GUAN WEI, +65 / ARIES
Hello! Guan Wei.
I'm 25 this year and currently studying Economics in Nanyang Techonological University
Lim Guan Wei
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Sunday, December 13, 2015
Trick Eye Museum
Last week, I was invited to the Trick Eye Museum as they just launched their new theme zones and Interactive 4D Concept! The last time I was there was exactly one year ago (http://limgw.blogspot.sg/2014/09/trick-eye-museum-singapore-museum-like.html), also thank you Trick Eye Korea for featuring my blog post on their blog!
At first, I was worried that it would be quite boring since I have already visited once. However, I had lots of fun there as they changed most of their stuffs there so I'm able to take new pictures as well as using my creativity too.
Well, I'm secretly a ballerina.
In only Merlion was a pokemon, he would be using surf all day.
I never knew I could do a hand stand!?
OMG I'M SITTING ON AN EFFING UNICORN! I KNEW IT WAS REAL ALL ALONG.
This is also one of my favorite! It looks so real isn't it?! Featuring my friend Yvonne in here.
It's been awhile I last saw the fellow bloggers as I was too busy with school work so we decided to do a creative jump shot with HP (http://hpility.blogspot.sg/)and CK (http://ckchai.blogspot.sg/)!
Beware humans, I'm the rising villain.
Well, perhaps all villain ends up this way :/
Another of my favorite! We both had a hard time thinking how to pose to get this shot! It turns out pretty good I guess?
The final picture of the day! It was such a fun day taking pictures and catching up with other bloggers. Thank you Trickeye for hosting and The Influencer Network for the invite!
Well, what are you waiting for? Do you want to take such nice pictures as well? Head down today with your friends and family!
Trick Eye Museum is open daily from 10am to 9pm.
Address: Resorts World Sentosa 26 Sentosa Gateway #01-43/44 Singapore 098138
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Battle of the KFC Wings - Umadare VS Yang Yeum
KPOP has been with me since I was in primary school. In fact, it has become a globalized phenomenon and is immensely popular in many parts of the world including many European countries and in America.
My friends would know that I'm a huge fan of K-pop and I saw SNSD, BigBang, SHINee, Super Junior LIVE BEFORE! Korean songs are catchy and most importantly, it is visually entertaining.
Other than kpop, I'm SO IN LOVE WITH Korean food! Korean BBQ is my number 1 favorite! I am addicted to BIBIMBAP AND KOREAN BBQ! Sadly, I haven't been to Korea before and hopefully I will go there soon and I will indulge in all the korean cuisines! MACHISOYO!! :P I was travelling Europe for the past 6 months this year and I was craving for korean food.... SO BAD!!!
And now, KFC has launched their new KFC wings and they are coated with 2 different types of sauces. They are namely Umadare (Japanese) and Yang Yeum (Korean)! I was so pleasantly delighted when I got the news! What more, it's only sold at $4.90 per set!
BATTLE OF THE KFC WINGS
Freshly breaded in-store with a special batter, these juicy wings are cooked to crispy perfection and coated in your choice of two bold flavours – choose between the Japanese-inspired tangy yet savoury Umadare and the Korean-inspired sweet and spicy Yang Yeum. Who will be crowned king of the wings? You decide.
Pick a side and be part of KFC’s greatest wing-off. Hashtag #kfcoishii to support Umadare or #kfcmashisoyo to support Yang Yeum on Instagram!
I vote for #kfcmashisoyo What about you?
Visit www.kfc.com.sg for more information.
Thursday, August 6, 2015
Movie Review: On The Fore 破风
I was invited to attend the Gala Premiere of On The Fore 破风 yesterday held at Plaza Singapura! Thank you Clover Films once again! :) Unlike other premieres, the cast did not visit the theater but instead, they had a roadshow outside the mall.
Director Lam and Siwon were there yesterday to promote the film! The crowd was insane and Siwon was looking super fine!
This is the second time I've seen him! The first time was during Super Junior concert a few years back! I'm a huge K-pop fan! :D
Synopsis: The domestique forces an opening. The escort and support cover. The sprinter seizes the advantage - strikes To The Fore. A professional cycling team moves with the speed and power of military Special Forces. Each member plays a tactical role, motivated by a single strategy. Victory belongs to the team, not the individual.
Race after race, the storied Radiant team, led by the brilliant Korean attacker Zheng Zhiyuan, has become the virtual enemy of all cycling teams. While training, Zheng’s explosive technique and power blow away the rookies Chou Ming and Qiu Tian. They agree to become Zheng’s domestiques to lead the assault on the road for him, creating finish line opportunities. The perfect coordination of the three riders defeats Radiant’s archrival Phantom. When Zheng receives all the accolades of victory for himself, Chou and Qiu realize that there’s only one winner, in spite of their team effort. As domestiques, they’ll never be number one. One year later, Chou and Qiu strike out on their own, each becoming a sprinter, competing head on with Zheng. But because of their own teams’ weak domestiques, they are defeated at each turn. Haunted and trapped between the demons of victory and defeat, the two riders’ paths spiral downward, with no second changes.
