Tag: nomads

Famous Cultural People Street, Jamie Chan, Leica, Shanghai, No Foreign Lands, Spring Airlines

旧 -My Shanghai Story with Spring Airlines

I was invited by Spring Airlines to find out My Shanghai Story along with a bunch of other bloggers to a cold and rainy Shanghai. After boarding the Metro, getting a little lost, asking a friendly local for directions later, we arrived at 1933 Shanghai before moving on to the DuoLun Famous Cultural People Street for lunch. The saying goes, “Shanghai, […]

Shanghai, Spring Airlines, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands Leica

My Shanghai Story with Spring Airlines

I have not been blogging much for the past couple of weeks as I’ve been everywhere. Quite literally. From assisting with photo workshops, curating works, mummy’s day out, travelling from Singapore to Shanghai, back to Singapore and travelling again the very next day; I am currently settled in Melbourne. I made a […]

melbourne, ocean, fishing, australia, seagulls, Jamie Chan, Leica, No Foreign Lands, Visual Storyteller

Chasing the Blues

Road trips are one of my favorite things to do while in Melbourne, Australia. Driving by the vast amount of land, there is so much beauty Australia has to offer and you have no idea what you will come across at the next turn. Wherever I go, I am […]

German Shepard, dog, Melbourne, Jamie Chan, Photography, Leica, wolf

Day out with the wolf

Willamstown is one of my favourite part of Melbourne. It features beautiful stretches of sand, is near the sea and home to killer fish and chips! (try Ocean Breeze Fish and Chips: 324 Melbourne Rd, Newport, VIC, 3015) The last time I was there, it was winter and the sky had a […]

Disposable film camera

25 Part 2

It took me a while since March 2013 to shoot and finish the MooveMedia disposable camera. Just like the previous 2 cameras I used, I had no control over any of the settings. I didn’t even know what ASA I was at… But I loved those cameras as […]

2013 in Images

2013 was in no particular order… Choir madness with some 6 public performances this year! From singing to fine dining and to down under… A bit of bonding with the family… How could I forget meeting up with the ASEAN people? Selfies!!! 七転び八起き. Nana korobi ya oki is a Japanese […]