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  • Joey 12:09 AM on November 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Wordpress to Blogger   

    Farewell WordPress. 

    WordPress,

    Its been fun while it lasted. But unfortunately, you’re not as flexible as Blogger. Its not your fault. Its mine. Perhaps I’m too demanding and lacking the necessary CSS, HTML coding skills… I’m too impatient when it comes to uploading multiple photos: add image > media gallery > select picture 1 > media gallery > select picture 2. And maybe I’m too picky with the free default themes available. Yes, I know I’m grateful for all the free themes. But, just not my cup of tea. Actually, I don’t even know how to align my photos and change the font.
    I hope you understand. Best of luck in the future.

    Sincerely

    HONEYHYPE.

    http://honeyhype.blogspot.com

     
  • Joey 10:35 PM on October 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Mayao   

    Chic Boy. 





    Guys can do fashion blogs too!! Mayao hangs with Hong Kong’s A-listers and is bringing his unique flair of fashion to HK. His Louboutin Freddy’s are so hot (along with his Givenchy wedges too!) !!
    And that is a Cambridge Satchel I see… meanwhile its coming on to the 8th week since ordering the Satchel. They must be inundated with orders I presume. Exams are creeping up, so this the heightened procrastination period. I spent half of my Sunday watching Wong Fu Productions and catching up on Fringe. Ought to get a slap on the wrist…

    MAYAO.NET

     
    • anna 12:23 PM on November 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      i love cambridge satchels too! you cant blame them that their wait is uber long….they were featured in italian vogue a few months back!

      • Joey 3:05 PM on November 1, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        hey anna!
        wow italian vogue! they are really making a name for themselves now~ i wish they had stockists here in aus (maybe they do but i don’t know about it??).. like Lane Crawford in HK stock them! Tempted to get another one… smaller one in yellow for summer hehee

  • Joey 12:51 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Streetstyle, Style   

    Hot Mom. 



    After I have children, I still wanna look this good.
    She is so amazing.
    Desperately wanting to go to Hong Kong for all the fashion and visit LigerStore.

    On the topic of Hong Kong, I saw that fellow blogger Denise had discovered HONG KONG STREET STYLE blog. Even though having been in Australia for so long, Hong Kong is still a large part of me. And because I am in Australia, it is blogs like these that make me uber excited that I can finally see the daily fashion happenings of Hong Kong.

    I have an impulse to start a streetstyle blog for Brisbane. Ha!

     
    • miky612 5:19 AM on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      wow she looks so fit! I would love to look like that some time in my life time hahaha.. I’ve been peeping by the hk street style blog after you posted it. Very cool styles! Love HK!!

      • Joey 1:23 PM on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        She’s quite an inspiration! hk streetstyle doesn’t update very often unfortunately ><

    • Chocoloby 1:38 PM on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      • Joey 1:48 PM on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        OMG I can’t believe I haven’t seen cindiddy around before!!!! Where have I BEEN?! I LOVE IT!! Thx for the rec!!

  • Joey 3:18 PM on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , FGGT, Fixie, Girls on bikes   

    Fixie. 

    小綠倒退嚕

    When was the last time I rode a bike?
    ..
    ….
    ……
    I don’t remember.

    Call me superficial, but I was initially captivated by the colourful style of these fixed gear bikes or better known as “fixies”. Whilst browsing through my flickr contact, I stumbled across these pictures of Fixed Gear Girls from Taiwan (FGGT). Basically a group of girls with their bikes who get together for a ride or travel around and have photo shoots. Simple, yet sounds like lots of fun to me! However, knowing me I will probably incur some injury before I reach 100m. My primary concern though is actually the wearing of a helmet… (yes, I am a girl after all.) Apparently a $300 fine if you get caught riding without a helmet? Geez. Nevertheless, FGGB (Brisbane) anyone?
    Check out their blog: http://fixedgeargirltaiwan.blogspot.com/

    阿豹

    Wow… tricky!
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    via 大大兒

     
    • sagemag 3:41 PM on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Wow, they look badass. I think my town has a fine for not wearing a helmet too.

