Right after accidentally watching Mondo Grosso’s Labyrinth video clip, finally I got the motivation to post a Hong Kong memory of my own captured by my camera. In that video the model danced on various places that look like connected to each other resulting in a fascinating image of a long labyrinth. Just so dreamy. I had some quite unpleasant experiences back there but research says that humans tend to forget bad memories and only remember the good ones. Naturally it applies to my Hong Kong trip as well. I can never forget the good feeling when I walked around the empty streets at 1 a.m. to get some ramen noodle while ignoring traffic lights lol, the mysterious wind on my face with swaying feels on the subway train, and the hustle and bustle of the city. Ah, I liked all the messy things on the street and they still looked photogenic somehow. Do you think so?
Saturday, 17 February 2018
Thursday, 5 October 2017
Got my eyes on this place recently. Chinatown area of Bandung had never been this interesting before. I remember my parents used to take me here to have some brunch on tedious Sundays. Not a big fan of oriental architecture/decor myself, this brand new place, named after its own area: Chinatown, full of oriental touch mixed with some refreshingly vintage stuffs, a bit of pop culture and playful colors, makes me think twice to say that I'm not into oriental decor. There were always cute corners wherever I laid my eyes on. Here, I coincidentally (of course not) wore a Terracotta army printed dress in order to match with the theme of the day.
Fellow Indonesian 90's kids, these knick-knacks are so nostalgic! And it's hard for me to say no to those cute notebooks