9 months ago
I found this art in Kuala Lumpur interesting While it doesn't say much it is basically the meeting of females of the 3 main cultures in Malaysia The tall woman Indian the middle Malay and on the end a Chinese woman, the 2nd largest community in Malaysia ... See MoreSee Less
Street Talk Savvy is in Singapore.
9 months ago
No this is not in India It is street art in little India in Singapore The man in the photo decided that's where he was hanging out for a while ... See MoreSee Less
Street Talk Savvy is in George Town, Malaysia.
10 months ago
The beautiful coastal city of Georgetown Malaysia is an amazing melting pot of culture and cuisine ... See MoreSee Less
These are a series of supposedly temporary sculptures by Anthony Gormley in Liverpool England, called Another Place. The many figures on the beach dissapear and reappear according to the tide. The sunset is said to be the most pleasant time to visit these sculptures. The figures inspired the locals so much they asked them to leave them there ... See MoreSee Less
Today we introduce you to international masters of music. This one is a special flavour- musicians cross comedians from New Zealand. This song will make you laugh ... See MoreSee Less
To introduce you to some of the music selections inspired by posts we have created visit this link for Swedish music we have discovered on our Swedish Music Savvy blog postsA playlist featuring Adrian Lux, Icona Pop, The Hives, and others ... See MoreSee Less
After many years we finally changed our fanpage photo. Give us a like or let us know what you think ... See MoreSee Less
I recently did a post about the official full name of Los Angeles being quite long. Here is the official full name of Bangkok, Thailand which is even longer; Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit ... See MoreSee Less
We missed world international tongue twister day on the 12th November, but here is one of my favourite tongue twisters, good luck trying to pronounce the Swedish number 2 ... See MoreSee Less
Today's saying of the day is from French. Occupe toi de tes oignons. Look after your own onions" ... See MoreSee Less