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school pictures

school pictures

A couple of more pictures from a school in Haiti below. Now the storm / hurricane is coming. Most likely it will not hit straight on Port-au-Prince.

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Dog meat

Dog meat

I will post a few more notes from Vietnam since I am going back there soon. I have had good fun there. Below a few pictures of dog meat for sale at the central market in Hanoi. Dog meat is believed by many Vietnamese to enhance health and longevity.

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Bobby Chinn

Bobby Chinn

Hmhmhmhm. I am going back to Hanoi in Vietnam in January most likely. I am looking forward to that. I have been a few times before. I ate at Bobby Chinn several times and I remember it as a great place, but has mixed reviews over the last couple of years. hmhm. And it has moved also I understand. Anyway,…

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Tomas in Haiti

Tomas in Haiti

Haitians are holding their breath. Hurricane Tomas will most likely hit Haiti Thursday afternoon by latest estimates. The death toll from Haiti’s cholera epidemic spiked to 442 on Wednesday, Haitian health authorities reported that an additional 1,978 people were hospitalized, raising the total number of cases to 6,742. The picture below I took yesterday for one of my long term…

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Haiti

Haiti

I’m back in Haiti since a month now. Cholera outbreak, debris from earthquake still everywhere. Now hurricane Tomas should hit Haiti in a few days. Worst case scenario it will be very strong, but right now it seems to not be full force, which is good. Officials are planing mass evacuations in the next couple of days. But where do…

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Man Mao temple, Hong Kong

Man Mao temple, Hong Kong

The Man Mao temple in Hong Kong. Coils of incense burn all day long in the temple, giving the feeling of having traveled back in time. The temple was built on Hollywood Road in 1847.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, known as Hong Kong, is one of the two special administrative regions of the People’s Republic of China, along with Macau. Comprising more than 260 islands, the territory is located on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta, bordering Guangdong province in the north and facing the South China Sea in the east,…

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Bars with a view

Bars with a view

Last year I also did a job in Bangkok. A few pictures below from that job: Restaurant Sirocco with its Sky bar: The bar at Red Sky: The view from bar 360 in Millenium Hilton Hotel:

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Café

Café

Swedish fashion magazine Café just sent an e-mail that they will use two of my pictures for an article in end of this month. Good. Last year I had several pictures in an article together with writer Jan Källman about the infamous “Full Moon Party” in southern Thailand in the same magazine. Here is few pictures from then:

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School visit

School visit

Last week I visited a school just about one hour outside Port-au-Prince. It is a nice little school in a small village. The main building was affected by the earthquake, and it needs to be repaired before it is used again. The kids are still afraid to be inside concrete buildings, and the school is now in a temporary wood…

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Surgery in Haiti

Surgery in Haiti

Last Friday I had the opportunity to follow Swedish surgery doctor Stefan Redéen when he performed a follow up surgery on a young boy in Port-au-Prince. Stefan already met this boy back in January after the earthqauke, and operated on him then as well. The team saved the leg back then but it is still damaged. Some pictures from Friday:

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First post at my new blog

First post at my new blog

This is my first post at this new photoblog. Old posts can be found here. I hope you will enjoy my pictures and posts in this new format. I start off with a picture from my home town Stockholm, Sweden. This picture was taken in late 90’s. Welcome!

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