A boy examines the day’s catch at the Crab Market in Kep, Cambodia
During the day, Siv drives a tuk tuk in Siem Reap. In the evenings, he teaches free English classes to over 200 children in his community. He plans to continue doing this for the rest of his life.
Students in Siv’s class look on as the sun sets over their rooftop classroom
Though this grandpa broke his leg more than a decade ago from falling out of a palm tree, today he is his community’s model farmer in rural Kampong Speu province, Cambodia
Traditional Khmer rice noodles (num banh chok) are a staple for Cambodia people. Many are still made in small family-run workshops like this one.
Children playing in front of Thommanon Temple in Siem Reap
Teams wait on shore during the annual New Year’s boat races on Kep Beach, Cambodia
Streets of Phnom Penh on a rainy night during monsoon season
Kep Beach, Cambodia
China’s relaxation of the one-child policy has spurred fewer births than expected, as the cost of raising children in large cities remains high and young professionals grow increasingly fond of more independent lifestyles.
A fisherman tries his luck in the Dong River in Jishou city, Hunan province, China
China’s fast-growing food delivery service ensures customers are fed, rain or shine
The heat and humidity of summer in Hunan province, China necessitates the curing and preservation of meat
At the intersection of two rivers in Hunan province, China sits Rebala, an ancient village where 95% of the population identifies as part of the Tujia ethnic minority. The face of this small rural community is changing, as the local government has invested money to turn the area into an eco-tourism site.
Two young men sit on the bridge over Dong River in Jishou city, Hunan province, China, with a characteristic Chinese Shirt Roll (also known as Bang Ye)
Blowing candy figurines is a traditional attraction at many Chinese New Year markets
Quilotoa caldera, Ecuador
Vintage cars in Cuba remain a popular attraction for tourists. As a result of the embargo, Cubans have had to used their creativity and ingenuity to keep these cars running on the road.
A family shares the view of the city from the top of El Panecillo in Quito, Ecuador
“Suppers” is a community nutrition and health program based in Princeton, New Jersey that aims to guide people on paths to healthier living by teaching them how to cook and by providing a non-judgmental support system
At the biannual Princeton Disability Awareness carnival, student volunteers spend a day with disabled children from around the Princeton community
Sharon Washington, actress and playwright, discusses her play “Feeding the Dragon” about her experience growing up in a branch of the New York City Public Library
Heavy snowfall during March 2018 ravages the campus of Princeton University, New Jersey
Within the bowels of the New York City Transit system, a subway tunnel that has been left unfinished for decades