I haven't lived in Hong Kong for a long time,and I always avoided going back in the typhoon season, so typhoon seems to be really distant to me...but then I still have a lot of memories about typhoon.
I remember when I was small, I lived in a really tall and old building, when typhoon no.9 hit, I could actually feel the building tilting. I mean, it wasn't like it was going to collapse, but it was really "moved" by the strong wind...so it was pretty scary.
However, on the other hand, most students welcome...Read more
I just had a meeting with another fellow AND artist Kit Hung last week. Kit was here for the screening of his film "Soundless Wind Chime" (premiered at Berlin Film Festival earlier this year) in San Francisco.
We had lunch in Japan town and shared quite some filmmaking experience. The market of independent film is so small in HK, so it is especially encouraging to see films like his getting made.
I also managed to do an interview with him for...Read more
It's really shocking to hear that MJ is dead. Honestly, I am not really his fan, but I agree that his song and his performance are really powerful and succeed in drawing your attention.
when you realize that a kid growing up in hk in the 80s who didn't listen to english pop songs at all but could still recognise MJ and could even sing a bit of his popular songs like beat it, billie jean, smooth crinimal, bad, you know the definition of "king of pop" and you could feel the influence....
Do you know what this is? haha...i guess girls probably know the answer better..
was browsing on youtube and found some old CM, these are the one I grew up watching, so it kinda brought back quite some memories..
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Look at this news header (the left one) below: '
You read "Supes compared with Nazis" and you got the only three Chinese supervisors on top, and then you click the article http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/06/09/BABD183R7G.DTL and you ...Read more
Don't forget your dream!