ISOM migration – v2000 to v2017

The biggest news in the orienteering world now is easily the official sanctioning of the newest successor to the International Specification for Orienteering Maps. ISOM 2017 will come into force on 1 May 2017, less than 3 weeks later; the transition period will end on 1 January 2018, at which point all forest (middle/long distance) … Continue reading ISOM migration – v2000 to v2017


Release of the ISSOM passability placard for public use

Today I am releasing the ISSOM passability placard, which adorns my sprint orienteering maps since 2015, for public use under the CC-BY-SA 4.0 license. The license means, in short, that you are free to use the placard in any of your works as long as you attribute it to me (there's an attribution in the … Continue reading Release of the ISSOM passability placard for public use

22 Feb 2014

Now I know what happens when one gets a sub-3 in marathon - not just my running and orienteering friends, but also my music friends, kept asking in the past week if I did get a sub-3 in marathon. To many a sub-3 marathon is an impossible dream, and difficult even for a marathon finish. … Continue reading 22 Feb 2014

Map – TST Cultural Centre complex

This is an orienteering map of the Cultural Centre complex in Tsimshatsui (Kowloon), where I frequent as musician (flautist in MYO) and music lover (usually for subscription concerts of the Hong Kong Philharmonic). The map was done in early 2013 at a scale of 1:2000 and converted to 1:4000 (plus formatted) today. (Paper size: A5)