back 1998: Old friends, especially from Perth, were always the most fun to entertain. Anne Marie dropped by to visit her brother Howard, also in Hong Kong, and we indulged in a few sangrias at one of my fave haunts, Feather Boa. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: My wonderful, wonderful flat on Lamma overlooking the harbour, some jungle and the incoming ferries. While the view would keep me gobsmacked for hours, opening the sliding doors and stepping onto the balcony was usually to be met with a wall of blast-furnace-like heat and humidity. Ai was my fave housemate here. Credit: Adam.
back 1998: Two of my fave partners in crime at the big schmoozy events, Anne and Stephen, here joined by Japan’s Time Inc honcho Yoko. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: The job led to many an overseas trip, this being an excursion to Bangkok with the marketing team. Jane and I sample the local headgear. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: While there seemed to always be time for going out, work was in-extremis also. But the annual Time Inc Spring Dinner was always an event for everyone to be silly. Here I MC the year 2000 edition, dressed in some weird Star Trekkish get-up. See the video of the following year’s event here. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: Early on in Hong Kong, and not long after moving to Lamma Island, I was soon to discover the greatness of the kiddy pool. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: Just like everyone else, you can’t help but marvel at the twisted greatness of Omotesando Dori Avenue, Harajuku, on a Sunday. Credit: Unknown.
back 1998: And partying in Tokyo with Queenie and Johnny and friends. See the London Nite in Tokyo video here. Credit: Johnny.
back 1998: But it was also a whole lot of fun in Hong Kong. DJing at Chemical Suzy in Tsim Sha Tsui, and here at C-Top in Central, Johnny, Bec, Andy and our friends rocked well hard. Credit: Queenie.
back 1998: Dave and Jose kept me in the loop. Credit: Adam.