Weekly update - White Rabbit Art Gallery and brunch at Meet Mica

/ Sunday, 24 September 2017 /
Fafur the Martyr by Peng Hung-Chih. Fafar was a character who resembled Mickey Mouse who appeared in Hamas television. In essence, its purpose was to indoctrinate young kids with ideas of matrydom and to rise against "enemies of Islam". The rest of the sculpture incorporates images of Christ and the star of David. Pretty sombre stuff about the conflict of religions.
This display reminded me of piano keys.
Such a detailed painting. You can see hidden figures, including that of Buddha.

Cathedral made out of sex toys, whips and leather. It was commentary about how Christianity is form of "bondage" and "religious exultation" has tones of "sexual pleasure". I interpreted the installation as how the church aspires to emit an image of holiness, but in reality that's not quite the case.
Arsonist's dream come true. This was oddly peaceful (probably because of the euphoric classical music playing in the background).

Crab congee and spicy crab noodles. The congee was DELICIOUS. Albeit we did wait for more than 1 hour to get into Meet Mica. #asiansliketoqueue
Matcha French toast! First two bites were great but it got very overwhelming. If you try this, don't add all the condensed milk!
  1. Back into the grind at work! I feel like I am finally back into the groove of things 2 weeks after returning from Europe.
  2. Went to an asian comedy night (a part of the Sydney Fringe Festival). Some of the acts were good, but of course there was the typical commentary and comical complaints about strict parents and Pauline Hanson. It was refreshing to hear non-Asian related jokes by Asian people though! There was a particularly dry and self-deprecating comedian who was hilarious.
  3. Meal-prepping is turning out to be quite enjoyable (who knew that those words would ever come out of my mouth...). I have made Korean rice cakes, lamb chops and lemon grass pork and peri peri chicken thus far (thank you Nando's for your sauces).
  4. Started watching Younger (I know that I'm very late on the boat)! Despite it being produced by Darren Star, it's a much lighter, bubbly and less risqué version of Sex and the City (nothing will ever beat S&TC haha). I love Liza's boss. I don't know why but I feel that she has Karen Walker vibes from Will&Grace....


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