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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.
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.
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.
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.
Wenzhou is a large port city in the eastern province of Zhejiang with a population of three million. I was overwhelmed by the changes and the combination of memories and contemporary experiences.
If you have been following the current protests in Hong Kong and its now famous Umbrella Movement, chances are you’ve seen a photograph by Lam Yik Fei.
The smell of death was overpowering. A seemingly endless sea of debris made up the landscape in that part of the Philippines where the most powerful typhoon ever recorded by satellites made landfall.
Compelled and moved by his country’s current political turmoil and divide, Chotiwat Lattapanit began photographing the protests in his home city Bangkok.
‘Ennui’, born out of the loneliness of travel, is a reflection of my own photographic attempts – a silent challenge to myself and, hopefully, a prelude of more to come.
I am drawn to the arbitrary arrangement of all the functional shapes, structures, lines, and artifacts that add to the construction of the whole.