Category Archives: Interior

Learning to Count

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Yau Ma Tei One typewriter, One abacas, One accountant. Suzhou / Huama numeral prices in dessert cafe.



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Mountain Food

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Yangshao Public picnic tables inside Twin Gate Mountain karst.



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House-bees

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Xinxing Inside my grandmother’s old family village home.



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Fast Food

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Macau Street food snack. Dim sum brunch. Afternoon cafe coffee.



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Time Travel

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 Kvosgol In each and every ger, touches of the modern world are seeping through the rafters. One evening I would be watching a loud incomprehensible Russian card game lit by a single lightbulb. The next



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Faked Fake

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Macau One incoherent overhyped show later, and we are shuffling once again through hordes of tourists back in what is supposedly a 5-star hotel. I guess these new mega-hotels provide everything that the new affluent Chinese



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Recycled Building

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Shixing Venturing through the side entrance of a run down traditional family ancestral hall building (祠堂), I realise that the crude drawings on the outside are not graffiti, but rather a hint to what can be



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Ice-cream on Ice

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Beijing Dessert for four: ice-cream, chocolate, strawberries, no complaints.



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Fine Dining

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Beijing Tea al fresco Wood fuelled kitchen    



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Cornered

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Central, Old Victoria Prison Once a friend told me that he wanted to buy an old-style hospital bed for his home because they were charmingly minimal and practical. I thought he was mad. Why would



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