Archive for February, 2011

Day 59/365

I really don’t like wearing this kind of shoes. > . <

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Day 58/365

My new evening dress.

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Day 57/365

Macau Plaza

Looking for a dress to wear at Kam’s wedding banquet.

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Day 56/365

In a park

A Path…

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Day 55/365

Reflection of me and the surroundings, at Fortaleza do Monte

I haven’t brought my camera stand with me today, but luckily, there is a friendly tourist from England who passes by and borrows me his small stand to take this picture. Thank You very much, and I hope he enjoys the rest of the trip here in Macau! πŸ™‚

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Day 54/365

At Home

At home, reading “Watch Your Dreams”, by Ann Ree Colton.

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Day 53/365

I’m just wandering around.

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Day 52/365

Watch Your Dreams, by Ann Ree Colton

Watch Your Dreams, by Ann Ree Colton. As I’ve just started reading the book, I don’t have much to say about it.

Here is the brief description of the book: “…In her research, she discovered that there are seven dream levels, and that there is a progressive process and sequence in one’s dreams that reveals the initiatory action in one’s life. Watch Your Dreams describes the spiritual significance of dreams and discusses the Night Ministry, during which one may aid others, research the higher worlds, learn of past lives, and gain prophetic insight into coming events…”

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Day 51/365


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Day 50/365

Igreja de Sao Lazaro

On a rainy day.

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Day 49/365

Cineteatro de Macau

The movie Hereafter explores the subject of death and afterlife, and the greatest unanswered metaphysical question of all time – “What happens to us after we die?”. It has three unconnected stories in the beginning, then fate has brought the three main characters of the stories together at the end. I’ve been expecting to watch this movie since I first watched the movie trailer in few months ago . πŸ™‚


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Day 48/365

Traditional & Creative Rabbit Lantern Exhibition

Traditional & Creative Rabbit Lantern, an exhibition by Carlos Marreiros and Friends, is now showing at A2 Gallery at Calcada da Igreja de Sao Lazaro, number 8. This exhibition combines Chinese traditional techniques with contemporary creativity and presents works by artists from Macau, China, Portugal, Italy and Holland.

From the brochure:

“…According to the tradition of the Lantern Festival or the Yuan Xiao Festival, families gather together to have “Tang Yuan”, balls of glutinous rice, sometimes rolled around a filling of sesame, peanuts or red beans. The traditional “Tang Yuan” is often cooked in red-bean or ginger soup, the round shape of the balls symbolizes the wholeness and unity of the families.

All over the world most people recognize February 14th as the Valentine’s Day, however, according to the Chinese Tradition, the occasion must be celebrated on the 15th day of the first lunar month, the first day of full moon, which is the Chinese Valentine’s Day. Tradition says that, on this day, Chinese ladies emphasized their beauty to go out with friends and anxiously waiting to find their lovers. Therefore, many themes of Chinese romantic love stories are related with the Chinese Lantern Festival…”

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Day 47/365

Lago Nam Van

Life doesn’t always guarantee happiness. I accidentally broke my friend’s fisheye lens, and at the same time, I screwed up my trip to South Korea. I’m sorry! 😦

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Day 46/365


What do you see? Beauty or ugliness? My dearest dear made me this sock doll. I found it looked very ugly when I first saw it! It has got two horns on its head and a pair of red eyes, which looked like very much a red eyed monster. He told me it was a cow, and red color symbolized passion. 0_O

Sometimes, I wonder how do our minds recognize beauty and ugliness.

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Day 45/365

Number Eight Restaurant

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone! ^0^

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Day 44/365

Catching the Light

(I haven’t applied any Photoshop effects on the picture. Only crop and image resize.) πŸ™‚

I don’t know much about physics, but still have some kind of interest in the Large Hadron Collider. I’m curious about how physicists use this giant atom smasher in hopes of finding the so-called “God Particle”.

Yesterday, after visiting “Dialogue In The Dark”, I and Ken went to attend a seminar in Hong Kong Space Museum Auditorium. The topic of the seminar was “Finding The God Particle”. A man asked the lecturers what if the LHC doesn’t find the Higgs Boson, the “God Particle”, and what if it does. One of the lecture thought for a moment. His reply was quite simple: “I would lose my job if the particle was found.” πŸ™‚

The Higgs Boson is thought to be a god particle that gives all other matter its mass, without which gravity could not work. If the LHC found the Higgs Boson, it would open the door to unlock one of the biggest mysteries about the origins and nature of matter. After that, we may have new answers about the origin of our universe, the dark matter and dark energy, the existence of extra dimensions of space and many others. πŸ™‚

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Day 43/365

Dialogue In The Dark

My loving dearest dear has brought me to Hong Kong early this morning to visit “Dialogue In The Dark Experiential Exhibition”! I can’t believe that this is my Valentine’s Eve gift! HaHa! Thank You! πŸ™‚

The exhibition lasts for 75 minutes. There is a visually impaired guide who guides us to walk through a completely darkened exhibition, where sounds, smell and textures have become the essential tool for us to explore the unseen without eyes.

We are first given a walking stick and lead into a room with only dim light. Then we are introduced to our guide Henry. Henry has got a strong and confidence voice, and his tone of voice makes me “see” he is a caring and warm person. In the journey, he guides us through the path and helps us interact with the objects and environment around us without seeing them. He first leads us to a garden, where different types of trees and flowers are everywhere. Then we walk through a wood bridge, passing by a waterfall, birds are singing, and then we come to Mr. Kam’s house. There are many places to explore in the journey. Just let the imagination to go wildly and the experience will be hard to forget. πŸ™‚

I enjoy it so much. I figure out that sometimes we can see much more with our heart than the eyes. Thank You, Henry! πŸ™‚

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Day 42/365

Mount Fortress

Creating heart shapes. ^.^

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Day 41/365

42 Red Envelopes. These are lucky pocket money I’ve been collecting from family, relatives, coworkers and some other people who I don’t really know. Can you guess how much money are there? πŸ™‚

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Day 40/365

My love song in progress.

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