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Synapticism

An experiential journal of synchronicity and connection

Keelung 基隆 (pinyin: Jīlóng; originally 雞籠, literally "chicken cage") is Taiwan's seedy northern port city. It has a long, checkered history and was particularly important during the Japanese colonial era. Big attractions include Miaokou Night Market 廟口夜市, many old fortresses and batteries, and picturesque Keelung Islet. It is also a dark paradise for urban explorers, something that will be immediately apparent to anyone who makes a visit.

Feb 2017
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Postcards From Badouzi 八斗子明信片

May 2016
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Keelung’s All-Night Kanziding Fish Market 基隆崁仔頂漁市場

Feb 2016

Ruchuan Village 入船里

Feb 2016

Miaokou Night Market From Above

Jan 2016

An Overnight Trip to Keelung via Jinguashi and Jiufen

Jan 2016
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Taiwanese Plumbing From Hell

Sep 2015

What These Old Doors Might Say

Sep 2015

Qingyu Hall 慶餘堂

Sep 2015

Telling Time by a Mirror

Sep 2015

Carve The Sky

Jul 2015

Ghost In The Mirror

Jul 2015

United Bowling Alley 統一保齡球館

Jul 2015
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The Sky Above the Port Was the Color of Television

Jul 2015

An Iconic Pedestrian Bridge in Keelung

Jun 2015
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On the Dark Streets of Keelung

May 2015

Outside the Infamous Keelung Ghost House

May 2015

A Hillside Home in Keelung

Nov 2014

Badouzi Shoreline Vista