Even in blinding darkness, life will find a way. Since violence broke out in Rakhine State in August 2017, more than 650,000 refugees have crossed the border Bangladesh-Myanmar border into Cox Bazar. Most of them have since been shifted away from roadsides into designated areas in places like Kutupalong, Balukhali, Tengkhali, and Nayapara, where they …
Pudoh, ‘Half Jungle’, or ‘the other side of Bukit Bintang’ – Pudu has had many different names. This feature examines this historic neighbourhood through the lives, the memories and the stories of its past and current residents. Photograph and text for TimeOutKL. Read the full piece and watch the short documentary.
Portrait of a silent river
The ebb and flow of a river endures despite its ever-changing surroundings. This piece studies the prevailing nature of the rivers in KL, the birthplace of our city. Photographs and text for TimeOutKL. Read the full piece here.
Kopitiams have long been a mainstay of our café culture, but they won’t be around forever. This photo essay takes us on a tour of these ageing coffee shops across the capital city. Photographs and text for TimeOutKL. Read the full piece here.
A thin blue line separates the two elements, water and air. Staring out at the vast, marker-less canvas of blue, the scale (or rather lack of it) is overwhelming. To the left, a wall of rock reaches out into the sea, and to the far right, an endless stretch of sand. Photos and text for …