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“Found In Translation” Typography Exhibition

I love to write, writing is always my favourite. I would rather write than type, and that’s why my moleskin is always full of my scribble.

I always admire typography and I have a pinterest board dedicated to my passion. I find writings as powerful as verbal words. With different strokes, hard or soft edges, it would create a different interpretation of the word itself.

Tonight, I went to the opening night of “Found In Translation”, a collaboration of 22 Korean artists and 22 Western artists, using typography to “mirror” and translate proverbs of their culture with typography.

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1600 Pandas at PMQ

I couldn’t express my love for pandas, I guess I love them because I have panda eyes like them, also they are super fluffy and huggable weeeee :3 Whilst I am enjoying my summer holiday back home in Hong Kong, I visited my lovely panda friends at PMQ, a new creative and art space which is a former¬†Police Married Quarters. My friends and I always thought the quarter is a haunted place when we walked pass it at night, we even thought of using the space to do an interactive walk through performance like punchdrunk.

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About Time by Drive-In Film Club

This is what I always wanted to do. Drive-in cinema at a stunning place with your a lovely friend whom could drive better than you (haha).

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Ghostbusters by Future Cinema

We have received an email invitation from Mayor Lenny Clotch to attend the New York Fashion Gala Council 1984 to dress up in our current trends, looking up to Diane von Shattenburg. Upon arrival, there were reporters and protestors outside the Sedgewick Hotel and we could see a Ghostbusters car busting around.

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