Sean许益凯【听见爱】MV

“让天下父母《听见爱》 | 本地圈| Astro 中文视界!”

Sean许益凯《听见爱》MV 预告片抢先看!音乐X 插画跨界创作, 感受温暖质朴小清新。Sean许益凯的《听见爱》正在MY FM以及MELODY FM热播,MV也如火如荼进入后制工作。这次,特邀《Creative Volts 创意窝》主创插画家Abner叶孙鸣跨界合作,为《听见爱》MV全片创作插画,传递爱的温暖和质朴。5月25日,Sean许益凯《听见爱》MV ,Astro本地圈官方频道质感首播。

 

不懂为何,长大了,离家了
无法回家的理由,变更多了
小时你们,再怎么,辛苦呢
却能用爱给了,所能给的

求什么?我健康快乐

这一刻,我在争什么呢?
这一刻,我又超越了谁呢?
时间向前,我追着,却忘了
听见爱,在身后喊着

不懂为何,长大了,离家了
无法回家的理由,变更多了
想着你们,在等着,谁的门
手机随身带着,距离远了

求你们,都健康快乐

这一刻,我在争什么呢?
这一刻,我又超越了谁呢?
时间向前,我追着,却忘了
听见爱,在身后喊着

夜黑了,天亮了
谁的门,在等着
求你们,健康快乐 Oh

时间向前,我追着,还记得
听见爱,曾经多深刻
听见爱,拥抱里温热

曲:陈欣桦/陈彦珲 (OP: Jam Records Sdn Bhd)
词:瑞业 (OP: Like Music)
唱:Sean 许益凯
主创插画家:Abner叶孙鸣 (Creative Volts 创意窝)
制作 : 陈彦珲
编曲 : 陈彦珲 / 魏文浩
和音编写 : 陈彦珲 / 潘沁珈
和音 : 陈彦珲 / 潘沁珈
吉他 : 魏文浩
混音 : Peter Chong

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WAAT 1.0: Books Bartering & Art Market @ Sin Chew Daily HQ

“<好书交享阅>反应热 • 捐书换书 • 满载而归!” 迈入第三年的“好书交享阅”二手书活动,吸引不少爱书人络绎不绝前来八打灵再也星洲日报文化厅选书、捐书和换书,并从书海中找到自己的心头爱。 新闻全文(一):http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/1429727 新闻全文(二):http://www.sinchew.com.my/node/1430746

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WAAT 1.0: Endangered Species Conservation (Sshown Chang Solo Art Exhibition)

Hug A Shark Day 2.0

“The thought of hugging a predator is enough to give anyone the chills but the volunteers in shark costumes at The Square in Publika recently were spreading warmth by giving out hugs.”

The “I’m Finished With Fins” event was designed to encourage the public to say “no” to shark’s fin soup and save the declining shark population. According to Evainezzel Khoo, a Shark Savers volunteer at the event, up to 73 million sharks are killed yearly just for their fins. The demand for shark’s fin soup has been the No. 1 cause for the 99% decrease in the shark population over the last 50 years.

Aquaria KLCC, who had set up a booth at the event to educate the public on shark facts, stresses that shark meat — fins included — contains mercury, a toxic element that cannot be dispelled by the body so, one is better off not consuming shark’s fin soup.

IM4U volunteer Faruq Iskandar, who was there to chaperone the group of shark-costumed huggers, said there was also a moral responsibility for the human race to reexamine the process of fin harvesting in the industry. “Five years ago, at a dive site in Anilao, Philippines, we found a shark carcass. The fish had died a slow agonising death after fishermen had hacked its fins off and threw its body overboard,” said Faruq.

Coming on board to voice their protests as well were éPure, a beauty mask company and Enlinea, who runs the wedding.com.my and motherhood.com.my web portals. According to ePure general manager Arthur Liew, the company has taken a stand by refusing to serve shark’s fin soup at all its internal events and claims from all staff members for shark’s fin soup will not be entertained. Liew said the company had also pledged to channel 100% of the sales made during the event to help with fundraising. Enlinea head of sales and marketing Stacey Lee said she will be doing her part to “put pressure” on its websites’ vendors to refrain from promoting shark’s fin in their banquet menus and to spread the “Finished With Fins” message to wedding couples. “As it is, many five star hotels in the city have stopped featuring shark’s fin in their menu,” said Lee.

Lending support in the form of a live art installation were Creative Volts (CV) and Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) who had taken a month to complete paper sculptures of a mother and her baby shark. Placed on top of white boxes, the students gave a live exhibition as they painted in the scenery of mountains and nature.

Said co-founder from CV, KG Tey and MIA graphic department lecturer Ani Nazihah Abu Bakar, the work is a depiction of the mother and her baby shark swimming in the wild. “It is to symbolise their right to survival.” Explaining the colour themes for the paper sculptures, Ani points out that the grey and white tones for the mother shark is a representation of the species’ current endangered situation. The lively shades in the baby shark shows a better tomorrow. She is hopeful thanks to the ongoing awareness programmes and events to preserve the ocean’s apex predator.

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