“Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins.” If that is so, then to me, a Landscape begins anew when the bricks are taken apart.

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The 12th of May marks the 5th year anniversary of the most devastating earthquake to hit China in the past 30 years.

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Singapore photographer Aik Beng Chia documents the nights of Little India with his mobile phone.

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I think motion symbolizes a journey. It doesn’t matter how we move or where we’re moving to. We’re not static creatures.

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Honne and Tatemae are two very important concepts to understand Japanese social behaviour.

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5 IPA Workshop Grants awarded over the past 2 months, to recipients from Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines and Singapore.

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Beneath Jharia, a remote region of eastern India, lie dozens of massive underground fires, forever threatening the lives and health of the nearly half a million people who live above.

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It gets you along the way, the wound. It starts in the arms, burning you with doubt as you touch her. It climbs up to your shoulder, the doubt.

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From the passing of time, friends, sadness, joy, successes, failures. I am humbled by the power of time. By its immortality and the continuous cycle of discovery.

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I lived in a world of dreams and fantasy from a tender age when innocence, fun and naivety transported me to the world of Ali Baba on a flying carpet.

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Invisible Photographer Asia (IPA) is proud to be a supporting partner of the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) 2013.

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IPA Awards judge Chow Chee Yong reflects on his own surrealist photography and the ‘darkroom photoshop’ techniques used to create them.

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