China Daily on ziboy.coma nice article on Wen Ling, and the power of international observations through photoblogging... sharing lives from abroad. via lightningfield, who's also mentioned.
drinking in japan (from new years) by yamasaki ko-ji.
India's lost daughters: Abortion toll in millions
From IHT: In the two decades since ultrasound equipment, which allows prenatal determination of sex, became widely available, the number of girls born in India has declined steeply, despite a law banning doctors from disclosing the sex of a fetus to parents.
lost in translation with satan's laundromat.
interesting and unusual photoblogging.
:: pocket mirror
blurry goodness in japan.
:: nomad summer camp, parting gift
there's just nothing more to say about Raul's stunning photographs. to do them justice, you sort of just have to let the photos speak for themselves.
:: tag: wrinkles
lovely, lovely wrinkles, including these by liyin.
:: mao museum, chengdu, china
a museum i'd like to visit myself, and a great last line on the set...
:: men of business
from another time. one more in xinjiang from raul.
:: primary school
children in colorful khotan, by raul.
:: travel portraits
a vibrant flickr set from phitar.
noir in japan from yamasaki ko-ji at uwaa.org.
:: historical hair cut
a.y. barbershop in hong kong, a photo essay by keith (at unrelated news).
:: hong kong at night
overshadowed HK launches the first in a foggy, illuminated series from overseas.
:: a man and his sheep
the mexican on flickr: ...about an hour out of Hotan... the man had the saddest eyes. I just managed one snap before he went away.
a flickr set from whileseated, via hchamp.
:: architecture of density
a collection of photographs in hong kong by michael wolf. showing on geary in SF until february 26.
:: from the back streets of kathmandu
and more... street and country photos from nepal and other places, from Terra.