In writing my feature article about the Freedom Film Fest 2008, which made a stop in Kuching last month, I had the novelty of being censored. I wasn’t aware that there was an official directive regarding this issue because I’m at the feature desk, where we write about unimportant things like movies and food. If the sub-editor didn’t catch it, my ass will probably be sitting unemployed somewhere. I’m
So. We’ve seen this pyramid of Psylence tagged all over Kuching. Now who anything about it? On a related note, I must say that the quality of graffiti in Kuching has improved.
Oue definition of ‘dresshack’: The original meaning of “hack” was a quick, elaborate and/or bodged solution (Wikipedia). At dresshack, our clothing and costuming solutions come in all shapes and forms – quick and clever, elegant facades hiding messy interiors, liberal use of safety pins and glue guns, and lot of experimentation. Being part of a dresshack group with two base of operations that isn’t at my house (no space) means
– Funds for HfH: RM420 – Who wants to raise it to RM450? (Collection ends at the end of this month.) So Time and Money, or at least Time, has come to pass. On Sunday, 6 of us went to Emoi’s house at Kampung Senibong (went back, for 3 of us). Here’s the cast of characters: My good self – journalist, birthday girl (2nd build) Maggie – journalist, colleague, fellow
This is what happens when Kenny Sia links to your blog from one of his entries: Thanks Kenny!