Written by Adrian Tan, author of The Teenage Textbook (1988), was the guest-of-honour at a recent NTU convocation ceremony. This was his speech to the graduating class of 2008.
I must say thank you to the faculty and staff of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information for inviting me to give your convocation address. It’s a wonderful honour and a privilege for me to speak here for ten minutes without fear of contradiction, defamation or retaliation. I say thi
I run a very unique, boutique creative company here in Bangkok. Recently we have been awarded an exciting, high profile account and I'm looking for a male or female Thai national Account Manager to work on this piece of business plus other on-going projects.
Here's what you will need have:
- Good written and spoken English
- at least 5 years experience in account management in advertising and/or design industry
- positive, fun personality
- be a good leader and able to manage project teams
185 voices from 12 countries join a choir that spans the globe: "Lux Aurumque," composed and conducted by Eric Whitacre, merges hundreds of tracks individually recorded and posted to YouTube. It's an astonishing illustration of how technology can connect us.
We just made this idea for one of our clients. Look out for them around town. They started this morning and its been getting a LOT of attention, not to mention getting a lot of business too.
Gives sandwich boards a whole new meaning
(If you love a great sandwich...sorry, without the girl inside....check out www.noshbangkok.com)
- Minimum 3 years experience in agency and/or design companies
- Reasonable English skills
- Thai national
- Good team player
- Self motivated and passionate
- To work on a full range of project from brand development, packaging and point of sale to advertising and marketing campaigns and all new media
- Must have good working knowledge of Macs and relative software
- 'Can do' attitude
- Able to take a project from concept to completion
EXCELLENT PAY AND BENEF
Sometime, long ago, in the last century (oohhh...****... last millennium!), when I played in a band, we used to do these 2 songs by Average White Band. We had so much fun playing them and never failed to get people up jigging their thing.Yeah.. white boys can cut the funk too.
Hearing them again brought back some great memories.Enjoy...
And one more that was a classic for this time...
This **** from a so-called educated man. Isn't there enough divide, prejudice and misunderstanding in Asia already? Pastor Rony Tan of Lighthouse Evangelism, Singapore, thinks gays and lesbians are sad pathological creatures with dysfunctional families, victims of sexual abuse, abusers of drugs and alcohol, insecure and possessive individuals. He also equates homosexuality with paedophilia and bestiality. For more, click here: kennethism.com/2010/02/10/pastor-rony-tan-of-lighthouse-evangelism-ne
Living in Asia, I do miss having the same kind of dinner parties I used to have very regularly in my home in Sydney.Cooking myself, for my good friends, is like sharing some love around. So, last Saturday was the first of many regular dinner parties to come.
Here are the simple ingredients... 1. Invite half a dozen good friends. 2. Start with a simple and delicious antipasto... here we have olive paste dip, fresh whole olives, some salami, Jamon slices, fresh tomato with boccaccini and fresh
I've always admired Bjork, even from her Sugarcube days. She's completely unique and her childlike, almost innocent creativity seems boundless.Here's one of my favourite songs and film clips from a few years ago.Enjoy.
And this was a related video I thought was great...'DOLL FACE'
I first came across Hugh MacLeod early last year. We was drawing (literally) 1000s of caroons on the back of business cards. I just loved the stuff he was doing. Here are just a few.... I noticed the other day he'd also written a book. Here is an excerpt....
So you want to be more creative, in art, in business, whatever. Here are some tips that have worked for me over the years.
1. Ignore everybody. 2. The idea doesn’t have to b