Have you been inspired to go to a city because of a book you read ? You know that feeling of turning every pages and as you move along with the story, your imagination not only tries to put a face to the characters, but it inspires you that dream of being able to visit […]Read more "The Museum of Innocence, Istanbul, Turkey"
The term “freedom of expression” could not be more appropriate to describe what Arte Moris is all about. Taking the most important word for each and every Timorese, “Freedom” in all ways and forms has not been easy for one of the world’s youngest nation. The 25 years of tumultuous Indonesia military occupation had lead […]Read more "“Freedom of Expression” at Arte Moris, Dili, East Timor"
Despite my lack of Nihongo speaking and reading abilities, one thing that makes my travel across Japan quite manageable is the vast network of trains and the website called Hyperdia. I mentioned on my previous blog post that in order to experience India one must experience its railway system, I guess same analogy perfectly fit […]Read more "The Railway Museum, Saitama City, Japan"
Along with the many characters, anime shows and manga series that Japan has introduced to the world, there are few exceptions that defines what the culture is all about or shall we say, selected classics that we often associate with the country and their fascination with heroes clad with sometimes weird costumes and unusual superpowers. […]Read more "“TOKUSATSU” – Special Effects Exhibit at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo"