Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Hi everyone!

Well I hope everyone is having a great summer and enjoying the
weather, wherever you are! I would just like to let all of you know
that I have started to blog through a different application called
twitter! Now, first of all, I just want to say sorry to all those
who've been waiting patiently for my update. I am truly sorry, but I
welcome you to follow me on my twitter page (as some of you may know
already). You can join twitter, if you don't have an account, and
follow me. It's free to sign up and you are not obligated to tweet,
you can decide to only follow whomever you wish to follow. It's truly
amazing! So please continue to follow me, but on twitter :D I'd also
like to let everyone know that my new website will have a link to my
twitter page as well. It will be the same address as presently, except
it will have a "new look". Thanks for all of your continued support
and I hope you will continue to follow me!

Wishing you all the best,

Patrick Chan

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Hi everyone!
Well I wanted to send a quick message to everyone after finally coming
home. I would like to say thank you to everyone who has been cheering
for me up until now and will continue to do so. I would like to give a
special thanks to all of the fans in Korea for sending me all of those
amazing gifts that I finally received at my home. So this is a quick
thanks to all my friends, family and fans for putting in the time in
watching me skate and cheering me on. I shall write very soon with
another update as to how my condition is. All the best and take care!


Saturday, February 28, 2009

Hi everyone!
Well it has been quite a season so far with ups and downs. But I must tell you that so far I have had the most fun thus far after coming back from a great skate at the nationals and a great skate at the Four Continents in Vancouver. Four Continents was an eventful and great learning opportunity. Maybe some of you didn't know, but the Four Continents was an official testing event for the Olympic games in less then a year. It is required for each venue, of each sport, to hold an event as if it were the Olympic games. This means that all of the setup inside, (change rooms, where the media will be, etc.) was identical to what it will be in a year. It was awesome because I got a chance to get comfortable with how things were, during the whole week. I was actually uncomfortable at the beginning with how it was, but by the end it was great. I'm now in Toronto, and not in Florida. I've had to come back home because I had to finish my last year of school and finally graduate! So this also means I've applied to university and I am planning to start next year. But who knows, I might put it on hold since it is going to be a very important Olympic year. Anyways, I've been taking it easy since Four Continents so I can allow myself to come down before I build myself back up for the World Championships. I have a feeling this will be an awesome experience, especially since it is in L.A.
I wish all of you the very best and thanks for visiting my website!

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