Peaceful Funeral

I accidentally witnessed a local funeral in Pingyao during my last minutes in the town. It seems like the person had a good life and a peaceful death because most of the people in the funeral were happy (in the good way) rather than sorrow. Around 20 local workers were hired to bring the huge […]

Pingyao Police

Just a fun blog post about the police in Pingyao. Many types of police flooded over the small town make me feel more insecure rather than safety. I haven’t seen so many police like this during the last 3 months in Thailand. Moreover, most of the Thai policemen are friendly and talk to you with […]

One day in Xian

I stayed one and a half day in Xian before leaving to Pingyao. It’s just another city of China on the way of developing. The air is so polluted because of the huge a mount of constructions not so far from the city center. I got a trouble when shooting in a local market on […]

TEDxChiangMai Moments

It’s a honor for me to be a photographer of TEDxChiangMai which just happened last weekend. More than twenty speaker from or living in South East Asia with diversity in age and occupation talking in the theme of “Smart Societies”. According to the organizer, 500 people attended the event which is a remarkable number for […]

Chiang Rai

I spent last Saturday night walking around Chiang Rai. Nothing so special compared to Chiang Mai but the night market is less touristic and it’s the real place for local people to relax and party. There is a huge group dancing in the city hall and most of the participants are over 40. This type […]