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Musings from the Edge of Forever

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that is associated with RONIN ON EMPTY.

Fun with Wax

When Kozo launched his blog back in 2007, some of his initial posts involved fun with wax dummies. Ever the derivative one, I will also use this blog to unload all my Hong Kong-related wax figure fun. Enjoy!

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Hong Kong Cinema Legends — Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui

Michelle Yeoh

“What do you mean, ‘Did I play the mummy?’!”


Possibly warmer and more life-like than Kelly Chen’s actual onscreen presence.


Bae Yong-Joon, obligatory Pan-Asia dummy (I’m the one on the right!)


Lord Vader was only able to encase Andy Lau’s hand in carbonite before delivering him to the notorious Jabba the Hutt. Andy’s current hand replacement designed by some whiny kid named “Luke.”


When Tony Leung is busy…INFERNAL AFFAIRS 4: Burning Sensation!

Bruce Lee and Me

Bruce Lee, Me, and a Dorky Pair of Jean Shorts

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4 Responses to “Fun with Wax”

  1. Gabriel Says:

    So what was the plot of your Ronin on Empty novel?

  2. laicheukpan Says:

    Sanjuro! I miss you.

  3. admin Says:



    Ronin on Empty centers on Sanjuro Jones — a half-Japanese, half-white, all-American college boy — who previously appeared (although it was actually written afterward) in the published short story “The Sushi Bar at the Edge of Forever.” Basically, through a drunken act of chivalry on Sanjuro’s part, he garners the attention of a retired Hong Kong film producer. It seems that the son of this disgraced movie mogul has gone missing, and it’s up to Sanjuro to track him down. The request seems harmless enough, but the more Sanjuro delves into the mystery, the more he becomes entangled in an intricate web of lies, blackmail, and sordid family secrets. Hijinks ensue…




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