When I first saw this giant teapot adorning a roundabout near Kuala Belait in Brunei, I was thinking, at the time, it must be a British hangover. After all, Brunei was a former British colony and tea drinking must be a culture it inherited from the British. The structure's construction was sponsored by Brunei Shell Petroleum.
The Bruneian Poor Man's Harley.
Brunei's Kuala Belait wet market is like what our Central Market used to be; except the art deco building is circular.
I met vegetable seller, Bujang, inside. Somehow, we started talking about big bikes and he said he'll go home to get his bike to show me.
It was the fairly rare Hyosung GV650 Aquila, a shiny cruiser. I remember distinctly Bujang telling me is China-made but a Google search later revealed it is a Korean product.