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2015 Bersih 4.0 Rally, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Everyone took to the street mainly because of the recent political scandal involving the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak. Najib Razak has been linked to many scandals over the years, murders, corruption, briberies, false accusation of opposition members, money launderings, unreasonable implementation of the country’s finance and laws, etc. Uncoincidentally, he also has a scandalous wife, Rosmah Mansor. 

Wikipedia : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Najib_Razak#Corruption_accusations

Bored Panda : http://www.boredpanda.com/people-in-yellow-took-to-the-streets-to-topple-the-corrupted-government-in-malaysia-2/

… Morre lentamente quem evita uma paixão, quem prefere o preto no branco e os pingos nos is a um turbilhão de emoções indomáveis, justamente as que resgatam brilho nos olhos, sorrisos e soluços, coração aos tropeços, sentimentos.
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  Martha Medeiros     (Loveisourweapon)

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Some of the foodtrucks in KL - Kuala Lumpur

1. The Otea - A Taste of Drinks | https://www.facebook.com/Otea2U

2. The Curbside Cantina | https://instagram.com/curbsidecantinakl/

3. The 2go Coffee | https://instagram.com/2gocoffeekl/

4. The Little Fat Ducks | http://www.littlefatduck.com/

5. The Food Express - By The Sistalicious | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Food-Express-by-Sistalicious/647254462077148?ref=br_rs

6. The Pink Pizza Bera | https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pink-Pizza-Bera/321742381337632

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford. The museum is small comparing to the Natural History Museum of London, big when compared to the Grant Museum of Zoology, which is what remained of the University of Zoology in London. The museum was not that exciting, there were big bones, small ones, stuffed animals, insect curations, minerals, etc. What was different was the anthropology section (last photo), which resembled the British Museum, things from all around the world were displayed neatly across the very compact space. 

I am pleased that What’s That Bug (whatsthatbug.com) has posted my photograph of an unidentified caterpillar species up on to their site, yet they can’t confirmed the species. I like rare bugs, I like macro photography, I hope some day I can make documentaries about insects. 

flickr link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fujinliow/6648753889/in/set-72157624652603742

what’s that bug link: http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2012/01/13/possibly-slug-moth-caterpillar-from-thailand/

thaibugs link: http://www.thaibugs.com/?page_id=255

Wellcome Collection: Sets of original laboratory glasswares collected by Sir Henry Solomon Wellcome. The glassware collection inspired me at first sight, eventually made my gallery experience more active and interesting. Wellcome Collection & Wellcome Trust produce many interesting content and articles, found some interesting articles about Stroke on Wellcome Trust’s Wordpress-people should exercise more. 

The British Museum: A GIF poster to compliment a clip I put together about The British Museum. Have not been to this place for a while, it never fails to amaze me. This time was also the first time I went up to the other floors with the centre staircases, it offered me a different view of the museum, furthermore a posh Café can be found right at the end of the steps. Different experiences unlock different perspectives, the video making process enable me to speculate deeper into the surroundings and its people, an interesting process I enjoyed very much. | Video available on Youtube, please check it out. | Screen grabs available on Flickr

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Animal Inside Out - Natural History Museum London: An exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London that reveals the internal workings of animals. The exhibits in Animal Inside Out were preserved using ’plastination’ by the team behind Gunther von Hagens’s famous Body Worlds exhibition. The exhibition in my opinion was a cross between art and science, visually and intellectually stimulating. Gunter is an eccentric anatomist, artist and scientist, he invented ’plastination’, inspired the field of study as well as death related artworks by numerous artist.