After years of aimless wandering, Chou crosses paths with his old teammate Qiu, now down and out, and Radiant’s former team mentor in Taiwan. Their camaraderie rekindles a lost but not forgotten passion for racing. The three form an amateur cycling team, to fight again from the bottom. Chou and Tian no longer compete with each other to be sprinter, instead they rediscover the pleasure and thrill of riding in the old days. When Zheng finds out that Chou and Qiu are competing in a local race, he shows up with his world-class Radiant to wage war on the amateurs, to the shock of the cycling world. The once perfect team of three is once again in competition. This time, however, Chou and Qiu, wiser and more agile than ever, have the ability to alternate between sprinter and domestique, as fighting partners. Can they break down the headwinds and overcome Zheng’s prowess to create a miracle?
Before I continue, you may want to check out this trailer by clicking below first!
This film is one of the MUST WATCH Asian Film for 2015 in my opinion. Firstly, they have a super strong cast! Eddie Peng, Siwon and Shawn Dou are the main leads for the film. For the ladies, this is a good enough reason to go watch this film. The cast went to 6 different countries to film for this movie and the result is simple AMAZING. I can see the effort in producing this film! Also, I think a movie about cyclist is really unique and refreshing as well.
The acting was great, the editing was awesome as well. The story line wasn't too cheesy and there are many unexpected scenes along the way as well. In essence, it was intense and inspiring and it definitely taught me to never give up on my dreams and to keep going no matter what happens.
To the Fore opens on August 6
Monday, July 20, 2015
Sorry for not blogging the past 2 months as I was really busy travelling and I had camps and reservist right when I'm back from Europe. So here it goes..... Copenhagen is one of my favorite place among all the countries that I've visited few months back. During my stay here, I get to try lots of their cuisine as well as cycling everywhere I go. It was kinda scary at first but it just got better.
Visited some museums and got to see lots of paintings as well as crowns from the former kings. To be honest, I'm not really a museum person but still, some of them are still pretty exciting and new to me.
The legendary MERMAID! It was quite disappointing as it was really small! :( But it's still like a mandatory shot whenever you're in Denmark. So stayed there for a couple of minutes before heading elsewhere.
And finally I'm at the nyhavn!! It's really cute and nice! Also, there's alot of nice street food such as crepes, pancakes and churros there too. Really love this part of the city but it sure gets a little crowded though.
Loving this shot! :) After that, I went for a cruise ride that lasted for an hour. Gave me an overview of what's there to do in the city. It was so chill I actually fell asleep half way.
The churros I was talking about! It was really nice and so Instagram worthy.
Visited the castle for only around $15. It's a nice little castle but it's quite ordinary, same as other castles in Europe. And a group shot for the guys! :)
And of course, Christina! The place with lots of graffiti on the wall and WEEEEED! I really love this place cos every part is so OOTD worthy. However, you gotta take pictures discreetly because cameras are not allowed in there due many people buying and smoking weeds there.
What we ate during lunch! It was so so so so good! It's literally my kinda dish! Wanted to go another restaurant that sell tapas initially but it was all fully reserved. But this restaurant was good too and I'm glad I tried their specialty before leaving Denmark!
Lastly a group shot! Special thanks to Ophelia for bringing us around and letting us stay at your cosy house too! I really love it! :) See you soon when you're in Singapore next month! :)
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Stunning Aurora/ Northern Lights #YOLO
It has been 2.5 months since I'm in Umea. Guess what?! I finally say the Northern Lights! What more, the strongest aurora in 20 years! Just before this, I specially traveled to Finland to catch the Northern Lights and thankfully, I managed to see a very faint one. But that god I actually saw the BEST one just next to where I live.
Isn't it beautiful?! The camera can't really capture the Northern Lights well though and some of the quality isn't great but it's good enough! :)
A severe solar storm created this stunning display of light in the night sky. From what I know, the solar storm was so huge even those in Denmark and Canada also witness this as well. Most of the cases. auroras are actually green/white in color. However, the one I saw that night was actually multi-hued purple, blues and violets and it was dancing in the sky for a GOOD 1 HOUR!!
In case you don't know, we are actually standing on top of the frozen lake aka Nydala lake which is a 5 minutes walk from where I stay. The night was freezing cold and I just laid down on the lake, looking up at the sky filled with the auroras. It was simply exhilarating and breathtaking.
Now that I've seen the strongest Northern Lights in 20 years, I don't think I will specially head down to see any auroras anymore :D Strike off my bucket list! YAY!!
P.S: I wanted to do a blog post on my trip to Helsinki but I've decided to to a Scandinavian Post instead as I will be intending to conquer all of them. Now I'm left with Norway and Iceland so stay tuned. :)