Monthly Archives: August 2012

Cornering Jogja’s nights

The city of Yogyakarta, or better known as Jogja, is not a city that never sleeps. There are silent hours that fall upon the city starting few moments before midnight. Those moments are actually the time when the city feels … Continue reading

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People of China

I spentĀ 4 months living in China. It was not enough to fully understand the culture, but it had left a deep impression in me. Here are some photos of the interesting people that I saw and I was able to … Continue reading

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Beyond Hefang Jie

Hefang Jie or Hefang Street is a popular tourist destination in the city of Hangzhou, China. The entire street is filled with shops selling varieties of traditional Chinese crafts, jewellery, herbs, and expensive tea shops. It is a fun place … Continue reading

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Aowanda National Park

Taiwan, compared to other countries, perhaps not internationally known for its national parks. There are few highlights such as Taroko Gorge, Kending, or Alishan. But aside from those, there are other smaller and more hidden outdoors to explore. The wonderful … Continue reading

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Flashback from 2009: DPP’s protest

These photos were taken in Taipei on May 17th 2009. At that time the supporters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Kuomintang’s (KMT) opposite party, was throwing a protest. They were protesting against Taiwan’s president, Ma Ying Jiu, who expressed that … Continue reading

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4 out of 5 Six years ago my friend, Dalih, and I had this wonderful idea of making a modern day adaptation of the epic Mahabharata. We even decided who would be in our imaginary casts, and we both agreed … Continue reading

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The Raid (Serbuan Maut)

4.5 out of 5 Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! But all in a good way. Watching The Raid brings back the memory of high school hours spent on playing Counter Strike in internet cafes or playing Time Crisis in video game arcades. … Continue reading

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