Photos taken last year in the Toronto subway – part of the “Subway” photo book, a Ryerson University project.
By using a small HQ camera I was able to capture moments in time and emotions without intrusion and preserving the surprise factor most of the time.
Let’s tell the story through Images. Read More
What’s different, new and surprising for a foreigner in Bangkok in short stories and photos. Read More
Finally I did it! From a large variety of insects, worms, frogs, bugs and other alien looking creatures I tried three varieties here in Bangkok, under my own will and being in the right state of mind: fried frogs, bamboo and wood worms!
A certain quantity of Hong Thong (Thai spirits) helps.
Read the tasting review, and, if have a chance, try a little bug next time! Read More
Busy itineraries, an injury, lack of internet connection and romance in between prevented me to post new stories to the blog.
The photos are piling up, hundreds at a time. The process of selecting the best photos from almost 4,000 is tedious and takes a lot of time.
By Xue Feng
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 shopping malls that open almost 24 hrs. per day. Before this, I was travelling in Taiwan for roughly two months. Actually this is the first time for me going on a half a year trip. My travel routine usually ranges from one week to one month. Read More
Bangkok street photography: city, people, faith, food, night life and fun photos with a story.
Bangkok at night reminds me of the “Sin City” neo-noir movie without the violence: the suspended highways right through the city, the sound of sirens, the strange-looking skyscrapers with a hint of gothic, the shanty places, the red light neon signs and the ladies of the night, the stray dogs and stray people in dark alleys. Read More
Flying for the first time with the Taiwanese EVA Airlines was a pleasant surprise. Everything is done with the customer in mind, starting with the service and ending with the branding.
The cute, mignon stewardesses were running up and down the aisles in beautiful dark cyan uniforms. When there was time for serving the meals, they will wear pastel coloured aprons. “Watch out! The cart is coming!” Read More
Travelling to Japan, you cannot stop noticing the difference between Japanese and Western signage. The signs in Japan can be cartoonish, funny, blunt and creative. But they do attract the attention of the intended target, both children and adults.
Here are the funniest 20 signs spotted throughout Japan, from Tokyo to Kyoto to Okinawa. Enjoy, comment and share! Read More