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At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 10   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 10

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 10
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 9   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 9

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 9
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 8   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 8

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 8
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

The Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival in Penang   Leave a comment


1-Evening of Lights 051The Mid-Autumn Festival is a harvest festival celebrated by ethnic Chinese and Vietnamese people. The festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese Han calendar and Vietnamese calendar (within 15 days of the autumnal equinox), on the night of the full moon between early September to early October of the Gregorian calendar.

Mainland China listed the festival as an “intangible cultural heritage” in 2006 and a public holiday in 2008.[1] It is also a public holiday in Taiwan. Among the Vietnamese, it is considered the second-most important holiday tradition after Tết.[citation needed]
The Mid-Autumn Festival is also known by other names, such as:
Moon Festival or Harvest Moon Festival, because of the celebration’s association with the full moon on this night, as well as the traditions of moon worship and moon gazing.
Mooncake Festival, because of the popular tradition of eating mooncakes on this occasion.
Zhōngqiū Jié (中秋節), the official name in Mandarin Chinese.
Lantern Festival, a term sometimes used in Singapore and Malaysia, which is not to be confused with the Lantern Festival in China that occurs on the 15th day of the first month of the Chinese calendar.
Reunion Festival, because in olden times, a woman in China would take the occasion to visit her parents before returning to celebrate with her husband and his parents.
Children’s Festival, in Vietnam, because of the emphasis on the celebration of children.


Dates
The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Han calendar—essentially the night of a full moon—which falls near the Autumnal Equinox (on a day between September 8 and October 7 in the Gregorian calendar). In 2014 the Mid-Autumn Festival fell on September 8. It will occur on these days in coming years:

2015: September 27
2016: September 15
2017: October 4
2018: September 24
2019: September 13
2020: October 1
2021: September 21

Inserted by SP Lim from Wikipedia

Love Letters – Mandarin Drama … Part 2   Leave a comment


11896096_917696694932679_1760410016650756168_nLOVE LETTERS (收信快樂) Mandarin Drama … Part 2 ( No subtitles )


LOVE LETTERS(收信快樂) is a script adapted from A.R Gurney’s LOVE LETTER by popular Taiwanese thespian – Shan Cheng Ju(單承矩)。It is directed by Huang Wei Hsiang(黃瓘翔)from Lyric’s Studio(人从众集體創作体), a theatre truope that was established by Wong Kuan Yuke. LOVE LETTER is a simple but touching play, leading the audience to understand a friendship between 2 people through more than 70 letters they have been writing to each other in 40 years.

《收信快樂》 這是個關於一對朋友的故事。短短兩個小時,帶我們穿越四十年,閱覽兩人之間七十多封親筆信所編織的點點滴滴。他們寫了一輩子的信,從童年到老去,相知而相惜,經過人生的滄海桑田,坦誠面對自我和現實的壓力,無論身在哪裡,對方永遠是一輩子的心靈燈塔。

SHOW INFO

DATE | 日期 :
24 – 25 Sep 2015 (Thu – Fri) @ 8:00pm
26 Sep 2015 (Sat) @ 2pm, 8:00pm

VENUE | 地點 :
stage 2, penangpac
檳城表演藝術中心 貳號劇場

TICKET PRICE | 票價 :
RM 45 for Adults
RM 35 for Students, Physically-challenged, TAS / Senior Privilege Card Holders & Senior Citizens above 60

Drama | 戲劇
Performing Arts Centre of Penang (penangpac)

Sunset – Mandarin Drama Part 1   Leave a comment



SUNSET・LOVE LETTERS

給美麗的你:《惜陽》x《收信快樂》

檳城・臺北城市連線計劃

SUNSET・LOVE LETTERS is a Penang-Taipei double bill drama performance in the memorial of Wong Kuan Yuke, a thespian from Penang, who was developing his career in Taipei, passed away in early 2015.
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《惜陽》 她,以為再也無法為日落感動;而他,卻讓她觸摸到了夕陽的溫暖,重燃生命的希望……他在夕陽的餘輝中與她相遇,那些壓抑的往事、自責與愧疚,慢慢崩塌。在生命耗盡的邊緣,他終於勇敢面對過往,與生命的無常……因為日落,他們相遇;因為日落,他們相惜。“一天只有一次的日落,你錯過了今天的日落,明天、後天,你就不會看到一模一樣的日落。”

