Taking A Break From Blogging For The Next 2 Weeks. Flying Off To Kyoto and Osaka For Sakura Splendour!
Hello everyone, i'm doing a little bit of an update today while i'm so busy preparing for my upcoming travel photo shoot trip to Kyoto and Osaka. It's so hard to concentrate on other things when you know an awesome travel trip is impending! I will be taking a break from my usual photo blogging for the next 2 weeks+ with wonderful photo travelogues on my Japan travel trip to be shared with everyone in early April. Stay tuned! Till then, please continue to stay happy and cheery!
My Photo Essay On Taipei《到老台北牯岭街挖宝 - 成龙集邮社》 Published in LianheZaobao zbNOW 联合早报 Newspapers Dated 16 March 2015
A happy day! One of my photo essays on my trip to Taiwan 台湾 has been published in today's Lianhe Zaobao联合早报 newspapers dated 16 March 2015! Thrilled to see it being featured nationwide in print! Special thanks to Lianhe Zaobao, zbNOW/早报现在, you have made my day!
Please also feel free to browse my full travel photo story on the authentic Taipei Stamp Shop at this URL:
The published article on papers dated 16 March 2015!
My Photo Of An Elderly Man Staying At Singapore's HDB one-room Rental Flats Featured In My Paper, The Straits Times and OMY Documentary Talk Dated 9 March 2015
Long-time readers know that I am a self-declared street-art-hunter. I wrote about street art in different cities and countries, also about murals and street art in Singapore. There are some which i have discovered at a Clarke Quay underground bridge along Singapore River where walls were covered by mural painting done by Social Creatives in collaboration with SG cares, successfully spiced up the ambient in the tunnel. Deep down in my heart, it is not just a simple mural or an art, I believe it encompasses a strong social statement that a community can work together to bring an idea across to the people locally and globally in times to come.
Social Creatives is a Singapore-based, non-profit arts social enterprise. Since its founding in 2007, the group has actively worked towards making Singapore a more colourful city, both visually and emotionally. Social Creatives collaborates with a wide range of people, including established and aspiring artists, community groups, corporate enterprises, people with disabilities, troubled youth and local volunteers. Through the joint creation of public artworks, the group’s aim is to bring people together to transform bland or ignored city spaces into colourful, vibrant destinations that attract locals and tourists alike, and to create a sense of connection among Singaporeans themselves, as well as between residents and their city.