What has been happening with the war on drugs? The Economist Explains.
In light of my recent deployment in Vanuatu, it became more than apparent how important the 'Media Window' to any event is. It plays more than a critical role securing the future livelihoods of the beneficiaries that are being served. … Continue reading
The unforgiving Cyclone Pam devoured Port Vila and surrounding islands in Vanuatu on the night of 13 March. The cyclone was a Category 5, the first that Vanuatu has seen in a long time. 4 days later, I was on … Continue reading
The path of light is the only path. But where does it lead? Trash is but trash until that of the beholder.
Where there is demand, there is supply. The nature of us, is to survive, and execute what will we have to do so. The suppliers need their supply too. When there is time, time is what we have. Waiting patiently. … Continue reading
An array of Christmas lights! Although the boat isn't really moving that fast!
A spectrum of beautiful lights captured from the bridge. And to think this was once Singapore's 'CBD'
What started as a fun thing to do at Clark Quay has become a 'go-to-place' in Singapore! Some shots are better in black and white!
The taxi slowed down as it attempted to scoot around hundreds of people carrying their suitcases or bags making way into the Kolkata train station. As the taxi stops, I see swarms of people going in and out of the … Continue reading