The name for this project was Seven Days for Seven Souls. In this project, a town run by ruthless killers hidden within the desert of the dying tree. The violence is a growing cancer upon the fantasy world of Asunda. They describe it as, “it’s a watering hole for the devil.” But for one man, it’s a second chance at revenge… and a last chance at redemption. A man with no name has returned to the town of Oasis. A mysterious guy whose violent past haunts him. It’s been ten years since his wife and child were on the verge of turning him away from evil but they were murdered and so was he. Now, he has been released from hell for seven days to collect the seven souls responsible for their death, including his mistress.
I’m a fan of anime and this project was well written. But the reason why I chose this as one I didn’t like is because it left too many questions up there. They call this man a stranger with no name, no history but year they include that he has a violent past and a family. And unknown man downs that’ve nothing to his name just the shoes on his feet. They didn’t make clear the situation with this stranger. The in-clarification was the reason for a bad review on this project.
This project is dealing with Singapore’s vibrant BBQ culture. It explains that it is alive and kicking, and Stoke brings a taste of their gourmet on to the grill. Stoke BBQ is filled with artisanal meats and the some tasty appetisers, and they deliver it free-of-charge to the doorstep so family and friends have a sensational BBQ experience.
I really enjoyed this video because no only am I fan of BBQ but I found their message to be clear. They introduced themselves and what they are about. Clear and specified, they told us what they offer to their customers which is beyond the call of duty. Stoke lets us get a deeper look into the BBQ game and gave me a few methods to try.