AVAMON singing |MV3 MALAYSIA| .. what do you think?

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AVAMON singing |MV3 MALAYSIA| .. what do you think?

Post  hawadharma on Thu Oct 01, 2009 11:55 pm

<< avamon singing cuba - faizal tahir >>

<<original version>>

I think Avamon's very talented and able to master Malay language quite well for a non-Malay.. (I'm a Malay so I can tell)
What do you think of this cover version?? Very Happy Very Happy

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Post  gundam_kola01 on Sat Oct 03, 2009 8:39 pm

:cheers: Bravo Avamon! You should start singing more international songs. Try some Japanese and Chinese songs too. Laughing

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Post  Johanna :den: on Sat Oct 17, 2009 3:04 pm

As always great singing by Avamon
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Post  Arry on Wed Nov 04, 2009 11:57 am

I like Avamon's version better.. :3


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Post  nirvana on Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:26 pm

Ashes 2010: Australia announce 17-man squad
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Australia have named a 17-man squad for the Ashes series against England which starts in Brisbane on 25 November.

Young batsmen Callum Ferguson and Usman Khawaja, spinner Xavier Doherty and fast bowler Ryan Harris are in a squad which is bigger than the touring party.

Selectors say it will be reduced to a 12 or 13-man group before the Aussies arrive in Brisbane for the opener.

They are hopeful vice-captain Michael Clarke will be fit despite the recurrence of a back problem.

Tasmanian left-arm spinner Doherty was perhaps the most surprising selection, offering Australia a third slow bowling option after Nathan Hauritz and Steve Smith.

Fast bowler Doug Bollinger, Harris and Simon Katich are included despite recent injuries.

Khawaja would be Australia's first Test cricketer of Muslim faith if he makes the final line-up.

Andrew Hilditch, chairman of the selectors, said they wanted to look at the next round of domestic Sheffield Shield matches and the Australia A game against England before trimming the squad.

"From a logistical point of view and with these important games yet to be completed, we have named an extended squad of 17 with 10 days before the first Test begins," he said.

Clarke is among the party despite a long-standing back problem which flared up in a match for New South Wales (NSW) which finished on Saturday.

Bollinger and opening batsman Simon Katich are included after impressing on their returns to grade cricket following stomach and thumb complaints respectively.

Team physiotherapist Alex Kountouris said: "Michael Clarke experienced back stiffness during the recently completed Sheffield Shield game for New South Wales.

"He is expected to recover in time to join the team in Brisbane on 21 November to prepare for the first Ashes Test match."

But Kountouris said paceman Ryan Harris is still suffering from a chronic knee injury which requires ongoing management.

"As such he will not play in the next round of Sheffield Shield games or for Australia A starting on 17 November to allow his knee to fully recover," he said.

"His availability for the first Ashes Test will be determined later this week."

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Katich has made over 4,000 Test runs at an average of 45

Opening batsman Katich, 35, who has 54 Test caps and played in the two losing Ashes campaigns in England in 2005 and 2009, was pleased to have been able to prove his fitness.

"It's good to spend time in the middle and score some runs. The hand feels good," he said after hitting 94 for Randwick Petersham at Coogee Oval.

The left-hander has established himself as a key member of their batting line-up since taking on the role of opener during a tour to the West Indies in 2008.

He has not scored a Test hundred since the first Test against England at Cardiff last year, but seven scores of 75 or over since then underline his consistency and he could open with Shane Watson in Brisbane unless he suffers a setback in his recovery.

Australia's selectors have also received encouraging news about pace bowler Bollinger, who took 1-39 from 12 overs for Fairfield-Liverpool, and has produced some good figures in Test cricket this calendar year, with 29 wickets in seven matches. Bollinger is yet to face England in a Test match.

Australia could only draw the Test series against Pakistan in England before losing 2-0 in India, and there have been calls for changes to be made.

The men under the most pressure are middle-order batsmen Mike Hussey and Marcus North, plus off-spinner Nathan Hauritz.

Hussey has only 112 runs in his past six Test innings, North has been inconsistent and Hauritz has also looked short of form.

But the selectors are taking a cautious approach as they hope Australia can rise to the occasion against an England side who have not won an Ashes series down under since 1986-87.

England, who won the last series at home in 2005, named a 16-man touring party this time.

Australia Test squad: Ricky Ponting (captain), Michael Clarke (vice-captain), Doug Bollinger, Xavier Doherty, Callum Ferguson, Brad Haddin, Ryan Harris, Nathan Hauritz, Mike Hussey, Ben Hilfenhaus, Mitchell Johnson, Simon Katich, Usman Khawaja, Marcus North, Peter Siddle, Steven Smith, Shane Watson

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Post  LeeRain on Tue Nov 23, 2010 5:08 am

New London Sightlines Threaten City Development

Published on 03-07-2009 by Skyscrapernews.com
When it comes to Boris Johnson there's been a lot of talk ever since he was elected on what the impact would be on tall buildings and now it's becoming apparent that the Mayor's proposed revisions to protected sightlines in London could well have a chilling effect on development in the capital.

Hayes Davidson have gone gone through the under-consultation London View Management Framework and without taking a conservative approach compiled their interpretation of new ones together with the old ones.

One of the planned sightlines will slice straight through British Land's Broadgate complex which means plans to erect a 120 metre tall tower designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners on 4 Broadgate will have to be revised. Another possible victim could be Heron Plaza which has been rumoured to be getting a height increase but appears on the fringe of one of the planned views.

The sightlines will also chill other developments on the northern fringe of the city and could end any plans to redevelop Northgate with skyscrapers and also seriously restrict development on Bishopsgate Goodsyard with only the eastern tip unaffected leaving the Broadgate as the sole tall building in the area.

The Broadgate Tower has not however proved a controversial addition to London's skyline indicating that perhaps many Londoners value this view less than the current administration running the capital does.

More damaging still to future development would be the combination of sightlines from Waterloo Bridge along with those of and from the Tower of London and City Hall that together will reduce the potential for building tall in the City to only a few small areas with restrictions along Holborn, London Wall, Aldgate, Leadenhall Street, and the whole of the area around Liverpool Street

For example, if British Land wish to renew planning permission for the Leadenhall Building they will fall foul of the plans as the tallest bit of the building that has ironically been planned in an attempt to please the current views but this means it will stand on an area where a viewpoint could run through.

The end result could be a few isolated areas where tall buildings can be built that are bound to have the same effect on the City of London as past restrictions did of driving those who want skyscrapers elsewhere in their search for floor space.

If you want to see more for yourself about where the sightlines will potentially go Hayes Davidson has set up a blog, complete with some comments on what they think further guidance is needed on and a zoomable map. You can find it at www.lookingatlondon.co.uk

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