Day 365/365 -Dec 31st 2011

Day 365/365

I’m so thankful to all of the followers, friends and family who have supported me throughout the year, without all of your supports, I would not have reached to the end of this project. πŸ˜€ Thank you so much! I love you! I love you! I love you!

I have wondered if I’m going to make another photo set of Days 365 in the year 2012 after the end of this project. I think I will probably not be doing the same thing, however, I will continue to blog because I don’t want to disconnect from all the terrific bloggers I’ve met on here throughout the year 2011, and I consider them as my “invisible friends” (friends who are not physically around me, but they are … here in my heart! πŸ˜€ So, next year, I will be starting out a new blog and this time would not be a post-a-day blog, but a post-a-week blog. I hope you all will still like it. πŸ˜€

Happy New Year to all my invisible friends! πŸ˜€

Here is the link to my new blog:


Day 364/365 -Dec 30th 2011

Day 354/365

An Unkonwn Hill next to Penha Hill

…Three…Two…One…Jump! πŸ˜€

Day 363/365 -Dec 29th 2011

Day 363/365

At the Guia Hill

I guess this is one of my final third images of this year. Time flies and now there are only a few more days left to ring in the New Year of 2012! πŸ˜€ Yey!

Day 362/365 -Dec 28th 2011

Day 362/365

Busiest Street

Since almost everyone is doing a year in review, it makes me feel the urge to do it as well. πŸ˜€


Skywalk New Year

Macau Tower


Day 1/365 – Happy New Year everyone!
Today, we had successfully walked the walk, around the main outer-rim of Macau Tower, 233 meters above ground.

Day 17/365

Fortaleza do Monte

Day 17/365 – I added the star map from SkySafari (a planetarium program installed in my Iphone) to the original photo. If the sky was dark enough, we would had seen this magnificent night sky as displayed in the picture. The faint band of light across the sky you see in the picture is the beautiful milky way. I have always wanted to see the milky way with my naked eyes. But here in Macau, light pollution means that I never have a chance. If you can see the milky way when you look up at the sky, please let me know where the place is, someday in the future I will go there.

Day 130/365

Feast of the Drunken Dragon

Day 130/365 – “The Feast of the Drunken Dragon has an interesting history. Legend has it that during the Qing Dynasty, villagers of mainland China were attacked with a plague. They called upon the Buddha to protect them, by parading a large statue of the Buddha through village streets. During the procession, a python (believed to have been sent from heaven)…(Read the full post)

Day 132/365

Sai Van Bridge

Day 132/365 – There are three bridges in Macau city. The oldest one is the Governor Nobre de Carvalho Bridge, also known as the Macau-Taipa Bridge, which is a dual-lane two-way bridge connecting Macau Peninsula and the island of Taipa. Opened to traffic in 1974. The second one is the Bridge of Friendship, also known as the New Macau-Taipa Bridge, it is a four-lane, two-way bridge which connects Macau Peninsula near the Reservoir and Taipa Island.

Day 289/365

I Love Trees

The third one, the newest one, is the Sai Van Bridge. The bridge connects Macau Peninsula and Taipa Island. It features…(Read the full post)

Day 289/365 – Last night I had a wonderful dream. I dreamed of a tree that was talking to me, and it asked me when it was the last time I spend time in nature.

Day 14/365

Ruins St. Paul


Day 14/365 – Hi Hi! I’m taking my sweet sweet cousin to Ruins St. Paul, and today I learn that she likes panda! XD I’m going to get her one! ^.^ Shhhhhhhhhh

Day 30/365

Hac Sa Reservoir Park

Day 30/365 – Today I brought him here to Hac Sa Reservoir Park to visit my dear uncle who works at the Tea Bar in the park. This is my first time to the reservoir, and I find out this is a very nice place to spend some time. There are pedal boats for hire and walking trails with beautiful scenery around the reservoir. (Read the full post)

Day 100/365

Guia Fortress

Day 100/365 – Yey! I make it to Day 100 of 365 Days!!!!

Day 120/365– Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) Exhibition is really great! ^0^ If you are one of his fan you can’t miss the exhibition! Here I list the items you will expect to see in the exhibition:…The exhibition hall is not very big, but big enough to spend the whole day there (if you are one of those who would read every single word and watch all of the videos shown in the exhibition). We had spent more than 6 hours there and still no time to watch the video in the astronomical theater.

Day 120/354

Hong Kong Science Museum

Day 268/365 – Linkin Park A Thousand Suns World Tour at Singapore Grand Prix 2011. This is my 5th time to watch Linkin Park live! I feel so lucky and grateful to watch them live again! I like them so much since 2004. The band has become a part of my life as their songs are amazing which can lift up my spirit and ease my soul.

Day 268/365

Linkin Park Live in Singapore Grand Prix

To me, Linkin Park are the best band ever on earth. Their musics do make me feel. No matter what they sing, I will always love to listen to their songs. Moreover, I would like to say thank you to Mike Shinoda, because he is an inspiration and he has made wonderful impacts on my life. Like, painting and writing musical pieces.

Day 309/365

Sending duckies to swim!


Day 309/365 – Instead of going for a jog at the Guia Hill like I usually do on every Saturday mornings, I come to the Black Sand Beach and relax. Look! I’m sending “duckies” to swim!

Day 235/365

I See What You See


Day 235/365 – You See What I See! … I See What You See! @ o @

Day 290/365 – Paper Aeroplane: Never give up on your dreams. There is always a way to make your dreams a reality.

Day 290/365

Paper Aeroplane

Day 315/365 – Today,Β  2011-11-11, is considered to be a date with a very special meaning. Many couples just get married on this date. They believe that their marriage will be blessed and last forever. Today, also is the Remembrance Day in Canada and in Australia, which commemorates the sacrifices of people in all armed conflicts, also is the Veterans Day in United States, and Singles’ Day (a pop culture holiday) in China.

Day 315/365

The program "Invisible Wounds of War"

By coincidence, I saw this video on MikeShinoda’s blog, and felt deeply touched by the name of the program – “Invisible Wound of War”. Here, in this video, Lisa Ling talks about “Invisible Wound of War”, an episode about veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).


Day 45/365 – Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!

Day 63/365 – Happy Birthday to my dearest mother! ^0^
I love you, mom and dad!

Day 351/365 – Friendship: Thank you so much babies for the dinner and the presents! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ I love you babies!!! I had a great night!

Day 361/365 -Dec 27th 2011

Day 361/365

Hot Chocolate

Please allow me to take a break and enjoy this little cup of hot chocolate!

Day 360/365 -Dec 26th 2011

Day 360/365

Pousada de SΓ£o Tiago

Don’t point at me! >u< People say that there is the smallest chapel with no more than 10 seats in this fortress hotel. Where is that chapel?

Pousada de SΓ£o Tiago: was originally a fortress built by the Portuguese in the early 17th century to defend Macau against hostile European nations and local pirates, then after many years it was transformed into a Portuguese style hotel known today as Pousada de SΓ£o Tiago.

Day 359/365 -Dec 25th 2011

Day 359/365

Midnight Mass

Midnight Mass at St. Lawrence’s Church (Igreja de Sao Lourenco).