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[14 May 2011 | 14 Comments | 2,353 views]
Against Pharaohs: Cinematic Timeline of Egypt Popular Protests (2003-2011)

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I did a cinematic (and better!) version of the TimeLine I used in my Revolution 2.0? lecture. All data used here is based on my own research. I did all graphic and videographer work, including editing. Music used for this video is from the song entitled “Egypt Revolution” by Yassir El Scarabeuz (featured Omima).

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[1 Jan 2009 | 9 Comments | 1 views]

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Today is not a random day. It is the first day of the new year, 2009. No, I’m not gonna make any resolution nor reflection nor confession.. :p I just want to share a clip I made as my way to welcome the 2009. So, here it is.

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[24 Dec 2008 | 4 Comments | 1 views]

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[8 Jul 2008 | 9 Comments | 1 views]

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I have many stories from my adventure in the land of midnight sun, but currently I have no energy nor time to write them except this particular one. Cannot help but writing about Московское метро.
Both St Petersburg and Moscow are beautiful. Remarkably beautiful. They are gorgeous! As I mentioned somewhere else, though, these cities, unlike Western European cities, were really designed in inhumane scale aka gigantic scale, a very common style adopted by great (authoritarian) rulers who wanted to make ‘people’ feel small.
Russia really impresses me. The people, food, architecture…. …

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[11 Jun 2008 | 10 Comments | 1 views]

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Last week, the fourth week, wasn’t much about ‘on break’, but mostly about breaking all kind of rules, regulations and barriers! I had to say I had my moments where I temporarily regretted myself for breaking those rules — for example when walking over the bridge and couldn’t continue or when I was stuck with my wheelchair in the alley of airport restroom — but those regrets only lasted 34 seconds each, haha, and after that I went back to my stubborn mode.
Should admit, I am not by-the-book kind of …

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[30 Dec 2007 | No Comment | 1 views]

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One very quiet early morning, I had an urge to get my energy and emotion out. So I jumped out of my bed, playing with my gadgets to create a Season’s Greeting video-card for my family and some close friends. I thought they wouldn’t mind if I shared it here…. I want to share not only the video itself but also the joy, happiness, and sentimental feeling I gained by creating this video…. and I share it here as happiness is only real when shared. Enjoy!

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[15 Dec 2007 | No Comment | 1 views]

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If I had to choose just one thing in my life to keep, then I’d choose music. Music has always been a huge part of my life. The ability to enjoy music and to share it to others is one of the greatest blessings in my life. Echoing Nietzsche, I believe that without music life would be a mistake. In fact, I do think that life is music in itself. Life is like a musical instrument. What comes out of it depends on how you play it.

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[27 May 2007 | No Comment | 1 views]

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A compilation of various videos of PowWow dances performed at the ASU’s 21st Annual Spring Competition of PowWow, recorded and edited by M Lim, Tempe, 2007.
It was one lovely Saturday evening in April when I had my first visit to a Plains Indian powwow. As I entered the arena, I could hear drums’ beating merged with men’s singing a unique tune.