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“The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street.” – Robert Doisneau

This is part 2 of People of Toronto street photography series.

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Home to 230 different nationalities, Toronto is the most diverse city in the world. You can experience different cultures right here, without travelling to far away places. ChinatownGreektown, Little Italy, Koreatown, Little India, Little Portugal – are all lovely neighborhoods with their own lifestyle, cuisine, traditions and festivals – perfect places for street photography. People of Toronto is a two part series of photos taken over a period of eight years using Sigma DP series cameras.

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This post was originally published on February 20, 2015 and updated on July 12, 2018.

“Imagine a city, with a skyline punctuated by minarets, Mogul-style domes and skyscrapers; imagine colourful, food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan trees.” – Lonely Planet

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Pride Toronto is an annual event held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in June each year. A celebration of the diversity of the LGBT community in the Greater Toronto Area. It is one of the largest organized gay pride festivals in the world, featuring several stages with live performers and DJs, several licensed venues, a large Dyke March, a Trans March and the Pride Parade. (Wikipedia)

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Marina Bay

Amazing architecture in Singapore! The place to be is Marina Bay. I spent a full day in the area, shooting like crazy under extreme heat. The heat worked towards my advantage. Besides losing some weight, most of the shooting areas were deserted of people, who took cover from sun inside the enormous shopping mall.

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A Touch of the Cantonese Culinary Delights

Photos and captions by Xue Feng.

Fishballs, stinky tofu, ‘pineapple’ bun, sweet tofu soup, chicken feet, claypot rice, Yung Kee’s roast goose, roast pigeon, snake soup, typhoon-shelter crab, egg noodles, congee and lotus seed paste – are just few Cantonese dishes you need to try.

Xue recorded her trip to Hong Kong by taking snapshots of the city and its worldwide recognized cuisine. Discover some of the best Hong Kong restaurants: the 90 years old Dim Sum Lin Heung Tea House, the mob’s crime place of Luk Yu Tea House and more.

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