Maps reflect the lived – or purely imagined – world of a city’s inhabitants.
“I thought back to my own noble discomfort at treating the poverty of others as a tourist attraction.”
“As a local, I was born and grew up here. Part of me always feels bewildered about the positive comments uttered from the mouths of tourists about this overcrowded city.”
“So much light, so many happy people, a hotel just next to densely squeezed, Michelin-starred hot food stalls on the nearest street corner, and a burgundy shoe box shop offering all sorts of strange liquids and jellies.”