Hello everyone, A happy start to a new week, hope all of you had a great weekend! I know some of you are anxiously waiting for my next photo blog post on my recent trip to Taiwan, Part 6 of A Glimpse of Old Streets in Modern Taiwan will be released very soon!
My travelling spree for Year 2013 has started! Well, i just came back from a short getaway break at Hong Kong over a long weekend. I went over to explore a few more places in Hong Kong which i did not manage to cover in my last April trip. Besides that, the other main reason why i flew to Hong Kong was to check out a book store named - Aco Books 艺鵠 - located in Causeway Bay which two of my travel photo essays to be published in an upcoming creative lifestyle travel magazine will also be put up for sale at this Hong Kong bookstore too! Not sure if you still remember that i briefly mentioned about my soon-to-be published travel photo essays (Haikou & Hong Kong Sham Shui Po) in my blog post November last year.
I thought, since i was heading there for some photography shoot over the weekend, i might as well also make a trip down to this place to find out more about the bookstore. Stepping into Aco Books, the noisy summer bustle vanishes and peace descends. Spacious and homey, this little store stocks English and Chinese language books that cannot be found in mainstream publishing houses. I honestly can't wait for that book to be published locally and overseas this Spring soon! :-)
There will be several photo blog posts coming up soon, please continue to stay faithfully close tune to my photography blog. I will complete my whole Taiwan travelogue first before i blog on some of the places travelled in Hong Kong over last weekend. Other than showcasing my photo pieces through my personal blog, i also have some few photo publication submissions on hand which need to be done within some timeline period. I sincerely hope all of you can continue to show your utmost support and appreciation in my photography work as always! Have a great week ahead :-)
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