This weekend, i hung out with DJ Tommy and Jahan in HK, we talked about our life, recent happenings, and future projects. I must say things become pretty exciting when we have a common goal… looking forward
nice Chrysler Tommy.
You have been my inspiration, the perfect example of the musician, the performer, the dancer, the singer, the King of all music, period.
My every move in music has been deeply influenced by yours. And I’m proud to be that. The only person I feel proud to be shouting out, “I’m your fan.”
Michael Jackson, thank you for showing the world your God-annointed passion and determination for music and style.
Your legend will live on, not just in...Read more
Cheers to Beijing, for a beautiful turn out during our stop over!
Bumped into “Da Mouth” during one of my campus concert tours, pleasant surprise!
Lead Singer, Harry
Finally, i got my m8 fixed, it was a problem with the shutter… seemed like quite a few m8 owners had the same problem,
but shout out to the guys in Leica who got my baby fixed really quick and f.o.c, thanks!
Now, back to capturing life!
This time round i got myself a new lens! the 1:1.4/50 ASPH SUMMILUX… really a beauty, and its silver body sits perfectly with my green safari base!
Same lights, different delivery…
Finally got a few hours to spare, and I chilled with my folks Harry and Alan back in Taipei,
in the comfort of Studio One Cafe…
We were bored, so i picked up the guitar and we did a little cheesy act entitled, Studio One!
We should do one everytime we meet, hur hur hur…
guess i’ll have to make do with my d-lux 4 in the meantime Read more
For those of you who’ve never been to Taiwan, or heard of the Taiwanese local language, Hokkien, here’s a, introduction to the language,
POP style~ it’s pretty hilarious, and cheesy i think… but the lyrics at the chorus actually means umbrella and rain, which is deeper than the original “umbrella, ella, ella…ey…ey…”
給所有從來沒來過台灣, 或從來沒聽過台灣的地道福建語言的人, 這裡有一個讓你對福建更了解的介紹.
流行風格~ 我覺得蠻好笑的,也有點俗氣... 可是在中段的歌詞真的是在說雨傘和雨, 跟本來的歌曲 "Umb...Read more
Last night was our boys’ night out… to watch a boy’s movie, Terminator: Salvation.
The movie started out dope, all the way till the middle part, when it starts to become more and more expected, losing the initial tempo that made it tight.
The ending was a little gay when the director took closeups of John Conner and Marcus Wright looking into each other’s eyes… but besides that it was an above average sequel to one of my favorite sci-fi series Read more