Night markets are popular in China, as is photographing them. The photographs of bustling neon lights with busy locals and bewildered laowai, or foreigners, have their own charm and life. But so do the ones with no one in them at all.
This is one that does close, and it is quiet when that […]digest →
It’s like the Chinese Denny’s. That’s what I always say. When I’m out with my Chinese friends, and it’s like you gotta eat after drinking. This is where you come in the middle of the night, in the morning. It’s like the Chinese Denny’s… Actually, that’s what they could use here, a Denny’s. – […]digest →
If Colonel Sanders and Bruce Lee took each other on, I would think that Bruce would have the upper hand in all things Kung Fu. However, in fast food, the man in the white suit still reigns supreme, even in China. This might be Kung Fu versus Kentucky Fried.digest →
Visionaries rarely get their due and supermarkets are fascinating.
Whenever making it to a new country, it seems the sightseeing I find myself engaging in wanes from the epic and grand, instead turning to the mundane and ordinary. Enter the supermarket. Through a tumultuous past and half way across the world, the supermarket stands […]digest →