Monday, May 30, 2011


I decided to give birth to a baby and this is my multi-color baby. enjoy!

Friday, April 29, 2011

DALAI LAMA in tokyo (gokokuji) - april 2011 (additional photos

DALAI LAMA in tokyo (gokokuji) - april 2011

to pray for the souls lost and in despair from the tsunami, the dalai lama payed a visit to the temple named gokokuji. being that we know not of how many years he may have left, I made all the effort to be there and catch a glimpse of him. he was wonderful. indeed. a very human living god if you will.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Africans in China: interesting new wave of immigration

Info concerning africans in asia has always been hard to come by as few wish to let it be known that there are indeed africans in asia! and if there are, the criminal minds of the few among the many are used to taint the reputations of the africans that are indeed succeeding and involving themselves in asian life. unlike japan where so many africans and indeed foreigners in general get by with only English and do little to engage with the population besides midnight intercourse, in china, this is quite hard as the society has not tried to be easier for foreigners. hence it is quite important to show from the start in china a will to survive and thrive.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

art from the other side of creativity

despite the ongoing nuclear disaster looming above (literally), people are doing their best to get on with life and so I am as well. so since GEISAI was cancelled for the time being, i`m releasing this photo of an available poster of mine. enjoy and hopefully more will be available in the future.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

5 days after the quake

as is already known, life goes on. it`s already 5 days after the quake but doesn`t seem to be getting any better in general. people are still determined to get back to some sort of normalcy but it`s difficult with the government being the natural asses that they are. tokyo wasn`t so badly hit . however the effects of the quake are visible on tv, with no energy in various parts of the city and victims up north who are paralyzed by the gov`t`s inability to do simple things like evacuate the people there and send necessary supplies. over 15 governments from around the world have pledged to help japan in any way they can and still the gov`t isn`t using the necessary resources to solve the problems and allow people who lost their homes to go on.