Tag Archives: Bangkok

energy footprints

I have this thing with meaningless numbers turned into something sensible by a comparison, a visualization, or an analogy. And I’ve got this thing with inequality. An example I recently came across is the energy footprint of Bangkok luxury malls. … Continue reading

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harassing females on Caireen streets

walking Cairo streets with two young friends of my daughter recently was a mixed pleasure. Not too difficult to ignore the ridiculous behavior of mostly young males from anywhere between 12 and 35. But very tiring to suppress the waves … Continue reading

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Bangkok through the lens of Cairo

When one visits a new environment first impressions are important to document. It is even more important to analyze what they tell you something about. Sure, they offer an interesting perspective, not yet desensitized by habituation, ¬†on the new environment. … Continue reading

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