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Hitting the reset button – on your career

By Harry Hodge So reinvention is nothing new for me. I’ve changed jobs more times than people change hairstyles. But it’s taken me a long time for me to get to a point in my life where I can (somewhat) … Continue reading

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Year of the Dog will bring changes galore

By Harry Hodge So I quit my job. But I got two more. My son will start daycare. My mother-in-law will move out. We’re going to take the kids to Canada later in the year. The Year of the Dog … Continue reading

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Heat gift-wrap Tet treat in overtime win

  By Harry Hodge Down by one with under 20 seconds left in the game. Vietnamese national team member To Quang Trung heads to the free throw line. Regional starter Moses Morgan fouled out with just over three minutes left … Continue reading

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Everybody was Kung Fu fighting as Heat win thriller

By Harry Hodge A sold-out crowd, roaring at the top of their lungs. Numerous lead changes in the final quarter. A last-minute steal and bucket to ice the win. The Saigon Heat and China‚Äôs Chong Son Kung Fu put on … Continue reading

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The Heat Is On – Word Vietnam 2018

New coach. New players. New season for the Saigon Heat. Words Harry Hodge After three seasons of making the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) playoffs but failing to go beyond the first round, the Saigon Heat may be poised for a … Continue reading

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2017 – a year of accomplishments or unrealized potential?

Every year is a series of checks and balances. I used to sit back around this time every year and weigh up whether it was “good” or not, in terms of career success, relationships, health or sporting achievements and the … Continue reading

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Recapturing the art of the self-scrutiny (or: Accountability need not be shameful)

  By Harry Hodge So I used to work in Beijing. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before… It’s a good one. I was employe by the China Daily, a propaganda outlet for the Chinese government as a “foreign … Continue reading

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