Andy Lau


Genre: Action

It has been quite a while I have watch Hong Kong movie which I nearly gave up hope on them. With the latest flick Cold War that do massive publicity before even the movie screening and huge superstar line up like Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, Tony Leung and a few others for this movie had make them an advantage. Huge praise over these 2 new director had made the action film industry a U-turn.

A movie about Asia’s most safety country are to be tested. This round their system are to be tested as it hit mid night, the hijackers possess direct knowledge of police procedures hijack a fully loaded police van carrying the force’s most advanced equipment and five highly trained officers then make them disappeared off the grid. With high ransom demand from the kidnapers, with safety of the hostages or the reputation of the police are at stake, this new case called Cold War being named.

I must say, one of the best movie after long while that thrilled all of us with all mystery puzzle that keep you guessing who is the mastermind behind the cases. Then only realise its . .. . (watch yourself). Some of my friends are confuse on the movie, but just to let you know, there might be a part 2.

Its a must watch movie! Love how the director shoot the whole movie.. . Do watch it in 2-D (quite big difference without 2-D format)

– Tik Ching, Pass, Stamped –

Overall ratings 9/10, very good! Recommended . . . .

– The movie rated by me is by my own personal preference. Watch it at your own risk –

After our satisfying dinner, then the first thing that came in my friends mind was ‘ Lai lai…cepat!! Pong sui, Pong sui’ to combine and go gamble. On that day itself, who ever say things that lose lah, things that go against the luck kena Tiau.
But actually our very original schedule was to head to ‘Hong Kong Disneyland’ but it was me that influence them to change their mind to go Macau. All the while I know that Macau is just a gambling island or I would rate it as mini Vegas but I did not know that they had develop till so nice. I got inspired that I must visit this island when I was watching this romantic movie acted by Andy Lau and Shu Qi – Look for a Star. Cannot deny that it was a great movie and also the whole film mostly film at Macau that they film it so nice till I wanna to there so badly. How I influence them was most of my friend did watch this movie, so just relate and describe..kekek
Our dress code for the day, White and Blue.
So every 1 contributed HKD 100 each and created a mini tou san group.
We are on our way…Macauzzzz…. And my friend were asking auntie Cyndy whether she can vomit a not..cuz she so old liau. Can tahan or not. Then gave her a pill and told her its ‘Feng Tau Yuen’.

The seating in the ferry and we have the front row. Cant really see the view as the front part is kinda high. This is how much it cost to go Macau for 1 way.

Finally, excitement mode on, reaching the new Pier as what the Macau tour guide told us and in front of us is the Macau International Air Port. Where he ask us where are we from, told him that from Malaysia and he directly mention that Air Asia also fly in here very frequent and a lot of his client take Air Asia. Something should be proud off.

When we learn to pronounce the word in the board, it totally sounds ugly, funny and damm weird, we were laughing all the way with our stupid facial expression and tongue twisting.

From far, that building with 3 colours, is one of a building that I am amaze off, its MGM Grand Macau Hotel which is very famous in Las Vegas and now in Macau.

One of the place that we will be heading with all classic Portuguese style building are in there. Picturessssss….
One of the old Pier that previously all the ferry and boats from China and Hong Kong would stop by. Now they have diverted to the new Pier.

I didn’t know that Macau have Grand Prix till the tour guide told us. That its one of a famous event that held over here annually. Its something like Singapore, they are using the normal road as their track.
When no more grand prix event, so what do they normally do with the track? It’s a grand prix for busses.
This is their starting point.

Ladies and Gentleman, please start your engine. . . . . . Passengers, please fasten your seatbelts.

Those who have high blood pressure, heart attack, pregnant women, old folks above 55 and other sickness, please choose another alternative public transport. Your safety and after effect, we will not be responsible.


Then after this, normally for a tour guide, they will bring you to a particular shop for you to stop by and buy souvenir. In this shop we bought a interesting lighter which is a size of a chip the I forgot to take a pic but will later posted under souvenir post. Found out that in the very back part of the shop in a small cupboard I found this little cute souvenir.

Tadaaa….learn your skilss. . . .

Next destination. . .

One of Macau’s most famous landmarks, whereby every 1 that visited the island will NEVER miss this historic place. It’s the ‘St’Paul Church’ which was build on 1582 by the Portuguese and be one as the largest Catholic church in Asia at that time. 300 years later around 1835 was burn down by fire during a typhoon.

Till today, what is standing tall is the main part of the church and behind it had become a historic place to be visited.

I like the style of the surroundings, where at the bottom of the church, their building style is so classic and feel like you are in Europe like something similar in the movie of Angel and Demon which they show more about Rome.

From these moments onwards, we were jumping like hooligans to take the best pic. Just from this point, I think we jump quite a lot of times till the tourist scratch their head and thinking what they hell are this group of ppl trying to do.

This is what they have behind the main entrance, a heritage site that mention about how the church grow and so fort. As we were given limited time, so this is the onli pic I took.

Inside with this priest.

One of the best traveling vehicle in Macau is motorcycle. The tour guide told us, if you lost your key or don need a transportation, just simply use a key and open one of these bike, just pump and ride. Lol…that’s mean stealing. He said no. Just borrow to get to destination A to B.

After he mention that, there is a couple and the guy with a hot chick and the girl just put on helmet, took off with that guy. In Malaysia, if you were to ask a girl to ride on a bike with you for a date, I think they rather go back to their house or fine, this will be the last time I am going to see you.

They only have 1 way street and the street is damm narrow just enough for fei hai like me to walk.

After jumping and running around that makes us sweating like hell or the weather in Macau is just killing us even though that the weather for the day is cloudy. Thank God! We are heading to Macau Fisherman’s Wharf. A place for dining, Shopping, Convention, Fun and Hotel’s are located in this mini area. Click on the link, it’s a cool website to visit.

Our lunch had been arrange and was eating in this restaurant. The food was totally disappointed and I never careless even to take a picture. The only thing that interests me to take the pic is the 70’s car concept dining area.

A safari if not mistaken.

Then we trail down the road on the side and lead us to Rocks Hotel. After I came back from the trip and read in the newspaper that Star Metro was featuring this hotel I was impress as it is a 5 star hotel. They have very cool classic room interior design. The find out more about the hotel click here Rocks Hotel.

 I don know which part is consider which part. The back or the front.

Trying to act cute infront of the hotel. So all ended up Hamster style~

After photo shooting there a lot and slowly trail back to the other end. We reach back here which is the Babylon Casino which is the restaurant that we had lunch and this building was next to it.

It’s a long way to reach to the there end which had a mini Coliseum. The weather that day, is seriously killing us.

This area was build upon to very Portuguese style.

This is one the scene where the movie of ‘Look for a Star’ by Andy Lau took place.

Non stop of taking pictures all the way~
A gila pic took place when can come out with something weird by trying hard to polute the water.
Finally we had reach the Coliseum, and my very first pic, running and jumping around…weeeeeee~~~~!!!
Another pic we trying to create.

One of the alley.

When me and my friend saw this lady, I fast fast took the pic of her and my friend were saying, she must be ‘Ngor Tai’ standing here pretending to hold the broom and look at opposite. Come come, faster take, the feeling of ngor tai police in action mode.
While walking back to our bus, then the tour guide suddenly tell us about her daughter, that to maintain a girl in Macau is the same as the 1 in Hong Kong which Sg’rean have their 5c’s but them are even worst, head to toe all branded, go holiday this and that. Then ask us any 1 interested in her daughter or not. Lol. Forgot to take the pic of her daughter, but her daughter is quite pretty. Then one of my friend like wahhhh..uncle, correct 1 or not, or you download from the net and put in your pic. Then the tour guide like suddenly, U dou chi sin ge! She is 19 years old this year. A funny old guy, like that promote the daughter.

After this place, we were so freaking tired. Wanted to bring us to a temple and we just cancel it, lazy to walk, jump and run anymore. Tour us to Li Ka Sing very first house in the island. Then told us about his 3rd wife, how he manage to marry this wife as before marriage, he gave the wife a blank cheque and ask her to write what ever figure you want. Then if not mistaken she tore it off and told Li Ka Sing something touching that is how she is one of Li Ka Sing wife’s today. To know more about the story, please google up.
Quickly ask the tour guide bring us to casino. Then suddenly my friends eye like ‘ting ting ting’ with stars at the side, no longer feel tired. Straight away *gambling mode on. On the way, she was telling us how to bet, what to do when win, what to do when lose. Then I said ok ok.. No problem. I asked her, got wear red pantie boh? She said no. Then I said haiya…how to win like dat.. No Ong la!!!

