New visuals again. Don’t you just love Fresh stuffs all the time.

Ngoc Lan’s Night broadcasted on VOA in Vietnamese by journalist Truong Ky.

Louis Armstrong’s The Complete Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings is amazing. Pops’ singing, scatting and blowing are incredible. While his trumpet sounds like a human voice, his scat singing sounds like a trumpet. Of course, his rough vocals are unmatchable.

Ray Charles’s The Birth Of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm & Blues is another invaluable boxset that can be jam from one disc to the next. From “Roll With My Baby” to “Mess Around” to “What’d I Say, Parts 1 & 2,” Charles touches both your body and soul.

La Salle University (my old school) is redesigned. Still using nested tables and annoying Flash incorporated feature.

Stephen Chow is, as always, funny as hell in the parody of Royal Tramp (Tan Luc Dinh Ky). I watched the Vietnamese dubbed version and Van Son sounds horrible in Chow’s character.

After sixteen years in the Philippines (I could hardly lasted after six months), 229 Vietnamese refugees arrived at LA International Airport. Welcome on board, my people!

Ben Fink Shapiro, one of our student photographers in the College Relations, has an online portfolio showcasing his works.

Wickedrice is a blog from my hometown girl in Lancaster. Mai and I go way back to high school. It’s nice to see at least one of my friends is blogging more than me.

That’s it, folks. Have a great weekend!