A new exhibition brings together the work of three photographers to cover the history and geography of China from the 1940s to the early 2000s.
In the UK, Hongkongers are continuing to stand in solidarity with the pro-democracy movement.
In an attempt to better understand his own heritage, photographer Thomas Holton set out to document a single family‘s life in a nuanced portrayal of the Asian-American immigrant experience.
The residents of a place often left out of Silicon Valley narratives are building their own high-tech future.
Evans Chan’s new documentary sees him recording recent action in Hong Kong, before posing the question: what comes next?
Striking posters – taken from the 1920s to the present day – chart the country’s emergence as an economic powerhouse.
Upper Mustang is one of the most preserved regions in the world. However, in recent years, the threat of globalisation has been unavoidable.
The Chinese Cuban population of today is ageing and diminished. However, the community that remains are dedicated to preserving their own unique history.
In a new collaboration, photographers Xiaoxiao Xu and Marco van Duyvendijk set out to reveal the unseen side of sex doll workshops.
In a shocking new series, photographer Kai Löffelbein reveals the effects of illegal e-waste dumping.
A new book from film critic and historian Paul Kendel Fonoroff tells the story of Chinese film through an archive of historic magazines.
Despite the city’s darkening political climate, its youth have found a space of freedom and resistance in Hidden Agenda – a local punk venue on the brink of extinction.