Well. This is one for the records. Admittedly, I was considering starting this post with a pun about the world not ending in 2012, but still being explosive (harhar), but then thought I’d spare you. We could do with less cheesy hyperboles. But honestly – …read more
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By Naomi Alyssa on 31 December, 2012 in Asia, Borneo, Brunei Darussalam, China, England, Europe, Georgia, Germany, Japan, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Russia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey
The colonial history wasn’t all that surprised me in Macau. Rather, I was taken back by all the street art I saw – something I’d missed in Hong Kong, and barely seen in Taiwan.
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