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February 16, 2017
My first live show for this year is from Myanmar.
The average temperature was 31 degrees, but I was freezing in the truck with the AC cooling it down.
Shivers aside, it’s always a great learning experience when working withÂ professionals from worldwide!
Here’s something that caught my eye in Myanmar.
I’m assuming they’re trying to get signal, but climbing up that without a safety tether is quite impressive.
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February 10, 2017
For Malaysians, snow is a rarity that you never come across unless you leave the country.
It’s strange how snow can get people excited, considering how we’re quite familiar with it.
This was a thought that came to mind when working on our first job of the year:
a show on Malaysian TV that introduces Japan’s winters.