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  • An Asian man playing around with a soccer ball.

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    At Any Age

    You don't have to be young to play soccer.

    OnAsia.com

  • Villagers in a remote region of Bangladesh reach up for food being dropped from a helicopter bringing food and emergency supplies to those in need. Thousands of people and cattle were killed and crops and houses destroyed as the result of one of the biggest cyclones to hit Bangladesh in recent decades.Villagers in a remote region of Bangladesh reach up for food being dropped from a helicopter bringing food and emergency supplies to those in need. Thousands of people and cattle were killed and crops and houses destroyed as the result of one of the biggest cyclones to hit Bangladesh in recent decades.

    Bangladesh Cyclone

    In April 1991 a massive cyclone smashed into the coast of Bangladesh, killing tens of thousands of people. It destroyed homes, farmland and pretty much everything in its path. Those that made it to the few cyclone shelters survived.

    Peter Charlesworth

  • Actors on stage during a performance of Chinese Opera in Bangkok, Thailand. The tradition of Chinese Opera performances is fading in Thailand as the descendants of Chinese immigrants, many of whom don't speak Chinese, lose interest in this art form. Audiences are growing smaller and older but the shows remain as colourful and dramatic as ever.Actors on stage during a performance of Chinese Opera in Bangkok, Thailand. The tradition of Chinese Opera performances is fading in Thailand as the descendants of Chinese immigrants, many of whom don't speak Chinese, lose interest in this art form. Audiences are growing smaller and older but the shows remain as colourful and dramatic as ever.

    Chinese Opera

    Yvan Cohen

  • A traditional lion sculpture at the Golden Temple close to Kunming. The temple is located on top of Mingfeng Hill and is the home of the Taoist Taihe Palace which is the largest copper temple in China. The temple dates from the Ming Dynasty at the beginning of the 17th century.A traditional lion sculpture at the Golden Temple close to Kunming. The temple is located on top of Mingfeng Hill and is the home of the Taoist Taihe Palace which is the largest copper temple in China. The temple dates from the Ming Dynasty at the beginning of the 17th century.

    China - A Showcase

    A Showcase of images from China.

    Various Photographers

  • A woman wearing a kimono watches a bullet train pulls into Kyoto central station.A woman wearing a kimono watches a bullet train pulls into Kyoto central station.

    Destination Japan

    A showcase of some images of Japan.

    Yvan Cohen

  • The Japanese owner of Sonie's restaurant in Bangkok, Hirokazu Koyama, seen here at his restaurant on Sukhumvit Road.  Mr Hirokazu lived in the United States where he developed his fusion of Japanese and European cuisine. 

A good example of his fusion creations is an appetizer consisting of pieces of raw tuna combined with capers, mustard and Japanese chili powder served on garlic bread. Highly recommended.The Japanese owner of Sonie's restaurant in Bangkok, Hirokazu Koyama, seen here at his restaurant on Sukhumvit Road.  Mr Hirokazu lived in the United States where he developed his fusion of Japanese and European cuisine. 

A good example of his fusion creations is an appetizer consisting of pieces of raw tuna combined with capers, mustard and Japanese chili powder served on garlic bread. Highly recommended.

    Catch of the Day

    Fancy a bit of Sushi?

    Yvan Cohen