Came across this: Eye é City is the organizer of the annual flagship event, A Visual Account of the Last 24 Hours. Led by a team of dedicated volunteers, the society also organizes other fringe activities for the public including photography exhibitions, talks, and sharing sessions. The overarching vision of Eye é City is to raise awareness and concern for the society at large by becoming a communal platform to allow participants to share, interact and learn through activities like art, photography, journalism and heritage.
Some photos from the 2002 book:
And from the 2007 exhibition:
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
Army frens just never let you forget certain things...like how spouted rubbish, like seeing tornado on TV, after having too much to drink. And countless other memories- now we laugh, then we cussed.
Yet another bites the dust- oops, ties the knot. How many more to go?
p.s. my last post was the 888th one! Woo, I should strike 4D or something...
Posted by This is Ed at 12:08 AM
Sunday, June 07, 2009
Saturday, June 06, 2009
- tried playing Glorious Redeemer on guitar- quite lacking in glory
- took an afternoon nap- v. rare
- finally visited Kangxi Emperor exhibition at ACM- if you were emperor for a day and ruled over 150M people across 9.6M sq km, what would you do?
- had dinner with parents at chinatown- recipe and taste of claypot rice hasn't changed over 20years. reminded by little signs that dad and mom are aging.
- "Do not arouse or awaken love until it so desires" ~ Song of Solomon 2:7
Posted by This is Ed at 10:30 PM