Student in Oxford Brookes University. Music and parody video creator. Coffee lover.
This is my work with Chinese Vocaloid, a song called “Doomsday Disco”. I worked with this song for two months, and it’s such a interesting experience to create a song like that.
I found this video surprisedly because the guy who uploaded the video has also made an English Translation with the song. I’m much appreciate to his work.
I hope you could enjoy this video.
(For checking the english translation, just simply click on the Annotations.)
Even you don’t know the meaning of the lyrics, I still recommend you to watch this video. It’s so touching and moving.
This is a video that made by TurnerClassicMovies, to dedicates the movie professioinals who passed away in this year. It’s such a nice, beauty and sad tribute to those great talented people, and I hope to share this to everyone who loves movies.
RIP to all the people in this video.
Last night, I watched the live stream of Spike TV’s Video Game Awards 2012. It was an amazing show, which contains some of the world premiere for great game titles: like The Last of Us, Bioshock Infinite, and Dark Souls 2…and also the performance of Linkin Park and Tenacious D.
But what I like most, is the short movies that Samuel L.Jackson featured in games such as Dishonored, Walking Dead, and Mass Effect. These short movies are truly amazing, and funny. I really like their ideas to put Mr. Nick Fury into the games.
Here’s some part of the show, you can watch it in here:
It has been said that Chinese author, Mo Yan, had won the Nobel Prize for this year. It’s a great honor for all the chinese people.
Here’s Mo Yan’s speech for this year’s Nobel Prize of Literature. I really hope someone can post an English subtitled version of it…
Every year, “The Hollywood Reporter” will invite some famous directors and actors, to get together and talk about their thoughts about films. This year, they invited Quentin Tarantino (Django Unchained), David. O Russell (Silver Linings Playbook), Ben Affleck (Argo), Ang Lee (Life of Pi), Tom Hooper (Les Miserables) and Gus Van Sant (Promised Land), to join them and made this wonderful conversation.
I believe every one who wants to make a film will learn a lot from their conversation. Enjoy.