Pakistan's most storied city is at risk of losing its stories — but Farhan Shah is determined to prevent that from happening.
Pakistan's national film industry may have gone into decline, but painter Sarfraz Iqbal is still a consummate, busy professional.
A journalist's postcard series dedicated to her hometown aims to capture Pakistan's cultural hub "ravaged, whole and raw, as she is."
An ice vendor sits on his bicycle in front of a wall covered with political posters in Lahore, Pakistan on May 10, 2013. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images)
A successful two-day event in Pakistan's cultural capital leads to speculation that literary festivals just might be the country's "new soft power."
Pakistani-American multimedia journalist Nushmia Khan gets poignant images of a sometimes embattled religious minority.
Photographer Usman Malik captures a side of Pakistani culture that many urban English-speaking Pakistanis are unfamiliar with.
Multimedia journalist Nushmia Khan shares photos of everyday life in Pakistan.
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