Wilson Tang’s reimagined Nom Wah Tea Parlor stays relevant by pushing boundaries while honoring tradition.
An ancient warrior tribe once gave its men tattoos in exchange for enemy heads. These photos reveal the last of these once-fearsome warriors.
From permanent jewellery for people who couldn’t afford it to markers of social status, the India Ink Archive is documenting the country’s rich history of indigenous tattoo traditions.
“Over centuries, a lack of contact with the outside has certainly strengthened the island's identity, and attachment to its roots.”
In South African Zulu culture, a "pure" woman deserves an expensive party.
The “Ting Mong” scarecrows are not just for birds, but spirits and ghosts too.
According to one social worker “COVID-19 has provided a perfect breeding ground for this social evil to flourish.”
People turn to the supernatural when medical sciences fail them.
In a country where floods and droughts are occurring at the same time, The Red Saree Brigade wants to draw attention to a problem that most Indians still don’t see as part of the global crisis.
It was once a common practice for employees to bond with their bosses in karaoke bars after work.
Homosexuality is not a crime in the country but conversion therapy and persecution are rampant.