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  1. The Long March

    30 Jul 2016

    The march started on St Kilda Road “Let’s go!” the leader of the marshals shouted out and the march begins. Beside participants chatting among one another and having their photograph taken with the on duty police officers, the march started quietly. There was no chanting of slogan or whatsoever, it…


  2. Justice, Truth and Peace

    25 Jul 2016

    Seeking justice, telling the truth and appealing for peace Saturday Struggle It was a cold morning, about 9 deg and windy, I struggle to get out of my warm bed on a Saturday morning, what was I thinking? If I find it hard to wake up early to attend a…


  3. The Unusual Protest

    24 Jul 2016

    Appealing for peace in South China Sea Before I go further, I have mentioned in my previous blog post that I try to only discuss photography related issue in my blog, but rules are meant to be broken right? However, don’t expect great political views in this blog (and maybe…


  4. Where do the children play?

    13 Apr 2016

    Not a war zone I haven’t been writing a lot since my exhibition, so many things going on but I promise I will try. Few weeks ago, I chanced upon this unique installation of mist that create an ephemeral cloud in the sculpture garden at NGV International, St Kilda Road.…


  5. Why the Sony a7S?

    05 Aug 2015

    My first camera was a Canon, so was my second. Then my iPhone became my primary practise in photography. So why do I need another camera? I’m the least to be known as a gearhead, I always believe the camera is just a tool for you to create the imagery…


  6. What should I blog about?

    22 Jul 2015

    I’m not good at writing, that’s why I prefer to take pictures. But since I upgraded to the Professional version on Format.com, it includes 1000 pages and blog feature, so I thought might as well make good use of it and document some useful stuff from my photography journey.  If…


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