World Order – Have A Nice Day (in Akihabara)

Japanese music video for Have A Nice Day by techno-pop group World Order. Decent song, interesting choreography and video concept…

The MV featured many elements of Tokyo’s Akihabara Electric Town, e.g. cosplay, specialist stores, maid cafe, anime, arcades, and girl group AKB48 etc.

World Order was formed in 2009 by Genki Sudo, a retired mix-martial artist and kickboxer, who also wrote most (if not all) of the group’s songs.

Hong Kong Film Awards 2014 nominees (HD)

The HK Film Awards Association [Cn] has released photos (for its special publication) of the main nominees of the 2014 awards which will be presented on April 13 (updated, winners in bold text, congratulations).

Hong Kong Film Awards 2014 best actress nominees
Best Actress – Cherry Ngan, Tang Wei, Zhang Ziyi, Sammi Cheng, Nina Paw

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OhBoy! Krystal in London (HD)

Korean girl group f(x)’s Krystal in Oh!Boy Magazine [Kr] with a special photoshoot in London, in collaboration with Rebecca Minkoff.

Fx Krystal London OhBoy Magazine

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Girls’ Generation (SNSD) Mister Mister

Korean pop group Girls’ Generation have released a music video for Mr.Mr., title track of their new Korean mini-album. Half decent song, at least better than I Got A Boy in 2013. The girls look gorgeous in the MV; hate the video editing though, too much flickering which unfortunately seems to be the trend in Kpop videos.

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Godzilla (2014) movie trailer

Trailer and poster for Hollywood movie Godzilla, the third American production (1956, 1998) based on the Japanese Godzilla franchise. In theatres May 16, 2014.

Godzilla 2014 Warner Bros movie

The film is directed by British filmmaker Gareth Edwards, written by Max Borenstein and stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Ken Watanabe, Elizabeth Olsen, Juliette Binoche, Sally Hawkins, David Strathairn and Bryan Cranston.

On side note, Godzilla is a (slightly tweaked) combination of two Japanese words, Gorilla and Whale. The original pronunciation was Gojira (gorira + kujira).