WHEW! Sunday. Sunday. Sunday! What a week! Might be my imagination, but time flies justa tad bit quicker here in HK.
Here's an breakdown of some of the things I did this week. I did a little bit of...
Shout out to Tracy for hooking us up with these great tix! The "corsaging" was ok, but the Olympic spirit was the shizznit and t...Read more
August 8, 2008. 8:03pm, Times Square, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Where were you when it happened?
INT. KITCHEN - NIGHT.
SIMON YIN, a portly (yet handsome) Chinese boy, gets home from a wonderful event at the Watermark Restaurant.
As he opens up his goodies from the local 7-11 market, he is aghast!
What the F- - CK?
The chicken, as advertise...Read more
I had three kids cry in class today.
Man, are kids mean! I had forgotten how sad and lonely it can be to be the kid that is constantly being picked on. Some of these kids don't know how to pronounce the word, "live" but, boy, do they know how to ...Read more
When you are the FEATURED ARTIST on Alive not Dead! Holla! Thanks to everyone at AnD for the feature!
1. Out of all the pictures in the universe, you guys chose that one? I look like a deformed monkey! HAHA (or according to Mr. Rob Lok, a deformed panda).
2. Patrick Lee likes me with hair better.
3. How come in Hong Kong, ya'lls printer paper is longer than it is in the States? Nothing fits into any of my folders!
4. I'm in the process of shoot...Read more
When kids who haven't even reached puberty yet start singing your songs.
Shout out to my boy JIN, whose CANTO album is gonna be released August 6 (as if you didn't know!)!
Make sure you go out and get it!
Alright, JIN, I did it....can I get my $100 HKD now? :)
Just got back from the Dov Simens 2 Day Film School. I must admit that the course was completely fascinating and completely motivating. But it was very hard to concentrate with this guy sitting to my left...
this guy to my right....Read more
Wow. I've been in Hong Kong for over a month now. It feels like a lot longer than that, but at the same time, it feels a lot shorter. Is that even possible?
So, the reason that I came over to HK in the first place was to teach kids On-Air Hosting and Film/TV Production...and after my first couple of days, I bow down to ALL teachers around the world. I can say that it is the toughest thing in the world! I have an entire new found respect for teachers...especially those that teach younger ki...Read more
Since Taipei is so close to HK, I decided to go and check it out. I haven't been back in over 20 years.
Also, it was pretty cool that this building was there, too: