When modern life is stripped away – what remains?
A photo essay by David Severn
In a seemingly infinite expanse on Russia’s Northwestern tip, invisible borders abound
A photo essay by Christopher Round
A photo essay by Marzena Skubatz
Drenched in neon light and decorated by a forest of skyscrapers and elevated highways, Shanghai embodies the modern nation China has become. But only 80km away, the historic canal town of Xitang reveals what China once was.