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#31 – Diabolo Army Baseball Market – Taipei (台北), Taiwan (台灣)

The Diablo.  I mean… diabolo.  Pronounced the same ok.  Diabolo (扯鈴) or commonly known as the Chinese Yo-Yo is a juggling apparatus made of an axle with two cones and spun with a string attached end to end to two

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#28 – Around Taipei (台北), Taiwan (台灣)

The flag of Taiwan. This was established as the official flag of the Republic of China (Kuomintang, KMT) since 1917 and used as the national flag of Taiwan since 1949.  The depicted was described as Blue Sky, White Sun, and a

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#15 – South East Asia 2010 – Rewind

In April and May of 2010, I went on a trip to Asia for 2 months.  After 100 GB of video, I slapped together a video of just some highlights.  I made this about a year ago and I often

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