Holy festival is celebrated every year in India and Nepal. Here in Mathura, the birth town of Lord Krishna, colorful energetic powder spray is everywhere.
The Miao people are an ethnic tribe centered in southern China. On special occasions, women wear silver crowns with horns as a respect to the precious buffalo.
Every year, thousands of Buddhist pilgrims trickle in from across the countryside of Bagan Myanmar to attend Ananda Pagoda Festival. Barefoot monks, young and old, line up in long queues to receive alms.
It is obligatory for every Burmese boy to become a novice Buddhist at least once in his lifetime. The thousands of temples spread across the plains of Bagan provide the holy atmosphere for that rite of passage.
The tradition of tattooing the faces of Myanmar’s Chin State was to protect them. Known for their beauty, the women were prone to be kidnapped by the king’s mercenary.
Walking up the streets of Havana, one can feel a special vibe. Kids playing soccer on the streets beside samba bands create the city’s beat.
Geisha is a traditional Japanese entertainer specialized in singing dancing and playing ethnic string instruments. Although it rare to encounter them in Tokyo, I was lucky to photograph them.
Cormorant fishing is a traditional technique where fishermen use trained birds to fish. Here in the Li river of Guilin, China very few fishermen are left to demonstrate this heritage.