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the massive energy of the chinese elders on this collaborative waltz is pretty much amazing.

isn't it even more fascinating how people can be forbidden with almost just about everything?

it is safe to say that we have yet to master these random leftovers of beijing collectibles.
but we'd rather leave the blabbering of our impression towards china behind and reckon you to visit the blog of our dearest friend's,
napatra, little miss east-meets-west party animal with the most spectacular cultural mind mixture we have ever come to know in this very life.
read her sassy perspective on china here.
oh and she tweets aggressively too. go.

14 comments:

Michal Kurtis said...

wow youre photographs are amazing!

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Anna G said...

Great photos. I'm fascinated by Asian culture and I hope to one day to visit many countries.

Fashion wild said...

WHAT AMAZING PHOTOS!!

Loes said...

Ah, I've always wanted to go to China. Photos you guys took are so lovely (:

Dylana Suarez said...

The photography on here is amazing!


Just came across your blog! It is lovely :)

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Fashion Tidbits said...

absolutely stunning images!!!!

Mystery Bruises said...

thanks for the wonderful comment!
your photography is beautiful!
keep up the good stuff and ill be back for sure!

xx


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a. said...

great impressions.

APieceOfCrap said...

ohh thank you! that is so kind of you! There will be more posts, definitely :D! hope you'll enjoy it!

Falcon.♥ said...

these serve wonderful illustrations of the city, lovely stuff

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SabinePsynopsis said...

Impressive pictures. What is it with the forbidden symbols? I can't even figure out all of them - no throwing out of Christmas trees? Will check out your friend's blog.

Xu Box said...

Oh how I miss China. Those photos are very on point! When did you take them?

KIRAFASHION said...

I am crazy about all asia related! China is a dream!!!

ANDWHATELSEISTHERE said...

those photos were from april, but we're planning to visit shanghai expo too in a couple of months - money permitting, blah :P

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