As the name suggests, this is one of the oldest town in Taiwan and these very walls were once its defence from foreign invaders.
The walls are an impressive 13-meter high and 2,500 meter-long standing complete with its original gates. Read on to know more about it…
An exhibition, a PR rahrah piece and an essay all in one post! Have a look at what I did for the 2011 edition of the Shooting Home Youth Awards here.
A break from Singapore’s humid climate to the cool weather of Genting Highlands; tapping into my inner child for the Power Rangers Live Show. Go go Power Rangers!…
Postcard from Bali!
A summary of where I went during my time in paradise.
A feature in The Displaced Nation!
Melbourne has some incredible weather in which the sky turns incredibly blue.
It is quite hard to describe this blue as we don’t really get this sky over at Singapore and to wake up to this blue sky is absolutely breathtaking.
I’ve been blogging for almost 7 years now and it is interesting to see how I changed my writing style; way of shooting and as a person.
No Foreign Lands gets a new theme today and it is kind of amazing to look back and reflect for a bit.
Read on to find out what No Foreign Lands used to look like…
I was walking around Yaowarat; Bangkok’s Chinatown sometime last year when I chanced upon a street opera which was really interesting because both the audience and performers were Chinese. The stage was built in the middle of a construction ground and was quite literally in the middle of […]
A little over a year ago, my partner handed me 2 disposable film cameras with 25 exposures each. I’ve worked with film cameras but never with a disposable one. You can catch a glimpse of the camera above; no auto focus -heck there is no focus at all; no metering; […]