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A 48 Hours Bangladeshi Wedding!

A 48 Hours Bangladeshi Wedding!, photo essay by Shafkat Anowar, from Honolulu, United States. On the stage of a Bangladeshi home wedding in Hawaii. Speaking of ethnic cultures found in Hawaii people mostly highlight the ones frequently observed and celebrated.

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Life at Bazarhathnoor

People are scared to travel through rough and uneven terrains to reach nearby towns. There are no pathways either in many villages. Despite repeated appeals to the state government, the hardships of the villagers continue.

Photo exhibition

Skin Deep

Photographic exhibition: Andreas Fux, Pedro Slim, Karlheinz Weinberger. This skin, that holds the poetry to contain us, is not a blank page. Grain, color, thickness, reactivity, hairiness, scars, marks, it reflects the body and expresses the power of biology and time…

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Impact of nuclear radiation in Jadugoda

Jadugoda. The Dark Underbelly of Uranium Mining in India. A curse called uranium has poisoned generations and will continue to haunt all future generations too. After gathering such details regarding the place, I decided to visit the place to document the radiation affected people and their daily life.

Ethical question

The human fence

Do walls contribute to a sense of insecurity as much as they assuage fears and create a sense of security for those 'behind the line'? Exactly what kind of security is associated with border walls?

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Cinema in urban underbelly

Cinema in India gained popularity as a form of entertainment during the early twentieth century. Audience members response to the film may be effected by their own culture upbringing or personal experiences such as religion, city or political standing.

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Ganesh Chaturthi India

An aspiring photojournalist and documentary photographer. With a passion for visual storytelling and narrative journalism, I am interested in telling stories of human interest.

Photo book

Confine

A collective narrative about how the Italian city of Como and its railway station, on the border between Italy and Switzerland, became a refugee camp.