Posts Tagged ‘People’

Lao Sai Tao Yuan Teochew Opera Troupe in Singapore

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

This post is a reprint of a post by Hendra Lauw that originally appeared at Life through the Lens Photography.

“This is a dying art”, said Carine, the 7th generation Lao Sai Tao Yuan Teochew Opera troupe’s member who only started performing about 3 years ago. “In Singapore, there are only 4 troupes left. We are the oldest. We have been around for 152 years.”, Carine explained. M (Read more...)

Fuji X-T1 and Helios 44-2 lens

Saturday, January 16th, 2016

This post is a reprint of a post by Hendra Lauw that originally appeared at Life through the Lens Photography.

Shot with Fuji X-T1 and Helios 44-2 lens at f/2.

Saw this man enjoying his Tiger Beer at one of the coffee shops in Katong, Singapore. That’s his second bottle.

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Surviving Hiroshima

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

This post is a reprint of a post by Jerome Lim, The Wondering Wanderer that originally appeared at The Long and Winding Road.

The dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, seven decades ago, is very much in the news today. The bomb, the first of the only two nuclear devices ever used in war, brought death, devastation and immense suffering to the estimated 350,000 inhabitants of densely populated coastal c (Read more...)

Enter Pyongyang – See This City In Time-lapse

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Adine Chin that originally appeared at Penny's Daybook.

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This observational film about North Korea's capital has us captivated. Wonderfully shot, Enter Pyongyang shows an unexpectedly decorous side to the city.

Enter Pyongyang – See This City In Time-lapse
Adine Chin

5 Things We Forget To Thank Our Best Friends For

Monday, November 10th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Adine Chin that originally appeared at Penny's Daybook.

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Best friends can be annoying, but they can also be the most reliable people in your life. These are 5 things we forget to thank our best friends for.

5 Things We Forget To Thank Our Best Friends For
Adine Chin

The Peace Boat docks at the POD

Sunday, April 6th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Jerome Lim, The Wondering Wanderer that originally appeared at The Long and Winding Road.

It was two Sundays ago at the National Library’s the POD that the opportunity arose to hear the accounts of the Hibakusha. Survivors of the atomic bombs dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki close to seven decades ago, the group of seven, together with other participants of (Read more...)

Surround Yourself with Good Company

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Adine Chin that originally appeared at Penny's Daybook.

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We can't go through anything on our own, no matter how strong we think we are. So surround yourself with good company - your amazing support system!

Surround Yourself with Good Company
Adine Chin

The Longest Way by Christoph Rehage

Monday, January 6th, 2014

This post is a reprint of a post by Adine Chin that originally appeared at Penny's Daybook.

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The Longest Way is a timelapse of Christoph Rehage's 4500KM adventure on foot from Beijing to Germany. It also documents the growth of his beard.

The Longest Way by Christoph Rehage
Adine Chin

Sasha Leahovcenco – End Of The Earth

Friday, December 27th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by Adine Chin that originally appeared at Penny's Daybook.

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Photographer Sasha Leahovcenco traveled to Chukotka, Russia to visit a community that has never had their picture taken, nor have they seen a camera. See his photographs from the End Of The Earth.

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100 Strangers Project – No. 28

Sunday, November 17th, 2013

This post is a reprint of a post by Hendra Lauw that originally appeared at life through the lens.

100 Strangers Project - by Hendra Lauw - No. 28

His name is A.J Surazi. He was born in Indragiri, Sumatera, Indonesia, 76 years ago and migrated to Singapore at the age of 12. He is my stranger no. 28.

He started shooting in the 1990s and is now shooting with Leica rangefinder cameras.When I met him yesterday at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, he (Read more...)