One sunny Saturday, in the Borough of Brent, I marvelled at the sight of Neasden Temple – the largest Hindu temple outside India and so co-incidentally, situated here in our darling London.
What’s on in Saatchi Gallery – Pangaea II: New Art from Africa and Latin Africa, a psychedelic and extremely evocative assemblage of art. On one end there were drawings pierced with emotions, done so politically wrong to be politically right, on the other end there were psychotropic geometric compositions that stirred up images of playground and childhood memories.
Another day began with the whirring of motorcycle and car engines. At the corner of the street, the business of the little eatery was rolling. The front of the shop looked misty from the rising steam of big bamboo steamers. Batches of dumplings and assorted buns, called bao, were ready for the early risers and wage earners. Slowly but not quietly, Taipei City awakened in a smother of mid-summer heat.