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I am a frustrated cook who always got scolded by my wife for leaving the kitchen a mess. Since I shifted to Android, I set aside my DSLR camera and started advocating on mobile photography. I won an ASUS Premium phone last year which motivated me more to pursue mobile photography. Loved it, even more, when I won a flagship phone from Huawei last May.

I am a corporate slave for over 2 years now doing digital marketing for Australian-based clients.

@herbertkikoy

Website: https://www.driftstories.com

Articles by Herbert Kikoy:

Described as the dazzling Nazi princess, Gudrun Burwitz was noted as a major proponent of Nazism. Gudrun Burwitz, the daughter of top Nazi, Heinrich Himmler,…

Americans didn’t learn of the Bataan Death March and the atrocities associated with the 1942 Japanese conquest of Luzon until January 28, 1944, when newspapers…

Undoubtedly, the Second World War has always been a favorite subject for movies. Many actors have played in war films, everyone from John Wayne to…

It is said that the 1777 Battle of Saratoga was the most crucial and decisive during the American Revolutionary War. Often coined as the turning…

In the summer of 1776, the British Monarchy sought to put a quick and decisive end to the rebellion in the American colonies. King George…

When war came in March 2003 the Apaches found themselves in a position of importance. A strike by F-117’s to try and kill Saddam Hussein…

Aside from being the longest and most costly conflict in modern history, the Vietnam war was the most horrific campaign in American history due to…

After its initial success in Southeast Asia, the Japanese military turned their attention to Australia and the port city of Darwin located in Australia’s Northern…

On June 10, 1940, Italy’s Benito Mussolini, with his self-delusion of greatness, declared war on Britain and France. Given the state at the time of…

The F-86 Sabre had several predecessors, all of them introduced in 1944, the last full year of World War Two. That year the Germans brought…

On July 6, 1553, Edward VI, King of England, lay dead, but only a few people knew about it. The powerful Duke of Northumberland was…

Task Force Smith was composed mostly of men under 21 years of age, and before war broke out in Korea on June 25, 1950, its…