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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Photos by Diana Jue


This is one example of office space built for IT companies, both international and domestic.



New luxury condominiums being built at the fringes of the city serve as homes for Bangalore’s IT workers.



My host family and I spent an evening playing with a digital camera and projecting photos on our television. Shown here, my host sister is dressed in Western clothing.



Little fabric shops like these line commercial streets in Bangalore, but they are being replaced by large malls that sell Western clothing.



A view of the Casa Rosada and the black fence that divides La Plaza de Mayo, where mothers and grandmothers marched to protest against the government.



All of the universities that I visited had some version of a giant Chairman Mao statue. This one is at Fudan University in Shanghai.



A factory worker studies proofs inside a retaken factory in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Chilavert.


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