Last November, my parents and I took a trip down to Kaohsiung to visit my uncle, aunt and cousins. My uncle took us to the World Games Stadium (世運主場館, shì​ yùn​ zhǔ​chǎng​ guǎn​), which was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito and the location of the 2009 World Games.

I love the lattice-like detailing.


While there, I spent a lot of time sneaking photos of my family with my Vivitar Wide & Slim, only to find out later that my mother had been sneak-photographing me. She does this quite often. Once when I was back in California, I flipped through photos on her digital camera only to discover a shot of me asleep on the sofa. Then again, I can’t complain because I do the same thing to our cats.


And, yes, it took me four months to get this roll of film developed. My excuse is that I like surprises. Speaking of which, I discovered a roll of film in my camera bag from college. It’s at least 7 years old. I want to get it developed, but I’m scared of what might be on there. Hmmm. Decisions, decisions.