Mornings in Malacca

From old men leafing through newspapers to children running errands, mornings in Malacca radiate a timeless charm   Photos by Robert Lie   In Malacca, once considered among...

Tiger Tiger, Burning Bright

The Bengal tiger was feared by Indian villagers for its man-eating reputation, but behind this ferocious predator is an astounding capacity for love

A World Away

Hidden in the mountains, China’s largest minority group struggle to maintain their ways of life. 

Soft and Savage

Owls - the fluffy but fierce residents of Malaysia's forests - are victims of the illegal wildlife trade. Text: Rachel Genevieve Chia   Malaysia-based Mauritian photographer Shamma Esoof speaks to...

The Daily Grind

Before rice gets processed, it must be dried. And while machines reign in today’s mills, one village in Bengal still does the job by hand

Overpopulation in Pictures

What does the effect of over 7 billion people do to our blue and green planet?

Silk Road Expedition to China

In June 2017, 15 explorers embarked on the trip of a lifetime, tracing the history of the Silk Road in China – the first in a series of three Asian Geographic Expeditions in 2017. The travellers share their experience through images in this exclusive online gallery

The Clothes On Their Backs

Mohammad Rakibul Hasan photographs the 'lucky ones' – Rohingya that made it to safety and are starting from nothing