AsiaConceptThe Wordless Memorials by Yulong Zhou

Dodho Magazine 2 days ago 6 min 709
You will find that in today's China, everyone is looking for a kind of existence, their own existence, and a way of being compatible with the world in this fragmentation and powerlessness.

AsiaConceptDay and night by Chen Ronghui

Dodho Magazine 5 days ago 11 min 1029
"Day and night" is a story about a group of young people doing utopian experiments in the city. These young people are students who have just graduated from college, and they don't want to experience the modern life of the town too early

AsiaB&WConceptWaterscape by Hengki Koentjoro

Dodho Magazine 1 week ago 11 min 1513
Captured in its various countenances, water poses in these series as an enchanting backdrop to the centre stage figures. It roars through the gaps among a group of stoical rocks and it dances around a water temple creating a mystical mist. The combination of the static and the dynamic elements forms a composition with strength of presence that sends the rest of the world fading into the background.  About Hengki Koentjoro Hengki Koentjoro is an...

AsiaStoryAnamika Chowdhury – The river’s pollution

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 10 min 1831
To save a river from the clutches of pollution to make our city a better living place and prioritizing the health of surrounding inhabitant immediate attention and initiatives must be taken by responsible people.

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