Photos by Diana Jue
A child watches a cricket game in one of Bangalore’s slum areas.
Shanghai’s explosive growth has fueled the rapid development of tall, architectural marvels.
A view of Villa 21, one of Buenos Aires’ villas miserias, or “neighborhoods of misery.”
Shanghai’s riverside, historical Bund area is lit up from new development.
Graffiti in Buenos Aires reads “Human rights were only violated in the past?”
Hutongs are streets in Beijing that are packed with communal-style housing developments. Though the space is limited, families usually have enough. Here, two hutong residents demonstrate exercises with Chinese yo-yos in their courtyard.
In Bangalore, vegetable stands line commercial streets and provide easy access to fresh produce.
Following the altercation we were greeted by the media outside the police station.
In Buenos Aires’ Chinese immigrant neighborhood, a woman sells “red tea with milk and pearls” and sticky rice.
Since I enjoyed Indian tea so much, I had to visit the beautiful tea plantations of Munnar during my journey.
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