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Sydney CBD skyline at dusk, as viewed from Opera House forecourt (28 January 2007)

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about me

My name is Enoch Lau, and I have been a Wikipedian since January 2004 and had been an administrator since December 2005. I tended to do little tidbits of administrative work or vandalism spotting when I have some time, but most of my substantive edits arised when I'm revising for coursework, or in topics with which I have a personal connection. I've also enjoyed contributing photography to Wikipedia, and I now have a Canon EOS 350D! I contributed the "In the news" section of the weekly Wikipedia Signpost.

I previously attended Fort Street High School and I am now at the University of Sydney. In 2007, I completed my science degree with first-class honours in computer science, and I expect to graduate from law at the end of 2009. I reside in the Bankstown area in the south-west of Sydney.

If you like, please visit my site at where there's a little more info about me, pretty photos, as well as useful study material. To contact me, leave a message on my user talk page (much preferred) or send me an email.


Have a look at my collection of wallpaper images collated from Wikipedia and the Wikimedia Commons here.


Selected contributions: Photoelectric effectFort Street High SchoolOffer and acceptanceContractUniversity of Sydney UnionAll contributions

Spoken articles: Toilets in Japan (listen) — Sydney (listen: part 1, part 2) — Open cluster (listen) — Extrasolar planet (listen) — Robert Garran (listen) — All sound files

Edit count: 2000 edits on 17 June 2005 — 4000 on 30 October 2005 — 6000 on 20 December 2005 — 8000 on 24 January 2006 — 10000 on 28 March 2006 — 12000 on 22 July 2006 — 14000 on 11 December 2006 — 16000 on 11 March 2007 — 18000 on 16 December 2007


Australian Wikipedians' notice boardHK wikipedians' notice boardWikiProject Australian lawWikiProject SydneyWikiProject Photography & Photo Matching ServiceWikiProject Spoken WikipediaCounter Vandalism UnitFeatured picture candidatesWikiProject DisambiguationWikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost


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fellow wikipedians

Jogloran (talk · contribs) — Kewpid (talk · contribs) — Tiefighter (talk · contribs) — Sumple (talk · contribs) — Jnothman (talk · contribs) — Tarka (talk · contribs) — Shalmanese (talk · contribs) — Deathby (talk · contribs) — PalaceGuard008 (talk · contribs)

shameless self-promotion


The Editor's Barnstar
For tirelessly removing unencyclopedic matter from wikipedia, I award you the editor's barnstar. ßlηguγΣη
The Editor's Barnstar
For helping to prevent people making the assumption that Britt Allcroft is retarded because of the size of her lips. Peace. oTHErONE (Contribs) 06:52, 17 September 2006 (UTC)
The Barnstar of Diligence
I award you this barnstar for managing to delete an nn-bio before I even finished googling it. Great job! -- febtalk 07:54, 21 January 2007 (UTC)
The Defender of the Wiki Barnstar
For your excellent contributions to Wiki and for stopping vandalism from over exceeding,
Therefore I award you The Defender of the Wiki Barnstar. Artaxiad 11:20, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
The da Vinci Barnstar
A wonderful job at Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2008-01-14/Tutorial keep up the good work Jeepday (talk) 04:03, 16 January 2008 (UTC)


Licensing rights granted to Wikimedia Foundation
I grant non-exclusive permission for the Wikimedia Foundation Inc. to relicense my text and media contributions, including any images, audio clips, or video clips, under any copyleft license that it chooses, provided it maintains the free and open spirit of the GFDL. This permission acknowledges that future licensing needs of the Wikimedia projects may need adapting in unforeseen fashions to facilitate other uses, formats, and locations. It is given for as long as this banner remains.