Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Opportunity In Disguise

Our planet is not a paradise-in fact it's more Hell than Heaven.

Japan was punched by a pair of knockers barely three weeks ago. China is still rebuilding Sichuan after the 2008 earthquake. Haiti will require decades to rebuild its destroyed cities and infrastructure. New Orleans still hasn’t repopulated since the arrival of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Indonesia is still traumatized by the 2004 tsunami. The list could go on and on.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Rectal Stimulation to Cure Hiccups.

Yes, you heard me right. Rectal.

A hiccup is a spasm of the diaphragm and the muscles surrounding it. The spasms create a fast contraction, which draws air in. The fast draw causes your vocal chords to close, causing that iconic “hic”.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Monday, March 21, 2011

Five People Who Died In Order to Prove A (retarded) Point

History is full of great men and women who laid down their lives for a cause they believed in; missionaries, scientists, soldiers, warriors, explorers, etc. What the history books don't tell you about, however, is the small handful of small-brained people who've given their lives for causes that really didn't matter to anyone but them.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Andy Gray and Richard Keys Fired for Making Sexist Remarks

I don't mind whether it's a man, a woman or even an elephant refereeing a game of mine... As long as they do it properly-Corby Manager Graham Drury.

Two of the most prominent football pundits in the BPL became became front page news fodder two months ago for all the wrong reasons; they made an off-air derogatory comments about a female match official, a team executive and sexually suggestive remarks about other women.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Nuclear Rain and Supermoon? Lousy Journalism Strikes Again

An 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit Japan on Friday and soon Facebook was littered with news from Japan.

The tsunami that followed further exacerbated the predicament faced by thousands of stranded Japanese. People started collecting money, aids, head of government offering condolence, some politicians' wife grabbing the headlines with stupendous comments, and pranksters set off to work.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

截止 & Glad to Have You MV

I made these two music videos(MV) for Dayao 2011.

The first song is 截止, which literally means "expiry date". MV talks about a guy that set a 100-days period to wait for his girl, and walked away after that, and he missed something. Pretty touching video. The concept is good. The background music sucks big time, because some people told me the music made them cried whilst watching the video.

The second video, entitled "Glad to Have You" talks about the value of friendship. University life is the final phase of study, and for some, the last place to seek for true friends. There'd be, of course, argument at times, but none of us are perfect. Savor and appreciate friends around you.

The filming took place in the UM campus, was done by a one-man crew from MalcT32 Production, with simple gadgets and camera(Jocelyn Tan's and Ivy Har's Nikon D5000).

The reason I took up the role?
I like filming. I like video editing-though I ain't using premier pro cuz my laptop isn't up to the standard. I like to convey my view and ideas through short films with self-made music(both MV use self-composed song by Yuan Teng, Man Fee, Shi Neng and Cher Wei) and the best thing is that the music arrangement and recording were done by myself =D. Guitarpro Version 5.2

Wish to thank the actress, Yuan Teng, Xin Le, and actors Man Fee, Shi Neng, and Cher Wei for their time and effort over the two-days we spent filming, and not forgetting the director, cameraman, video-editing crew, music arranger, and producer from MalcT32 Production; he is worth every cent paid. =P


Saturday, March 12, 2011

大摇 2011--完美的句号

最后一年,与蔡弥老鸟和 KenFai 合照

Saturday, March 5, 2011

National Geographic Rebutting My Ideas?

I read a news in the National Geographic website moments ago about, yeah... solar storm.

On Valentines' Day 2011, the sun erupted with the largest solar flare seen in four years—big enough to interfere with radio communications and GPS signals for airplanes on long-distance flights.

As solar storms go, the Valentine's Day flare was actually modest. But the burst of activity is only the start of the upcoming solar maximum, due to peak in the year 2013.

The Power of Media (And I'm Talking About 2012, AGAIN!)

Prior to the movie 2012, no one seems to care about the solar storm. Similarly, no one seems to know anything about dreams other than silly god-giving-you-a-hint thing prior to the movie Inception.

While it's good that people are interested in knowing more about the primary source of energy in our solar system now, it is disheartening to note that most of them still believe in nonsense.


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