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davidlian is an ultra-geeky chinese dude that works for a technology PR agency. He loves fiddling with techno-toys, plays Warhammer 40K, and shoots pictures wherever he goes. Here, he rants about PR, Technology and anything else. Don't expect balance and un-biased, he ain't no journalist. Anything said on this blog are solely davidlian's personal views. Don't confuse them with company mantra, client's views or views of any organisation he may be part of.

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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Back + 1

Hello dear faithful reader. Firstly, sorry for the lack of posts on this blog recently. You see, I've been swamped by life and busy welcoming the new addition to my family - Elizabeth Lian.

Yes, I'm a dad now. It feels great; except when I'm awake at 3:30 a.m. still carrying her and she's wide awake.

Some of you might already have heard of her on Twitter or seen some pics of her. In case you haven't I've put together the Picasa album below for you to have a peek. Enjoy!




PS. Regular service to this blog resumes (hopefully) next week. I'll be moving to a Wordpress hosted blog (finally) and am planning to tighten content as well. Stay tuned.

13 comments:

Kimberly Low said...

elizabeth is beautiful!!!

davidlian said...

Thanks! I always said I'd look hot as a woman...hahaha

XMOCHA said...

She's gorgeous! Congratulations and Happy Father's Day!

davidlian said...

Thanks!

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