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Tuesday, 27 February 2007

Guess Who is Who???

Inspired by WMW's comment in my previous post...

All of the pictures below were taken by my 5 year old terrorist except for the wine bottles during our gathering. I've no idea why he went round shooting the floggers' back but it was sure fun looking at them and try to guess who are they LOL...



backStreetGluttons said...

V thought u r from Fuzhou, land of very fair maidens, really...
dun tell anybody..
from every angle wow !

wmw said...

No prizes for correct guesses? hee hee...I know, the one with the tied ribbon at the back is the waiter!

Babe_KL said...

LOL Team BSG, tough luck eh? me no fair maiden from Fuzhou

wmw, his name is Jack and is a half Thai!

Rasa Malaysia said...

Oooh, is that my hair - second row far right? Hehe.

Hsian said...

How cute. Reminds me of the little boy in the film YiYi who used to take the back of people's heads too as "We can't see how our head behind us looks like"


Babe_KL said...

LOL i think so, bee yinn. gosh i just realised so many wore black

wow thanks for the info Hsian

Hsian said...

No worries dear. Just made me think of that :)

More comments on movie here from IMDB (I have an old copy on VCD you are welcome to borrow if you like!):

"Do You See What I See?, 20 November 2003

Author: bobbyfranky from Keller, Texas

Yang Yang the boy character in the film takes pictures to help those around him see what they cannot, and Yang the director takes pictures to help us see what we usually do not - that every moment of life is beautiful, deep, wonderful, rich.

Yang masterfully uses the everyday things of life on a least two levels - the literal and the figurative - beginning with the title of the film, which means literally "one one" (in Chinese) or "individual", but is presented as a Chinese "one" on the screen, followed slowly by another Chinese "one" appearing on the screen below it, which then becomes "two". (In Chinese, one is a single line, and two is two singles lines, one above the other.)

We are individuals, together. Our lives involve us, and others. Our lives involve relationships, get their meanings from relationships.

Relationships like that of little boy Yang Yang's encounters with girls, violent at first as they poke him from behind (in the back of his head, where he cannot see), and he pops balloons in their faces, scaring them. And then as the electricity builds between them, between Yang Yang and the girl in his school, just as in the nature film in the science lesson presented in the audio-visual classroom, passion as an electrical spark comes to his life."

Melting Wok said...

babe, your kid takes wonderful pix, gonna b next hit idol hehe :) oo..I only can recognised Bee yinn's hair only hahaha..always lucious and black haha

Babe_KL said...

thanks Hsian, i think i'll pass cos i dun hv much time to sit down and watch a movie haha

melting wok, am sure you'll recognise all the backs should you've attended. yeah her hair so shiny one leh