Monthly Archives: September 2011

A tale from China

‘The sound of Shiping’ Viet Nam was painted in three stories, so China deserves the same in these series wherein the train lost a bit of here importance to the poetry. It’s not only rolling on rails. There’s more between … Continue reading

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A tale of China

‘A little train is history’ The bell at the Jijie station won’t ring anymore, that’s to say for the little train, the last one departed at the end of 1990. The year 2005 and I arrived by little bus from … Continue reading

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A tale of China

‘The broken dreams of Mungcheu’ Mungcheu as it more or less sounds when spoken. The transcription is written as Mengzi, a small sized city in the southern part of the Chinese province Yunnan and connected by the only existing meter … Continue reading

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Images of Viet Nam

‘The old days linger on’ With a lot of gesture a railway worker, very manly this time, tried to convince me that taken pictures is forbidden and chased me away. A new phenomenon because one day earlier in the streaming … Continue reading

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Images of Viet Nam

‘The long arm of Long Biên’ A colossal iron structure but sophisticated in here appearance majestically bridges the Sông Hông better known as the Red River streaming through Hanoi. A railway bridge from 1903 build by the French company Daydé … Continue reading

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