Tag: chinese

  • Seagull TLR 4B - So Elegant

    written by saviorjosh on 2009-08-26 #gear
    Seagull TLR 4B - So Elegant

    A TLR camera is an artwork all in itself. When I shoot with my beloved Seagull TLR 4B, it is a unique camera. When I don’t use it, it rests on my shelf as a unique decoration.

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  • The Debonair: The Different Diana Clone

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2013-03-29 #gear
    The Debonair: The Different Diana Clone

    I have quite a lot of sixties Dianas and its clones. They all look similar and yet they are all a bit different. I like all those plastic vintage cameras, not only because they look good, but also because they all have their own little quirks and features. However, one stands out, and it is the Debonair. I am really crazy about this one. Let me explain you why.

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  • The "Chinese" Supermarket (Mulhouse)

    written by marguegue on 2009-03-25 #places
    The "Chinese" Supermarket (Mulhouse)

    The “Chinese” supermarket, it’s great! The food is weird when you look at it but its very tasty and healthy.

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  • A Trip to Carpenter Street: One of the Oldest Streets in Kuching

    written by cutebun on 2012-03-17 #places
    A Trip to Carpenter Street: One of the Oldest Streets in Kuching

    Carpenter Street - one of the earliest streets in Kuching that is rich in history and is well preserved up to this day. I went and explore the street like a tourist and the result are amazing! This street is located in the city center and filled with old and new shop lots.

  • The Smallest Chinatown in the World

    written by lintrs on 2013-03-24 #places
    The Smallest Chinatown in the World

    No matter where you go in the world, in almost every large city you will find a Chinatown. Mexico City is no different, but what sets this Chinese hub aside is its tiny size. Covering but a single block, this Mexican Chinatown is probably the smallest in the world.

  • Kasturi Walk Central Market

    written by lihooi on 2011-12-10 #places
    Kasturi Walk Central Market

    The Kasturi Walk was officially launched in February 2011. It is a lane (now a covered walkway) right next to the Kuala Lumpur Central Market. Kasturi Walk features three pewter-coated polycarbonate giant wau bulan (The Malay kite) stand as a symbol of Malay heritage, in order to retain and promote culture in this area.