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London, the linguistically most diverse city in the world #languages #london #diversity #multilingual #multicultural #伦敦 #Londres #ロンドン #лондон #런던 #لندن  (Taken with Instagram at Potters Fields Park)

London, the linguistically most diverse city in the world #languages #london #diversity #multilingual #multicultural #伦敦 #Londres #ロンドン #лондон #런던 #لندن (Taken with Instagram at Potters Fields Park)

Swaminarayan Temple (Neasden, North London)

The biggest Hindu temple outside India is in London. It was made traditionally with limestone and marble. Over half of the UK’s Hindu population lives in London, making up a fifth of the population in some areas in North London.

At Bubbleology

At Bubbleology

My photos from the 16th London-HK Dragon Boat Festival at Royal Albert Dock/London 19th June 2011. 二〇十一年倫敦香港龍舟同樂日

My photos from the 16th London-HK Dragon Boat Festival at Royal Albert Dock/London 19th June 2011. 二〇十一年倫敦香港龍舟同樂日

“Robin Hood Lane” in East London: Ironically one of the most deprived social housing estates I’ve seen so far. And all that right facing the glitter of Canary Wharf’s high rise apartments & offices

“Robin Hood Lane” in East London: Ironically one of the most deprived social housing estates I’ve seen so far. And all that right facing the glitter of Canary Wharf’s high rise apartments & offices

In the Amazon, you need a machete and mosquito spray to survive. In London, it’s credit, travel and coffee cards that you will need to pack to make it out alive!

In the Amazon, you need a machete and mosquito spray to survive. In London, it’s credit, travel and coffee cards that you will need to pack to make it out alive!

Bubble Tea in London

[en] Bubble tea originated in Taiwan in the 1980s, now popular in Hong Kong and all of East Asia. It’s milky tea with syrup flavours and taipioca starch, taro or sago pearls nestled at the base of the plastic cup. Here the favourite spots by TimeOut London all surprisingly around China Town:
[cn] 在哪里有伦敦最好的珍珠奶茶? 下面是TimeOut伦敦版杂志的选择:


Languages of prestige shopping on London’s Oxford Street. 


Languages of prestige shopping on London’s Oxford Street. 

Don’t feed the pigeons!

Don’t feed the pigeons!

Jun 9
At Greenwich Market: “Vegan Ethiopian, exotic Chinese, yummy Thai or exquisite Japanese for lunch?”

At Greenwich Market: “Vegan Ethiopian, exotic Chinese, yummy Thai or exquisite Japanese for lunch?”