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Chinese photographer Hei Ming takes one step further by re-taking portraits of some of the people in those pictures, decades later.

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Like many Asian countries, Burma has a strong male-dominated culture with the popular belief that one reincarnates as males or females according to the good or bad deeds in his/her past lives.

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Following our list of 30 Most Influential Photographers in Asia, here are videos of some of the featured photographers and their work.

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These photos are part of my long-term project investigating the evacuees not as victims, but as part of a 1000 years old folk culture of the area.

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A selection of essays by photographers who have pointed their lenses inwards on their family – a view into their personal lives.

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An updated list of 30 Influential Contemporary and Pioneer Photographers in Asia as contributed by the IPA community.

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Imagining Flood is a photographic study concerning the floods that have taken place in Bangkok (2011).

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Being Together first started as a part of a long continuation body of work that focus on my relationship with my family.

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My essay encompasses an eight month documentary dedicated to an unusual man who lives in the heart of the Jewish orthodox community. He is an uncommon creature both in his religious-studying group and with his surfing mates.

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Images taken of graffitied election posters found along the streets of Bangkok. Part of a wider series of interesting find stemming from 2006 Yellow Shirt movement against the former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.

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My name is Reinfredo Enrique Celis, village chairman of village 31 of Tacloban City. To all my wife’s brothers and sisters, I’m sorry for everything. I didn’t abandon her. I tried to save her.

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Young documentary photographer Bernice Wong explores the plight of migrant workers in limbo in Singapore.

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