Wednesday, October 28, 2015

A hazy Sunday at the beach of Sembawang Park (Or ignore the failed horizon and focus on the guy who was looking for crabs! And Essar Wildcat made a cameo appearance!)

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Catch the trailer, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"! Since it's uploaded on 21/10, it has gathered 27,758,988 views! Expect so much excitement of the show. Heh. The Verge has the article about how "Star Wars: The Force Awakens is obliterating all the movie pre-sale records" while the Atlantic has posed a question: "How Original Can The Force Awakens Be?"

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

I want to ride my (motor) bike!

Saturday, October 03, 2015

of WE ARE THE WORLD FOR NEPAL by NEPALI ARTISTS, Nepal earthquake2015


Check out this clip, "WE ARE THE WORLD FOR NEPAL by NEPALI ARTISTS, Nepal earthquake2015". Published on Oct 1, 2015, the description says:
We are the world for Nepal is an effort to draw more attention to the earthquake victims of Nepal and their families especially children and women.

Shenpenn and his small team went to Nepal after the earthquake to help the children and the vulnerable ones. Shenpenn spent 6 weeks in Nepal with relief efforts and trauma counselling through music, art, story telling and martial arts. This production was executed in 48 hours with only one rehearsal and having to arrange sound, camera crew, Nepali musicians, public figures and kids within those two days.

Everyone had to learn the song in two days and close to a 100 people including the kids came together to do a live recording of this beautiful song with a Nepali flair. Please kindly share and help spread the love for children all over the world. Thank you so much.

Produced and Directed by Shenpenn Khymsar

Impressive. Although the video was only viewed 6656 times since it's published two days ago, it really deserves a thumbs-up for a commendable effort to raise awareness of the Nepal earthquakes (yes, in plural that happened in April & May this year)...and how outrageous it is that Nepal earthquake funds est. US$4.1bn (at least as per 24 Sept 2015) were still unclaimed and unspent despite winter looms for survivors.