Miami Based Freelance Photographer
07
SEP
2015

2015 China Trip

Snapshots from my trip to China a few months ago. Everything was photographed with a 40mm pancake lens that I took with me during my travel.

20
OCT
2011

Forbidden City in Beijing, China

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22
JUN
2011

Bit of China

Images from last year’s China trip.  Visited family and photographed good friend Murray James’ Wedding in Chengdu.

 

18
AUG
2010

At Soho Jazz Bar in Chengdu

Happy Bride & Bridesmaid

Happy Men

Happy Women

05
AUG
2010

Tony – the Owner of “Tony Salon” in Nanjing, China

Tony just opened his bar about 3 month ago near Zhu Jiang Lu in Nanjing.  He sat and started chatting with us, it turns out that he was from the same high school as my cousin and her friend before he went to Australia for his college study.  What a coincidence!  Stop by his salon if you are ever in Nanjing.

31
JUL
2010

Go China!

This picture is the proof that foreigners loves China.

I caught these tourists holding Chinese flag and wearing traditional Chinese head dress in front of Tian An Men Square, so I asked them for a quick pose.

31
JUL
2010

point and shoot – tasty food in chengdu, china

I love Sichuan food, the tongue numbing spiciness is just great, plus they offer a wide variety of sweet desserts to quench your flaming hot mouth.

Pig intestine noodle soup.

Sweet sticky rice dessert

Pineapple wrapped sweet rice cake

Bowl of red bean paste.

Super duper hot spicy rice noodle (it is literally translated as sadness noodle, because you’ll be crying really bad once you taste the atomic spice…)

Chinese Pumpkin Pie

30
JUL
2010

First day in Chengdu

Arrived Chengdu at end of June for Murray James and Liu Liu’s wedding, the hotel I stayed in was in a residential area.

The fog surrounded the road early in the morning, I have a hard time distinguish whether this is fog or smug.

A guy walks his two little dogs.  They seem synchronized when they walk together!

A guy with “Zhangfei” makeup standing outside of a shop that specialize in beef products.

And here is a panorama view of the street in front of the hotel.
Panorama view of the street

04
JUL
2010

Nieces

Nieces, smart, spontaneous, and always moving!

04
JUL
2010

Hometown

I’m visiting the village of Wuyi, near Chuzhou, Anhui Province.  This is the place where my dad was born, I visited here often with my dad when I was little and he was alive.


Uncle’s Dad In His Kitchen.


This chicken was cooked the next day after picture was taken.


The Dragon Shrimp, 3 dead, 1 alive.


Fly Trap

29
JUN
2010

Snapshots from James and Liu Liu’s Wedding Day


Preparing the speech

Beautiful fireworks during wedding.


Max eatting a duck head


Cool cat on the street.

29
JUN
2010

Snapshots from Chengdu

I’ve seen the panda for the first time in real life.  They are very slow moving, sleeps in the day time for the most part, and looks really cute.

29
JUN
2010

Nanjing, China. 6-19-2010

It’s all about food in China.  Pictured below are some random street food vendor’s offerings.

Lamb Kabob


Chickty Chicken


Friend is choosing dishes.


Eeeeeeeel


Freshwater Shell Thingy


Fatty Pig Tripe

29
JUN
2010

On the way to China. 6-18-2010

16
JUN
2010

Last Post Before China Trip!

I’m thrilled to be invited to travel to China to photograph and attend my friend Murray James (http://www.murrayjames.net/) and Liu Liu’s Wedding!

My flight depart tomorrow, and I will have limited access to my blog (or the rest of the world outside of China!).  Will post photos after I come back to States.

Mother is cooking some delicious Chinese food tonight, Charlie and Plato are all happy to be camping around the kitchen in hope of getting a treat of some sort!

28
NOV
2009

Trash

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Colorful Trash For Your Viewing Pleasure

28
OCT
2009

Rich? Poor? Maybe Both?

If you ever have a chance to travel to China, you’ll witness that the gap between rich and poor is significant.  The globalization has driven the economy’s boom.  However, it is simultaneously a great economic power but a poor country. In 2005, its annual per capita GDP was $3,315, 7% that of the U.S in 2008.  A lot of aforementioned were reflected in the images captured.

A trip to Chong Qin — The Fog City (The fog was mainly made of fine dust and smog)

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09
OCT
2009

China, View

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A bathtub was used for fish

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A stairway was used for storage

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Tasty food, sugar dipped cherries, orange peel and Apples.

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A homeless guy has utilized the abandoned railroad to grow vegetables and setup a tent for himself to live in, he have about 4 cats and 2 dogs.


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08
OCT
2009

China, View

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Grandma in her kitchen.  She is the most lovingly person you can find on earth.

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Cousin crying after eating lunch, for some silly reason that I forgot.

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High school reunion – After 9 years away from China, I finally had a chance to reunite with most of my old classmates and my teacher in high school.  People in China often celebrate the joy on the dinner table.

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A random motorcycle passed by my lens when I was trying to photograph this scene.

07
OCT
2009

At Friend’s Wedding

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“Someone forgot my night dress”

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Just Waiting

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