Hair For Hope 2013

Remember my friend Paul whom I said was quite hands on in charity work? After phototaking for his friend and son, and shavees at the event, Paul went to the wall where the queue was. In Paul’s own words, “The queue was so long… They told me they had to close the queue. Haiz… my … Continue reading

Duanwu Jie 端午节

Sequel and finale to Bring In The Dragons… Bak Chang or 粽子 (Zongzi) are traditionally eaten during the Dragon Boat Festival on the 5th day of the 5th month of the Chinese lunar calendar (around late May to mid June). Also known as Duanwu Jie 端午节, it falls on 12th June 2013, Wednesday, to commemorate poet … Continue reading

Bring In The Dragons!

Duanwu Jie 端午节 is believed to have originated in ancient China. A number of theories exist about its origins but the best known of the traditional myths relates to the suicide of Qu Yuan (c.340–278 BCE), poet and statesman of the Chu kingdom during the Warring States Period of the Zhou Dynasty. A descendant of … Continue reading