VLOG#1 I Made a VLOG!

6th December 2016 / Shanghai

Watch my first VLOG on Youku (China)

Watch my first VLOG video on Youtube

The latest highlight and challenge of my video-making journey was realised a couple of weeks ago, when I decided one day to make a VLOG! It was not planned at all, but I was super lucky to have had quite an eventful day so it wasn’t (too) boring.

Watch on Youku (China)

Watch on Youtube

So the premise of the vlog was the Feast food festival that was happening a few blocks away from where I live — A food festival where many chefs from famous restaurants in Shanghai congregate at put up stalls. We’re talking about Michelin-starred restaurants putting up a stall here and letting people sample their food for a fraction of the usual cost.

Some highlights other than eating all that great food, was having a chat with Chef Sean Jorgensen, who had just taken over the reigns at one of the newest and most prolific restaurant in Shanghai at the moment, Highline, co-owned by John Liu.

Also, I had a segment with multiple Michelin-starred Chef Stefan Stiller and Jimmy Lee, owner of the coolest coffee shop in Shanghai.

Anyway, have a watch, let me know what you think. It was my first time doing such a program, and I was super nervous doing it, worrying about saying the wrong thing, and worrying about my terrible speech/accent.

Many thanks to my pals Rachel Gouk from CityWeekend and Yannick from Shanghaiist for assisting me in various tasks on the day!

Directed, shot and edited by yours truly.

 

Author: Fred Lin

Fred "The Shanghai Kid" Lin was born in Singapore, and grew up in a family of foodies and home-cooks. He moved to Shanghai in 2007 and fell in love with the city, eventually carving a self-made career out of digital media design and development. He founded The Shanghai Kid food blog in 2013, and opened an award-winning Singaporean restaurant in 2014, which won CityWeekend's Outstanding Southeast Asian restaurant of the year in 2016. In 2017, he decided to reboot, and shut down all his businesses in Shanghai before moving back to Singapore with his wife. Fred plans to immigrate to Melbourne in the near future.

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