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When an old stroller is home

When an old stroller is home

I was given the opportunity to spend the evening last night with the homeless of Chow Kit, KL. It was a wet Saturday night, but they came in droves, packing the sidewalk for hours in anticipation of the various NGOs who would distribute food and clothes. I mingled amongst them, and observed. The first thing…

By the sea in Manila Bay, Philippines

By the sea in Manila Bay, Philippines

Spent a couple of days at work last week in Manila, Philippines. Despite the typhoon warning, it was a good trip and very productive. The pinoy hospitality really shone through: smiles, laughter, good food and a wonderful attention to detail. We had dinner at the Harbourview Restaurant, and given it’s location overlooking Manila Bay, it…

Australian Panoramas – Katoomba National Park & Darling Harbour

Australian Panoramas – Katoomba National Park & Darling Harbour

On a recent trip to Australia, i tried my hand at putting together a few panoramas. The vistas were just amazing: wide & expansive. Even with an ultra-wide Canon 17-40mm lens, there was no way to take it all in. Enter panoramas. Click through the images for a larger version on Flickr. Setup is a…

A gift for everyone, “REACHING FOR THE SKIES”

A gift for everyone, “REACHING FOR THE SKIES”

I’m giving away this photograph to all my friends for download to use as their wallpaper. It works if you’re like me and like to display all your icons to the right of your screen. Enjoy! You can download the file here without the borders “REACHING FOR THE SKIES” (15MB ZIP) Please drop me a…

The Return of the Maybank Photography Awards

The Return of the Maybank Photography Awards

The Maybank Photography Awards 2012 (MPA2012) was a great success last year. 20,000 submissions from across the country, events on the ground and digitally — it was fantastic for a significant brand to engage the public in an activity for which there is so much passion. This year, Maybank is bringing back the MPA and…

5-day cinematic of the haze in Kuala Lumpur

5-day cinematic of the haze in Kuala Lumpur

I looked out of the window at the start of the week and was amazed at how my normally beautiful view was completely destroyed by the haze. There was a dull, murky brown goo everywhere, and visibility was down to just a few hundred meters. The API reading was just shy of 200. Over the…

The Rock Bar, Bali

The Rock Bar, Bali

I recently visited Bali for the Bali Marathon. After the race was over, what better place than to visit the hottest spot on the island: the Rock Bar. An amazing attraction, literally hanging off the cliffs of Jimbaran facing west. Makes for some great vistas and the perfect view of sunset. Some may say that…

Thank you, Dato Sri Abdul Wahid Omar

Thank you, Dato Sri Abdul Wahid Omar

At his farewell party today, he said, “Grown men don’t cry.” I manned up and sucked it in. When he took over Maybank, it was in trouble. In just 5 short years, his leadership transformed it into a world-beater, one of the Top 20 strongest banks in the world. That’s nothing short of amazing. What…

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