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2007-11-27

First blood!

The first blood has been drawn!

And yet again, I was caught off guard, not knowing that the race for medals has begun!

Vietnam currently sits on top of the table, looking down on others. Malaysia's second. But hey, there's a long way to go. Anything could happen.

I hope this Games won't be as controversial as the last one. The last time, Thaksin, the former premier of Thailand accused the organizer of the XXIII Games, Philippines as biased officials. He then nonchalantly declared Thailand could organize the Games better. That, prompted a diplomatic storm in a tea cup. Well, here's Thailand's chance to prove just that. But of course, Thaksin is no more the PM of Thailand. Nevertheless...

And wow! The Sea Games' site is hard to navigate. The template changes instead of staying constant upon entry into certain links. Thus, I'm convinced that the author of the site has done a bad job.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very good Blog

Allen Yuarata said...

Then Thailand should put up a really good show so that they may clean up their name on us from last time. On a blog by Jove Francisco, a Thai commented on a SEA Games article accusing that Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines cheated that's why they camped the Games when it was held there not realizing that they themselves won countless championships when it was held in Thailand.

All I can say for Thailand (especially to Thaksin) is, "Before you point fingers at anyone, MAKE SURE THEY'RE CLEAN!"

Anonymous said...

nice ....

denith said...

When will Cambodia gets a medal? I'm anxious to know...

Jiwa Matahari said...

I was so crushed when Thailand beat our team in yesterday's football match. Still, congratulations to Thailand! The events should be all about sisterhood and brotherhood in the good spirit of sports anyway! Cheers to all my SEA sisters and brothers!