Thursday, February 25, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
第一次在新加坡的演唱会！Esplanade Concert Hall, it's the first time i catch a performance in this place i think.
Was all the way at the 2nd last row.
Music was a bit too loud at times. Overwhelmed the singing a little?
She's great though! 变幻莫测！love her voice LIVE more than over mp3s..
will be there again should she hold a concert here. :)
don't have the list of songs she sang cause to be honest..do not know most of her songs..muahaha.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
有一部分看得有点blur。但整体上is pretty entertaining.
lots of laughs. 吵架也能变得很艺术。
the guy who acted as the "2" bosses is hilarious!
很流行的Nobody 和 Sorry, Sorry 都有登场。
i thought 何韵诗 is HOT in it。not in a sexy kind of way..but definitely the kind that i find attractive.
超长的。11.45pm then end! start at 8+?
Monday, February 15, 2010
Dreams,dreams,they used to be so beautiful…
Dreams of you and me…
也剛好天雨 Bye bye baby
Dreams,dreams,they used to be too beautiful…
Dreams of me and you…
也剛好天明 Bye bye baby
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Tuesday, February 09, 2010
a children's book. i really like it though.
bout a boy whose family got murdered, how he was brought up in the graveyard by ghosts. what's not to like bout a story like that?
it's by neil gaiman, author of Sandman.
The Graveyard Book is a children's fantasy novel by British-born author Neil Gaiman. The story is about a boy named Nobody Owens who, after his family is killed by a mysterious man, is subsequently adopted and raised by the occupants of an old graveyard. Gaiman's first full-length children's novel since the bestselling and widely acclaimed Coraline, The Graveyard Book won the 2009 Hugo and Newbery Awards, as well as a Locus Award for best YA novel. It was also shortlisted for the World Fantasy and Locus Awards for Best Science Fiction Novel.
Follows 2 characters.
Kafa Tamura, 15 yo, running away from home.
Old man Nakata, who tracks lost cat, able to talk to them and crossed path with a vicious cat killer.
It's one of the books that after reading..i'm quite clueless as to what's the point..haha it's engaging during the read though.
Kafka on the Shore (海辺のカフカ, Umibe no Kafuka) is a novel by Japanese author Haruki Murakami (2002). John Updike described it as a "real page-turner, as well as an insistently metaphysical mind-bender". Since its 2005 English language release (2006 PEN/Book-of-the-Month Club Translation Prize-winning translation by Philip Gabriel), the novel has received mostly positive reviews and critical acclaim, including a spot on The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2005 and the World Fantasy Award.