Happy Easter for all!!
Unfortunately I don't know anything about Chinese businness but I am
interested in receiving some sample pages of your book and give you
From: CREA-CPS Creativity and Creative Problem Solving
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Yew Kam Keong
Sent: 11 April 2003 15:44
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Chinese business Innovations
I'm now preparing a paper on Chinese business innovations for an
international Chinese Entrepreneur Convention. Could anyone provide me
with some examples of successful recent (within the last few years)
Chinese business innovations ? I'll email my paper to those who submit
such examples as a token of my appreciation.
I'm also writing a new book on " TIPS ON RAISING CREATIVE AND HAPPY
HILDREN" to be publish by June. If you are interseted, I could forward
some sample pages for your comments.
Cheers and thansk for your help.
Yew Kam Keong(YKK)
Chief Mind Unzipper, Mindbloom Inc.
Visit www.mindbloom.net for a Mind Unzipping Experience!
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From: Barbara Allison-Simpson <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Saturday, April 5, 2003 11:29 am
Subject: Alan's Creativity Challentges 2003-13
> Alan's Creativity Challenges 2003-13
> The past week I have been living in and exploring
> Seoul, Korea. That has sparked this Challenge.
> Plan to explore your town, city, neighborhood this
> Spend time in a large park and enjoy as much of it as
> you can.
> Take a trip on the public bus or subway system. Go to
> an area you have never been to and survey it.
> Go to a museum of your choice: art, history...etc.
> Go a sporting event or game in an area you normally do
> not go to from school teams to professional
> Go visit a shopping area you have never been to.
> The go is to explore, be curious, be spontaneous and
> open to learning and experiencing new things and new
> Have a creative week.
> Wandering Alan on his way to Teipei, Taiwan