Photography, Travel

Yoiyoiyama! 宵々山

Throwback Thursday!

These are photos of Yoiyoiyama (Gion Matsuri) from a lil’ more than a year ago. Now you see I have this problem call procrastination when it comes to editing. Well actually when it comes to most things. Still we’re not here to discuss my lack of merits but rather to recall fond memories of the passing summers. Continue reading

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Style, Travel

Summer Dressing and Macalister

At the expense of sounding mundane, I must confess that Continue reading

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Photography, Travel

Rubbing a lil’ Happiness from this Nordic land

So how do you beat post- long weekend cum post- travelling blues?  Perhaps I may find some answers from one of the happiest country in the world. Continue reading

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Style

Raya

Of my 22 years as a Malaysian, I have only really had any form of true Raya celebrations in the last 4 years. If you are unfamiliar with Malaysia, here’s a crash course for you. We are a small country in the South East Asia, sandwiched between Thailand and Singapore. And, like many of our neighbours, we boast being a melting pot of cultures. Having said that, I cannot declare that I am well acquainted with the ways and culture of other races. Continue reading

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Photography, Style

Balmy all-White among Roses

This is one of those rare days where everything, from the Regent Park visit to the people gathered, is spontaneous. Everything except the gleaming white on white outfit that is. Truth be told, that was the first time that I have dressed solely for visual effect and I do mean solely. Continue reading

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Photography, Travel

Dyed Beach Silhouettes

Port Dickson, always mentioned with its abbreviation P.D. in my family. The setting egg yolk witnessed our brief reunion after a long time. P.D. may have a Hard Rock Café hotel but it is by

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Art

EXOBIOTANICA

I first knew about Azuma Makoto and AMKK (東信、花樹研究所), his ‘floral & fauna lab’, from his collaboration Belle Epoque Florale with Perrier-Jouët. The lightness of the white floral suspended in a silver thin wire cube, a sense of minimalist aesthetic embody by many contemporary Japanese designer; A quality that had won the hearts of the world many times over and captivated me effortlessly.

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