So instead of eating cheese and drinking lots of beer before sleeping, the couple only drank two small glasses of beer at dinner. The weather in Sài Gòn encouraged beer consumption. Cao thought Sài Gòn was the best place to drink. This city had all sorts of problems: crowdedness, noise, heat, suffocation, traffic, lack of hygiene, pollution and beer was the solution that could dissolve all these issues in the fastest way. A gulp of beer enabled people to endure and relax, and made them irritable but energetic enough to do unexpected things. Beer lovers would never feel tired of Sài Gòn. Nor was there a better place for beer to show off its ability to excite, relieve stress, connect friends or accompany a solitary person. Nevertheless, Cao rarely went out to drink. He wasn’t social. Cao always wanted to be alone. His world … [Read more...] about Cold Beer