Happy New Year 2016! Hope that I’m not too late with this post. Before I get into the topic of new year resolution, I’d like to have a brief review about my 2015’s resolution.
Hold your horses Hulk, December is coming to an end. Before we proceed with the photos, firstly, I want to thank all my blog readers for your support, without you I won’t be writing at all. Secondly, I have to apologize if I ever offended
Comic Fiesta 2015 come and go in a blink of an eye. This is my 4th time to attend the Malaysia’s largest and longest running Animation, Comics & Games (ACG) convention. I still remember when I first attended the convention back in 2012, I was shocked
I am suppose to upload the December’s post today… Don’t worry, I’ll do both just to make sure things are done.
First, about the LX3 project – it is officially halted. Why? I had my priorities shifted… I’ve been handed with an important project on my desk job. Me being dumb and inexperienced is currently facing unprecedented amount of responsibilities on the job role.
Lately, I’ve been spending more time on my day job instead of doing photography or chasing back my anime backlogs. A mission impossible was handed over to me and I have no choice but to make a miracle out of nothing. Hey at least we’re doing
Upon checking my history posts, I’m kind of shocked that I’ve been doing this seasonal anime watchlist thingy for full 6 years! WOW! Even if no one actually reads my seasonal watchlist but I still do it anyway… Especially when most of the time, the titles
Week 26 of 52 My goal is facing its greatest bump of all time – procrastination.
At Japan, Bon Odori (Obon or Bon) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the spirits of one’s ancestors. In Malaysia however, the celebration is more associated with Japanese culture instead of Buddhism. This would be my third time attending the celebration after my very
AniManGaki 2015 took place at Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre from 29th to 30th August 2015. AniManGaki symbolises the combination of “Anime”, “Manga” (Comic) and “Gaki” (Japanese slang of ‘brat’). The event is established by fans for fans, with the purpose of bringing anime, manga, and