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Hong Kong book

Hong Kong book

2016. New year, new challenges, new possibilities. Currently I’m involved in my third book within a year. I’m quite excited about that, especially the book on Bangkok that is to be released within a few weeks. I have more than 100 images in the book, and I’m looking forward to see it in print. The current project will take me…

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The Thai Premier League season has ended

The Thai Premier League season has ended

The Thai Premier League season has ended. Buriram won the league and The FA-Cup. They did not loose one single game this season. Buriram United striker, Diogo Luis Santo won two major award of the year in the Thai Premier League 2015. He won TPL most valuable player (MVP) and the top scorer with 33 goals of the season. Diogo…

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International Day of the Girl Child

International Day of the Girl Child

Today marks the International Day of the Girl Child. May all their dreams and visions come through. “The newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals rightly include key targets for gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. They offer an opportunity for a global commitment to breaking inter generational transmission of poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination – and realizing…

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Book on Burma

Book on Burma

Early in the summer the below book on Burma was released. It is all in Swedish an written of seasoned journalists Bertil Lintner and Sven-Olof Einarsson. I have a dozen pictures in the book including five on the front cover. Perfect for whom wants to dig deeper in to the history, culture and so forth. High recommended. Mr Lintner and…

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Neal Morse Band

Neal Morse Band

Last night I shot The Neal Morse Band live at Debaser Medis in Stockholm. Great musicians all the way. Except Neal Morse himself drummer Mike Portnoy is famous and won many awards for his drummer skills. Some pics:

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15 years since trash slide in Manila

15 years since trash slide in Manila

Today marks 15 years since the devastating trash slide in Manila, the Philippines. More than 250 died and hundreds got injured. Many are still missing. July in 2000 had very poor weather in the Philippines. Typhoons Kirogi and Kai-Tak passed over the main island Luzon and had major impact on the people and infrastructure. The heavy rain shower were never…

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Back to Haiti!

Back to Haiti!

I’m now heading back to Haiti. It’s three and half years since I was there last time. A lot has happened; both in general and especially for Star of Hope and in the villages they support and the people they work with. I look forward to meeting all the people I know from before, and also get to know new…

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Vegetarian festival in Bangkok 2014

Vegetarian festival in Bangkok 2014

Today the Vegetarian Festival in Bangkok 2014 starts and it runs all the way to the 3rd October. Chinatown is the gathering point for the festivities. During Tesagan Gin Je Festival (Vegetarian Festival) yellow and red flags that signal a shop or stall is selling food in line with the festival regulations can be seen above and along Yarrowat Road….

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New school year in Haiti

New school year in Haiti

Today the school year 2014-2015 opens in Haiti. Millions of school children return to their educational centers, and yet, almost one in four of all children are not enrolled. Haiti’s President, Michel Martelly, has made free public education one of his top priorities, and possibly won the election 2011 on that promise. Three years later, he has problem to fulfill…

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Gomel – in the shadow of the Chernobyl disaster

Gomel – in the shadow of the Chernobyl disaster

On April 26, 1986, the world’s worst nuclear disaster took place; the explosion of Chernobyl’s No. 4 nuclear reactor in the Ukraine. About nine tone of radio active dust, 90 times more than the Hiroshima bomb, spread over a large area of Europe. Some five million people, among them one million children have been exposed to this radiation. The independent…

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Mixed from Haiti

Mixed from Haiti

The political problems continues in Haiti. A few days ago there were massive demonstrations against the government. Protesters are angry over the cost of living, unemployment and alleged corruption. They want to President Martelly to live his post. The police fired tear gas to split the demonstrators. Details here. I have tried to find detailed info on the cholera case…

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Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Maybe I have posted about Angkor Wat before, but I want to do it again:   Angkor is one of the most important archaeological sites in South-East Asia. Stretching over some 400 km2, including forested area, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century. They include…

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Water still a problem in Haiti

Water still a problem in Haiti

An aging infrastructure and lack of resources means clean water is scarce, and sanitation is a matter of life and death. Access to clean, fresh water is a main concern in Haiti, where waterborne illnesses, such as typhoid, cholera, and chronic diarrhea, are the cause of more than half of the deaths in the country every year.  Contaminated water is…

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King Krule live at Debaser in Stockholm

King Krule live at Debaser in Stockholm

Last night I went to Debaser rock club in Stockholm to shot King Krule, an English singer-songwriter and musician. His music is difficult to classify, with elements of various genres like punk jazz, hip hop, and trip hop. It was a good concert and he is a raising star. Some pics:    

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