These are events that I experienced or participated in. They include the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11/2001 and protests in the U.S.A against the war on Iraq. Our cry of pain from September 11th is not a cry for war. These pictures are some documentation of the huge rallies against the war on Iraq…
The 5000 strong protest in Times Square, New York City, March 20th, 2003 the day after bombing of Iraq commences.
The 25,000 strong protest in Central Park, New York City, September 15th, 2002.
The 400,000 strong protest in Washington D.C. January 18th, 2003.
The 60,000 strong protest in Washington D.C. October 25th, 2003 demanding return of the troops.
The 200,000 strong protest in Washington D.C. October 26th, 2002.
The 500,000 strong march to Washington Square Park, New York City, March 22nd, 2003.
These are images I recorded on September 11th 2001 at my apartment building in the financial district of Manhattan. I used to live at 110 Greenwich St, two buildings away from the south tower of the World Trade Center. I witnessed the attacks. I only got a few pictures on a film camera and an…
Yes, I’ve succumbed to another form of distraction, I’m now tweeting on twitter. It was the combination of Jordan’s hilarious International Jet Trash and Henkjan’s Music Cognition tweets which made unable to resist…
Courtesy of the Australian Greens Senator, Sarah Hanson-Young, there is a letter writing campaign to Chris Bowen, the new minister for immigration in Australia. Here’s my letter: Dear Minister, It’s time to fix our immigration system. Our current immigration system is failing the world’s most vulnerable people.