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Robin Yong's Other Specific Contributions on Photography As a freelance photographer, Robin Yong​ has truely received hundreds or say thousands awards on photography since last three years. This article is a whole list about his contribution about achievements ... Feb. 12, 2018
Paradise for honeymoon The mere mention of Bali evokes thoughts of a paradise. It's more than a place; it's a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind. Feb. 02, 2018
The Yonder Blue: An Ancient and Cultural Fort in Rajasthan At the foothill of the majestic Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur in Rajasthan, described by Rudyard Kipling as “a mesmerising, formidable feat of construction,” there is a 500-year-old settlement where most ... Jan. 05, 2018
Unmissable adventures around the world Hike, climb, cycle, surf, canoe... there are countless ways to explore a country if you've got a taste for adventure. we look at some of the action-packed activities that define a destination, from kayaking through sea caves in Vietnam to paragliding over beaches in Turkey. Jan. 05, 2018
The Magnificent Borobudur Temple The world's largest Buddhist temple and one of Indonesia's biggest attractions is Unesco World Heritage–listed Borobudur Temple. Standing on a 118m by the 118m base, its six square terraces are topped by three circular ones, with four stairways leading up through carved gateways to the top. Viewed from the air, the structure resembles a colossal three-dimensional tantric mandala. Jan. 02, 2018
The Incredible Journey: An Impressive Experience in Jaynagar Train It is a journey from Jaynagar in India to Janakpur Dham, the birthplace of Sita, in Nepal. The ride is certainly not for the faint-hearted. Even angels may not dare embark on such a mission. Perhaps ... Dec. 26, 2017
Time Immemorial-YANG YONGLIANG Solo Exhibition Inspired by Chinese ancestral culture and the famous Shan Shui, Yang Yongliang works with digital photography like a painter. Nov. 09, 2017
Capital of Culture in East Asia Níngbo, an ancient harbor city, has been an important trading port for millennia, and today is one of China's busiest. One of the five ports opened during the Treaty of Nanjing in 1842, it has a former foreign concession, Lao Waitan, now a vibrant, pedestrian-only entertainment district along the Yong River. Nov. 03, 2017
Dogs and Snakes in the Lahu Spiritual and Daily Life Lahus have several myths that focus on the contributions of dogs to human life. In one of them, the ancestor of the Lahu was fed with the milk of a female dog (not unlike the she-wolf story of... Oct. 25, 2017
Readers' travel photography competition: September – the winners Portraiture is to the fore this month, with readers capturing some wonderfully candid moments everywhere from Swanage to Havana. Oct. 09, 2017
World’s largest photo contest announces this year’s amazing winners The largest photography contest in the world, the EyeEm Photography Awards, has just announced the winners of its 2017 edition. Oct. 03, 2017
When a Photographer Obsessing with Traveling: Interview with Syed Mehdi Bukhari It can say that diversity creates this world. And each diverse day inspires us to explore individual’s new world when waking up each morning; each place, on the other hand, attracts explorers to ... Sep. 05, 2017
Interview Revealing How the Cinematic Scene Created from Lucas Dragone The starting point of this project was violence against women from physical to sub-til psychological. The project is done in collaboration with Braseap-Cap Info asbl, a non-profit training center ... Aug. 25, 2017
Tibetan People's Prostrating On the roads to Lhasa, from time to time, travelers can see Buddhists prostrating (lying face down in adoration and devotion). They begin their journey from their home and keep on prostrating all the way... Aug. 14, 2017
Iran- a Mythical Place What will it look like? Why do I want to go there? Where do I intend to visit in the country? An intoxicating place like Iran might inspire a bunch of these questions before you decide to go. Fortunately, Iran will never disappoint you. Here’s the delicate description of several top places for your Iran trip. Jul. 31, 2017
Coming of Age: Forgotten Faces of a Greying Asia Over two and half years between 2009 and 2010, Singaporean photographic artist David Poey-Cher TAY traveled widely across Asia (including China, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Japan, Korea, Malaysia) with ... Jul. 19, 2017
Panono no more: 360-degree camera maker sold after 'amazing but also exhausting journey It's official: Panono, maker of an innovative 360-degree camera, is to be sold after only managing to deliver around 400 cameras to its backers. The company filed for bankrupcy in May, but in a letter to backers, co-founder Jonas Pfeil has confirmed that the sale of Panono's assets is expected to be finalized very soon. Jul. 05, 2017
The Ghost Hotel: Once Star Hotel Lost in the Bali Island As evident in his mysterious photos of abandoned Disneyland park, French photographer Romain Vellion knows how to capture places that being reclaimed by nature. This time, he is fresh off a vacation to ... Jun. 16, 2017
5 Most Beautiful, Little-known Tourist Attractions in China Hong village is not the only option to see the antique Hui style architecture. Stretched for ten miles, Chaji is a forgotten ancient dwelling with numerous old houses. The green hills and fields, the vine-ridden stone bridge and women who do the laundry by the river at the end of the ancient village construct a unique picture of the water village. Jun. 05, 2017
Photographers' Experience on the Frozen Beauty Victor Liu and some photographers had visited the Abraham Lake in Canada more than 20 times this year, because of being attracted by the magnificent beauty of nature and photographic scenery... May. 25, 2017
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