A Place to Inspire


Sometimes it is fun to go to random places especially the new one that is inspiring, like this one, called Tzu Chi foundation, which is located at Pantai Indah Kapuk. Tzu Chi is a non-profit foundation established by Cheng Yen, a Taiwanese Buddhist nun. The foundation is enganged in social humanity. One thing I like about this is that you don't have to be a buddhist to volunteer. Diversity has no meaning in here and everybody can contribute to make a better change and help those in needs.

The area was spacious (and it looks as if we're in Taiwan!). Unfortunately we were not allowed to go inside because it was not open for public and it was a holiday. Well, seeing the building from outside has made us beyond happy already, haha. This place is amazing. I even unexpectedly took outfit pictures here, whereas the main purpose was to make a location review to get it proposed as the location for our next fashion spread to my editor, hehe. 

Photographed by : Irvan and Arum
Edited by : Me

beret - Stroberi | turtleneck top & mono square outer - thrift strore | black midi dress - PICNIC | socks and shoes - Topshop

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  3. OMG! I love your hatttt <3
    When did you buy it? Is it still available in the storeee/


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