These photographs taken in Malaysia are symbols of the failure of progression I feel in this beloved country of mine.

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Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.

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Since the new millennium, Car culture broke into China strongly and quickly, and soon became the most popular or desired mode of transportation.

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Heroes and Legacies, Death and Mourning. It was a dark, rainy day. Guards and officials lining the opposite pavement saluted.

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Dog shows in India have a rich and long history; the first show was held in India in 1896 and flourished under the patronage of the British colonial elite.

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The old maxim ‘The camera never lies’ appears in recent weeks to have gone from being the photojournalist’s badge of trustworthy, evidential pride to a metaphysical conundrum.

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Mawa created ‘Close Distance’, typological portraits of middle-class housewives and their domestic helpers, especially for her community and others in privileged positions in Dhaka’s educated middle-class.

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On a little street called Kerbau Road in Little India, stands Sajeev Digital Photo Studio, a quaint little photo studio run by 49 year old photographer K. Sajeev Lal with his wife Sheeja Shaj.

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There was a well-known Chinese romance story about a cowherd (Niulang) and a weaver girl (Zhinu). One day, the young cowherd Niulang met a beautiful girl, Zhinu, the seventh daughter of the Goddess.

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FOCUS Photography Festival Mumbai opens their second edition from 12th to 26th March 2015.

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