On the way saw this building which looks like bottle, the tour guide told us that the building was build with a feng shui purpose. To ‘Ong’ the company. In Macau you will get to see a lot of nice and weird building because its all about feng shui and all gambling area where Chinese believe.

The tour guide bring us to the biggest Casino, Hotel and Shopping area in Macau which is ‘The Venetians’. All in one area. You can gamble and you can shop and you can stay The pricing in the mall is not cheap even for food. Its like Genting, when you go up there everything increase in price.

But I was totally impress at the place, they had make it a mini Venice in there. The sky on top is fake but it looks bloody real. The sky color changes accordingly to outside. If its cloudy outside then it’s the same in here.

They had a lot of performance in Italian style exactly you are in Venice. Singing, street performing really an eye catching mall. Looks very plain from the building outside but once you step inside, its another world. It was weekend and the place is full of ppl especially the casino.

This is how it looks like with the sky on top. Does it look real like you are outside?

One of the main area and this is the south gate if I am not mistaken. After taking some basic pic, all my friends are ready to go in and gamble. Lai Lai lai..huat ah…Then I told them I do not wan to follow them, I want to walk around, taking pics and do some shopping. So left a few person with me as the Malay cant go in so I am with them.

I told my Malay friends, see now they go in so excited. Ask them they must see the after effect which is I told them, if you see they all talk very happily and come out excited means the win. If the come out look very tired and speechless means the lose. Of course I hope them they win cuz my share is in there.

Then I make my mark in the toilet by taking my very own sweet time baking my hot chocolate cakes. When I was sitting in there, I knock on the toilet door, it was a solid sound on it and the thought in my mind how nice if I can steal this door and sell it.

This is the boat that they use to take the tourist or the passenger around the mall and the guy that row the boat will sing all the way. Forgot to take that pic with the guy in it.

One of the shop that I came across which find it pretty interesting is, by knowing that how crazee of the people to Hello Kitty, there is actually the whole shop selling the items. Its very nice. Should check this out.

This is the human statue. They are so proffesional till that no matter how or what kind of reaction you did to them they wont laugh, unless you use your finger to poke them. The catch is you put money he will dance for bout 30 sec then stop.
In this pic he close his eyes what right, how to catch he open his eyes is you stuck your hand towards the money area, then he will suddenly stare at you. Damm geng.. He also can know~!
Camwhore around the shopping mall.
One of the coffee area.
Inside the mall walkway.
For all the Man U fans out there, please do not miss this shop. Its a very huge shoopppp with all Man U items.
After this place, we head back to the pier around 4.30 pm to catch our 5 pm boat and head to Avenue of stars~

When we are about to reach Hong Kong it was a very bumpy ride, the wave is quite high and the boat is moving zig zac to avoid direct clash of the wave. That’s how I woke up after that, the 1 hour power nap is just too good, was very very tired after jumping around and race around the clock for the whole schedule. Just love the feeling of it makes me remember back the bumpy ride of the mini sampan boat of island hoping when was travelling at Phuket.

After embarking on the pier, I can still feel the impact of the wave even when I was walking on the terminal area. My body like got the after impact of it. Wave clash as my head and body can just feel it even when I was walking.

Getting out and hunting for our bus to get to our very next destination ‘Avenue of Starz’. The ‘Avenue of Stars’ is a place where the famous movie stars and artist in song industry of Hong Kong to put their mark on it for remembrance something similar like Hollywood Walk Of Fame. This is the Asian version and located at Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade. So for all the crazy fans that you want to take a memory of your super star, do not miss this place.

It was love at first sight when I saw the spectacular view. Cant stop admiring it and I was inhaling deeply to smell the air of the salty sea. Still have the ‘wee wang wang’ feel in me. Cant even walk properly.

This is the first piece of hand print and after taking pictures only realize is Leon Lai. All my friends ask me. Why him.. I just said that, don know just came across this 1 is empty then just take la. Cuz I was looking for Andy Lau’s frame but then just too lazy to find as have to look for all the pieces on the floor with my wee wang wang feel just not the right moment.

