Here’s a special public service plug for the International Museum Day 🙂
Monthly Archives: May 2008
My heart goes out to China especially the earthquake victims as I watched the nation mourn and wail on CNN yesterday in my hotel room in Bangkok.
This came into my inbox today from a friend in China :
One of the stories was about a little boy, he’s 9 years old. When the earthquake just started, the school building started to crash, he was buried, Continue reading
Please pray for Myanmar:
EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT: BODIES BEING THROWN INTO RIVER
in Bogalay, Myanmar
Homeless children watched on Tuesday as solemn men unceremoniously dropped dead bodies into the river of this southern Myanmar township.
The funeral-like procession to the river was one of many disturbing images of the destruction left by Myanmar’s deadly cyclone, which could be seen everywhere in Bogalay.
The estimated 240km/h winds spared only four of the 369 houses Continue reading
I was just reviewing some of the photos on my HTC Touch Cruise and Canon S80 and thought it’s about time to upload them.
These are random photos of co-sojourners I meet as I go about my daily activities so I decided to start this regular (hopefully!) series of photos of co-sojourners I meet in my daily life.
After all, who knows when (if ever) our paths will cross again?
First of all, photos from Ogilvy’s Open Room event :