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flickr is now known as sevenload.

Now that flickr is (again) really completely blocked in China (or is it?), I decided to move away from it for good. Since I am german, the decision was easy: I went to sevenload. I also created an account with ipernity, but they seem to be too much of a flickr clone, which I simply don't like (no really, it's because they're french). Sevenload offers me free ...

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538898 Mails.

Yepp, that's fun. I love spam!

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I was elected to lead, not to read.

Hot damn! The new, Yahoo!-exclusive Simpsons trailer restored my hope in the movie. Finally a trailer to the Simpsons movie where I actually laughed! Click here to watch it. Spider-Pig, Spider-Pig...

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SIFF: I just don’t want anymore.

I went to the Shanghai Film Art Center on friday for accreditation, like I posted earlier. On saturday the horror started: I went first to the press conference in Pudong, where I managed to take some pictures of Michelle Rodriguez ('LOST') and Nathan Fillion ('FIREFLY', 'SERENITY'). Michelle Rodriguez told the journalists that she loved 'CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN ...

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Birthday 2.0?

Sweet Jesus, I got more birthday emails from some internet-bots than actual calls from friends and family. But nobody mailed me a cake!

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Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF): Day 1.

In the picture above you see that I eventually got a press card for the SIFF, the 10th Shanghai International Film Festival. But what a hussle! When I went to the Festival de Cannes two years ago, they asked me for a bunch of stuff that I had to submit there - by mail, printed out! It seemed much easier for the SIFF - from the website at least - until I stood in ...

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Back in Shanghai, at last!

That have been two damn long weeks since my last post. In the meantime I married (well, officially, with a party and stuff), traveled with 20 friends and family members to Xi'An to celebrate my wedding, after we had spend some days in Shanghai that is, then we flew from Xi'An to Beijing for some more sightseeing and partying. Sounds like fun? No, sir, sounds like ...

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