S. Peer once braved the frozen tundra of northern Canada as a reporter and photographer. He now calls southern China home and enjoys the humid clime more than the bone-numbing cold of his native land. He misses little of North America: Riding in the back of a Canadian air force transport plane and crossing a Chinese street both hold the same level of danger and excitement. After traveling extensively in south-west China he has plans to see and photograph more of Asia.
When not shooting photographs or writing he works as an ESL educator and administrator at a private school.
See his works at www.asianramblings.com.