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Asia – China
Hexie HaoHexie Hao, literally harmony, is the graphic story of a journey across China to the soundtrack of the constant, crazy rhythm of eponymous trains. By the window, daydreaming for hours, I saw the miles of countryside rolling by, speckled by thousands of inhabited blocks.— JlFeixa.
Asia – Cross-Continent
A Seven-Month Trip Across AsiaBack from my seven-month Asia adventure. Haven’t got much to unpack: I travelled with one small backpack that can fit on a plane as a carryon. I didn’t limit my packing space to follow a minimalist fad or to make a statement. I did it so that I would not have to pay the baggage fees and wait like a peasant around the airports’ luggage carousels.— nahogan.
Asia – Indonesia
Lombok, IndonesiaLombok is an island east of Bali, a part of Indonesia’s West Nusa Tenggara province. Lombok’s unspoiled landscape and preservationist traditions set it well apart from the touristy beach towns of its western neighbour. Lombok’s Sade Village people pride themselves in their freedom from the technological gadgetry most of the world can’t seem to live without.— Iman Alfarizi.
Asia – Indonesia
The FloodEarly in 2020, Jakarta was hit by a big flood. On January 3rd, I visited Bekasi, a neighbourhood on the eastern border of the city that was heavily affected. The road was crowded. The vehicle delivering the aid had trouble getting through. Garbage trucks and residents’ cars parked on the sides added to the traffic congestion.— andry dilindra.
Asia – Iran
The Changing Face of Young IranIn 2019, I spent four weeks travelling through the fascinating country that is Iran. I shot over 30 rolls of black and white 35mm film, documenting Iranian people’s everyday lives. The result is a collection titled “Analog Iran. ”This particular short series reflects the changing face of young Iran.— Ali MC.
Asia — Cambodia
With La Sardinia, a Bag of Candy, and a Handful of WeedWFor five years, until mid-2018 I either travelled or lived in Asia. With an exception of a nine-month startup experiment in San Francisco, I’ve spent all of that time with my girlfriend (now, wife) Betty. Backpacking. After selling and tossing five cubic feet of things we didn’t really need from our former Toronto apartment, Betty and I moved to China.— Dmitri and Betty.
Asia — Japan
A Visit to TsukijiThis August, before visiting the legendary seafood auction I went to Tokyo Camera Fair. I always wanted to immerse myself in the incredible abundance of analogue cameras it’s famous for. Rows of rangefinders, SLRs and other mysterious types, brands and models that’s never been seen in Europe. Many in mint condition. Some still in a box. A pure analogue heaven!— Ermanno Fissore.
Asia — Malaysia
Sang KancilKancil (an adorable mouse-deer) is a prominent character in Malaysian folklore. The animal is imagined as a tiny, clever creature capable of finding its way in the vast jungles of Southeast Asia. An inspiration to those who may feel small the name has also been adopted by a local manufacturer for a small city car which, undoubtedly, faced competition from larger international brands.— Adrian .
Asia — Myanmar
Yangon and Nyang ShweIt’s been over three years since Betty and I gave up our apartment in Toronto and began travelling across Asia. So far, we’ve seen eleven countries. Vietnam was one of our favourites — spent around three months there. China is where some of Betty’s relatives live; we travelled around the western part of it for about six months.— Dmitri and Betty.
Asia — South Korea
N-Po GenerationDigital natives, millennials, or the N-po generation in South Korea aren’t as comfortable with modern gadgetry as one may think. We like old stuff and wistfully wonder about the days before the internet-enabled toasters. Some say we’re pretentious. And we may look the part with our baggy pants, plaid shirts, and film cameras.— Sa-eh Kim.