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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Malnutrition affects 50 percent of the weavers’ children and Varanasi has the highest infant mortality rate in India at 78.

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These photos are part of on-going project “Sorry, you’ll never walk alone”. Shin Noguchi is a street photographer based in Kamakura and Tokyo, Japan.

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Continuing our feature on the Twentyfifteen.sg Project, Singapore 1925 – 2025 by Robert Zhao Renhui is issue #06 of 20.

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IPA PLUG & PLAY Slideshow Night is an informal night of curated slideshows, dialogue and exchange with an intimate audience in a cosy setting.

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We are offering 1 IPA Scholarship Grant to a young Indonesian photographer to participate in the IPA Street Photography Workshop JAKARTA, 10th–13th May 2014, with fees waived.

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Torajan people have immensely strong cognizance that life on earth is a transient affair. They realize that impossible as it may seem to restrain the sun setting in the west, delaying death is more or less the same.

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I am not scared of night is a project on shamanistic rituals in Nepal. Syafrubesi is a village situated just 13 kilometers from the Chinese border.

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When it comes to photography, Colin is one of the most curious and obsessive. And looking at his photographs today, it is quite amazing to see how far that curiosity and obsession has taken him.

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There are thousands of refugees displaced by civil war between Myanmar government and Kachin ethnic rebel group called Kachin Independence Army (KIA).

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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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