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Monday, April 12, 2010


Okinawa is one of the loveliest places I've every visited! Being the southern-most island, it is the only place in Japan with near tropical weather. Coral covered seabed and beach-lined coast promise great snorkeling and all sorts of beach related activities. There is no high rise, busy traffic or crowds. What impressed me most is the people - gentle, curteous and very, very helpful! They won't hesitate to go the extra mile, helping a foreigner find her way around.

As souvenirs, I've brought back starry sand grains from their famous Kaiji beach; 'sand of love' or 'lucky sand' as they called it. I've kept these in miniature bottles with colored sand. I've brought back lots and lots of photos and happy memories. I've also brought back a few extra pounds from the good food and rest, LOL! All I'm giving back is goodwill and well-wishing to everyone in Okinawa! I miss you all!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

My first time - 'ecstasea' featured in a magazine!

It is here! Wow, I'm so thrilled! There's an article introducing my shop in the international divers' magazine X-Ray Mag!

This article introduced seaglass and seaglass jewelry by artists all over the world, including myself and my BIGGEST all time FAVORITE : palmeras from Spain

Here's the latest issue of the magazine: http://www.xray-mag.com/pdfs/xray35/X-Ray35_FS.pdf


Thursday, April 1, 2010

My shop will be featured on X-RAY MAG!

It's the first time my seaglass jewelry shop 'ecstasea' is scheduled to be featured in a magazine! I'm absolutely thrilled about it!

This magazine is an eco-friendly, bi-monthly international dive lifestyle magazine established in 2004. There are in-depth reports of environmental issues, fantastic pictures of all kinds of sealife, professional guides to the best diving spots ... and much much more. The most important to me is, their core value of environmental conservation and respect of all lifeform are also my convictions.

I read in one of their articles that coral is far more useful in their natural environment than as jewelry hanging on someone's neck. It is so true that it puts shame in me - I have used a coral branch in one of my necklaces...But anyway, that will be my first and my last!

Subscription is free and readers are worldwide and growing. So if you want to be a part of them as well as read about my feature (due in April), here's the link: