The Beauty of Borobudur

In September 2015, Fann and I traveled to the city of Yogyakarta for a short trip. The trip was a spontaneous one and it came about when we accidentally stumbled upon a couple of super cheap air tickets from Airasia. So, we had no choice but to go. One of our most memorable places we

The Year was 2015

It’s that time of the year again. 2015 has been a good year for me. My year kicked off with me volunteering to help out the flood situation in the East Coast in January. An announcement was made to call for volunteers urgently. Within seconds, I responded to them and decided to hop on the

Sunrise at Mount Prau

People think that mountain climbing is my hobby. Well, it does look like it since many of my photos seem to be about them. In fact, it’s not the mountain climbing that I’m hooked on, but it’s the feeling of seeing the first sunrise from above the clouds that makes me feel much more alive.

70th Anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea

10 October 2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the Worker’s Party of Korea (WPK). Despite all the excitement going around and leading up to the big day, still much of its information and details were shrouded in mystery. This includes the schedule of the parade and the location of where tourists could stand to view

My First Selfie: Chapter 1

The technology of photography has changed dramatically over the past years. It was once a tool for the rich, but today it has evolved into an affordable and everyday essential item in our daily lives tucked inside this mini device we call the smartphones. Today, most of us have hundreds if not thousands of photos

Landscapes of Bagan

Hidden away along the banks of the Irrawaddy River, the ancient city of Bagan is a photographers’ wonderland. Bagan is home to the densest concentration of ancient Buddhist temples and pagodas in the world. What makes this place so magical? Well, due to the thousands of temples that was built for hundreds of years across

Colonial Buildings of Yangon

Walking down the streets of downtown Yangon, old and dilapitated buildings loom like ghosts from another time. The decaying facade of these buildings are filled with old paint and small trees squeezing through those little cracks. The buildings are still above all standing as they have been for over a century. It is like a

Sunrise of U-Bein

Only half an hour drive away from the old capital of Mandalay in the village of Amarapura, lies this bridge that is one of the most scenic things I”ve ever seen in my life. The U-Bein Bridge is a teakwood bridge that is known to be the oldest and longest in the world. U-Bein Bridge