Photography Ethics

Photo Manipulation in the Digital World Photographic and video images can reveal great truths, expose wrongdoing and neglect, inspire hope and understanding and connect people around the globe through the language of visual understanding. Photographs can also cause great harm if they are callously intrusive or are manipulated. – National Press Photographers Association’s Code of, Read More

An Adventure in Bread Tasting By Xue Feng Being Addicted to Bread I wasn’t  that addicted to bread a year ago. However, after a half-year stay in Japan, my love towards bread is unstoppable. I drool in front of any bakery store and fascinate about their texture and aroma; wonder what kind of jam or cheese to, Read More

Travel Quotes

Inspirational Travel Quotes, Stories and Photos Enjoy my favorite travel quotes coupled with stories I lived and photos I took during my travels. 1. “To awaken quite alone in a strange town is one of the pleasantest sensations in the world. You are surrounded by adventure. You have no idea of what is in store for, Read More

Tibet

“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” – Saint Augustine

Tokyo art

Or When the Alien Is a Human “There will always be a reason why you meet people. Either you need them to change your life or you’re the one that will change theirs.” – Madeline Sheehan Borrowing the title from ufology, “Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind” involves direct communication between aliens and humans., Read More

Best of 100 Travel Stories

To kick off the new year, we’d like to share with you the best of ‘100 Travel Stories’ for 2015: top travel stories, top countries from where the visitors come and the most active commenters in 2015.

Beer of the World

Well known or never heard about beers, strange tastes and crazy names, here is a selection of 12 beers I enjoyed around the world.

Khone Phapheng Falls, Laos

The News I am back in Bangkok, after days of intensive travel to Hua Hin and River Kwai in Thailand, to Pakse area and waterfalls in Laos and to Ko Lipe Island in the Andaman Sea. Busy itineraries, an injury, lack of internet connection and romance in between prevented me to post new stories, Read More

Taipei, Taiwan

By Xue Feng Or Why I travel? First of all, let me give a big sigh. This is the fifth time I re-write the opening paragraph. I’d blame on my fever I just got as a souvenir in this not-so-cold season in Beijing. I just flew back from Seoul, a city full of crazy, Read More

100 Travel Stories Logo

The deconstruction of a logo