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As Singapore slowly marches towards her 50th anniversary of independence in 2015, our partners at PLATFORM.Sg have taken an early step forward.

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

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A guest post by Megat Ibrahim Mahfuz on INTER-VIEWS & Participatory Photography in Singapore.

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Body snatchers are a highly organized team who are proud of their self appointed roles. Facing gruesome situation at accident sites to rescue the trapped, tending to the injured and administering the dead.

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Selection of photographs taken during the IPA Street Photography Workshop in Singapore, 2-3rd March 2013.

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Singapore is a small island, and the coastline represents a limit of sorts. But it is also at this limit, where we look out and aspire for more.

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Photography allows me to confront my reality in a manner that, hopefully, returns me to life with a little more tenderness, a little more passion.

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I was recently a nominator for Platform TEN, an annual presentation by IPA Partner PLATFORM.sg of ‘new faces’ to watch in Singapore Photography.

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Construction in Singapore forms the bane and the boon of Singaporeans – at the same time advancing our industries and building up the infrastructure needed for advancement.

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During the month of Ramadan, Muslims are encouraged to attend special congregational prayers at night called the terawih prayers.

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After being a photojournalist for over a decade, Bob reflects on the rhythm of life and how it inter-twines with his personal photography.

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