KENDERAAN BERADA DI ATAS
KURANG 30 KAKI DARI SIMPANG JALAN
Two friends, looking like ghosts in front of a moldy wall of a parking lot. Wei Kung’s feet mimic the geometric shapes on Ong Swee Ling’s* bag.
I wanted to dance, but Lapsap isn’t what it used to be. Thank goodness for sisterly companions.
* Bukan nama sebenar
A drawing of a stereotypical Butch portrayed ‘tapauing’ mixed rice, with her very Al Gore-unfriendly styrofoam packet tilted at an angle (black soy sauce is leaking out). She may be a hip hop sales assistant in Sungai Wang Plaza.
The ‘TV-celebrity-in-her-homeland’ forensic pathologist was all over the front pages of the Malaysian newspapers the other day. Mostly all except for Utusan Malaysia. She was photographed with a wonderfully gaudy top (did I remember sequins?) and her hair was styled not too differently from the plumage of a very bold ferocious rooster. What a brave woman!
In contrast, Ah Chow belongs to a very different category of aesthetics in terms of hair. Her naturally dark brown hair, sculpted into an upside-down bowl, was very similar to Mr Raf Simons’ boys on the Jil Sander Spring 2010 runway. Tree hugging some more by the side of the road. How mysterious!
While walking to IKANO for chicken rice.