Today, I've watched a musical with our beautiful FARINI in it. What a way to spend a Sunday afternoon. I had thoroughly enjoyed the entire 3 hours show! It was even more amazing to know that they only had the Thursdays-to-Sundays within 8 weeks for rehearsals. Moreover, 80% of the performers are non-professional performers who are volunteers coming from a vast number of different churches. Regardless, the show had turned out to be awesome, professional, inspiring and entertaining!
As a Christian, we should have a modest a...Read more
If you are in HK and have time next week,
come and watch this musical performance.
I heard that one of AnD's beautiful artists,
FARINI CHANG, is also participating in it!
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Thursday, May 1, 2008 7:30PM to Sunday, May 4, 2008 2:30PM
Following are some work in progress shots.
I have written this as a response to some comments in a blog before, but I would like to feature it again as an individual blog since I really find this quite interesting.
What happened was - a while back, I’ve gone for a holiday to the Philippines with a bunch of friends. One day, we witnessed a Filipino kid do something dangerous and was told by his grand mum that if he does it again, his hands would be “chopped off” !!
Following are the different reactions by my Hong Kong girlfriend and my American ...Read more
No Intelligence Allowed ??!
You may not be aware that Master Chow Keung is actually the “Si Dai” (i.e. the younger learner brother) of another classic kungfu movie icon CHEN KUAN TAI ! Tai Shing Pek Kwar- aka Monkey Kung-fu , is a mystical martial art originated in prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /China around1850's. Both Chen and Chow are students of this style of kung fu.
In 1977, Chen Kuan Tai had written, directed and starred in a movie calledTHE IR...Read more
Here is a sneak preview:
For sure the headline of this blog is very provocative in today’s standard. However, this line is not too uncommon during the colonial era.
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Since " prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /Tibet" is such a hot topic and it concerns both our history and our future, I thought you might be interested to know more about it.prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /
Tibetwas previously called "To Fan". Ever since the Yuan Dynasty in the 13 th century, it has already become part of " Zhong hua minzu" which officially c...Read more
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