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If I were to judge a book by its cover, I wouldn’t have picked it up. However,, the title and synopsis was interesting. This suspense novel is peppered with rich historical facts of 16th century Italy, in the same genre as Donna Tartt’s novels peppered with exciting historical recreation of that era like a Ken […]

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It’s Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday as they say in French) or Shrove Tuesday today. Unfortunately for us, no parade here in Macau nor carnival to partake in. Well, while you’re eating pancakes and fried breads and all sorts of fatty stuff, here’s some old images of some of my best times living in the Veneto. […]

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Interview with Jin Xing The Closest – The Furthest Jin Xing had an illustrious past before arriving at this remarkable point in her career. Born a boy to Korean parents residing in China, Jin Xing discovered his love for dance when he was 6 years old after watching a dance film. He was determined to […]