Woiiii..plesee shadupp every 1… Woi you…Siam lah..!!! don block block there see..Have to cut again!. Apa ini, Director cannot swim. A movie cast crew wanna be..kekek

As we were walking, we were camwhoring all the way. What ever we can snap just snap. Ferry lah~

View lah~

Actually we have submited our application to be keh lei feh..~ but got rejected. So this is our very own version. Bruce Lee wanna be lah~

Of course when it comes to food, never stop hunting. This is the stall that sell ‘Cuttlefish’. Cost HKD 20. It was quite que also. Waited about 10 minutes for it.

When you put into your mouth, you can just feel the taste of burn and the aroma of the cuttlefish just fly in. It was perfectly bbq and its very chewy full with the taste of cuttlefish. As what I have expected and taste even better, must not miss this stall.

Located along the area, nearby Leon Lai hand print.

The big sea cruise that what crusing through.

My best friend Jay came to meet up with me and join with the rest of us. Get to know her when I was studying in Melbourne. I am so glad that she came by. As the rest of my friends there, they had went out to other countries for holiday. Wrong timing~

Another reason we were here of course its for the ‘Special Lighting Effect with music’, what I would say is the musical lighting that start to brighten up the sky at 8pm every night. It is a breath taking effect that they have. The laser lights synchronies accordingly with the music

The musical lighting had started and we have to cramp with a lot of tourist and I was just busing taking pictures.

Surely when comes to take pictures, of course I would take as many as I can with Jay. Snapping just everywhere.
One of the very classic pirate boat style which you can see in Hong Kong moving around, but this pirate Hong Kong style I think it was charted by a group of people and they were throwing a party in there and the boat will just cruise around it. What a great way to enjoy life~

Hee, again~

One of the nice ferry that came pass by…..

Behind me with the nice light on the left of course its one of the most famous Hotel in Hong Kong which can consider the most expensive also. It’s the ‘Peninsular Hotel’ which I was told by my friend that the hotel is very famous for its afternoon tea, and by luck you can always bump into Hong Kong celebrity. Didn’t manage to go infront of the hotel to take some pics, it’s a very nice area to just camwhore a lot~ was insufficient time.

3,2,1 aaaAaacction!

When comes to film roll, this had turn out what happen with us with the director around.

As we were walking to the pier to take ferry across to the Hong Kong Island this is one of the landmark which is very beautiful where I saw quite a lot of bridal pictures were taking place.

The clock tower

But I seriously I have to thank ah Keong for helping me most of the time to carry my camera stand. Gayyyy Keong(which actually is not gay, just a nick we gave him).. .. Kam sia lu~

From destination A to B

It looks like we were like booking the whole ferry but its just empty, as it was quite late a night already. Taking our way for dinner and meet the rest of the group.
As it was cruising across I saw this beautiful cruise so just snap again. After enjoying or mini sea cruise across and by reaching the Hong Kong Island our next destination is of course to cure our stomach (Jay our guide) and after late night dinner, we are heading to one of Hong Kong happening night life area. . .
We were very very tired as after Macau, we didn’t head back to hotel to bath, cuz does not have sufficient time to catch the Musical Lights, we were all very exhausted but still energetic to continue what’s left for the night. The best part yet to come.
Where is it, catch up later . . . .

Genre: Drama/Fantasy/Mystery/Romance

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. When I read the synopsis, then directly thought of the show that Andy Lau acted years back whereby he wanted to grow mature more faster and took a potion that makes him live in the world for the next 3 days and ages very fast.
Well, this movie had the other effect which is Brad Pitt was born old and aged backwards. From old to young. I must not denied that the movie is very good, with their make up of Brad Pitt being very old, mature and success, teenage time and baby time.
The movie is like a story telling type whereby talk from how he got bored and till he is dead by the lover in Brad Pitt’s diary. Nice romance and touching part and of course not to be missed out is where Brad Pitt in his teenage look. I must say that he sure do look good and ‘Yeng‘ as a guy I was impressed also like the few girls sitting behind me.. liked ‘Aiyooo, OMG!!!he really look so yeng(good)’ I am in loved with him…I was like WTF are they overreacting ah? but not only them, after telling to my friends they were like also the same reaction..lol~ cut the whole thing short, you must watch this movie.
Cut the whole thing short, you must watch this movie for people who loves drama, even more highly recommended.

Tik Ching, PASS, Stamped —


— Warning!! The movie rated by me is by my own personal preference. Watch it at your own risk —

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