mo @ 11after11

Richmond Olympic Oval
January 26, 2009, 6:43 pm
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Skating in the Richmond Olympic Oval was pretty fun but it’s freezing to stand outside to take these photos. I was kinda shaking but I’m glad that the photos didn’t turn out blurry even though I didn’t use a tripod. 

Be among the first to skate on the Richmond Olympic Oval ice!




For more views, click here.




January 25, 2009, 7:13 pm
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Went to a Japanese grocery store the other day and picked up these Coca-Cola in aluminum bottles that are designed similar to the glass Coca-Cola bottles. Thought they’re pretty cool.


Dreamy Days
January 24, 2009, 9:10 pm
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It hasn’t been this foggy in a very long time in Vancouver. It makes you feel like you’re wandering in the clouds.. so dreamy… I love fog.



My Astro Boy
January 23, 2009, 12:58 am
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My Astro Boy and friends.


January 16, 2009, 10:45 pm
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People who know me probably know that I like KitKat. So when people visit Japan, they always like to get me new or limited edition KitKats. I don’t know why I like it too. Maybe it’s because it always has new surprising flavours and nice graphic designs on the packages. This time I got the Muscat of Alexandria (wine grapes) and Caramel Macchiato McFlurry flavour. Thx! :}




Quick Response Code
January 15, 2009, 4:47 pm
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Some of you might know what QR-codes are and some of you might not. Most of the Japanese should know what they are, because the first QR-code was created by Japanese 15 years ago and they are commonly used in Japan. QR stands for quick response. Apparently it is the most popular type of 2D code, and you can always see them in magazines, signs, buses, business cards, or just about any object that users might need information about. These codes store URLs, phone numbers, SMSs and data. It’s a very useful and convenient tool. All you need to do is aim and scan the codes with your mobile then the information will go to your mobile. 

The following is a QR-code that I created with Kaywa QR-code generator. Guess what information is stored in this code? It’s the Eleven After Eleven website URL! Scan it to your phone now!


Wanna download QR-code Reader? or generate your own QR-codes too? 


Horror Comics
January 14, 2009, 7:08 pm
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I always like Junji Ito’s comics. Got some of his comics at home which I never had time to read before. Love the the stories love the illustrations.