      • Joey 12:20 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Yeh tell me bout it!
        But, I suppose helmets are better than cracking your head open right XD

    • beckie 6:29 PM on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      i know people that are into bikes as well.. ==” while in sydney…when they saw some bike on the streets they stand and look at it for a good few minutes ==”

      • Joey 12:22 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        lol, do you mean quinton? some people really put a lot of effort into doing up their bikes!

    • Lena 2:05 AM on October 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      In Belgium, cycling is the most normal thing ever. Everyone rides a bike here. I go to school by bike everyday, as well as 3/4 of my high school. Thats like 500 people. I actually don’t wear a helmet, I don’t know why. The government encourages it, but you don’t get fined. Nobody wears a helmet, actually. Maybe 2 people of my school.

      Xx

      • Joey 12:24 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I wish that was the case in Australia! Besides early sunday morning, I rarely see any bikes on the road. But I guess that’s because everything is so spread out – you might have to ride 5km+ to get to the shops. Thanks for stopping by :)

        • Lena 3:44 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink

          That’s almost the distance from my house-school :’D
          But I guess if you’re not used to it, that you’d be tired very fast and that it’s actually very far away. Xx

    • Ricky Tang 11:58 PM on October 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      It looks awesome :D

      Wish cycling was more common here in AU….

      • Joey 12:26 AM on October 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        I reckon! Maybe I can start a trend… lol
        I need to live in New Farm or Southbank! It would be so nice to ride around to the cafes & along the river on weekends. ^^

  • Joey 12:34 AM on October 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Blythe, Bow Wow Trad, Cloudland, , Friends, Party   

    Fabulous. 

    Elegant lady.

    Let me introduce you to the mini ME!!
    At this age, I never thought I’d be into dolls. But thought this little lady is stunning. Actually, there are so many pretty Blythes that look so beautiful and real collectors would pay a crazy amount of money to get the limited editions one. Some are over $1,000 and yes, there are people who do buy them. You’ll be seeing her in more of my pictures soon! Oh, I haven’t thought of a name for her yet. Suggestions?

    There’s a time for everything, and right now that is study. So before we all hide away, we’ll just have one more night of fun. The excuse is my belated birthday party… even though my birthday was over a month ago. I can’t say it enough: THANK YOU TO ALL MY PRETTY LADIES & HANDSOME GENTLEMEN!! It means a lot to me & I’m ever so lucky to have met such a great bunch of people. Tissue please…

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    Always, Bee.

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    My sidekick, L. What a beautiful soul!

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    Oh lucky me.

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    Awww.

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    Stunning lady, Julian. Funny thing is we both wore the exact same style dress without even knowing beforehand. What great taste you have. Amazing pic!

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    Mi!! We don’t see enough of each other! I want your eyelashes too~

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    Lolo, Maggie & Bobo – Its comforting to know you guys will always be there no matter what. <3

    Lomo Oktomat.
    Thanks so much for the Lomo Oktomat!! You guys know me all too well! Can’t wait to put a roll of film through it!!

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    Cheers!
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    I must really thank Maggie because if it wasn’t for her random loudness in our class when we met, I would’ve been too shy to introduce myself to the group and wouldn’t have known you like I do now. We’re like, long lost sisters.

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    Sweetest couple M & J, with D – such a funny guy.

    Ahhh there are so many more photos I wanna share! But I think I’ll overload the page here. Head over to flickr!

     
    • miky612 11:06 PM on October 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      That blythe doll looks so stunning, would love to see it in real life!

      Was a really great night out so happy I was able to enjoy my first time at two different places with you ehehehe and once again thanks to you and Ernest for taking care of me for the whole night!

    • Joey 2:07 PM on October 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Hehe I’m glad you enjoyed it! I knew you and Lidia would have kept each other entertained. And btw, she wants to start blogging too cos she’s inspired by our blogs! Yayy!

      We’ve been getting clothes and accessories for our blythes :$
      Photoshoot later… haha

  • Joey 11:16 PM on October 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Walkaround   

    Look Up & Around. 

