Author has written 2 stories for Transformers/Beast Wars, and Digimon.
Introduction: An Australian-born Chinese who currently happens to be job searching while at the same time taking his driving lessons. Like many others, I'm a fan of anime and manga, an otaku to be exact. Usually I go for the subtitled anime more than the dubbed as I never had a liking to badly done voiceovers or any anime for teenagers that were reduced to kiddies' show (With horribly bad jokes and puns in addition too!)
Status (Still in construction)
Real Name: Michael Lam
Anime/Manga: Busou Renkin (manga), Card Captor Sakura, Chrono Crusade (manga), Digimon Adventure 01/02/Tamers/Frontier, Savers & Xros Wars, Fate/stay night, Hellsing (manga), Kaibutsu Oujo, Kaleido Star, Love Hina (manga), Mobile Suit Gundam Wing, Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, Negima: Magister Negi Magi (manga), Neon Genesis Evangelion, Noir, Pocket Monsters, Rockman.EXE, Ryuusei no Rockman, Rurouni Kenshin, School Rumble, Shakugan no Shana, Shingetsutan (Lunar Legend) Tsukihime, Star Ocean EX, Strike Witches, Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya), Tokyo Mew Mew, Trinity Blood, Vampire Game (manga), Vampire Hunter D, Weizz Kreuz, Wolf's Rain, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, Zoids.
Anything belonging to their respective owners is their own property, while any OCs and anything related belong to myself.
1. Heroes of Cybertron and Planet Earth (Transformers Armada)
2. White Reflection (Digimon Adventure 02)
Update: 01/03/12 - After six glorious years, it was time for a change. And that change involved upgrading to a new computer, since our old one was having issues. So with the help of my cousin, he was able to get a computer specialist (names Matt) to build a custom LG computer, with more space, running speed, and pre-installed programs like GIMP 2 (a Photoshop-eske program), Itunes, the game Portal 2 (which I should get round to playing, and the usual Firefox and Internet Explorer. Good thing I kept a back up of important files, and still had some programs like Microsoft Windows. So goodbye to old rubbishy junk programs that have been slowing me down, and hello to a new life (hopefully without encountering any new crap online)! I managed to get rid of my old computer along with our old accounts with Matt's help.
A month ago, I had to have a dental operation to remove four of my wisdom teeth while under anaesthesia, so I was off work, in which I've recovered. Besides another month of rinsing my mouth with salt water (now that my teeth don't seem to hurt as much) and that I've recently returned to work, it turns out it's my mother's turn for an operation - this time involving women's problem (something called hysterectomy). All I know is that afterwards, she's off work for about six weeks, so my sister and I have to look after her while she recovers afterwards. It may not be easy, but nevertheless, hope the operation goes smoothly, and godspeed to a full recovery too. For looking after us, it's our turn to look after you! :salute:
I also recently saw a couple of films, many good (even though the first one I saw after The Muppets regrettably made me fall asleep in one part of it). For a bit of mystery, there's the sequel to Robert Downey Jr.'s hit, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. It was so good to hear the inner detective dialogue again, especially since he's facing Professor Moriarty this time! But one of the moments I enjoyed was that Stephen Fry was in it too! :D The second film I watched was more of an eye-opener for me. If you like Liam Neeson and survival films, then I think The Grey would be your choice! Quite the thriller, with Neeson playing a hired guard to a group of oil diggers when stranded after a plane crash in the icy wilderness will also having to deal with a ravenous pack of wolves! Quite the thrilling story, sad in some moments, but nevertheless, I quite enjoyed it more! :)
Finally, over a week until next Wednesday until my 25th birthday! My how time flies - I just wonder how it'll turn out. All I know is that my sister and my mother are in the process of ordering tickets to Cirque du Soleil - Ovo, which will be showing in mid-July! It may take a while, but better that our family is well - no good going out when Mum's in the midst of recovery. But I'm sure it'll be worth it, and I'd best make a special on Deviantart as well! :)
Well, I'd better get to bed so I can provide transport for mother tomorrow to the hospital (already done, original journal at Deviantart was updated a few days ago). But before that, I'd just had my spirits lifted greatly due to the The Umbilical Brothers: Don't Explain on TV before! Who woulda though mimicry and sound effects by an Australian comedy duo would be worth such great laughs - especially seeing them on the Comedy Festival on TV! I highly recommend watching them!
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