Edition 36Sunday, May 22nd, 2011 | Author: Sojournposse Editor
June/July 2011. The world fascinates our storytellers with its puzzling ways and mysterious charms. In association with Not On The Wires.
Eid al-Adha or “The Festival of Sacrifice” is a special occasion where the Muslims contribute to the poor. David Salas witnesses how it is celebrated in Ghana. Read.
Uzbekistan has a complicated history and is not easily understood by the West. However Zarina Holmes discovers a few mysterious charms amongst its puzzling ways. Read.
Mustang is one of the last unexplored places on earth. Today it is a special travel destination. But so far none of the USD10 million profit has reached the community. Richard Bull reports. Read.
Mixed Martial Arts claim to be the most watched combat sport in the world, surpassing viewing figures for boxing and wrestling. Deshan Tennekoon documents the fast-growing, brawling sport in Sri Lanka. Read.
The citizens of Ciutadella in Menorca have a unique way to celebrate Easter. It involves a peculiar ceremony that takes place on Easter Sunday morning, called “Shoot the Guy“. Janet Greco investigates. Read.
Categories: Anthropology, Documentary Photography, Edition 36, Photography, Photojournalism, Sojournposse, Storytelling, The Review | Tags: Reportage
The Royal Wedding attracted tourism, as well as spectacular publicity stunts around Westminster Abbey in London. Kathrine Anker documents the media circus around the event. Read.