Abram Deyo becomes immersed in the underground music scene in Shanghai.The energy I felt was something I had never experienced, it hung thick in the air – I felt I was witnessing the start of something destined for the history books"
Thomas Baltes on the hundreds of migrants living on the outskirts of Calais, waiting to make the perilous journey to the UK. "They are harrassed by the police and treated like cattle by the authorities. I spent 10 days with them..."
Kurt Tong looks at contemporary Chinese funerary offerings as the living try to provide a good (after)-life for the dead. "As consumer culture takes over China, Joss products have become more and more outrageous. While this practice is officially banned in China, it has always been tolerated."