《收信快樂》 這是個關於一對朋友的故事。短短兩個小時,帶我們穿越四十年,閱覽兩人之間七十多封親筆信所編織的點點滴滴。他們寫了一輩子的信,從童年到老去,相知而相惜,經過人生的滄海桑田,坦誠面對自我和現實的壓力,無論身在哪裡,對方永遠是一輩子的心靈燈塔。

SYNOPSIS

[ENGLISH]

PART 1: SUNSET(惜陽)was the first script written by Wong Kuan Yuke when he was still in Penang. It will be directed by penangpac’s Director-in-Residence Wong Lay Chin(黃麗珍)。It tells a story of a young man who meets a young girl at the end of his life under a sunset on a beach. They both struggle to live, but they learn from one another and begin to celebrate their lives, enjoying the beauty of sunset and not worrying about night.

PART 2: LOVE LETTERS(收信快樂)is a script adapted from A.R Gurney’s LOVE LETTER by popular Taiwanese thespian – Shan Cheng Ju(單承矩)。It is directed by Huang Wei Hsiang(黃瓘翔)from Lyric’s Studio(人从众集體創作体), a theatre truope that was established by Wong Kuan Yuke. LOVE LETTER is a simple but touching play, leading the audience to understand a friendship between 2 people through more than 70 letters they have been writing to each other in 40 years. To be featured in the next blog with photographs.

[中文]

《惜陽》 她,以為再也無法為日落感動;而他,卻讓她觸摸到了夕陽的溫暖,重燃生命的希望……他在夕陽的餘輝中與她相遇,那些壓抑的往事、自責與愧疚,慢慢崩塌。在生命耗盡的邊緣,他終於勇敢面對過往,與生命的無常……因為日落,他們相遇;因為日落,他們相惜。“一天只有一次的日落,你錯過了今天的日落,明天、後天,你就不會看到一模一樣的日落。”

《收信快樂》 這是個關於一對朋友的故事。短短兩個小時,帶我們穿越四十年,閱覽兩人之間七十多封親筆信所編織的點點滴滴。他們寫了一輩子的信,從童年到老去,相知而相惜,經過人生的滄海桑田,坦誠面對自我和現實的壓力,無論身在哪裡,對方永遠是一輩子的心靈燈塔。

給美麗的你:《惜陽》x《收信快樂》 檳城・臺北城市連線計劃
9 月 24 日(星期四)晚上 8 點正 檳城首演!

SUNSET・LOVE LETTERS Opening Show @ Penang on 24 Sep, 8pm at stage 2, penangpac !

PENANG SHOW INFO | 檳城演出資訊

DATE | 日期 :
22 – 26 Sep 2015 (Thu – Sat)

TIME | 時間 :
24 – 25 Sep 2015 (Thu – Fri) @ 8:00pm
26 Sep 2015 (Sat) @ 2pm, 8:00pm

VENUE | 地點 :
stage 2, penangpac
檳城表演藝術中心 貳號劇場

TICKET PRICE | 票價 :
RM 45 for Adults
RM 35 for Students, Physically-challenged, TAS / Senior Privilege Card Holders & Senior Citizens above 60

Drama in Mandarin | 戲劇

TO PURCHASE | 購票:

TAIPEI SHOW (18 – 20 Sep 2015)
http://www.artsticket.com.tw/cksc…/Application/MOB1040.aspx…

Lyric’s studio 人从众創作体
https://www.facebook.com/twlyricsstudio?fref=ts

PENANG SHOW (24 – 26 Sep 2015)
ONLINE
http://www.ticketpro.com.my/…/1648604-PENANGPAC-CHINESE.html

CALL or WALK-IN penangpac | 致電或親臨 :
+604-899 1722 / 2722
Level 3A, Quay 1, Straits Quay,
Tanjong Tokong, Penang

penangpac’s Website :
http://www.penangpac.org/…/site:penangpac-param:sunse

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 7   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 7

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 7
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 6
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

Noodle Maker

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 5
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4   Leave a comment


At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4

I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level. The interior of the place was dark as there was little lighting and the walls were darkened by the burning wood fires. The lady has to endure the hot steam from the hot containers steaming the noodles like “bee hoon”. The smoky steam made some interesting addition to the photographs taken. It was very hot and humid apart from the darkness here. Thus, it was extremely challenging to shoot here. High ISO was used as I did not use tripod at all.

SP Lim

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 2 I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

At the Vietnamese Noodles Factory ~ Part 4
I had the opportunity of taking photographs at Vietnamese Noodle Factory at a cottage industrial level.

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