Clockenflap – Live Music all day long

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  • HONG KONG’S LARGEST MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL
  • 2 DAYS
  • 5 STAGES
  • 8 INTERNATIONAL ACTS
  • 8 REGIONAL ACTS
  • 20 LOCAL ACTS
  • FILM & ANIMATION
  • INSTALLATION ART
  • FLEA MARKET
  • KIDS AREA

Responding to the public’s hunger for a high-quality outdoor music and arts festival, Clockenflap was established in 2007 as the only one of its kind in Hong Kong.

Four years later and we’ve refined our approach, with this year’s two-day festival at the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade boasting five music stages, a film tent, a crafts market, a dedicated kid’s area, separate bar and dining areas, and much more.

Dozens of local, regional and international acts have been brought in exclusively for the weekend. Festivalgoers will be immersed in music, film and art, with the stunning views of the Central skyline creating an unforgettable experience for both performers and fans. It’s fun, it’s free and it’s Hong Kong’s finest festival. Don’t miss Clockenflap 2011.

follow -> http://clockenflap.com/

 

 

MuteWatch

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Meet the Mutewatch. As bizarre as it sounds, this watch boasts an alarm feature that does not embarrass you in the midst of a meeting or wake your friends up. Equipped with a vibrating alarm, this watch produced in Sweden places itself at the forefront of technology and style with its hidden touchscreen and minimalist design.

Just tap the flat surface and the touch screen lights up, then swipe through the functions clock, alarm and timer. You set the time for your alarms by tapping directly on the digits – tap on the top of the digit for a higher number or on the bottom of the digit for a lower one. When you want to erase an alarm, simply pinch the touch screen. Talk about a simple and intuitive product.

The Mutewatch available in Poppy Red, Pure White and Charcoal Grey is now stocked at Club 21b.

Wewow兔展 及 彩繪小小Wewow兔

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via HkSea

展覽:彩繪環保燈泡及展藝跳躍Wewow兔展

日期:2011年12月3-4日及10-11日

時間:11:00-18:00

地點:賽馬會創意藝術中心L2-01室

查詢:info@hksea.org.hk

免費入場

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工作坊:彩繪小小Wewow兔

日期:2011年12月3-4日及10-11日

時間:11:00-18:00

材料費:HK$50.00(參加者可獲取完成品,數量有限,先到先得)

地點:賽馬會創意藝術中心L2-01室

查詢:info@hksea.org.hk

Masha Ma again

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Last time i meet her in K11 Paris Fashion Week. she is one of the selected china fashion star in paris fashion week.  then read the news form WGSN . She  won  the prize in the new category: The Lycra Style Emerging Talent Award in second annual Global Fashion Awards in October.  The winner of the WGSN award gets consulting, marketing and technical support with their A/W 12 collection.  2011 is a year with fruitful results .

Not Just in China .

She point out how people read Chinese painting and Western Painting and how Christian Dior and Marc Jacobs  represent POP modern in western form.

she point out the how s her patten come out and what s the technique inside.

where is the chinese designer development ? where and what is fashion capital ?

So many city and designer give up their culture because of money.

Design is not just a job working for result , you know.

So lovely to see her again in BODW – Business of Design Week 設計營商周 with her 2012 SS Fashion Parade.

Very things workings so well and model walking through audience.


in Q&A , there is a difficult for Masha , somebody ask her why dont she maketing her brand inside china ?

Background is a chinese but study and living and get well know in europe . Chinese can understand and accept her designer ?

Really need to try. and her summary is shanghai have a difference culture. China never become another europe but potentially will be another US.

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The Occupy movement now has its iconic image of martyrdom | Jonathan Jones

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Occupy activist Dorli Rainey, 84, after being hit with pepper spray during a protest in Seattle. Photograph: Joshua Trujillo/AP

Occupy activist Dorli Rainey, 84, after being hit with pepper spray during a protest in Seattle. Photograph: Joshua Trujillo/AP

 

This week the Seattle police provided the Occupy movement a powerful image of martyrdom. Dorli Rainey was not killed – let’s not overdo any analogies between economic protests in western democracies and the desperate struggle for freedom in Egypt or Syria. She was “only” pepper-sprayed. But she happens to be 84, and photographer Joshua Trujillo happened to be on hand to take a haunting photograph of her reddened eyes and shellshocked expression that subtly and strongly portrays Rainey as a modern martyr.