RE-IMAGINING ISLAM THROUGH RAMADAN
An immersive account of the holy month of Ramadan, in Kota Bharu, Malaysia.
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Artist feature: Blake Dunlop
"... Blake has been quietly cultivating a lifestyle in which his benevolent perverseness is allowed to prosper. Now he’s Blake Dunlop, master of his own weird domain."
An island to Oneself
"... Islands are places of escape and exile, solitude and isolation: they can be time capsules for culture and tradition, sites of eccentric evolution, or just beautiful paradises for daydreamers."
A New Wave: Surf and Sustainability on Aceh’s Simeulue
"Aceh — the province that sits atop the infamous Indonesian island of Sumatra — entered the imaginations of most of the world following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. After that devastating wave of destruction, another wave soon followed: that of international aid, money, and attention. Hundreds of organisations and thousands of international staff modified Aceh’s human landscape as the massive post-disaster recovery program lurched into action.
A decade later, when this human tide receded, Aceh was a different place: homes and infrastructure had been rebuilt and people resettled. Aceh’s political defiance against central government had shifted from a civil war to a tense political jostle, leaving the lines of authority blurry and the climate for business and investment a risky one. This altered landscape presented challenging new opportunities for enterprising locals and the few foreigners that stayed on after the mass-humanitarian contingent, and their money, left."
Motorbiking High: The Bolaven Plateau
"We hear Tad Alang long before we see it. Through dampened foliage, we see its symmetrical curtain, heavy and wide, plunging off a 30 metre, overhanging cliff. Around the falls are a cordon of banana palms, patches of pink orchids, drenched ferns, and rainbows thick and vivid. We’re in our raincoats, being bullied by the waterfall’s affronting wind and mist."