Watch: Where the Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Rings

Where The Lonely Kids Go When The Bell Rings from Christian Andersson on Vimeo.

My friend Geoff sent this over e-mail today. I know, sometimes Kanye isn’t everyone’s cup of tea; he’s more like an acquired taste for others. But for those who remember Kanye before he blew up as Mr. Kardashian, this fan-made video will remind you on why you were a fan to begin with. ‘Coz back then he was just a kid with strong vision and an intense desire to create. x

Covet: A Lovetuner

LoveTunerSo I’ve been giving these out like candy to all my girlfriends who I feel would get it- a Lovetuner. It’s actually not surprising to them once I explain what this is.

Because those who know me know that I have this whole metaphysical side that could jump into conversations about chakras, energy, & self-help, as fast as I could switch to Game of Thrones and hip-hop.

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Listen x Reflect: Love Rain by Jill Scott + Nailing My Truth

Combining my Listen post into a Reflect Post because one thought led to another and another….

As I writer, I tire easily when I find myself writing in the same format over and over again. For example, a feature article or a self-help column feels like I’m just explaining things in a constricting, factual manner.

Some days I wish I could muster up the creative strength to just break the F*ck Free express and “Let the Words Flow.” I was listening to “Love Rain” by Jill Scott today and I thought, “Dayyyyym, I wish I could put words together like this.”

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Explore: Branco Macau

BrancoWhile in Macau, we checked out this really cool multi-brand, lifestyle store called Branco. Carrying brands like Rag & Bone, T by Alex Wang, Pamela Love, Sophie Hulme, Elizabeth and James, and Rebecca Minkoff to name a few, this store hits that sweet spot between the luxury labels or local treasures in the Macau fashion scene, introducing an alternative option for shopping.

More Photos After the Jump…

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Photos: My Macau

Ruins of Saint Pauls

ChillinLast week, Amanda came to visit, and we took a short trip from HK to Macau to take some meetings. Well, she took the meetings, while I took a breather from the fast-paced current called HK Life. As I’ve never been to Macau before, the only impression I had of it was from the tales of those who have been- they keep saying, “It’s Just Like Vegas.”

While yes, the rise of casinos does remind you of the brightly lit strip, me- on the other hand being the forever wanderer and seeker- was still searching for pockets of what could make this city more than that. A tough challenge considering I was only there for a day.

Maybe my photos can tell a better story…

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