Kodokushi (“Lonely Death”, in Japanese) generally refers to the death of single people living alone in their homes from sudden diseases and from their inability to ask for help.

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The ‘selfie’ phenomenon here is proving that Thailand has a very ‘unique’ protest style that differs from other nations in the world.

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Invisible Ph t grapher Asia is calling for Applications to Scholarship Grants for our new IPA Mentorship Program. DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, 16TH APRIL 2014.

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Since our last coverage of the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, two more issues have been published. Made in Singapore, by Tay Kay Chin is issue #05 of 20.

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It seems Instagram and mobile pictures are hotter than ever. Here are 20 Instagram streams from Asia to follow…

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My Mom and Dad were both born in 1985- with me. They were married to each other for two years before that. It was a late marriage.

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In a small homage to Myanmar and Chinese People On The Train, by Wang Fuchun, here is a glimpse of the people and stories at the Yangon Circular Railway.

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The Tiger landed. My eyes opened. Rangoon was waiting for dawn. A selection of street photographs taken in Myanmar’s largest city and former capital.

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A selection of photographic haikus taken at the first-ever IPA Street Photography Workshop in Yangon, Myanmar.

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The All Burma Students’ Democratic Front (ABSDF) is one of the last armed groups to sign a ceasefire agreement with the Myanmar government.

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I came across an abandoned police station and found identity photographs of the police personnel being scattered around. Most of them still look good, except for a layer of dust on the photographs.

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I never knew my Grandfather that well. I always had somewhat of an estranged relationship with him. My grandfather had two wives– and he would split his time between both sides of the family.

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