Category: Countries

YFest, Esplanade, Dance photography, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Singapore

The Poetry of Movements

This is a way overdue post which sat in my drafts since…>.> I’ve been so extremely busy but I’ll chitchat later. On to the post(: What is the world without music? We are exposed to music everywhere we go and I simply cannot fathom a world without music. Dance […]

Thailand, Transport, Jamie Chan, Travel Blogger, No Foreign Lands

Traveling Lost

This is a way overdue post mainly because I don’t know if I should even make certain things public and that the cat is on my laptop half the time which equals to no work day<3 Well given that I’ve edited, re-edited and stared at this post for more […]

Songkran splendors, Jamie Chan, Thai New Year, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

Songkran Splendours

This post was supposed to be up last week but I had no WIFI for the entire week thus the delay. Anyways I am in Hanoi now and the WIFI here is pretty stable so you can expect lots of backlogged stories from Thailand and new ones from […]

Thailand, Bangkok, Flower Market

Of temples and waterguns

Its been a week since I left Singapore for the land of smiles(: This trip is definitely healing me in a way that I don’t have a severe breakout of hives every night. My leg still hurts but its bearable for now… The word ‘relax’ has not been […]

Bangkok, Thai Dancer, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands

Now what?

I reached the land of smiles, Thailand safe and sound on Monday. Despite the initial blur-ness due to my lack of sleep and flu, I absolutely love this country! I started shooting the moment I arrived and got lost for a bit in the airport… I managed to […]

Jamie Chan, ASEAN, Borobudur, Indonesia, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

A night to remember

This is possibly the longest post I’ve ever written as I have more than 37 drafts for this so pay attention and try to keep up(: A month passed, my dream ended and I am back in Singapore. Honest to god, I wanted to blog everyday for the […]

Yogyakarta, Jamie Chan, Indonesia, ASEAN, Rain

Day one

I don’t think I actually announced it on my blog yet. Form the 20th to the 27th of November, I am representing Singapore as a photojournalist in an ASEAN youth camp. Read, ALL EXPENSES PAID HOLIDAY. So I am currently blogging from Borobudur -Indonesia from a really brilliant […]