In many years of travels around the globe, we gathered a sheer multitude of photography.
These include pictures from China ( Sichuan, Zhejiang, Yunnan, Heilongjiang, Qinghai, Tibet ( Xizang ), Jiangxi, Fujien and many more ), Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia.
Also extensively covered are Europe with countries such as Austria, France, Italy ( favorite ), Sicily, Malta, Slovenia, Germany, Spain.
North America, the U.S. is not yet published.
Since we speak of thousands of individual captures, some of which are still in the raw state, it will take a considerable amount of time to sort and edit them.
In addition to some of them lost, probably forever ( disk damage ), we need to sort out some that have been recovered, a task that takes many hours, if not weeks, months to accomplish.
Today we post some of them, one can watch many more online on our Photoshelter page with the link indicated below.
Since approximately ten years Africasiaeuro has been hosting photography on photoshelter.com.
Photoshelter presents itself as a prime platform for hosting photography, more so for professionals, yet also for beginners.
Its features let the photographer choose from many options, amongst others :
– The possibility of creating SEO friendly Meta tags and descriptions for your photography
– The choice of giving a detailed description of each of your photos posted i.a. –
– copyright regulation
– author’s names
– property description
– owners address
– location description
– Tel. no. of owner
– country coding
– exposure through lightboxes and galleries
and much more.
It comes as no surprise why many professionals are choosing the platform as their hosting venue.
Perhaps I should add the fact that professionals run Photoshelter.
Those who cater for the photographer, unlike mass platforms like instagram.com ( instagram.com/africasiaeuro ) – another platform we also use.
Our hosting has many galleries that you can view on this link:
We are showing some of the favorite pictures here.
MANY MORE CAN BE FOUND HERE:
HOW TO ORDER IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT – EBOOK KINDLE
HEINZ RAINER – ONCE YOU TAKE A SEAT IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT YOU WILL BE ASKED THE OBVIOUS QUESTION : ” WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DISH “..
HEINZ RAINER – It depends how much of a Chinese food lover you are. Since all Chinese restaurants differ in quality and taste, this may be a difficult question.
There are some dishes each Chinese chef knows how to prepare. We listed those in our book. Chinese classic menu dishes, like sweet and sour pork, or chicken, Yangzhou fried rice ( stir fried rice with assorted meat and vegetables ), stir fried beef with green peppers and onions, hot and sour soup, stir fried noodles chop suey, Egg and tomato soup, etc.
To learn their vernacular terms is not easy and can require some tongue breaking exercise.
If you learn the terms, the reward is significant. It means you are an expert, and the chef treats you as such.
Has it ever crossed your mind, the waiter, or restaurant manager, or owner asking you this question takes you for a novice.
Or : anything goes. These folks have no clue of what Chinese food is all about.
What if I told you you can change all this
There is a simple method to grasp and get familiar with the most popular CHINESE DISHES MENUS YOU would not even dare to imagine to exist.
This is some background story from CHOWKIT KUALA LUMPUR MALAYSIA, originally published here : AFRICASIAEURO YOUTUBE
“I tried out the book “CHINESE RECEIPES AND HOW TO ORDER IN A CHINESE RESTAURANT”
What I found was I received better service, the chef himself put more effort in his cooking, as if he wanted to prove his skill.
It made sense.