Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Pebbles8 is coming soon

Who Rivergrass Dance Academy
Where Lobby of KLPac
When 4 December 2011, 2pm
How much Free admission

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

New in town: Opening of penangpac!

PenangPac is here in Straits Quay, Penang Island!

And another great news is shows at the penangpac are all FREE till end of year 2011!
Isn't that cool?
It's a chance for you to explore penangpac now!

We were there for the opening on 11-11-11. ;)

Big signage of Stage 2 and gallery wall.

Here's the parents of penangpac, Joe Hasham and Dato' Faridah Merican at Stage 1 for the opening night.

Awesome performance by Hands Percussion.

This is the biggest studio in penangpac.
We rehearsed in this cool studio, and also my performing platform.
How cool right~

We also had fun taking photos with the studio and colourful wall designed by Ming Jin, the designer of penangpac. 

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Drama: 我可能不会爱你 In Time With You

I'm watching this drama recently for 2 reasons:
1)I like Ariel Lin and 2)the director, 霍友宁.
Both of them work together previously on another hit drama and a sequel, 恶作剧之吻&恶作剧2吻.
They are both great in their respective positions.

I'm hooked with the drama now, which I have to wait to watch one episode a week.
I like how they present the story from a 30-year-old lady's point of view (hmm, maybe because I'm almost the age too). 

Love the setting of the drama, and also the room of Ariel.


That's the remaining structure of the floor slab and just adding a piece of glass on top.
It's part of her room which is on the top floor/attic of the house.
Oh please leave behind the thought of privacy, k? :)
 How cool!

And a short drama in it is awesome too!

The short drama 收信快乐 is also featuring 万芳, which is quite a surprise to me with her appearance.
She's a great singer, by the way.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Cup Noodles Museum, Yokohama

One of the reasons that makes Yokohama an interesting place to visit is the Cup Noodles Museum, which is newly opened since September this year.

I have to say I'm lucky to have the chance to visit it when I was there. :)

The brilliant concept of this museum was developed by Kashiwa Sato, who also did the branding for UNIQLO.
The cute !!! sign is really eye-catching, and I love the lofty entrance too.

Here's the instant noodles history cube, displaying over 3,000 product packages since half a century ago.

Not only loved by kids, adults are fascinated by the products too. 

We were acting silly with the sculpture of cup noodles.

 The doodles are about the making of cup noodles and also the creator, Momofuku Ando's story.

Here are some of interactive sections, which looks fun for the kids to play with.

 The recreation of work shed where the world's first instant ramen was invented.

Here's a statue of the founder, Mr Momofuku Ando.

That's very long queue at the My Cupnoodles Factory. You can purchase a cup for 300yen from a vending machine, design your own cup, choose your favourite soup and topping, then they will seal it for you. Take your cup to a station to pack it in air package and bring home as a souviner!

We didn't join in although we would love to have a try, but time didn't allow that.

Here's Chicken Ramen Factory, where you can try to make ramen by hand!
How cool is that~

 This cup noodles park really amazed me.
It's for the kids to play, and still not forgetting about the manufacturing process of  cup noodles.
See the slide? This part was made of carton boxes of cup noodles, representing the cup noodles are ready to be sent out.

The mascot of the museum is super kawaii!
Even LC couldn't resist herself to have fun with the yellow chick! haha~

Cup Noodles Museum (also Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum)
2-3-4 Shinko, Naka-ku,
Yokohama 231-0001,
Tel: 045-3450918

Opens 10:00 -18:00 daily 
except Tuesday and year end/new year holiday (last admission 17:00)
note: When Tuesday is a holiday, closed on the following day)

Adult 500yen, high school age children and younger admitted free
(some facilities within the museum require separate admission)

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Gyre, Tokyo

 Gyre, a high end shopping mall in Omote-sando, just situated nicely opposite Omote-sando Hills.
I like the logo and signage very much. Cool ones!

I was there to visit Leslie Kee x Miyuki Matsuda's photo exhibition.

 Also visited MoMA Design Store and D&Department.
These 2 outlets enough to make me excited!

A menu and display of a restaurant that takes the whole top floor of the mall.

'Shop & Think' seems to be the theme of the mall.

 There's a park-like area at lower ground floor. 
You can buy food from the cafes at the same floor, have your favourite spot and enjoy your food. :)

I got my organic coffee here. As usual, it's cappuccino.

That's my spot, with a bun from a bakery there.

That's how I enjoy an afternoon in Tokyo. ;)

I like Gyre very much.

Shops 11.00-20.00
Restaurants 11.00-24.00
5-10-1, Jingumae Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.