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Living Waste I[1] Photographer: Akhlas Uddin
Description Self-taught documentary photographer Akhlash Uddin once stepped into local urban garbage in Bangladesh to capture migrates’ daily lives. Numbers of poor people are living in a bad environment around recyclables plastic materials which will be sold as their rare source of income.

However, on the other hand, it precisely because of their selling activities, modern society are getting more friendly-environmental in the science and technology development.

Photographer Akhlash Uddin focuses on those poor people’s livelihood to increase publics’ attentions on environmental protection, social justice, and violate children rights.


>> More specific story of Akhlash Uddin’s “Living Waste” at http://en.g-photography.net/photographer/articles/news_21469.html

>> Next part of this series at http://en.g-photography.net/photographer/photos/picture_v_72396_438922.html#438922

>> To explore more of photographer Akhlash Uddin’s information at http://en.g-photography.net/photographer/chinese/photographer_akhlasuddin.html

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