FOR THOSE WHO DIED TRYING
SOUTH ASIA'S AFRICAN DIASPORA
THREE DECADES OF AN ANTI-DAM STRUGGLE
ONE LAST STAND
PAKISTAN'S SALT MINES
A VILLAGE UNDER SIEGE
THAILAND'S ILLEGAL DOG MEAT TRADE
THAILAND'S FOREST RANGERS
SOUTHEAST ASIA'S DENGUE EPIDEMIC
WHAT LIES BELOW SHOULD STAY BELOW
A DAMAGED DELTA
WOMEN HRD'S IN THAILAND
EMPTYING THE SEAS
A salt maker walks across a terrace on the Inca made Salinas de Maras in Peru.
Maria Jasintha, 45, a member of the Afro-Sri Lankan community cooks in the kitchen of her house in Sirambadiya village. Her community is part of just 300 descendants of African slaves who were brought to Sri Lanka by successions of colonial powers as part of a little know eastern salve trade.
Puttalam - Sri Lanka
Two elderly women, one with a walking stick, navigate a busy road in an attempt to get a taxi in Central Mumbai, India.
Trawler fishermen unload their catch at dawn at Phukets main fishing harbour. Thailand.
A man who's land was flooded by a dam constructed nearby stands in what was previously farmland. Si Saket, Thailand.
A premature baby receives UV treatment to treat his jaundice at the Mae Pa Health Clinic. Located inside Thailand on the Thai-Myanmar border and part of the Shoklo Malaria Research Unit the clinic offers free pre and post natal health care for remote communities living within Myanmar's Karen State who are unable to access adequate health care.
Mae Sot - Thailand
A Muslim man (not wanting to be identified) who was the victim of arbitrary detention and allegedly tortured. Pattani, Thailand.
A young Sidi boy stands watching the annual celebration called Urs worshipping the Sufi saint Bava Gor. Held once a year Urs is the most important celebration to Gujarati Sidi's. Bedi, India.
A monkey recently killed with a poisoned dart is divided up between all the family members of this small clan. Pattalung, Thailand.
Thai workers pull tuna into nets in the hold, where the temperature is minus 22 degrees Celsius. The large ship is docked just outside Bangkok and will spend one week unloading hundres of tonnes of tuna. Each frozen skipjack carcass weighs about 40 kilograms (88 pounds); one ton of skipjack fetches about $1,600 on the wholesale market.
A remote twisty road winds its way through the green hills as rain approaches in the little known Republic of Dagestan, Russia.
An area of heavily contaminated farmland polluted with unknown chemicals after a nearby recycling factory's storage tank broke. Rayong, Thailand.
Trucks ready to transport the pink rock salt at the Warcha salt mine in Pakistan.
An old lady takes off her shoes exposing her tiny bound 'lotus' foot. In a remote part of the province several villages still have the last remaining women who still have bound feet. Now very old, they are the last reminder of this ancient Chinese traditional. Yunnan Province, China.
Anti-recycling plant protestors talk to passersby of the dangers of having such a factory next to their farmland. Chonburi, Thailand.
A whale shark is killed with a spear by Indonesia's last whale hunters. Lembata, Indonesia
Clothes are hung to dry in Dhobi Ghats which everyday washes, rinses, dry's and irons thousands of pieces of clothes for people living in Mumbai, India.
A women tidies the grave of her husband who was shot-dead by a gunman in the early 1990's during an on-going struggle against a stone mine. Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand.
40,000 monks pray during the celebrations of Makha Bucha, a Buddhist holy day, at the Dhammakaya Temple. Bangkok, Thailand
Janya Ruangthong, 36, originally from neighbouring Krabi province prays in her house. Her family is one of five Muslim familes living in Klong Sai Pattana. Surwat Thani, Thailand.
A Tibetan pilgrim wears a pendant of the Dalai Lama during a pilgrimage to a remote sacred mountain. Yunnan Province, China.
A sacred burial ground of the Wa.The Wa were traditionally a warrior tribe of head hunters who placed the heads of their victims on spikes throughout their territory to scare their enemies. Having ceased head hunting several decades ago, their practise changed to worshipping ox skulls which every year is celebrated by the sacrifice of an ox, the skull of which is hung in this sacred burial ground. Ximeng, China.
Maniq children play in the trees at one of their temporary settlements. Satun, Thailand.
Anti-mining protestors pay tribute to the 4 villagers who have been killed in this prolonged struggle. Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand.
Men from Qatar who practise the art of falconry sit with their birds in the economy section of the plane after flying from Azerbaijan to Qatar.
Police and environmental officials inspect an area of land that a recycling plant located nearby has allegedly polluted. Chachoegnsao, Thailand.
Rice farmers in the village of na Nong Bong harvest rice. One of the complaints by the villages was that the gold mine was responsible for poisoning certain rice fields and water sources due to waste run-off that is full of contaminants such as arsenic and cyanide. Na Nong Bong, Loei.
A man collects sea water at dawn to spray on to his salt fields in the Northeast of Bali Island in Indonesia.
Thai boy scouts join in an anti-recycling factory protest. Rayong, Thailand.
Can Tho city, on the H?u River, the biggest branch of the Mekong River in the Mekong Delta, is the daily Cai Rang floating market. Beginning before dawn the market is the largest and main wholesale fruit and wegetable market in the region.Can Tho, Vietnam.
After a party, young Dagestani men visit a hot springs in the middle of no-where which has a flammable fountain of water. Dagestan, Russia
At an Independence Day celebration a Sidi dance troupe gets ready to perform. Renowned for their unique dance and music owing to their African roots, this Sidi group is very popular and are hired to plan dance and sing at events ranging from weddings to government holiday events. Uttara Kanada, India
A trawler fising boat captain steers his boat at sea at dawn. Rayong, Thailand.
A fisherman catches fishing using a traditional bamboo fish trap. Si Saket, Thailand.
Burmese fishermen working all night on a Thai trawler boat off the coast of Phuket. Thailand is the third largest exporter of fish in the world after China and the US. Its fishing fleet is vast, but years of unregulated trawling has causes incredible damage to fish stocks. Most fishing is done at night when tralwers, varying in size, leave for the darkness of the sea returning in the morning with their catch that in many cases has more than halved in recent years. Phuket, Thailand.
A girl grinds salt with her feet in one of the salt pans of Lake Katwe in Western Uganda.
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