Just a quick post to let you know, if you don't already, that I (Robyn) have started writing a column for Wall Street Journal Asia, on Asian street food. The column is evolving week to week -- look for a mix of musings, vendor/dish highlights, observations about street food culture in various countries around the region, food history and more. In my first installment I write about why, when Asia offers so many other ways to eat these days, I still gravitate towards the street.
If there's something you'd like to see covered in the column, I'd love to hear from you! Please leave a comment here, on the EatingAsia Facebook page, or by clicking the tab above the column. And no, this doesn't mean I'll be posting less here.
A couple of weeks ago Dave had his first byline, atop a piece he wrote for ZesterDaily.com on how to come away from your next trip to a market with photos that are a cut above the usual. He's sharing tricks of the trade that he's picked up over the years, and that he himself puts to use when he's shooting markets for publications like the New York Times and Saveur. And he's included a slideshow with examples of how to make light, perspective and time work in your favor.