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Good Days are Not Good to be Forgotten

I, as a badminton fan, have been dreaming if one day I could take photos with badminton athletes and watch the matches directly. Shouting “INDONESIA” and the athletes’ names to support them who are competing on court. 332 more words

Badminton

CURRENTLY READING: All the library books ever

My new socks arrived this week and I’m in love! And they’re perfect for this library haul. I’m trying to read at least one book by every author I’m going to see at Brisbane Writers Festival and I think I’m making good progress! 49 more words

Books

WEEK FOUR PRACTICAL: PLANNING AHEAD

Assignment 3 of our Media Writing subject requires us to attend an event, then write about and collate related social media information. As we need to attend an event, it is important that we plan ahead to make sure we allow enough time to prepare for it. 451 more words

Writing

Saina Nehwal's Success Mantra

Saina Nehwal, born 17 March 1990 at Hisar in India, is the ace Indian badminton player, who is currently ranked numero uno Women’s Singles 2015 player in the world by… 208 more words

Self - Growth

Lee Chong Wei lost again in BWF World Badminton Championship's Final

It has been a busy weekend for me and things didn’t turn out that well as expected. Yesterday, I went to the ARCHIDEX 2015 on its last day of exhibition. 585 more words

Explosive News And Results

India's Maiden Entry Into World Badminton Championship Final

The ace shuttler from India, Saina Nehwal, has never been short at making the nation proud with her achievements which have added more and more records in her name and glory to the nation. 164 more words

Fitzpatrick heads to Brisbane

At My Door by Deb Fitzpatrick will be her fifth book, adding a younger age group of 7 to 10 year olds to her existing audience of secondary schools and adults. 225 more words

Year 7