February / March 2019
Timeless images from around the region
THEATRE OF DREAMS
December 2018 / January 2019
Paul Lukin is a Croatian-born documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Bangkok, Thailand.
FEMALE FIGHT CLUB
August / September 2018
As exposure, incentives and opportunities increase, more women and girls, especially upcountry, are testing themselves in the muay thai ring
Songkran In Luang Prabang
April / May 2018
Splashing, spirituality and togetherness mark the turn of the Laotian year
BUILDING ON THE PAST
February / March 2018
To curry favour with the Muslim majority Uyghurs living in the resource-rich Xinjiang region in China, the central government remodelled Kashgar’s old
Rohingya:The World's Least Wanted.
December 2017 / January 2018
Ethnic tensions have run high in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, peaking with an explosion of violence in 2012 that contributed to the ongoing displacement and repression of its stateless Muslim minority
NORTH KORED INSIDE LOOKING OUT
October / November 2017
Most Western photo essays see Pyongyang from an outside perspective – but how do its citizens view America?
BEIJING: AWAKENING THE DRAGON
August / September 2017
China's modern capital shows off a fascinating and rich history.
COLOURS OF XINJIANG
A photographic journey through the fascinating and diverse Uighur autonomous region in northwest China, once part of the northern Silk Road
SEDUCTIONS OF SRI LANKA
February / March 2017
The island nation with an exciting mix of culture, nature, wildlife and great tea
December 2016 / January 2017
As the photogenic country modernizes, ancient cultures and traditions prevail, making it a fascinating place to visit and capture
October / November 2016
A rare journey shows the hidden sides of the North Korean capital
Despite several recent terror attacks, Paris remains strong, diverse and one of the most compelling cities in the world.
FOCUS ON THE PHILIPPINES
June / July 2016
The republic of 7,640 islands and 100 million people spans global and indigenous influences to make its urban centres truly unique.
HISTORICAL PARKS IN THAILAND
April / May 2016
Managed by the Fine Arts Department of the Ministry of Education, the Kingdom’s 10 parks are a visual and cultural dream, with four of them registered by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.