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In his famous photographic series called The flowing ‘Great Wall’, veteran Chinese photographer Wang Wenlan spent years documenting bicycles in China.

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Bedok Reservoir lies in the eastern part of Singapore. Over the years, it has become Singapore’s most notorious suicide spot.

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How would you feel if you were told you only had a few months to live? What would you say? How would you cope?

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One day, I watched him as he was wearing his own clothes. It surprised me how very small he looked. He looked like a child trying to wear the clothes of adults.

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Quote on photography from Ruan Yizhong 阮义忠 (a.k.a Juan I-Jong), referred to by some as Taiwan’s Henri Cartier-Bresson.

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It is when we are at our most vulnerable that we are the most honest. I hope the day never comes when I seek comfort in the solitude of Ravens.

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I visited the building in its last days of occupation, and pieced together an image of the lives this building used to contain from the remnants I find.

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Thailand’s Anti-Amnesty Bill movement depict a glimpse of hope that Thai people can actually come to common consensuses politically.

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Filipinos are one of the most resilient people I know. It was only 3 months ago in August this year when we were caught in typhoon that hit Manila.

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Ronny Sen: Khmer Din

07/11/2013 by

Khmer Din by young Indian photographer Ronny Sen is his first artist book. Self-published in limited editions (200+3 copies), it includes a box with book, two text sheets, a box of six 5×7 inches prints and a poster on archival paper.

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A curatorial focus on Australian photo essays that have received little or no attention outside of Australia by Tamara Voninski.

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This is the story of my search for paradise on earth, in a place devastated by both Man and Nature. Paradise is a photo book based on Swat Valley in Pakistan, authored by Singapore photographer Edwin Koo.

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