Tonight we went down to the HK convention center in Wanchai to attend a press screening of Jackie Chan's new film 'Rush Hour 3':
From what I heard there was some other premiere event with a red carpet or something a few days earlier, but this one ...Read more
I noticed a movie is rated at 100% on the Tomatometer: ' King of Kong: Fistful of Quarters'... so I looked at the trailer. I really want to see this!
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There are few things worse in the world than moving. Aside from a good excuse to throw out stuff, there is little benefit to the act itself. I don't mind changing homes, but I can't say I like moving.
I heard once that the average American moves like 20 times in their life (whereas the average japanese person moves about 2-3: basically - parents house til you're married, then your own place til you die).
Saturday night we met up in LKF to check out the 24 Herbs show at Cixi:
Last week I presented you with this blog about how insanely busy our last two weeks have been.
We're now at the end of that list, I'm about to meet up with the guys for the scuba class out in Saikung. but let me share at least one picture from last night's 24 Herbs show down in LKF. (it was pretty fun, great turnout, lots of AnD artists and members in attendance!)
I was happy to just have a chance to meet Read more
Someone has to introduce this guy to Donald Trump:
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just got home from watching th...Read more
I've shared this photo before... now another 'cock' related photo:
(this was actually the emergency door release on a bus i took from Sheung Shui...Read more
Pat organized a simple dinner tonight to celebrate Andrew's 26th birthday (you probably noticed the spotlight up about it this past day, right?)
We met up at an italian place in Midlevels. Here are a few pics:
Friday night S organized a big party for C at the 'Grand Stage', which is a restaurant/dance hall place on the top of the famed Western Market in Sheung Wan. C is going to be leaving HK soon and it happens that her birthday is coming up, so we rolled both into one. Altogether there were like 40-50 people in our group I think.
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