I absolutely love movie nights at Amplify, our student and young adult social nights at King’s. I have never missed a single Film Night and over the past two years have seen the likes of Hotel Rwanda, The Prestige, Transformers, The Incredible Hulk and just last week, Cool Running. The reason I love Film NightContinue reading “Movie lessons”
Lina Loong was a good friend of mine at university, and her testimony on how God prospered her as a dental student in Manchester serves as an encouragement to all students (especially those of the same background) to trust that God has the best plans for your lives. I came to the UK five yearsContinue reading “Lina’s testimony”
Moses Jones is a new drama shown on BBC Two, aired on Monday nights at 9pm. It tells the story of Detective Inspector Moses Jones (Shaun Parkes) and DS Dan Twentyman (Matt Smith) who are assigned to a case of a brutally mutilated body discovered in the Thames. All evidence suggests ritual killing at firstContinue reading “Moses Jones on BBC2”
Over Christmas and New Year’s last year, I did a 3-day placement at local newspaper, The Uxbridge Gazette. To get there I had to be dropped off at Wembley station and took the Metropolitan line all the way to Uxbridge, which was the last stop. For the three mornings that I was on that 30-minuteContinue reading “Boston to Southie”
Inspired by Genesis 18: 8: “When the food was ready, Abraham took some yogurt and milk … and he served it to the men.”
This photo was taken on a Sunday morning out in my first year at university. The Steve Biko building houses the Student Union, and I have fond memories of gigs, newsrooms and meetings in here. Dirty dirty sight. This photo was NOT arranged.
Ni hao from Dolothy Perkins I have something to show you, and it’s Dorothy Perkins’ Oriental-looking mannequins. Will you take a look at this! This photo was taken from their branch at Manchester’s Arndale. First TOPSHOP did it with black models, now look where they’ve “progressed” to. It’s positively racist BUT wicked! Reminds me ofContinue reading “Fashion ni hao”
On our last legs we checked in to Connect Hotel, situated two miles on the outskirts of Stockholm in a place called Aljvo. The hotel is busy all year round catering to Stockholm International Fair patrons, a conference venue that gathers designers and businesses under one roof to clinch deals. Psychedelic: Surreal foyer greets patronsContinue reading “Connect Hotel review”