Money does not grow on trees. Or does it? Talk about taking things literal - behold, a money tree.
Situated at the north-eastern suburb of the city centre of China's Capital Beijing, not too far from the airport, is an old industrial area that has over the years, been developed into an art district called 789 Art Zone.
The day I visited the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, I was greeted by people, a lot of people, and pretty much did not see anything else. Here's my story.
To mark the one year since I visited the inexplicably beautiful land of Tibet, I created this photo collage of some photos I took in Tibet.
Young Tibetans line the top of rooftops, carrying sticks, and singing songs as they paced up and down the rooftop. Here's what they're really doing.
Leaving Lijiang Old Town and a 7hour bumpy bus ride after, we arrived at Lugu Lake, home to the Mosou People, the last existing matriarchal society in the world.
It's amazing how much can happen in a single train ride.
2010 has come and gone.
And an amazing year it was for me. So I thought I’d start the new year and this new blog well by sharing these photographs of how I spent the past year.
Presenting, my 2010 in 25 photos: