After Glenda typhoon full affect of the metropolitan area of Manila, residents retake normality in the philippine city. There are a few images of the report that I shot there last July 2014.
As always in September, China is going back to school. During about two weeks, the Chinese universities campus look khaki and navy blue coloured. Students are instructed by the People’s Liberation Army of the Republic of China by means of a strict programme designed by the government.
Across a winding road and a long bus trip from Manila, there’s a journey through the southern half of Luzón island towards the province of La Cordillera. Among impressive mountains we find the tiny and timid community of Batad, which is home to one of the most ancient ethnic groups in Philippines, the Ifugao.
Shanghai is the most populous city in China with almost 24 million inhabitants, making it one of the most populated cities in the world. It occupies an area of almost 7,000 km².
Cosmopolitan and “star piece” of the fastest growing economy in the world, the pulse of the city does not rest or respite. The daily life of the inhabitants of this megalopolis is exhausting. Chronic fatigue. Endless trips between huge human masses that incredibly flowed through the streets, subways, underground, etc, without collapse.
Find a moment to take a breath and relax even for a while, it is vital to survive in this environment. And as Xin Jin Ping´s government says, “continue building the Chinese dream”.
zhōngwǔ xiuxi ma? / 中午 休息 吗? , whose translation is “have you had a nap today?”, is one of the terms used in China to say good afternoon.