thank you very much! i am back in australia now ! ~
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Just wondering what is Kat’s surname?
here are my website links.
Around 3 a.m this morning in Admiralty, some of the restless protesters had remained at the main protest sites for over 5 days without going home. Showering at the nearest public baths and resting on the concrete road under the bridge overnight. As CY Leung the Chief Executive of Hong Kong strongly stated he will not resign just before mid-night. The number of protester have swell again, blocking more entrances to the government complex, delaying food and water supply to be sent into the office.
1/10/14 TST, Mon Kok and Admiralty.
On national day in Hong Kong, pro-democracy protesters have now spread to Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. Where most shops for luxury brands are located. While the number of protesters are increasing in other locations such as Admiralty and Causeway Bay on a public holiday. More roads and tunnel remained closed for vehicles. Numerous cleaning truck offers free service to clear garbages left on the side of the road outside Admiralty station, as one of the volunteers ensure I must give them credits.
HONG KONG. Occupy Central Day 5. 30/9/14
Occupy Central 29/9/14.
Currently in Hong Kong for two weeks, was caught in the storm of protesters as i went get some money from the bank, which ended up being shut. Here are some photographs of the pro-demoncracy protesters supporting occupy central near Nathan Road and Mon Kok Station. (Part 1)
a few pics sent back from my good friend Shana over the weekend in N.Y.C Photoville, some of my work featured in a slide show surrounding the theme ”Secret”.
Join us in Brooklyn Bridge Park on Friday, September 26th, as SLIDELUCK NYC XVIIIreturns to Photoville for a night of art, food, and secret-sharing. This slideshow’s theme isSecrets and was curated by Gideon Jacobs, the Creative Director of Magnum Photos, NY, and Matthew Leifheit, the Photo Editor at VICE Magazine. Here’s what Jacobs had to say about this show:
“When you make a photograph, you’re putting something into the world that can, in its newfound existence, be viewed and shared. So maybe a photograph is never a ‘secret’ in the true sense; when we click the shutter, the secret is suddenly no longer all that secret. How is this related to our selection? I’m not quite sure. Actually I am – but, eh, I think it’s a secret.”
At SLIDELUCK NYC XVIII, we are proud to feature the work of:
Andi Galdi Vinko * Bryan Derballa * Cassandra Giraldo
Curran Hatleberg * Daniel Terna * Eli Durst * Elsa Parra * James Gentile
Jamie Travezan * Jenna Garrett * Joe Guerriero-Santeria
Johanna Benainous * Matt Grubb * Lauren Grabelle
Sam Wong * Scott Alario * Steven Quinn * Zak Arctander
The event is free with RSVP, and you may purchase a ticket for an open bar onsite for $15. Please take a moment to participate in a survey that Slideluck put together with new national partner, Offset, and have the chance to win an AmEx gift card here!
SLIDELUCK NYC XVIII at Photoville
Part of the Narratively After Dark Series
Friday | September 26th | 2014
Pier 5 | Brooklyn Bridge Park | Brooklyn | 11201
7pm Potluck | 8:30pm Slideshow | 10pm Afterparty
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Chicago, Seoul, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Kigali, Savannah, Bologna,
Lehigh Valley and Singapore!