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Are Violent Video Games Harmful to Society?

Jun 5, 2019
Are Violent Video Games Harmful to Society?

In this essay I will be looking at the issue of whether or not violent video games (VVGs) are harmful to society. Some research questions I will consider are, ‘What makes video games violent?’...

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Levi & boys competing

Jul 11, 2012
Levi & boys competing

Here is Levi, Rajendra, William and KB playing some pool together. We went grocery shopping that day and were walking around in the late afternoon and when I saw this pool table, I thought it is perfect for them... hehe. To let them have a break and some fun...

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All about Vajra Yogini (5th Chat Quiz)

May 5, 2012
All about Vajra Yogini (5th Chat Quiz)

Below are the questions and answers for the 5th blog chat quiz. Joey Wong really did a good job answering 3 out of 7 questions correctly hence winning the quiz!! It is very exciting to see more and more people participating in the chat quizzes. For the 5th chat quiz, 27 people participated!...

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Sudoku Puzzles

Oct 2, 2011
Sudoku Puzzles

I thought I would add this sudoku game to my blog so that you can sometimes take a break from your work for a few minutes and relax with a game of sudoku. Enjoy...

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Playing Monopoly

Jun 7, 2011
Playing Monopoly

Kb, Monlam and Pastor Loh Seng Piow work very well together and help me alot in my daily affairs… They are very harmonious… I like them plenty… Alot of the things I can accomplish is because of them. They live with me and stay in the same house with me. When I travel, two...

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