I have been living a different life the past few months. I shed (tried!) my girlishness and traded them for jeans, sneakers and jackets, complete with a pistol. ‘小妹’ (loosely translated as ‘little girl’) – that’s what they called me. I was a rookie CID trying my best along with the rest of my team to nab the toughest of criminals. It’s been a really fun ride and the people I worked with have been so lovely – always patient and ready to teach.
The shoot has now wrapped, and so calls the end of my adventure. It’s been an unforgettable four months, and I’m looking forward to the airing of the drama!
I had a strong sense of nostalgia filming at my school, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. I spent many afternoons there drawing, making jewellery and moulding pottery. Of course, NAFA is now housed in a spanking new building.
On the sky bridge at The Pinnacle@Duxton – Day/Night scenery. The night view is breath-taking.
Look at where the camera man has to be to get his shot!
Our very well-trained police dog – “小白”. His name is the exact opposite of how he looks!
We found these two dog skeletons in the toilet of this building we were filming! This is Not a prop. 😦
Guess who’s giving the ‘Victory’ sign?
Clowning around on set.
Studio! ~ Our swanky looking police office.