For dreary Chinese New Year’s afternoons

For mine, the CNY holidays are usually a series of long waits between visitors and visiting. I’d finish a whole novel (read or write) if I could. In one afternoon. For two days.

So, if you’re sitting pretty at home in your New Year’s new clothes, swatting mosquitos (Pah Bung) and preventing flies from settling on the bak kwa, here’s something a little more challenging:



Mr Miyagi’s Catch Flies With Chopsticks Flash Game.

Ignore this post if youse got those nifty XBoxes and shite.

Surf stop: _words
iTunes’ party shuffle is playing a copy of: Dweller on the Threshold – Van Morrison – The Best Of Van Morrison, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn’t steal music.
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12 thoughts on “For dreary Chinese New Year’s afternoons”

  1. I am bringing my pencil and sketchbook along for tommorrow’s visit-the-relatives. Anybody who lives in the East, say hi if you see anybody doodling away in the neighbourhood park.

  2. I am bringing my pencil and sketchbook along for tommorrow’s visit-the-relatives. Anybody who lives in the East, say hi if you see anybody doodling away in the neighbourhood park.

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