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  • 夏日的釜山

    夏日的釜山
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    釜山除了有著名的廣安大橋夜景外,其實她還有很多有趣的地方讓你發掘,在炎熱夏日你一定會盡得其樂。
  • Shanxi - Yungang Grottoes (UNESCO)

    Shanxi - Yungang Grottoes (UNESCO)
    Similar to Dunhuang's Mogao Grottoes, the Yungang Grottoes is located in Datong City of Shanxi province in China. If you are interested in Buddhism, Yungang Grottoes has some excellent examples of rock-cut architecture and is one of the three most famous ancient Buddhist sculptural sites of China.
  • Bulguksa Temple of Gyeongju, South Korea

    Bulguksa Temple of Gyeongju, South Korea
    Bulguksa Temple was a temple designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO back in 1995. It is a famous tourist spot and a must go place in Gyeongju. It was built in year 528 during the Silla Kingdom. It underwent several renovations ever since it was built.
  • A Glimpse into the Past: Suncheon Open Film Set, South Korea

    A Glimpse into the Past: Suncheon Open Film Set, South Korea
    Are you a big fan of Korean drama? If you are, I am sure you will love this open film set, or you might even have watched one or two dramas that were filmed here. Even if you are not one of us, I am sure you will be able to find the beauty of old Korea and the beauty of this open film set.
  • Songgwangsa Temple, Naganeupseong & Suncheonman Bay, Suncheon (South Korea)

    Songgwangsa Temple, Naganeupseong & Suncheonman Bay, Suncheon (South Korea)
    One of the most famous tourist spots in Suncheon would be Suncheonman Bay, a natural habitat full of reeds. Songgwangsa Temple is famous as it qualifies as one of the three most precious treasures in Buddhism. Last but not least, Naganeupseong Folk Village has a well-preserved castle so you will be able to know and understand the living style of Korean in the past.
  • Busan in the Summertime

    Busan in the Summertime
    You might know Busan for its famous mountain for hiking and perhaps for Gwangan Bridge or for its night view. But Busan also has a lot of interesting places to visit and you would definitely enjoy it even during the burning summer season.
  • GyeongJu of South Korea [GolGul Temple]

    GyeongJu of South Korea [GolGul Temple]
    Gol Gul Sa Temple would not be something familiar to most Koreans and they probably would mistakenly thought you are talking about Bulguk Sa Temple. Golgulsa Temple is the only temple cave in South Korea and built completely out of stone back in the 6th century. I, hereby, sincerely suggest you should go to Gol Gul Sa Temple for a walk, though it would be very exhausting but it would not disappoint you.
  • A Look Back In Time: Tunis

    A Look Back In Time: Tunis
    It is a sentimental moment looking at all these photos of Tunis. After I went to Tunis in the summer of 2010, I waited for about five months before I can have these processed in the lab. I actually just got these not long ago - after the demonstrations started.
  • A Place to Relax in the Bustling City: Hong Kong

    A Place to Relax in the Bustling City: Hong Kong
    When you hear the name Hong Kong, what is the first image that comes to your mind? A shopping paradise? Local food? Or maybe you don't even know anything about HK? Actually, apart from being an important financial center and shopping destination in Asia, Hong Kong has more surprises up its sleeve.
  • Thailand - A Homeland for Everyone

    Thailand - A Homeland for Everyone
    Last year, I spent a whole month in Thailand. I am not Thai, but I must say I treat Thailand like my homeland. The people, the shops, the atmosphere, the views and the hotels, finally, you find a place to relax yourself. I think that the reason why Thailand is my must go place every summer.
  • Tunisia - A Summer in Somewhere Extraordinary

    Tunisia - A Summer in Somewhere Extraordinary
    Spending a summer in Tunisia is not an ordinary choice for most Asians, maybe you rather go to Thailand or some European countries like Spain. But rest assured that spending a summer in Tunisia wouldn't disappoint you.
  • Salt Lake in Tunisia

    Salt Lake in Tunisia
    While crossing the Sahara after camel riding in Douz, we are heading to Tozeur, during which we passed by a salt lake. It is such a great pleasure to be here during the magic hour, the sun is not burning, and we have enough light to capture this beautiful landscape.
  • El Jem - The World's 3rd Largest Amphitheatre

    El Jem - The World's 3rd Largest Amphitheatre
    The ruins of the amphitheatre were declared a World Heritage Site in 1979. El Jem is famous for its amphitheatre (often incorrectly called "a coliseum"), capable of seating 35,000 spectators. Read on for a little dose of culture and history!
  • Matmata - Where Luke Skywalker Lives

    Matmata - Where Luke Skywalker Lives
    Ever wonder on which planet does Luke Skywalker's home located? Thanks for the Berber who dug the pit thousands years ago, it's now where the Skywalker lives and where the Star Wars spirit saturated. If you are a big fan of Star Wars, go to Tunisia and visit Matmata.
  • 突尼西亞 - 非洲的一端 (Tunisia)

    突尼西亞 - 非洲的一端 (Tunisia)
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    聽過突尼西亞的人相信不多,選擇這裡的人可能更少。位於北非的突尼西亞, 比你相象中要不像一個非洲城市應有的樣貌。鄰近意大利的突尼西亞是歐洲人的夏日度假之選。
  • Redscale 120 Summer Fun!

    Redscale 120 Summer Fun!
    I read from the internet that people make their own redscale film by re-rolling the film on the opposite side, I never understand what they are talking about. People also have to consider about the exposure because the ISO would be completely different.