Shot at Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Apparently, they were Indian descents. The man in the right hand hid his hair with a cap-like object because he was a Sikh. Because Sikhs were rare in Japan, the man with a beard looked like a pirate coming out from a movie for me.
Sikhs were allowed for riding motorbikes without helmets because they had to wear turban.
Many Indians included Sikh had come to this country during English era. Approximately 8% o…(more)
I met a man wearing a turban when I walked the streets. He wore a admirable beard also. An…(more)
The man who had drooping eyes was a Sikh and wore a turban around his head. There were few…(more)
The man was waiting for a bus at a bus stop. He wrapped his head with a turban and wore a…(more)
The man wearing a turban was standing in the midst of the street and looking at me calmly…(more)
At time of visiting, a wedding party was held in the temple. Many people were there and ev…(more)
Some motorbikes were waiting at the traffic light. And a man and a woman was riding on the…(more)
Of course, I had known the Petronas Towers were tall before I came to this city. When I sa…(more)
When I strolled about the streets, I found a mother holding her little daughter in her arm…(more)
A pedestrian bridge was spanned over the Meiji Street. It stretched as if it was connected…(more)
The boy wore 'New Cap'. I do not know whether it literally new or not.…(more)
The wide streets in this mighty city were busy. And they were often jammed. Unlike in Japa…(more)