My story centers around a man Mr. Sandip Karan who loves street dogs and his love knows no bounds, unlike most dog lovers.

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It has been a few months now since we launched IPA Labs, our new distance learning and collaboration initiative. We are now happy to introduce the IPA Mentorship Program.

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Born in 1971, Shinya Arimoto has been photographing and exhibiting work since 1994, and was awarded the 35th Taiyo Award in 1997. We speak with Arimoto about his work and experience.

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Myanmar is included in the list of 57 countries worldwide with the most critical shortage of medical personnel.

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Influential Chinese Photographer 呂楠 Lu Nan’s Trilogy Photographs of the Catholic Church in China, China’s mental institutions and Tibetan peasants.

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In 2003, influential Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom published the book ‘Protest’, a photographic record of protests held every Tuesday from April 2002 to 2003.

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Some storerooms shed light on a global issue like city-living – partly a microcosm of what it means to live in one of the world’s top 5 most densely-populated countries, Singapore.

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Eikoh Hosoe is one of Asia’s Most Influential Photographers. In 1960, He created the Jazz Film Laboratory to work on experimental film-making.

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I’ve always believed the notion that every photograph is a portrait of the photographer. Here is a selection of Junku’s photographs of Japan – a portrait from a larrikin ex-salaryman.

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Looking at the pictures, I find Motoyuki and his family indulging me in a foreign yet familiar mundanity. I look for a small spot to sit.

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“Rat Tribe” explores the lives of low-waged migrant workers who live underground in Beijing and make up one-third of the city’s estimated 20 million people.

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Angkor Photo Festival is the longest running photo festival in Southeast Asia. This year they will host and celebrate their 10th edition.

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