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· February, 2011

Stories about Photography from February, 2011

South Korea:Protest Against Foreign Finance's Encroachment

Bangladesh: A Much Awaited Victory

South Korea: Photos of Protest in Seoul

South Korea: Taxi Drivers Protesting Against High Gasoline Price

Africa: Africa Visual Media Blog

North Korea: Kim Jung-un Holding a Pair of Binoculars Upside down

South Korea: Dead livestock draws a flocks of vultures

Bangladesh: Dhaka On Valentine's Day

South Korea: Blood exuding from the ground where culled animals are buried.

Ukraine: Netizens Criticize Chaotic Construction in the Nation’s Capital

Tetyana Bohdanova reviews online and offline debates and initiatives inspired by the chaotic construction in Kyiv’s historical center.

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Of Beauty & Bottoms

Sri Lanka: Floods Causing Havoc In Badulla

Japan: Giving a face to the Egyptian voices

Bangladesh: Dhaka During The Hartal Hours

Jordan: Proud to be an Arab

Bangladesh: Chobi Mela – Challenging The Western Hegemony In Photography

Chobi Mela (Photo fair) is a biennial international festival of photography being held in Bangladesh since 2000. This festival showcases the work of Bangladeshi artistes alongside the most exciting works...

Sri Lanka: Colombo Fashion Week 2011

Belarus, Ukraine: Photographer Blogs About Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Bhutan By Bhutanese

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