We were lucky enough to be invited to attend one of the Asian Marching Boys’ (AMB) rehearsals for the Mardi Gras in a couple of weeks time. The AMB strives to promote the visibility of Asian gay men in Australia. They are one of only a few groups in the Mardi Gras whose members are predominatelyContinue reading “Asian Marching Boys rehearsal”
This was the first time I attended the Chinese New Year Twilight Parade. Actually when they say twilight, it’s actually very bright when the parade starts. It doesn’t start to feel dark until more than half an hour in.
Here are some more sculptures, this time from the Tamarama side including the main Tamarama beach area. There really are so many sculptures it’s impossible to do it all at once! If you take just a few angles of each one you’d end up with thousands of photos!
Sculpture by the Sea is the world’s largest free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition. In its 14th year, the event includes several locations around Australia as well as an exhibition in Denmark.
This year, someone managed to trick me into watching the sunrise at Bondi. For some reason there’s a lot of hype around sunrise at the sculptures this year.
Animania 2010. This year it seems that Bleach, Code Geass, and Naruto were the big ones. There were also a lot of classics and also stuff I didn’t know.
There were some fashion shows on the first weekend of 30 Days of Fashion. Because an unnamed person couldn’t wake up, we missed some of the morning ones, but made it in time to make the 12 noon session.
The 17th Biennale of Sydney – a contemporary arts festival held every 2 years. This was the first year I attended. There were events at various venues, but we only went to Cockatoo Island, an old industrial island in Sydney Harbour just off Balmain. Even then, it took us the whole day to walk aroundContinue reading “17th Biennale of Sydney – Cockatoo Island”