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The caged humans: Heartbreaking photos show mentally ill people who are locked away by their families For the past 10 years, photographer Xiang Xinping has been using photography to illustrate his experience with mentally ill people, referring to it as a form of "documentary photography". May. 15, 2019
How Tang Yun Takes Beautiful Flower Photos A woman's love for flowers must have been engraved in our genes. May. 09, 2019
Ashayer: Photographic Epic about Normads in Persian There are always individuals who both love photographing and traveling. French photographer Kares Le Roy is one of those them and published a stunning book entitled Ashayer: Nomads in Persian. Mar. 18, 2019
56,000 Kilometers: Two-Year Journey Documenting Forgotten Faces of Asian Culture and Life Few years ago, French photographer Kares Le Roy​ travelled to barely known regions in Asia across five chapters: South-Eastern Asia, South Asia, North Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East, capturing and apprehending ... Mar. 01, 2019
Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards 2019 KLPA are proud to announce the Call for Entries to the 11th instalment of Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards 2019 for Portrait Photography. Feb. 03, 2019
The Dry Guillotine: What the Previous 'Prison of Prison' Island Looks Like Now This passion for the Saint-Joseph Island's history (previous article) came first when Romain Veillon read "Papillon" which introduced him to the universe of the penal colony and to the extraordinary adventures ... Jan. 24, 2019
Faded Dream: Once Famous Amusement Park Became Sleeping Beauty There must be something means a lot to a person - it maybe a mug cup given by a friend, a musical box remembered a history or a place carried a memory. The Nara Dreamland is the dreaming place to explore ... Jan. 08, 2019
China Chengdu International Photography Exhibition of Disabled Persons Call for Entries (For Overseas) China Chengdu International Photography Exhibition of Disabled Persons Nov. 21, 2018
Taylor Park Boxing Gym: Witnessing Strong Growth While shooting sports photography in Robert Taylor Boxing Gym on the Southside of Chicago, I formed a ... Nov. 19, 2018
This Island Earth: Icelandic Nature in Contemporary Photographic Art - Video Interview of Hallgerður Hallgrímsdóttir Around six thousands miles away from China, Iceland has always been considered as a mysterious and fairytale Nordic country for Asia people. Fortunately, this time at the 2018 PIP Festival, we welcomed some excellent ... Oct. 24, 2018
Calm Water: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography - Video Interview of Naoya Yoshikawa at PIP Festival This time, we will introduce another curatorial exhibition at the 2018 Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP Festival). Named "Calm water", the exhibition presented originally photographic ... Oct. 22, 2018
Invitational Exhibition: “From Chang'an to Rome -- China-Italy College Photography Invitational Exhibition” Ⅱ Chang'an is one of the typical representatives of Chinese culture, and Rome is also an irreplaceable civilization highlands in the western world. Chang'an is "magnificent" and "majestic", and Rome is... Oct. 19, 2018
Artist Making The Invisibles Possible To Be Visible Through Claymation When the Colombian photographer, Edgar Alvarez, moved to Los Angeles he was stuck by a strange phenomenon. Walking around a city where everyone drives a car, he saw what many failed to notice because they remain so ... Oct. 19, 2018
Blue Tear: One of the Ocean Wonders in the World As one of the world wonders referred by CNN, the "Blue Tear" sparkles on the ocean in Matzu, an outer island of Taiwan, on every turn of spring and summer season. The eerie blue mild emitted by a special ... Aug. 03, 2018
Strolling through Tunisia As the mercury soars and the beach resorts fill up along the coasts of the Mediterranean, there’s one place where you can still stake out your own patch of shoreline far from the crowds, wander through Roman ruins all by yourself and visit the sands of the Sahara and the sands of the beach in the same day. Jul. 17, 2018
Seven Wonders: Machu Picchu Imagine yourself at Machu Picchu, perched on a mountain ridge 2,350 meters (7,710 feet) above sea level, surrounded by jungle and clouds of mist. With its dramatic history, amazing stone architecture, and majestic natural setting, the Inca citadel is an enduring highlight of a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Peru. Jul. 10, 2018
Secret Garden  Flowers are available for viewing year-round in the park’s 92,000 square-meter area. One of the park’s particularly big draws is its wisteria flowers. The park holds over 350 wisteria trees, and it is Japan’s largest collection of wisterias. Jul. 10, 2018
Monba Custom of Giving Names Names are important to Monba people. According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, people choose names with an auspicious meaning for children. In Tibet there are two main ways of giving children names. One way is... Jul. 09, 2018
Power of ballet program to one of Africa’s biggest slums Fredrik Lerneryd spent the last year and a half photographing a group of ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya, one of the largest urban slums in Africa.  Jul. 03, 2018
Soccer Fields Around the World One of the most appealing aspects of soccer is its simplicity --- a ball, some open space, goal markers, and you can play. As the 2018 World Cup reaches the round of 16 in Russia, with matches held in massive modern ... Jun. 29, 2018
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