Sunday, November 21, 2010





Friday, October 22, 2010

Relax My Friend!

Hong Kong  MTR experienced an unanticipated accident (accident is always unexpected / unanticipated for those who actually wonder on that!) whereby one of the power cables was loosen between two major stations during morning rush hour. It caused great inconvenience to many passengers and arranged shuttle to transport strained passengers to the nearest functional station (which is actually 10 mins by foot). Many passengers were furious about the accident (or more accurately on MTR) for many reasons such as (1) late for work, (2) strained in the station for 15 mins??,  (3) unable to get on shuttle to the next station which is mere 10 mins by foot or  (4) MTR should have notified them earlier.

Wake up and relax my friends! They called it an accident for a reason! Accident happens, stop blaming or complaining and get on with it! Your yelling will not help the matter by a single bit! Although MTR is a semi-public company, I seriously doubt they want such accident to happen right? I noticed that more people nowadays like to blame or complain for the sake of doing so to make themselves feel better to feel "just?"

Is it true that ... "Our culture peculiarly honors the act of blaming, which it takes as the sign of virtue and intellect." --- Lionel Trilling ... ?

Sunday, October 3, 2010

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Thursday, August 26, 2010


Miniature Food

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


No 34 Tram

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Saturday, August 7, 2010



A lonely bottle in World Expo 2010, Shanghai

Friday, August 6, 2010



Taken in Shanghai at a French restaurant. The food was wonderful, but one has to admire its courage for having its menu in French only. Oh wait, is "courage" the right word? perhaps "slightly arrogant"?

Thursday, August 5, 2010



A wall-papered Iceland Pavilion? Makes sense i guess considering their national financial conditions?

Wednesday, August 4, 2010



Taken in World Expo 2010 Shanghai. They never moved even I tried to snap very close to their face.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010


Taken by iPhone with Best Camera App.

Monday, August 2, 2010


30 July 2010

A snapshots taken in SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

Sunday, August 1, 2010


30 July 20101

Serving Hong Kong for many years, the Tram we call ding ding, always so pack, 
Carrying passengers day and night, speeding through the city on its track, 
Walking up its old stairs all I can hear is the sound of crack,
I still take it because it is part of Hong Kong's history we should not grow to lack.

Friday, July 30, 2010



The above is a piece of art work I came across somewhere in Central. It is part of a promotional art piece for an  art event coming up. I liked the idea very much and it shows that creativity can be everywhere and based on everyday items such as fries. It is often how you decode an everyday item or a moment in time that such an idea strikes you. If we fill our minds with work or stressful agendas all day long, we would miss out any encounter with creative ideas. It is rather important to sit back and relax, have a cup of coffee and reset / refresh your mind whenever possible.

Thursday, July 29, 2010


No Running this time?

This is Admiralty MTR Station in Hong Kong, one of the key platforms to interchange subway lines. More than often you see people running across the platform to catch the leaving train but at the end we all line up together for the door to swing open. We spent a great deal of time waiting, for example: we wait for the bus, we wait for the taxi, we wait the the lift, we wait for food to be served, we wait in line to pay, we wait for our coffee to be made, we wait for our computers to start up, we wait for the phone to reconnect once we exit a lift, we wait the cake to be baked and the list continues. The question is, what do you usually think about when you are in the state of waiting? ...

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


Rush, rush,  rush, every morning we rush,
Extra 5 minutes in bed means hair I did not brush,
Onto the train we push, push and push, 
Soon someone is like slush, ice we crush
Checking out the lovely girl in front, her smile I blush
Why is my hair not brush! 

Tuesday, July 27, 2010



Upon the night sky I stare, 
How the moon light shine and flare, 
Laugh out loud if you dare, 
Because it is the beautiful view that all I care, 
Smile from the heart as desired for the chance can be rare.   

Monday, July 26, 2010



I am no artist by any standard, I am just someone who started doing Art Jamming recently for fun. After a few sessions, I started to realize how painting and writing can be so similar at times. Ideas and creativity are needed but when I use those two terms, I have no specific definition for them. In other words, I think we should not be bounded by any pre-defined definition of what a good idea is or how to judge a painting. Of course there are some "objective measures" in how to appreciate a piece of work (both writings and paintings) but we should not be fixated within that framework or for a lack of a better word, box. Think of out the box and appreciate art / works the way you like it. Writing what you feel like and painting what you have in mind at that moment. Both writing and painting are ways to express oneself. There is no right or wrong answer, just let yourself go sometimes! 

Sunday, July 25, 2010



With so many options out there, why on earth would the organizer of the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival (which included the commercially sponsored SaSa 2010 Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races held on the 25th July 2010) use these visual ugly barges to fence out the waterfront? I bet it cost dearly to hire those commercially run barge to just anchor there for the 2 -3 days of the event. Again, there are so many other options, more visually appealing options I am sure! Did I mention the organizer of the event is the Home Affairs Department of the HKSAR government? Way to go Hong Kong aka Asia's World City!