Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Let It Be... - Toe Jam


He has got a great skill, and great voice too... Amazing!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Pictures that look fake, but real...

An artist called Li Wei, created a series of unbelievable pictures, with some dangerous movements...

If these pictures are real, I think it is not very wise to involve a baby in his shot...








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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Beijing Olympic Village

I would like to see how the entire structure been destroyed... :P

Monday, August 18, 2008

Rabbid - Olympic 100M


Great animation... Not from Pixar...


There is another one with better quality, Quicktime

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Sport shoe can be tasty too!


I bet you'll never find this in Burger King...


And what would you do if you prepare too much of mince meat? Do not waste, find out what you can do with it...







Thursday, August 14, 2008

Another YouTube Star

Jess Chalker from Australia, a singer song-writer..

Said the Raindrop to the Seed (the You & Me song) - original

Nice lyrics, great voice, sweet tunes... Probably the next upcoming star, just like Marie Digby

She wrote quite a number of songs, more on Jess can found in her YouTube channel

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Another Rocking Canon

Canon in D Rock version... "Pretty" cool.  Ignore the hair and the dressing... :s

Sunday, August 10, 2008

I love this


Hands free? Erm, not quite...

Friday, August 8, 2008

Wedding Invitation

Recently I received a wedding invitation, it mention that the dress code will be purple and green.  Come to think of it, it is best to dress like the picture below:


Thursday, August 7, 2008

Beijing Olympics Stadiums - Google Map

Monkey Brain

I stumble upon a picture, it reminds me of a story I heard long time ago. I don't remember when, and who told me the story, but the story was..

Hang on, look at the picture below...




Yes, the story was, eating monkey brain.  I do not believe this actually happened, until I did a search on this topic and found out...

From Wikipedia: Although most likely a rare practice, certain supposed methods by which monkey brains are eaten have sparked controversy. Certain restaurants provide special tables with a hole in the center. The live monkey is immobilized with its body below the table, and the top of its skull is removed with a knife. The head, which protrudes above the table top, serves as a bowl. Liquor may be poured into the skull and mixed with the brain. The diners then proceed to scoop out and eat parts of the brain.

And there is a video, on this... This video is disturbing, if you think you have weak heart, do not watch it..


These people actually eating the monkey, literally alive! How cruel a human being can be?! 

Imagine someone immobilized you, and had your head open and ... You do not want this happen to your, same goes to the animals.

There is a (Chinese) saying (direct translation),

No matter what creature, as long as the creature's back facing the sky, is eatable...


Please stop all these nonsense, and protect the animals, instead eating them alive.  Animals have feelings too...

Beijing Olympic - Adidas Advertisement

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Creative Advertising - Stop Global Warming



And the creative billboard...

Monday, August 4, 2008

Tag Heuer Handphone, anyone?

We have heard so much about Tag Heuer watches, even eye wears.  Have you ever come across this? Tag Heuer Meridiist, and the price... £2650



Like one its rivals' Constellation handsets, the Meridiist is unashamedly bulky and, in the hand, gives the impression that rather than containing any kind of phone tech, it's actually a solid block of aluminium with a screen stuck on the front.



So how does it justify the car-sized price tag? Well, build quality is, as you'd hope, outstanding. The screen is made from an apparently an 'unscratchable' 60.5 carats of sapphire crystal, though we're too scared to take a stanley knife to it just yet. And then there's the USP, a digital clock on the top. This is actually quite a charming touch, although the fact that it disappears when the screen goes into power-save strips it of any real practical use.



Read more on Tag Heuer Meridiist

Creative Car Park

In Melbourne, a designer Axel Peemöller developed a way-finding-system for the Eureka Tower Carpark. The distorted letters on the wall can be read perfectly when standing at the right position. This project won several international design awards.