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...

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World Water Day

World Water Day

The United Nations' (UN) World Water Day is held on March 22 each year. Events are organized on or around this day to increase people's awareness of water's importance in environment, agriculture, health and trade. The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on...

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Bloody Tuesday

Bloody Tuesday

Today it got really violent in Bangkok. There are many videos and stories out there about it. Here is one of them. At this point it is clear that four people died and at least 64 got injured. Scary. Will this ever end? It was really bloody at the battle scene today. A...

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Mikkeller Bar Bangkok

Mikkeller Bar Bangkok

Last night I went to the newly opened Mikkeller Beer Bar in Bangkok. The Danish craft beer brewery launched their first Asian bar just a week ago. They also have two in Denmark and one in San Fransisco, and in March they will open in Stockholm, Sweden. They offer 30...

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Bangkok tips

Bangkok tips

Some tips for the coming days and forward: A classic dish at an institution of Siam Square: Ku Dé Ta is a fairly new lounge place in the Sathon area. More on that place soon. For now enjoy the happy hour and Thursday house night. One of my Bangkok favorites Moodwax...

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Dinner and demonstrations

Dinner and demonstrations

Wednesday in Bangkok. Started off with a two hour session at the fitness club. Always good to run a bit to clear the head. After that I went for some grocery shopping, and took a long power nap. For dinner I went to Baan Khun Mae at Siam Square. A place that never...

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Star of Hope Pre-school Crame, Philippines

Star of Hope Pre-school Crame, Philippines

After the success start with the school in Taytay in 1987, Star of Hope followed up with the start of a preschool in Crame in 1990. The small but nice and roomy preschool is popular with the kids and their parents in this poor neighborhood.  The preschool has around...

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Star of Hope school Infanta – picture special

Star of Hope school Infanta – picture special

I will continue with several entries about Philippines this week. In end 2004 Infanta in Quezon province in the Philippines was hit by a terrible cyclone. That lead to a major mudslide that buried houses and killed 2,000 people. Star of Hope responded in several ways....

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Bangkok Shutdown coming closer

Bangkok Shutdown coming closer

The Bangkok shutdown is coming closer. Will it really happen? Can it be avoided? If it continues, will it be peaceful?  Will there be a military coup? It is all up in the air and difficult to know. I try to follow as much as I can, from a distance. Interesting news...

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