    Open.

    Open.

    Open.

    On Mary.

    Euro Urbane

    Iron Shoes.

    Heritage.

    Public Bikes.

    After missing out on the photography event by Replay Productions, I thought I would do a walkaround of the streets of Brisbane CBD. What you would normally walk passed or drive by seems different when you have a different mindset: rushing to work or to catch the next bus as opposed to walking slowly with camera in hand and with no particular purpose but to admire the scenery. The daily routine is so fast-paced that we often fail to notice little things around us. Just slow it down when you can and enjoy life.

    Tip: Changing the aspect ratio (size/dimensions) of your photographs gives you a different perspective of your objects or scene. It also forces you to think about the composition and what you should include or exclude in your frame.

     
  • Joey 12:31 PM on September 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ,   

    Goodbye September. 

    Dice games.

    Mid-Autumn / Dennis' birthday

    Mid-Autumn / Dennis' birthday

    Vivy's birthday

    Vivy's birthday

    Vivy's birthday

    Sweet moment.

    Waking City.

    Food adventure.

    Happy Birthday to you, and you, and especially you SKW.
    When you have a break, take it & enjoy it. Why only go back half-fulfilled and end up with more distractions? Its necessary to recharge and go back to reality fresh and on the ball, ready to tackle the dragging long days of boringness.

    Just when you feel that life is moving a long a straight-line, being unproductive, unsatisfied, unhappy… you need to find what you’re passionate about again and feel that sense of excitement with something to look forward to.
    New people comes new inspiration. More energy comes more motivation.
    Goodbye September. See you next year.

    Game.

     
    • HIN 10:57 PM on October 4, 2010 Permalink | Reply

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  • Joey 12:54 AM on September 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Diana Mini,   

    Mini. 

    Diana Mini

    Its my turn! First time using half-frame cameras. I’m being so generous with the shots now because one roll of 36 exposures = 72 half-frame shots. Or you can switch it to square format. Although its just a cheapy plastic camera, the price also goes towards to the interesting and thoughtful packaging. I love the little book that comes with it. Makes me more excited about shooting with it.

    London Eye

    Oh did I mention Diana Mini now comes in WHITE!!

    For those actually interested in vintage half-frame cameras, do a search on Olympus Pen EE, Canon Demi EE and Ricoh Auto-half.

    But for now, I must resume editing my assignment.
    Sigh.

     
    • denise 10:34 PM on September 24, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      oh man i have the diana F and i should really start using it lol

  • Joey 1:05 AM on September 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bokeh, , Nikon FM2, Olympus E-P1, ,   

    Just Some Little Things. 

    Ravioli & Spinich

    Beef Brisket Noodles Taiwanese Style

    Oyster Omlette

    LV Inclusion

    GF1 + 20mm 1.7 BOKEH

    Jojo’s new camera :) Loving it!!
    Olympus E-P1

    Red is love.
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    FM2

     
    • Ricky 8:07 AM on September 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Awesome. Love the film camera and the red. I have a red moleskine.

    • littlebeckie 9:34 AM on September 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      another camera!! ==”””

      • Joey 10:02 AM on September 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Hahhah don’t say that! Its not mine XD my sister’s la…

        • Ellyn 4:45 PM on March 11, 2011 Permalink

          hi..so Olympus Pen EP1 is considered as a vintage camera is it? I’m truly interested in it.. :)

  • Joey 4:41 PM on September 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: DSLR, For Sale, ,   

    For Adoption. 


    I think its time.

    For adoption: Nikon D90 DSLR camera body.
    What an amazing camera its been. Seriously. Everything that any beginner or intermediate level user could ask for. I have babied this and it is MINT. Besides the technical stuff, what makes this camera so good is its built quality, the ergonomics, and obviously because its NIKON. If its not for my crazy camera obsession, I would keep this forever.

    RRP: $1400

    MY PRICE: $850

    One of the pics taken using this camera:
    DSC_0514

    Please let me know if you need additional information or pictures.

     
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