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Flying Thai Airways for the first time was “smooth as silk”. Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the flight!

“The First Choice Carrier with Touches of THAI”

THAI Airways has its origins in 1960 as a joint venture between Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Thailand’s domestic carrier, Thai Airways Company.

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By Xue Feng

“Because I like sea. And I’m crazy.”

Onomichi city, Hiroshima prefecture

The “Shell” 貝の店ロダン

“This is a drinking cafe in a museum where jazz flows.” – Mr. Seiichi Ishikawa

Introduction to the Shell Jazz Bar

A lover of Japan, Xue spent more than one year in this incredible country, most of the time off the beaten path – that makes her stories and photos so much unique.

This time Xue discovered a hidden gem in the Onomichi city in the Hiroshima prefecture: the “Shell”.

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By Arun Sharma – Guest Blogger

“Everyone living abroad has their own story and their own little quirks to say and express, so, this is me and this is my experience as a student in Bangkok, Thailand.”

A few months ago, everything was different and now that I look back, I realize that time can do a lot to a person. Today marks the hundredth day living in Bangkok, Thailand away from home and my family for the first time in my life.

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“Let’s Go to Singapore!” is the entry page to a series of posts exploring the island city-state of Singapore.

Planning

One of a sudden I decided to go to Singapore. I checked the AirAsia.com promotions for Bangkok and I booked the flight and the “Fragrance Hotel Ruby” in the middle of the Singapore red light district, Geylang.

I did a quick planning of the trip using the Frommer’s Singapore online guide, letting the details out for the fate (or whim) to decide.

For the five days trip I renounced to the checked baggage (that would cost me extra) and I took only my backpack as a carry-on luggage.

And, of course I left my chewing gum at home. Singapore banned the chewing gum since 1992!

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One of the harshest and coldest winters in Canada was the winter of 2013/14 – with a Christmas ice storm that downed trees and hydro lines, cutting power to half million people – and a series of polar vortexes. The polar vortex from the beginning  of January froze the Niagara River and the two smaller waterfalls, creating an unusual winter landscape.

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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 Ethics

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