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Unexploded ordnance

Demining Laos: ‘what my team do can save many people’s lives’

By: Janelle Retka - Photography by: Kimberly McCosker - September 24, 2018

For almost four years, Phouviengsavanh “Toui” Keosouphan, 39, has worked to clear Laos’ plague of unexploded ordnance (UXO). Laos has the distinction of being the most heavily bombed nation on the planet per capita, with 29,000 people killed and 21,000 injured by deadly leftover devices from the Vietnam War era. He works with Norwegian People’s

 
Nabil Rosman

The Malaysian youngster earning plaudits for stunning conceptual photography

By: Cristyn Lloyd - September 15, 2018

Nabil Rosman is a fresh-faced 18-year-old making a big impression on the Malaysian photography scene with his conceptual photos of life in Kuala Lumpur. Rosman won the under-21 category of the prestigious Hasselblad Masters international photography competition earlier this year, and he’s now showcasing his work for the first time at this month’s Kuala Lumpur