Travel Video: Iran

Iran, a country shrouded in stereotypes, is not a typical tourist desination. Traveler and filmmaker Pete Rojwongsuriya recently spent two weeks exploring the country from Tehran to Shiraz. We talked to him about Iran’s cultural history, friendly people and stunning architecture.  Where are you from? I’m from Bangkok, Thailand. Born and raised. What do you shoot […]

City Perspectives: Victor Cheng’s Toronto, Part II

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In part two of his City Perspectives, Victor Cheng (@veeceecheng) talks strategies for capturing minimalism and clean lines in a city as bustling and diverse as Toronto, and shares how his background in multimedia and communications informs his photography.  You were born in Hong Kong and have moved around a bit since moving to Canada. […]

City Perspectives: Victor Cheng’s Toronto (Part I)

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In this week’s City Perspectives, Victor Cheng (@veeceecheng) shares his thoughts and views of the bustling Canadian metropolis of Toronto. How long have you lived in your city? What is your profession? I was born in Hong Kong and moved to Canada when I was 3. My family lived in Winnipeg for 5 years, then in Calgary for […]

City Perspectives: Herald Herrera’s Dubai (Part I)

In this week’s City Perspectives, Herald Herrera (@heraldherrera) gives us a taste of his home city of Dubai. How long have you lived in your city and what is your profession?  I’m a Network Engineer for a Danish company that has a branch in the Dubai Airport Freezone. I’ve been working there and living in […]

City Perspectives: Eric Mueller’s Minneapolis, Part II

Eric Mueller (@ericmueller) continues to share his unique perspective of Minneapolis, drawing particular attention to the city’s distinctive architecture. Check it out! Between the largest US metropolitan areas, Minneapolis can sometimes get lost. What unique or standout quality do you think Minneapolis brings to the table — architecturally or otherwise? Minneapolis doesn’t have the rich architectural […]

City Perspectives: Eric Mueller’s Minneapolis, Part I

In this week’s City Perspectives, Eric Mueller (@ericmueller) invites us to discover his home city of Minneapolis, Minnesota: warm; friendly; accessible; all-American. How long have you lived in your city? What is your profession? I’m a Minneapolis native; other than a few years here and there, I’ve lived here my whole life. My career has […]

City Perspectives: Mostafa Arafa’s Cairo (Part II)

Mostafa Arafa (@mostafa22) continues to show us his unique perspective of his home city of Cairo, highlighting the diversity among its inhabitants and addressing changes he’s seen since the Revolution of 2011. In Part I of this series, you mentioned that Egyptians are very nice, warm people. What other characteristics make Egyptian people unique? Egyptians […]

City Perspectives: Mostafa Arafa’s Cairo (Part I)

Mostafa Arafa (@mostafa22) shares his unique perspective of his home city of Cairo, Egypt in this week’s City Perspectives.  How long have you lived in your city? What is your profession? I’ve lived in Cairo for 7 years. I’m mechanical engineer working as turbocharger specialist. I have my own import and export company and repairing workshop […]

City Perspectives: Sivan Askayo’s Tel Aviv (Part II)

Sivan Askayo (@sivanaskayo) continues to show us her unique perspective of Tel Aviv, Israel, this time sharing some of the city’s most delicious – and perhaps surprising – culinary delights. You mention hummus as being a typical Israeli food popular among Tel Avivians; what are some other popular foods or dishes and where are the […]