Enter in the dance, plug it in and we begin

Posted in London, Music by Kaity Chua on October 26, 2010

C’mon, lets all admit it. We all love to dance in the privacy of our rooms. And our favorite attire? The birthday suit, why of course! All of a sudden, we turn into the most dexterous of dancers (even if the beat begs to disagree). There are really only a few things that can beat tripping the light fantastic with all inhibitions stripped and tossed to the floor – one of them is grooving with an incredible amount of people with a little help from our dear friends, Whiskey, Rum, and Groove Armada.

A few weeks ago, I attended one of the best live concerts of my life. The most beautiful thing about it was that I didn’t expect to have that much fun. Not only did the whole arena dance like there was no tomorrow. We all danced without restraint, without suppression, without the heavy weight of inhibitions. Only with a massive amount of superstylin’.

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What took you so long, Life?

Posted in Uncategorized by Kaity Chua on October 15, 2010

My sincerest apologies for the lack of posts. I’ve been quite busy these past few weeks. Responsibility came a-knocking on my door and once I let it in my flat, it demanded my full attention. I couldn’t leave it alone for one, two, three seconds. Oh that merciless brat.

But the weekend is around the corner! And you know what that means, Responsibility hibernates while Life wakes up, rubs the sleep off its eyes, takes me by the hand, leads me out the door, and shows me a grand time. And of course, ol’ Nico the Nikon will be with us.

Randomania III

Posted in Uncategorized by Kaity Chua on October 6, 2010

Because Day 3 into back-breaking work has rendered me exhausted and useless. Random things are all that my mind can process now.

Heaven knows I can use some “Amusements” now.

A drink would be more welcome though.

I miss this crazy girl! Aw, to have a drink with you in Electricity Showrooms again. 😦

I miss this girl too! But she’s off living the life and traipsing all over Europe now.

From taxidermist, Polly Morgan’s Psychopomps exhibit

Joana Vasconcelos’ Passerelle – Porcelain hounds are hooked by the collar to a moving conveyor belt. As the belt accelerates, the dogs bang into each other and fall into a massive heap of broken limbs on the floor. I have to say, I can relate to the sad, sad fate of these poor canines.

It’s a ruff world out there.

Worn out like a moldy old rag

Posted in Uncategorized by Kaity Chua on October 4, 2010

The first day of my internship has left me with tired feet, an aching back, and the horrid aftertaste of humble pie. Times like these, I really miss Manila, my friends, and my family.

I could really use a drink, a hug, and a massage. All at the same time.