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[caption id="attachment_9298" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Congratulation to Grace Lee and Hian-Kim!"][/caption] We've just finished Grace and Hian-Kim's photographs from their fabulous wedding at Melaka in early March.  On the fourth day of March, Kenn-Wai, Fred, Steve and I were invited to document the wedding for our friend, Bear Lee's sister, Grace and her charming man Hian-Kim. We started to photograph early morning at Grace's place. Grace just looked gorgeous with the great work of Nini the markup artist. The evening reception was held at Hotel Equatorial Melaka. Stunning environment, joyful guests and wonderful bands just made the dinner very special. Both Grace and Hian-Kian are very...

http://vimeo.com/35240752 Before we release the second part of "Our town Malaqa" video, Fred, Kenn and I made a short film of pre Chinese New Year's (CNY) atmosphere in Melaka. While we were filming for the first video about our lovely hometown last month, it came to our mind that to do a Chinese New Year's video as well, to share the many moments of CNY happiness with our fellow friends and family. This video features decoration of Chinese New Year in the streets of Melaka town, shopping mood in Dahtaran Pahlawan, lion dance championship in Mahkota Parade, and invited some locals and foreigners...

[caption id="attachment_8741" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="message of spring"][/caption] Congratulation to our town Melaka, being among the 45 'must-visit' places in year 2012, as listed by The New York Times! "With its lantern-lighted canals and silent, narrow streets lined with decades-old ornate temples and shop houses, few places in Southeast Asia conjure romantic images of the past as effectively as Malacca, Malaysia’s oldest city. A former Portuguese, Dutch and British colony, this Unesco World Heritage site is now attracting record numbers of tourists lured by its unusual architecture and cuisine, which reflect centuries of foreign influences. More than seven million visitors are expected in 2011,...

[caption id="attachment_8504" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Pre-Christmas atmosphere in Kuala Lumpur"][/caption] Christmas atmosphere is almost everywhere in KL’s busy shopping malls now. After the street photography in Pudu with friends, we walked to the shopping area to have our lunch and certainly to feel in the spirit of Christmas. We made to Time Square first as Fred had an appointment with a customer. Then through Low Yat Plaza and Sungei Wang we went to the Lot 10’s food court. It’s named Hutong Lot 10 food court, is offering variety of non-halal food that took us quite some time to decide what to have. I...