Ma Huateng & Tencent 腾讯 by Leng Hu (Book Review)

Ma Huateng, also known as Pony Ma, is one of the co-founders of Tencent company. Pony Ma is one of the master copiers in the world, copying his way to pave his own in China, and even the whole world. copy + innovation = success That is more or less most of the business plans […]

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Nanning, Guangxi, China (Day 2)

Share some love to this ardent, photography pundit and his brilliant post idea by visiting and follow his Instagram:  key_to_kye Entering the second day of the stay, my stereotypical view towards the country and their citizens had already been overturned completely. One of the earliest and most notable observation was the motorcyclist or the scooter […]

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Nanning, Guangxi, China (Day 1)

Share some love to this ardent, photography pundit and his brilliant post idea by visiting and follow his Instagram:  key_to_kye Never have I killed so many, so many cockroaches in a day! My very first impression once I step foot on the land of Guang Xi China was its scorching summer wave. To my disappointment there […]

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Leaf Blower

The melodious tune was emitted into my left ear as I was taking a sip of tea, breathing in the air of China, somewhat hazy and congested. It was that of a combination of a flute and a whistle, I stood on my feet, gazing into the dock from the top floor of the night […]

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Unruly

China is a country where the economy has grown exponentially over these past few years, being on par with the economy giants of the contemporary. However, when the economy flows in too quickly, the people there are still stagnant at their old times where moral values were kept aside, and not acquired. “Croakk! Phewt!” the […]

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寻潘之根(总)

The next day, as we crawled out of bed, we headed back to the ancestor’s house for groupies. I am the one in grey, with brown sleeves. Haha, I just stood/crouched there and smiled. After massive photo shootings, they brought us up to see the tomb of the ancestor. Feast your eyes upon my poor […]

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寻潘之根(六)

After those visits and taking pictures we were escorted to have dinner and then a break. Then, we were brought back to the ancestor house to have the ceremony, which was one of the grandest Chinese ceremonies that I had ever attended. The pictures above are of the grand ceremony. The beat of the ceremony […]

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寻潘之根(五)

Another late start of the day, packing our bags, leaving XiaMen, going to our roots, NanAn, where it all began. My surname is 潘 (pan1), and I am really proud of it, cool name though. When you look into history, many game-changers have the same surname as me, I feel so badass. Random shots on the […]

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寻潘之根(四)

Day three, we woke tired, 11 am or so. Xiao Ping, brought us to walk around the vicinity and took a bus to the heart of the XiaMen. In comparison, Malaysia’s police are damn lazy, you can only see their shadows during Ramadhan month or some festive holidays. They want money but do not want […]

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