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Typical shopping plaza in South Korea (Incheon) which at night transforms to a Times Square-type neon tapestry. And some more of that modern architecture I mentioned. Back to the JSA. So, this is where the two Korean borders converge inside … Continue reading
Before we get to the intensity of the Joint Security Zone, some more humourous Engerish. Off Springs 2 and 3 outside the ‘Sodomy‘ restaurant or is it “Soda Me”? Then there’s Kolon Sport and the Gimpo Bridge. North Korea sponsors about 9000 carefully managed … Continue reading
Koreans have a high work ethic and everyone works in Korea, from young to old. This may be because they have a much leaner welfare system than New Zealand [insert ACT policy quotes here]. You see few beggars and bums … Continue reading
As mentioned last time… GANGNAM Style: Visiting North & South Korea 2014. Part 1 “Hilarimouse Engerish abounds.” Not wishing to be superior or disparaging but it is humorous seeing Engerish featuring so prominently across South Korea, such as the brightly neon-lit SODOMIA Hotel on … Continue reading
My eldest son lives and works in Korea, and recently we got an opportunity to visit there as well as North Korea. Despite being well-travelled it was actually my first visit to Asia so I jumped at the chance (North Korea … Continue reading
Tonight is a rare “red moon” or “blood moon.” It looks like this (left) from New Zealand (ie our moon has a man’s face – the “man in the moon”) and appears ‘red.’ It looks differently in the northern hemisphere (below) … Continue reading
There has been a truly AMAZING discovery in the archives of the Vatican (not so much an archaeological discovery as a re-find). Archivist Ignazio Perrucci says he has discovered an old papyrus manuscript; a first-century eye witness account by a pagan Latin Roman historian of a miracle … Continue reading
We all know the poignant story The Portrait of Dorian Gray, written by Oscar Wilde about the obsequious obsession of youth and narcissism vs aging. This image – also rather poignant – appeared on the web the other day; a series of self … Continue reading
TIME has its best photos of 2013, as well as its Person of the Year (Francis I). I think of all the images I’ve posted this year, these would be among my favourites. This moving wordless story was apparently photographed … Continue reading
As the Pussy Rioters are released by Prez Putin from jail, their naked sisterhood is at it again, this time in Cologne, Germany. Whether you’re a murdering Islamic terrorist exploding bombs to kill christians leaving church services at Christmas in … Continue reading