One year on from the pro-democracy protests that brought Hong Kong to a standstill, organisers admit that China’s Communist leadership shows no sign of budging on reform, but a spark could reignite the movement.
A movie by Geet, Darren and Adm: With all the stunning dialogue, bad music and squealing of an ‘adult’ movie, without the action, Wet Body No Entry is a masterpiece of modern Hong Kong watercraft-based pseudo-adult cinema. (July 2003; 1MB)
Geet made me say “edited and directed by Geet”: A fellow Perth posse reprobate hits Hong Kong and does the instant-noodle version tourist trail. Geet is only too happy to pander, for the rest of us it’s another day at the office. (April 2003; 3.9MB)
Geet’s birthday present to Jeremy – Geet’s songsmithery and singing, jolly romp through the trials of premature rebellion. Ably assisted on bass by ‘akubra’ Kev and yelps by ‘help desk’ Adm. (April 2003; 2.5MB)
The banks and their cards are feeling the pinch, but the rise and mutation of their smart plastic cousins means you don’t have to wince every time you reach into your pocket.
Adm and brother Todd get primed at the Deli Lamma, catch the ferry with a gaggle of abusers, raise the roof of the Fringe Club then lose it all at Diesel. (January 2003; 2MB)
When body surfing, stage diving and head banging came to Hong Kong.
Lots of food, a balcony overlooking the harbour, and a special pollution-haze Hong Kong sunset. Doesn’t really sound like December, does it? (December 2000; 2.3MB)