Archive for November, 2011

Day 334/365

No Patience

My parents can’t wait to start eating. They don’t know they are just ruining my shot! πŸ˜€

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Day 333/365

Wound In The City

On my left, is Tomato. She is a mural painting illustration artist from Taiwan, who came to Macao for Fringe program, and the about-to-finish mural art on the left is what she is currently making. πŸ˜€

On my right, is Tomato’s … friend? kid? or relative?. Not sure about it.

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Day 332/365

Trapped in the Elevator

Have you ever trapped in an elevator? On Saturday evening last week, I was trapped in an elevator alone when leaving a musical center. The elevator seemed fine in the beginning until I found it exceeded the normal door open time. Then, I tried pressing the open door button and other buttons several times, but no signal seemed to be detected. I pushed the alarm button but I couldn’t hear any sound of the alarm. From that moment, I was so scared, really scared. I checked my cell phone. The signal was quite weak, and it wasn’t able to allow me to make clear phone calls. I kept the cell phone near the door. I called the staff at the musical center immediately, telling them I was trapped in the elevator and asked them for help. Then, I was told to press and hold the open door button a bit longer to see if the elevator could detect the signal. I did what she told me to do, but it still didn’t work. I called my friend then, telling her that I might be late for dinner cause I was stuck in the elevator. I called back the staff lady. Telling her that I was still kept in the elevator and hoping that she could send someone to get me out of it (instead of wasting time to press those buttons – I thought in my mind). Then, she told me she was going to send somebody here and asked me to wait until the engineer arrived. I felt insecure. My heart beats increased dramatically. Also, I started to feel difficulty in breathing, as well as wanted to vomit. I wasn’t feeling well. I asked her how long I would be needed to wait until the engineer arrived. She said she wasn’t able to tell me how long it would take. Also, she told me politely that it wasn’t necessary to call her again before the engineer arrived!!! I didn’t know how long it would take. I called my boyfriend then, telling him what happened and he said he was coming to me right away and told me to call the police immediately. I had already being trapped in the elevator for half an hour and the fear I had made me difficult to breathe.

Finally, I came out safely. The engineer got me out, but at the same time, firemen and police all arrived.

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Day 331/365

Autumn Leave

The first autumn leave I found on the ground! πŸ˜€

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Day 330/365


Celebrating the coming of Winter! ^0^ The weather is getting cooler and cooler these days.

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Day 329/365

A very shy dog

A cute but very shy dog I met in the footwear shop, who doesn’t want to be caught on camera. The owner of the shop says that her dog never allow people to capture his face on camera, so the chance of taking his picture will be at the time when he falls asleep. πŸ˜€

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Day 328/365

Teddy Bear

I want a teddy bear! >u<

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Day 327/365


I feel like I’m catching a cold. I heard people say that taking extra zinc supplements, drink apple juice and gargle with a glass of saltwater throughout the day, may help prevent the cold from fully developing. I hope it works. @0@

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Day 326/365


…it happens at the same place but different time.

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Day 325/365

Upside Down

Have you ever look at the world upside down? πŸ˜€ I can tell you it is really so cool!

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Day 324/365

Fringe Festival

I love listening to guitar music. ^ . ^

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Day 323/365

The 11th Macau Food Festival

At the 11th Macau Food Festival (Japanese food zone).

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Day 322/365

Practice Lap

This year is the 58th Macau Grand Prix. Many motor-racing lovers from different places of the globe have been gathering in the city to attend this event. This 4 days event will be held until November 20th, and this year, the Macau Formula Three Grand Prix continues to be one of the best highlights of the race, which features many national Formula 3 champions and drivers around the world.

The Guia Circuit is considered to be one of the most challenging street circuits, and its layout has not been modified since its first event in 1954. The total length of the circuit is 6.2km, and the minimum width is 7 m. The fastest lap record in the Formula Three Grand PrixΒ  is 2:10.732 by Edoardo Mortara, from Italy, with Dallara F308-Volkswagen in the year of 2009. This year, Edoardo Mortara will race an Audi R8 LMS GT3 for the team Audi Sport Customer Racing China. I wish him good luck! πŸ˜€

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Day 321/365

Ruins St. Paul, under the rain

A cute little boy suddenly approaches me in the rain and shows me his cute little umbrella his father bought him. πŸ˜€

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Day 320/365

Macau Fringe Festival

November seems to be a busy month with great events and festivals. The 58th Macau Grand Prix will be starting tomorrow, from November 17th until November 20th. At the same time, the 11th Fringe Festival starts on November 12th until December 4th. Moreover, the 11th Macau Food Festival is currently taking place everyday and night at the Nam Van Lake, until November 27th.

Here is the link of the program of the 11th Fringe Festival:


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Day 319/365


I’d love to make some cute dogs! πŸ˜€

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Day 318/365

Monday Evening

The moon above the sky had caught my attention!

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Day 317/365

Violin Practice

Experimenting with shadow, sound and light.

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Day 316/365

Hong Kong Victoria Harbour

A beautiful painting of Victoria Harbour I saw at the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong.

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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.

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).

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