Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
What amazes me the most about Kuala Lumpur (and the whole of Malaysia for that matter) is how three cultures – the Chinese, Malay, and Indians – seamlessly coexist in such a bustling capital.
Penang is an unassuming island north of Kuala Lumpur that’s sprinkled with fantastic Malay-Indian cuisine and a fast-growing arts scene.
Photographer Hub Pacheco
Production Design Frances Mortel
Produced by Gino Parma/INDIOBOY PRODUCTIONS
Client BENSIMON Philippines
If there’s anything I learned after almost a week in Tokyo, it’s that there’s always something happening everywhere in this frenzy of a capital. So much so that you can practically leave your guidebook behind and just go with the flow.
As I would later find out, a day trip to Kyoto does not suffice.
Osaka, Japan. October 2013
My first point of entry to the Land of the Rising Sun, the oft-overlooked Osaka has this big city vibe but with a more laid-back atmosphere.
Manila, Philippines, November 2013.
Two months ago, I documented the Diwali celebration of the local Indians in Manila. Here’s what I saw.
This photo essay was originally published on Rappler.