Once upon a time, there was an orphaned cowherder. One day he spotted seven fairy sisters skinny-dipping in a lake…The story of Chinese Valentines Day.
The above photo was taken of a beautiful Asian model at the Interphoto Shanghai show. I’ll keep shooting or another 2.5 days.
Delivering Babies in China – One man’s experience. As with most things in China – having a baby is not an easy task.
Mrs. Stevo and I will go to the hospital this morning – the goal being the birth of Baby Stevo. My lovely wife is not due until June 11 but during a recent hospital visit the doctor suggested Mrs. Stevo induce labour.
I spent a few days in Taiwan, more business than pleasure. I managed to get in a little Taiwan travel and met long-time amigos Carrie from My Several Worlds and Craig, majordomo of Craig Ferguson Images.
Mrs. Stevo is quite round and moving at a snails pace. We have finally moved into Chateau Stevo, freshly remodeled.
I spent almost a week in Dubai, business hub and home of the world’s largest white elephant building. What can I say about Dubai? It’s hot. It’s surrounded by desert (except for the ocean side), and, the expats outnumber the locals seven to one.
Stevo and Mrs. Stevo are proud to welcome this little wonder into their lives.
Chinese Lunar New Year is long gone. The lanterns (above) are packed away until the next firework-fueled blow out: Two weeks of the year that an entire nation stops. When the next new year arrives I will be father.
The weather in Shenzhen, China – actually across the entire region – has been dark and dreadful as of late. It’s not winter anymore, but the March/April rainy blahs can get you down.