Weekly Photo Challenge: URBAN (Urban Dwellers)

This week’s challenge encourages us to “document urban living space and how people adapt their environment to certain needs and vice versa. Urban photography shots provide cultural, social, economical, and ecological context all at once, and can capture social tension.” – dailypost.wordpress.com

Through the following photos, I hope to show how urbanization in some parts of Asia shape the lifestyle of its dwellers, from transportation to cultural preservation. But even with rapid urban growth in many countries, there are still aspects of traditional life that harmoniously merge with economic development.

Urban traffic in Thailand

Urban rush in Cambodia

Urban traditions in Japan

Urban transportation in Vietnam

Urban population in India

Join the Weekly Photo Challenge and peak into the urban life in photos.

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