Uma Bista is a visual storyteller based in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is currently working as a photojournalist for Annapurna Post in Nepal. Her most of the work is based on woman issues.
Three weeks ago, and two weeks before he died, I wrote a story about Chinese artist Ren Hang. Why photograph? I asked him. He told me, “because it fills the emptiness of my heart.”
Betel Nuts are kind of little green nuts and popular in Taiwan (especially among the labor class), where some people chew them as gum.
It is only human to desire a love that is approved. A wedding is often a mark of this approval; it is considered an ideal to reach for. Charmaine Poh’s work concerns issues of memory, gender, and identity.
Self/Portrait is about contemporary China and its millennial generation. This generations’ outward presentation of ‘self’ contrasts with their parents and grandparents.
Photography is the reason why I work. I must continue eating in order to take photographs, and in order to take photographs I work.
Emerging Chinese photographer Guligo Jia explores the fantasies of people whose gender is fluid.
Tsering Topgyal’s long-term project features portraits of other young Tibetans like himself, living in exile, and separated from home and family.
When I was 17 years old and a student, the girl sitting beside me in class passed away after a short struggle with an illness. Her name was Esther.
There are lot of words to describe Korean young generation nowadays. But who they really are and what they really want? ‘side_B’ starts from this question.
My family will probably never be all together again. But I feel without a doubt that there is proof inside of each of us that we once lived together.
And now they know is the revelation of the part of me that even my family could only speculate upon.
Everybody has more or less phycological pain in their mind or heart. Some people can not run away from the pain. This is a story about people who have pain.
The lottery in Thailand will be drawn twice in each month, 1st and 16th; between those periods, you’ll easily find a lot of sellers carrying lottery ticket tray around the town.
Son of an exiled Chinese nationalist, Tseng Kwong Chi was a Hong Kong born photographer active in the New York Art Scene in the 1970s and 80s.