The movement of dancers carry meanings in an undertone. I believe that the body language of a dancer is more expressive than spoken language.
An inviting garden is so much more than mere foliage – sunlight, moonlight, birds on wings, bees and breeze….
What pomp and flourish on-stage, What sordidness back-stage;
The contrast etches on the mind, With a great force.
My loved one nowhere to be seen.
Only forlorn dreams will accompany me
The wisdom of the builders from more than 300 years ago can be seen clearly in every aspect of the temple.
Erhu is a simple two-string instrument, but the sound vibration it generates is profound.
Clad in colorful cloth, two sacred cows are getting ready to lead a procession of devotees.
The Twin Towers exude another kind of charm when they are devoid of crowds and lights at midnight.
The building that houses the Geographer Café dates back to Dutch colonial period. Its semi-circular windows, large columns and narrow corridors impart a distinct ambience.
Simple lines and ordinary colors depict the graceful gestures of the dancers.
Capturing a bright sunny day in Melaka river, fishing boats leaving wishing a bountiful day, a now historic scene that has changed since the river is beautified by state authorities, no more fishing boat are park ashore since the years of 2005