Sunday, February 26, 2012

In most cases or in Malaysia, graffiti is seen as vandalism that has led to the tarnishing of our beautiful cityscape when the artists deface public or private properties.


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However, seeing how it's also an artist's show of talent, City Hall had legalized it in a form of a competition, held in conjunction with KUL Sign Festival whereby graffiti artists were given the opportunity to indulge themselves in their creative pursuits and to do it in broad daylight! The objectives was to promote better ties with graffiti artists while popularizing the art form and ensuring public property were maintained properly.

Well, it also gave us Ralph another photo-stop opportunity!


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This year, City Hall provided graffiti walls at two venues - next to the Pos Malaysia headquarters (for guests and international artists) and near Central Market (for graffiti artists). The theme of the open category was "Greater KL" and the graffiti styles for the competition were "Character, Production and 3D".


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Graffiti reaches out to the people, sometimes very unexpectedly and, for some, it's scary. But the way I see it, is just what's the point of having a bare concrete wall along the banks of the river near Central Market? It's an eyesore! The sad thing is that because of the aspect of vandalism usually associated with graffiti, the art is often quite temporary and can be gone within minutes.


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Thursday, February 23, 2012

So I've been a total slacker when it comes to updating the blog recently. You see, sometimes I've to go and find my mojo and drag it back kicking and screaming to get the blog blood pumping again!




Okay, I lied.

Whenever I've spare time, I'll catch up on my favorite blogs #addiction (mostly related to fashion and lifestyle) that written by some fashionable bloggers who also have the talent to make their pictures Pop.


Okay, I lied again. The lazy bug has hit me! Also, the thought of transferring like a zillion of pictures from the camera to the computer, and then editing and uploading to the blog makes me puke rainbow! #truestory



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Sunday, February 19, 2012

The Chinese New Year is over, but that didn't stop one of a well-known Malaysia developer's township developments treating their residents to a Chinese New Year celebration!


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The event started with a series of activities and performances in the clubhouse, such as mask-changing act, Chinese puppet show, a heart-thumping lion dance and glow in dark dragon dance before the event ended with a spectacular fireworks display at the private, residents-only golf course.

While I tucked into an array of delicacies, Ralph took all the photos below...


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Many thanks to our friend, Niza for inviting us to this event; I certainly had a great night! As we drove past the houses on our way out of this exclusive gated and guarded community, I was daydreaming of the day I can own a prestige and luxurious home in a resort residency too!!
♬ I wanna be a billionaire so freakin' bad... Smiley



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