The Akihabara electronic town is an important meeting point for the Otaku people. The roads are completely full of stores dedicated to manga, anime, idols, video games, etc.. Therefore dedicated strictly to the "Otaku world".
Jaisalmer is also known as the Golden City. Like the other cities in Rajasthan (Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur) this tag comes from the colors of the walls of the old downtown. Within the ancient walls of Jaisalmer Fort, the building are colored in gold.
A suburb of Hong Kong just off the gleaming main street. A boy was playing basketball alone in a playground among the tall buildings of the neighborhood. It had passed through my mind to challenge him in a one on one, but seeing him score twenty consecutive shots, I gave up to avoid what was an easy and resounding defeat.
The caotic streets of Hanoi. The noise of the vietnamese streets is always deafening and you gotta get used to it.
For the commuters, the train station is almost like a second home. So much time spent here running to catch the train or the metro, or waiting patiently the next one. So much life here, so many encounters, but the only thing that matters is the time.
Metropolitan commuters in Tokyo. Persons that probably meet each others everyday on the way to work.. but perhaps never had a tiny conversation. So close but so far.
The fast food Life. Doesn't really "just happens to McDonald", especially in Asia, there is a real obsession for mobile and social networks. These that are framed are father and son. This kind of scenes have became very frequent.