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Young Buddhist novices play in Hsinbyume Pagoda, Myanmar. Photograph by Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez. (Smithsonian.com)

18 Stunning Photos of Asia from Smithsonian.com's 2014 Photo Contest

From the Hsinbyume Pagoda in Myanmar to rice fields near China’s Yulong River, see Asia from a new frame of reference. more

National Geographic Photographer Explores Asia’s Endangered Animals

Photographer Joel Sartore offers an engaging glimpse into his travels around Asia and the world to document endangered animal species. more
'Crossing the Beautiful Bridge.' Tiu Kelep Waterfall is located in Mount Rinjani National Park. ©Ismail Abdul Mutalib, Indonesia, Shortlist, Travel, Open, 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.

Photos: See Asia Through the Lenses of the World's Leading Photographers

Take a photographic tour of Asia, featuring images from the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. more
Rally for Aung San Suu Kyi in Pathein, 2012. (Geoffrey Hiller)

Interview: Photographer Documents Hopes and Concerns of a Myanmar in Transition

Geoffrey Hiller has been documenting the people of Myanmar since 1987, capturing a nation gradually re-opening to the world. more
Joel Sartore

National Geographic Photographer Explores Asia’s Endangered Animals

Photographer Joel Sartore offers an engaging glimpse into his travels around Asia and the world to document endangered animal species. more
Alejandro Chaoul

Meditation: Medicine of the Mind

Dr. Alejandro Chaoul discusses the benefits of mind-body healing and leads guests on a brief guided meditation. more
(soojisoojisooji/Instagram)

Slideshow: Interactive Nam June Paik Installation Lets Museum Visitors Shoot and Share

Enjoy a gallery of trippy Instagram images from Asia Society Museum's "Three-Camera Participation/Participation TV," part of the exhibition "Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot." more
COAL+ICE
A documentary photography exhibition, visually narrating the hidden chain of actions triggered by mankind’s use of coal. more

Climate Change: A Case of Boiling Frog Syndrome?

Photographer and mountaineer David Breashears describes how he finally became aware of the effects of climate change in the Himalaya. more

Climate Change at High Altitudes (Complete)

Photographers Ian Teh and David Breashears present their images from the frontiers of global warming in a discussion with Orville Schell. more