Speaking of a runaway place, I recall of this song Dear Margaret by Anthony Wong.
Creative writers are sensitive to environment around them. Some still produce good pieces when a lot of things are going on around them, and they need the ‘I-am-in-the-midst-of-things’ feeling to be productive. I think most Hong Kong writers belong to this category. This minute they are meeting friends in Tsim Sha Tsui or Causeway Bay, the next minute they find themselves at home producing the next piece of artwork. Continue reading “A runaway place for writing”
Everything that I need, I keep them into luggage and cartons. Clothes, books, shoes, old stuff, old letters and music albums. When they are kept in luggage and cartons, I can stack them up in a tiny storeroom or a corner so that I have most of my space open and unoccupied. And when I sweep and clean up my place it could be very easy and quick. Continue reading “Minimalist lifestyle”
I have been working as a freelancer for many years. At the start I had no contacts, nor did I register a company. And later on I registered my own company and things started to pick up. There are routines you have to take to maintain your company, such as submitting accounting reports and filing for tax payment, and you need sufficient amount in your bank to keep your current account up and running. Continue reading “Freelancer should register own company”
I rarely watch emotional movies, for I find them very unbearable. Crying for loved ones is not what I enjoy watching in a cinema. I stick to my principle all the time so that I can pick cheerful and funny movies when I enter a cinema.
Mad World, however, is a different story. I bought a movie ticket to support this film of Shawn Yue (余文樂) and Eric Tsang (曾志偉), just as how I supported Trivisa (樹大招風) starring Gordon Lam (林家棟) and Philip Keung (姜皓文). Continue reading “Mad World 一念無明”