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  • Heritage Shoot at Little India

    Heritage Shoot at Little India
    "Eppadi Irukkinga?" It means "How are you?" in Tamil language. The best place to go for a cultural exchange with Indians in Singapore would be in Little India. Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood located near the Upper Serangoon Road and is just behind Tekka Market, one of the famous markets and hawker centers in Singapore.
  • Welcome to JB

    Welcome to JB
    Isn't it fun to shoot in other countries? For me it is, because I get to look at new things and faces; experience new cultures etc. So I am going to introduce you guys to Johor, Malaysia! Johor is a state in Malaysia, located at the southern part and it is one of the most developed areas too. The exact place that I am going to introduce here is Johor Bahru, the state capital of Johor. For a Singaporean like me, we visit there often as it is easily accessible for us because there is a causeway linking Singapore and Johor.
  • Spike Island, Bristol

    Spike Island, Bristol
    Last April, some Bristolian friends of mine took me to Spike Island. I've been to Bristol a fair few times but didn't have a clue about this place. What used to be the home of the Brooke Bond Tea Company now houses over 70 studios for artists, writers, and sculptures and while there are often exhibitions, workshops, and courses on offer once a year, they open up their studios to the public.
  • Texas Renaissance Festival

    Texas Renaissance Festival
    The Texas Renaissance Festival is the best renaissance festival in the United States. It takes place every weekend from about the first weekend in October to the last weekend in November each year. It's located in Plantersville, Texas.
  • Come Down to Chinatown with the Kodak EB 100

    Come Down to Chinatown with the Kodak EB 100
    Chinatown is a well-known place for Chinese people, be it in Singapore, the US, etc. Today I am going to introduce the Chinatown in Singapore to you guys. Chinatown is an ethnic neighbourhood where strong Chinese cultural elements can be found and it is located within the larger district of Outram and here we call it as Niu Che Shui (牛车水) which means bull-cart water. It was called as such because back in the 19th century, water supply there were carried around by bull cart.
  • Coffee Shops: Great Arenas for Art

    Coffee Shops: Great Arenas for Art
    In Hawai'i, local art hardly gets any chance to be showcased to large audiences. In fact, the art scene in Hawai'i is somewhat sparse to begin with. However, I've noticed a rising trend for small coffee shops to display local artists' works on their walls. In this article, I'll highlight two coffee shops: Glazer's Coffee and Coffee Gallery.
  • Shooting Angry Birds with EPR 64 and Sensia 100

    Shooting Angry Birds with EPR 64 and Sensia 100
    Have you ever heard birds singing? I bet some of you have. Here, I will show you guys a singing corner for birds located at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West. It is a popular place among bird lovers but not for lomographers like us. So I hope more lomographers will press their shutter buttons there and share this location here.
  • Snapshots of a Business Breakfast Roundtable at The China Club

    Snapshots of a Business Breakfast Roundtable at The China Club
    Have you ever wondered what a business roundtable for senior executives looks like? Then check out these photos snapped before the event started.
  • Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

    Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo
    The Vigeland Sculpture Park of Oslo covers an area of 75 acres. More than 200 sculptures are all modeled in full size by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is open to visitors all year long.
  • Paris, the City of Art and Culture

    Paris, the City of Art and Culture
    You don’t really to have to wander far to find works of art when you’re in Paris. This is my second trip to Paris. Unfortunately, this time, my stay was cut short due to events beyond my control. Thus, I had only an afternoon to explore the sights before catching the next 13-hour flight home.
  • Gdansk, Poland

    Gdansk, Poland
    Despite its history of being an important historical port at the Baltic Sea, today's Gdansk Old Town has been shined up and stocked full of hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, and amber shops alongside with the Burgher houses that line its streets.
  • Charles Bridge, Prague

    Charles Bridge, Prague
    The 13th century Charles Bridge is a popular attraction in Eastern Europe, especially during the spring and summer months. Early morning is the best time to have the bridge by your own since it's always filled with tourists. A romantic evening walk through the beautifully-lit streets of Prague by night is an awesome idea too.
  • Stirling & Loch Lomond, Scotland

    Stirling & Loch Lomond, Scotland
    A Scottish road trip which runs from Stirling Castle to the Wallace Monument then the Loch Lomond! My best friend and her boyfriend who were working in Germany came and visited me in Edinburgh when I was studying there. We rented a car and went on a road trip on a sunny autumn day. My housemate joined us too!
  • Tow Moo Keong Temple, Kuantan: Nine Emperor Gods Festival

    Tow Moo Keong Temple, Kuantan: Nine Emperor Gods Festival
    The Nine Emperor Gods Festival is one of the big festivals for Taoists in Southeast Asia. This is a nine-day celebration beginning on the first day of the 9th lunar month of the Chinese calendar.
  • St Andrews, Scotland

    St Andrews, Scotland
    St. Andrews is the home to the oldest university in Scotland. It is Scotland's oldest university, which was founded in 1413. It is one of the most prestigious universities in the United Kingdom and is also the home university of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
  • Chain Bridge, Budapest

    Chain Bridge, Budapest
    Chain Bridge (Lánc Híd) crossing the Danube River is the oldest and most beautiful bridge that connects Buda and Pest. It is a suspension bridge and was opened in 1849.
  • Christmas Market of the Continents

    Christmas Market of the Continents
    Who would like to have Christmas gifts from around the world but does not want to travel halfway across the world for it? For this type of people there is the Berlin-Dahlem, the (Christmas) market of the continents.
  • Orlando Towers, Soweto

    Orlando Towers, Soweto
    Looking for some art, culture, and adventure? You must be asking yourself “So where to”? SOWETO is where. The Orlando Towers have become part of Johannesburg's playground fpr extreme adventures.
  • Raffles Hotel Singapore’s Free All Year Round Art Exhibition

    Raffles Hotel Singapore’s Free All Year Round Art Exhibition
    There’s more to Singapore’s iconic Raffles Hotel than its Singapore Slings and famous guests like writers Ernest Hemingway and Somerset Maugham who once graced the hotel.
  • Guide to the Best Flea Markets in the City!

    Guide to the Best Flea Markets in the City!
    Your guide to the top fleas and markets in New York City! Hands down, my all-time favorite thing to do in the city is exploring all the fleas and markets. New York has every market from indoors to outdoors, antiques to food, and everything in between.