Following my concern on collective behavior of common people, I direct my camera lens to the group possessing power: The Police. Honghongers like to call policemen as “Ah Sir” and policewomen as “Madam”.

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We spotlight some new work produced by members of the IPA Workshop Alumni, each exploring their new journey in photography. River Moon is a series by Vietnamese photographer Dương Hài Cốt.

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According to international statistics, about eight to fifteen out of a thousand people are autistic, but the numbers are rising. There are more than one million autistic children in China.

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The average person may consider a dog show to be a glorified beauty pageant for dogs and on the whole a quirky and rather superfluous affair. In fact most dog shows in India look, sound and smell the same.

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Without any fear, children aged 5-9 race on horseback at up to 80km per hour. In Sumbawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara, a horseback racing tradition involves child jockeys.

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On first glance at the photographs, they appear to be miniaturised cityscape models of our beloved Kuala Lumpur city. But on closer inspection one realises they are in fact photographs of real scene of the city.

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About 65 percent of the surface of Metro Dhaka was water bodies (Ponds, small lakes and stream) 20 years ago. But, now we have seen very few number of water bodies in the city.

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When I think about my hometown there are two important people that can not be overlooked. Kinjiro Kida painted the beauty of nature as well as its harshness and the real lives of the villagers.

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It feels good when I realize this journey of ours is bizarre but together we have an incredible story.

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A selection of short stories and visual poems from Yangon City, Myanmar made during the IPA Photo+ Myanmar Workshop

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