I’m moving to Thailand! How crazy does it sound?! I never even though that I would be saying this. Life can be pretty  unpredictable sometimes. 3 years ago I went to China, which I never, ever even imagined I would be doing, and now 3 years later I’m going to Thailand, which I also never imagined …

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My passion for video making has been growing recently, I feel like making more and more, and hopefully getting better and better. I also lately realised that I just need to use what I have, so I decided to use my own city, Copenhagen, and make daily vlogs, just me hanging out with friends around Copenhagen, eating …

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1. Victoria Peak I debated for a bit with myself if I should put Victoria Peak as my number one, because let’s be honest, it is probably the most touristy thing you can do in Hong Kong. I wish I could be a bit more original, but the truth is that I simply can’t, because a …

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   Happy New Year everyone!!! I hope you all had a great start of 2016! and her is last part of my Summer in Hong Kong series, if you’re interested check out part one and part two  and my HK iPhone photo diary 🙂 I hope you enjoyed seeing Hong Kong through my lens. I definitely had …

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If you happen to be in Hong Kong or south China, Macau is definitely worth checking out. Located on a little peninsula, about 60 km away from Hong Kong, Macau used to be a Portuguese colony, which resulted in an interesting mix between Portuguese and Chinese culture. Macau is also known to be the Las …

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Cheung Chau Island was a big surprise, and now looking back at my photo diary I’m even more surprised how much I like it. These pictures are probably my favourite from the whole trip to Hong Kong. There was so much diversity at Cheung Chau, so many interesting things to photograph. White-sand beaches, blue water, …

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It took 20 hours by a train to get from Shanghai to Guilin (not counting an hour in Shanghai only to get to the train station).

On a sunny day like this I love to remind myself that I live in Shanghai and there is no better way than a little downtown “trip”.