4317 Km – No Reservation is a diary of our dream journey to Flores Islands in two Land Rovers, crossing four straits, five islands,spanning 4317 km, using up 519 litres of diesel and with too many packets of cigarettes.

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The Alang exhibition draws attention to our notions of the exotic in the 21st Century, concerning globalization and it’s relationship between Nature, Man and Steel.

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When I became old enough to observe the world in a clearer way, I also became burdened with many difficulties in life. In truth, the world is still the same.

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A look at Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), the fastest growing sport in the world with photographs from the new Leica T Camera.

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With its population of about 5.9 million people comprising different ethnics and religions, city Yangon has now awakened as its country’s doors are opened, or at least thought to be opened. Many called it ‘Transition’.

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And as I explored the state of existence of people living in these made-believe happy environments, I also commemorate the 30th anniversary of my own public housing tenancy.

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We are happy to announce that the 2 Grants for the IPA Mentorship Program have been awarded to Zeng Liwei, Singapore and Pauline Nikka Corsino, Philippines.

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Annie Leibovitz. A confident, poised, charismatic woman. The black jacket she wore looked as comfortable as her sneakers. Her welcoming speech was also a breeze at the opening of her retrospective exhibition

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From 7th April to 12th May 2014, India holds it’s general elections to constitute the 16th Lok Sabha in India.

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In his critical documentary series of a mental asylum in Taiwan, Chien-Chi Chang has acknowledged discarding years of work for a simple collection of portraits captured under an hour.

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Ever since I remembered, there have been numerous political protests that led to the occupation of the capital city, Bangkok. At times, the nature of these events seemed so distant and difficult to understand.

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Shenzhen is a southern coastal city filled with migrants from the neighbouring countryside. Under Deng Xiaoping, Shenzhen became the first and one of the most successful ’Special Economic Zone’ in 1980.

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