Maybe it’s with the Queen of England. Maybe it’s simply with your dog. Maybe it’s by yourself. Or maybe it’s with friends in a bizarre location.
Cities are in a constant state of transition. But it’s not just knocking down buildings that changes them — for these city artists, it’s as simple as shifting one’s perspective. Words by Ed Weinberg
Although its 1930s halcyon days are a distant past, a jazz scene is returning to Hanoi, with both students and professionals playing the sounds of Dixieland. Words by Katie Jacobs. Photos by David Harris
In the oldest pagoda in Siem Reap, the monks are bridging a gap between tradition and the modern world. Photos by Dominic Stafford
Four mostly-expat groups are releasing EPs later in the month, and they don’t know how much of the world is watching. Words by Ed Weinberg, photos by Kyle Phanroy and Ed Weinberg and Francis Xavier
The fine line between urban renewal and gentrification is a constant subject of debate, as our cities move forward into the 21st century. Here we look at two options — embrace the past by fitting the modern city alongside it, or erase it to make way. Words by Seamus Butler.
Additional reporting by Nick Ross. Photos by Kyle Phanroy and Nick Ross
The fishing joints in Saigon are a disappointment, right? As Mark Allan discovers, come prepared and they’re anything but. Photos by Kyle Phanroy