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The highlights of my trip to Monaco was an unforgettable meal at Alain Ducasse’s Louis XV and the Oceanographic museum. It’s large and extensive as you get to learn about the behaviour and nature of all the little living creatures that make the eco system under the sea. I don’t have a padi licence as […]

I wasn’t aware that the building opened end of 2016, it still looks incredibly new and foot traffic was still relatively light over the recent Shenzhen Design week. Incredibly high ceilings make the exhibition space vast. Possibly the absence of columns also makes for an airy spacey feel one commonly associates with airports. The taxi […]

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I have a love-hate relationship with Macau. While this socially shallow place leaves a gaping hole in my soul for the lack of intellectual stimulation in the community, there’s so much rich and deep cultural history in this country shadowed by the glitzy casinos and what’s brighter, bigger and better that’s making the news headlines. Most […]

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This is probably one of the most underrated buildings in the country. It’s odd and beautiful at the same time, sensibly and beautifully designed by the Chinese architect I.M Pei, the interiors are stunning and one of modulation, light, space and the experiential walk through the spiral top to get to different themed rooms. If […]