Watched this movie about the French brand Chanel. The movie was in French with forced English subtitle. Not recommended unless you are earning a fashion degree. I think the actress added some crazy personality to the character Coco Chanel.
Coco Before Chanel
More rail near my place
London Chinatown Goodies
週刊ジャーニー, Chinese soup bag (think tea bag for soup), Guilinggao Turtle Herbal Jelly, Wong Lo Kat Herbal Tea, spatula, Chinese soup spoon, wooden foot massage thingie
The top tool bar reads: WebQQ, App Market, QQ (the messenger, I believe), Group, Tencent Weibo (=Twitter-like service), QQ Mail, SoSo.com Search
Down there on the left, there're weather, a clock, a gameboy-like widget with some advert of QQ game.
On the right, I can login to my QQ messenger for instant messaging.
Currently version 2.0.
Game Dev Story Lite
Words with Friends, the Scrabble-like Game
Add me, username billhungdotnet
Android link: http://media.tested.com/uploads/0/1507/20427-wordsfriends_super.png
iOS link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/words-with-friends-free/id321916506?mt=8
Top Grossing iOS Apps in Japan now
Momotaro, completed with some 3D graphics and board game-like gameplay.
Foursquare Location-based Discount
Update: It turns out, it was a reminiscence of old alaphabets
Gift from France
My sister asked some friend to hand me these gifts from Sophia-Antipolis, France. They look like chocolate, post-it note with a kiss. And "Le petite Marseillais Savon Soin à l'huile d'Argan Nourrissant" (whatever that means) and Avène Cold Cream (not in pic)
Posted by Bill Hung at Wednesday, February 23, 2011 No comments:
Cube Store in London
Those stores renting out cube paces to people who want to sell their used items or gadgets are very popular in Asia. Here's one in London chinatown
Posted by Bill Hung at Monday, February 21, 2011 No comments:
Samsung Android Video Editor
Happy Valentine's Day
BBC iPlayer on Android
Valentine's Day Alert
QQ Mail and the Google Buzz-like feature
Netvibes RSS Reader
No More Guitar Heroes anymore
Super Small Micro SD Card Reader
NGP on Famitsu this week
Highest Grossing iPhone games now
Metro Newspaper App
Posted by Bill Hung at Thursday, February 10, 2011 No comments:
New book from the author of Liar's Poker
Motion Sensing Google Home Page today
This is supposed to move without clicking if your device has an accelerometer. Can someone try this and report?Clicking on the google logo bought me to a google search of Jules Verne, the French author of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea (1870) and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873) according to wikipedia.
From the official Google Blog, "Today's doodle, celebrating Verne's 183rd birthday, tries to capture that sense of adventure and exploration. Using CSS3 (and with help from our resident tech wizards Marcin Wichary and Kris Hom), the doodle enables anyone to navigate the Nautilus down (nearly) 20,000 leagues with the simple pull of a lever. And for those using devices with built-in accelerometers and the latest versions of Google Chrome or Firefox, it's even simpler—just tilt your device in the direction you want to explore and the Nautilus will follow."
Swiss Embassy Gift
The Chinese are Coming, the TV show
"Justin Rowlatt investigates the spread of Chinese influence around the planet and asks what the world will be like if China overtakes America as the world's economic superpower."
Farmville around Chinese New Year
After a long haitus, re-visiting farmville revealed that there are suddently 30 farmville cash there (must be farmville version of Chinese New Year red packet). I used 15 to buy a new Chinese New Year costume.
Posted by Bill Hung at Sunday, February 06, 2011 No comments:
China is protecting Copyrights, seriously
New Rabbit Year, New Clothes
Arlene and Steve Rosen
Birthday and Chinese New Year celebration at Golden Dragon in London Chinatown with Jewish mother Arlene and hubby Steve
Gok Wan and the Sony Reader
Posted by Bill Hung at Thursday, February 03, 2011 No comments:
Jimmy Choo Perfume
London Chinese New Year Eve
Nearly 2 million people to London everyday
Posted by Bill Hung at Tuesday, February 01, 2011 No comments:
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