This week's Picture of the Week is of the Beijing National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube. It was the site of the aquatics (swimming and diving) competitions at the 2008 Olympics.
This week's Picture of the Week is the Olympic Park and Olympic Tower in Munich, used during the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Eastern and Oriental Express (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
Picture of the Week: Bird’s Nest National Stadium (Beijing, China)
Picture of the Week: Sunset in Georgetown (Penang, Malaysia)
Picture of the Week: Break Dancer Ride at Frühlingsfest (Munich, Germany)
The Bavarian State Chancellery (in German: Bayerische Staatskanzlei) is located on the eastern side of the Hofgarten in Munich. The central part of the building, including the dome, was part of the Bavarian Army Museum which was built in 1905 by Ludwig Mellinger. The rest of the building was destroyed during World War II, but...
For the past three New Years that I’ve been in Singapore, wish balls have been floating in Marina Bay. Here are these balls floating in front of the Merlion and Fullerton Hotel.
It’s Christmastime once again, and just like last year, Singapore is all lit up. Here is the iconic Marina Bay Sands with some Christmas trees all lit up at the bottom level.
This is an annual festival featuring 20 feet high Christmas lanterns. The Giant Lantern Festival Competition will be held on Saturday, 17 December 2011, 6pm at Robinsons Starmills.
The Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia began construction in 1866. It has served as the royal residence of the King of Cambodia since its completion.
Tiananmen Gate is one of the most iconic landmarks of Beijing. Originally built in 1420, it now famously features a portrait of Mao Zedong.