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Leslie Cheung 1956-2003

It’s been six years since Leslie Cheung left the world. So many fans still miss his talents and always on this day, I would be listening to his songs as a way of remembering the impact he had in movies and music in Hong Kong and the world. I never expect to have grown to liking Hong Kong superstars like him and Anita Mui. I still feel a sense a loss that both are no longer around. It’s tough to keep clinging to the past. As usual, fans and myself will always remember Leslie Cheung.
Link from China Star,


Lenny Vs. The Alma Mater – On a Blogging Break.

I will be on a April hiatus on my blog because I will be busy with exam proctoring at my alma mater, Carleton University. Sounds daunting to dealing with students and making sure they don’t cheat. I should be back in the final week of April as I plan to go to the Hey Ocean! and Said The Whale concert for BC Scene.

– Updated on April 2, 2009 aka Eps 21.5
I am uncertain about the schedule for exam proctoring but time will tell with this writing. I just want to give a shoutout because I have been hanging out at CKCU’s on-air for the past two Thursday from 12-2pm. The radio show is called Fundamentally Sound, hosted by Dennis Molnar and C.J. “Showtime” (Well, you know who are you). It’s an excellent show that plays Hip-Hop, Rap, Funk, Soul and Jazz with a dose of hilarious chatter from the hosts. What a way to plug this radio show, gee!
Also, I like to give another shoutout to the people who I have met during the volunteering training at CKCU. I don’t know if you will be reading this but it’s been great working with you, even if it was for a short time. If it wasn’t for the bus strike, I wish there was more time to have fun with the production sets. I hope there is a chance to meet up again and whatever endeavors bring you.