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About themanabroad

I am themanabroad, known by my friends as James and my colleagues as Zhan Mu Si (Jaa More Suur(James in Chinese)). I have always been enthusiastic about photography and travelling, since school always trying to sign up for photography classes that always got cancelled unfortunately. However, living in China has given me the time and opportunity to combine my two loves, so please come and join me in my life in South-East Asia.

Blue Waters

So, here we are back with the next installment of the Sichuan trip. Following our brief stay in Chengdu we made the move to head on to a place called JiuZhaiGou which is a pretty famous place in China. You … Continue reading

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The last great adventure….in China

Well guys….I am back! As some of you may know, it has been a pretty long time since I last posted on here, and some may ask, why? Well to be honest it is mostly due to the fact that … Continue reading

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He Zhou, Guangxi

About a month ago I was approached by my boss at my new job, asking me if I would like to go away with all my co-workers to Guangxi. Guangxi is a rather famous province for the stunningly beautiful place … Continue reading

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Positive Envy

Originally posted on Global Sojourns Photography:
There is an old saying I think about every now and then: “the grass is always greener on the other side.” Not so much for its meaning of someone desiring something they believe would…

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Bhaktapur

So here we are at the last stop on my Nepal trip, Bhaktapur. The former capital of Nepal until about the 15th century, this place is known as a living museum for good reason. It simply oozes history from every … Continue reading

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A nap on the motocart

Originally posted on Giang's Moving World:
This man must be exhausted, after a long and hard-working Sunday. I suddenly caught him while running home from Thu Duc. He sat on the cart falling asleep while his friend was riding…

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Wine

Originally posted on A Holistic Journey:
A vine of dreams: luscious grapes resign all fear They bruise underfoot barrels brim in earnest dark and time turns into wine. Wikimedia Commons

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Macro Photography : Berduaan by YusriHarisandi

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Ziplining, Moray and Las Salineras

Originally posted on freddiestravels:
As always, the day began with an early start, but when it was something as exciting as this I couldn’t be so grumpy about that. We were in Cusco central by 8:30 (very early for me),…

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Shanghai : Yuyuan Garden

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