July 11th, 2014
How accurate is this?
“A vivid imagination is your forte. Whether channeled into the arts, the sciences, or business, your gift for visualizing your dreams and ideas helps you materialize them. On one level you are a shrewd and ambitious go-getter determined to further your own interests. But on another level you’re a compassionate crusader for the rights of others. The sensitivity and empathy associated with the nine’s vibration tempers the power and intensity of yours, but it doesn’t prevent you from taking assertive action when you deem it necessary.
In business, you can shine in public relations, advertising, or sales. Your understanding of people’s problems suits you for an occupation connected to medicine, psychology, education, law or politics.”
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January 5th, 2014
First of all, Ah Doe wishes everyone a smooth and fruitful 2014 year ahead! Don’t over plan your new year resolution, remember to keep it practical and realize it before the next year!
6 years ago, I made a Chinese orchestral version of Gong Xi Gong Xi and shared it at www.ahdoe.com for free. Early this year, I contributed a Western orchestral version and a piano sheet of the same song to Beautiful Mind Charity, knowing that they are setting up mini concerts for charity purpose.
I received several requests within this week for Gong Xi Gong Xi and decided to share the piano sheet version to everyone. Cheers!
About this piano sheet:
1) It’s in original key, A Minor
2) Lyrics are included
Download link for Gong Xi Gong Xi Complete Piano Sheet
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June 6th, 2010
Talking to myself and feeling old
Sometimes I’d like to quit
Nothing ever seems to fit
Hangin around, nothing to do but frown
Rainy days and mondays always get me down
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February 8th, 2010
It’s less than 2 weeks to Chinese New Year!
In order to honour the late singer of this Chinese New Year song, I’ve chosen this song called “Spring returns to the earth”/ “Spring comes around”/ “It’s spring again” – 大地回春 (Whatever, you know what I mean)
Wu Ying Yin (吴莺音) is famous of her nasal voice because it made her singing unique and distinguishable. I believe not many young people like me appreciate Chinese oldies nowadays. Wu Ying Yin was famous in the 1940s, which was the era where songs were recorded with live bands. I don’t really think singers can publish records if they are not good enough back then.
I personally prefer Chinese New Year oldies than those with fire-crackers and Chinese Raps in between.
Da Di Hui Chun (大地回春) Piano Sheet Preview
This piano sheet is in original key (C Major), contains lyrics and chords.
You still have one whole week to practise it.
Download link for Wu Ying Yin’s (吴莺音) Spring returns to the earth (大地回春) Complete Piano Sheet.
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