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Body snatchers are a highly organized team who are proud of their self appointed roles. Facing gruesome situation at accident sites to rescue the trapped, tending to the injured and administering the dead.

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Hong Kong photojournalist Lam Yik Fei’s continuing documentation of Myanmar in transition.

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People who live in the coastal areas of Bangladesh are always at risk from river erosion, cyclones, floods and other natural disasters.

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No matter how much the foreign aid is pumped into the nation, the only solution Cambodia has is self empowerment!

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Kids Photo Journal is a project where children from the tohoku disaster areas document their daily lives and the recovery of their home towns – using photography as voice and therapy.

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Crocodiles are almost as abundant as chickens. They are bred and killed because their skin is comparably valued almost equal to that of gold.

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A piggery near my house is where two month old pigs spend the last four months of their lives.

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Thomas Lee explores the phenomenon of ‘social lesbianism’ amongst foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong.

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Up in the Singalila Ridge bordering Nepal and India, lies the quiet little village of ‘Dhotre’ in West Bengal, India.

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During the Maha Kumbh Mela 2013, an estimated 200+Million devotees made their way to the banks of River Ganges in search of the nectar of immortality.

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Bidi is a leaf-rolled cigar made of coarse tobacco prepared for smoking. The Bidi industry is one of the foremost cottage industries in India.

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Burma has opened from years of isolation but beneath the flurry of changes lie layers of secrecy and untold tales of social division.

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