Photo A police officer on a boat outside a village in Chittagong Hill Tracts, a restive province in Bangladesh. Thirteen-year-old Rohingya refugee Shazeda Begum was raped by local Bangladeshis when collecting firewood in the forest next to the refugee camp Kutupalong. A woman lights a cigarette in a kava bar in Kiribati. Tam Mei Woon is rolled into her room at a home for the elderly in Hong Kong. A woman still living in a makeshift home, one year after supertyphoon Haiyan hit the Philippines. A man at work during a bird’s nest harvest in Gomantong cave, Sabah, Malaysia. Eric and Roby Mameta at their home in Tacloban, the Philippines, just beneath a freight ship that was pushed ashore a year earlier by typhoon Haiyan. A man is getting ready for tattoo removals at the clinic of Dr Ores, the only New York doctor that offers this service for free to former convicts. Children play with toy guns in Pasay, a Manila neighborhood that has been harshly affected by President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs.” A group of friends play for money at a beach in Aceh, Indonesia. They call themselves punks, and are often harrassed by Sharia police for their way of life. Protesters show their support for South Korean President Park Geun-hye, ahead of a verdict in an impeachment hearing against her. Lee Min-hok plays with his guard dogs next to a hydrogen tank. Since 2005 he has released tens of thousands of balloons with subversive material to North Korea. A boat next to Naaf river, the narrow but heavily guarded border over which the persecuted ethnic group Rohingya flees from Myanmar to Bangladesh. Ronald Barsana replants coconuts after his plantation on the Philippine island of Samar was ravaged by typhoon Haiyan. Nathan Law, former leader of Hong Kong’s street occupation, is now the city’s youngest parliamentarian. Protesters show their support for South Korean President Park Geun-hye, ahead of a verdict in an impeachment hearing against her. Miho Watanabe laughs as she opens her store in Fukushima, 3 years after a meltdown in the nearby nuclear plant, following a tsunami, forced her to evacuate. A man being circled by protesters in connection to Occupy Wall Street, New York, USA. Young Hawaiians playing by the ocean outside Honolulu, USA. Nasima Begum, an ethnic Rohingya, had lived in Bangladesh for one year when she, her husband, their five-year-old son and her sister’s family were arrested and forced back to Myanmar. During the journey back through the jungle to Bangladesh, her son died. Six months ago, both her sister and husband disappeared after walking from the Kutupalong refugee camp to the village to find work. Children allegedly suffering genetic disorders due to Agent Orange in southern Vietnam. A man works in a rice field on Java, Indonesia. Two fishermen work on a boat outside Bangladesh’s coast. A Rohingya woman washes a plate in Kutupalong refugee camp in southern Bangladesh, 2010. Girls playing in the mist outside Sapa, northern Vietnam. The area is notorious for the kidnapping to China of young girls as brides. Men empty a fishing net in Aceh, 10 years after a tsunami ravaged the Indonesian province. A fish seller inspects his merchandise in Lahore, Pakistan. Protests in connection to Occupy Wall Street in New York, USA. Villagers work in the field outside Sapa, Vietnam. Wedding couples take pictures outside a mall in Hanoi, Vietnam. A family grieves the loss of a member that was taken by the sea, outside Bangladesh. The Korean war separated Cho Soon-jeon from her three sisters. In 2015, 65 years later, they were reunited in an official ceremony organized by Pyongyang and Seoul. A girl looks out over the mountains in the restive Bangladeshi province of Chittagong Hill Tracts. Nurlaili had to have a leg amputated after being swept away in the Boxing Day tsunami 2004, Aceh, Indonesia. Children play in the waves in Aceh, 10 years after a tsunami ravaged the Indonesian province.