Creator: Ashley J. Tellis, Friedrich Wu, George F. Russell (Jr), Mark Steven Johnson, Michael A. McDevitt, Nick Eberstadt, Richard Baum, Rick Larsen, Zachary Abuza, Justin D. Odum, Mark Kirk, National Bureau of Asian Research (U.S.), Yoshihide Soeya, Erica Johnson, James E. Auer | Burma - 2004
Mar 02, 2011 from eslaugh(chou chou) in World News
China's rise is no longer just about China -- and over the past year, journalists Heriberto Araújo and Juan Pablo Cardenal, working with a team of photographers, have collected images documenting Beijing's worldwide influence in 24 countries, from logging camps in Mozambique to gold mines in Burma.
Gregs photojournalistic style of portraiture developed from shooting news features in such trouble spots as Burma, Chechnya and Sierra Leone in the 1990s. He also worked on indepth photo essays that tackled such issues as CJD the human strain of Ma
Book Review/Tour: Borneo Tom by Tom McLaughlin
Each page of his book is an essay in itself, with accompanying full page sketches of Tom and the scenery.
I enjoyed reading about Tom's travels throughout southeast Asia and his lively observations about the places, people, and the wildlife of several countries - Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Burma, and Malaysia - plus his trip to Chengdu, China to...
Often the headlines reinforce the sense that these imposing issues/concerns are building and that the mere idea of an optimistic vision or point of view seems naïve and misplaced. One needs only to reflect on the past few months and years and it will quickly be evident just how challenging the recent past has been....