Happy New Year: Teaching English, dancing, and rockin’ the house. Eat your heart out, Dick Clark.
Hong Kong Cemetery, Hong Kong Park, and Lamma Island, all in one day.
Christmas in China can be a strange occasion. There’s no eggnog, turkey, or other customs Westerners would regard as traditionally yuletide-ish.
Dusk, Christmas Morning 2008, Shenzhen, China. I wish the wide-angle lens had been on my camera. To you, my friends, and your families, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. My 2009 see us all take the first step in a new journey.
The Stevo reached a weight loss milestone, what ever could it be?
An object of affection, of school girl crushes? Just another day in the life of The Stevo.
A thicket, screening a city of 12 million (Shenzhen, China), at dawn.
Palm trees and ponds? No white Christmas in South China. That makes me a happy camper.
A list of useful photography phrases in Chinese.
Can students play better soccer than the Chinese Olympic soccer team?