August / September 2019
Where nostalgia, history and fame rub shoulders
This article has been published in the August-September issue
People around the world should be concerned. When the record heat wave hit Europe in July, Greenland’s ice began to melt faster. Climate change has been attributed to the loss of 197 billion tones to the country’s ice sheet, which is enough to cause sea levels to rise by 0.5 millimetre, or 2.02 inches.
At one point, we have all contemplated the “big questions” such as, “what is the meaning of life?” or “what is my purpose in my life?”
With the emergence of technology and an increasing role for artificial intelligence (AI), many feel they’re at risk of becoming less human due to the rise of machines working on auto. But for Vivien Zhang, a Chinese-born award-winning artist, it’s an exciting and intriguing time.
by Dominic Faulder
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The hard angles and personal journey of Myanmar photographer Yu Yu Myint Thant