Being stuck in isolation due to the global pandemic can cause a lot of us to feel lost. When the end is unclear and tomorrow appears vague, we can learn to cope through photography. Photography can help us channel our creativity and emotions while keeping us productive in quarantine.
Bangkok, the city of parallels. In Thailand’s capital, we can find a seemingly busy metropolitan area full of skyscrapers adjacent to small shops along the alley and construction workers stained with mud. How can they coexist?
You are what you eat; thus, Koji Sakamoto was a tofu and is now a salad. This article talks about food being the medium to store stories, which he coined as “food memory” during the interview with Koji. Not only does food store memories, it also reflects the life of who eats it. Hence, choosing what to eat defines who you want to be.
An aspiring story about KAMP, a hostel and café in Okayama City, where people may find solace in. Based on an interview with the owner, the article tells a narrative about finding home far away from home.
Hiroshima is a city with a history, and it is not a pleasant one. Going to Hiroshima, one could not help but be submerged into the history that is part of every building, piece of scenery, and person in the city.