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Sergi Mykhalchu is a Ukrainian Cinematographer, photographer, traveler. The capital of Ukraine Kyiv is been bombed for the last 3 days. Almost 4 million people are normally leave here. Today they all are hiding in the shelters beneath the earth. Kyiv is one of the IT capitals in the world. The biggest software engineering centers which serve companies worldwide are located here. That's how Kyiv looks today. A list of answers to th
When we think of homosexuality, the world had made huge leaps in recent
years. Gay marriage is now legal in the US and the UK, protections from
discrimination exist in law, gay people are allowed to adopt children —
events that we have come to accept as normal, as they should
The biggest sports event on the planet turns into a mixture of political and public health disputes, yet not covered enough by the established media
Serhiy Gudak from the city of Uzhorod, Ukraine.
The western region of Ukraine is well known for its hospitality. Nice food and
people. Today, millions of people are moving to the west from the areas which
are bombarded by Russian troops. The road can take 20-40 hours. Most people
travel light - only documents, cell phones, and their loved ones.
A list of answers to the questions "What can I do to help?"
Reached Ukrainian friends, checked the sour
Tradition and family-run work of charcoal miners in Cyprus. We are very likely looking at the craft that is to become a thing of the past very soon.
Imagine being there, in full absence of clarity what's going to happen next
minute, hour and day. Is there a future? If so, how does it look? The whole
world can not answer this question facing a tyrannous psycho, a hostage of his
own crimes on a global scale, entangled in his own lies. All we admire, adore and pray for the Ukrainian people whose will for freedom is
the most inspiring thing these days.
Young Cypriots at months before unavoidable military service. Do they come to celebrate the upcoming life milestone or to protest against forced consription?
A spotlight on the drag queens in the only gay bar in Lithuania. Forcedly hidden from the public eye in the post-Soviet country, these performances seem too deliberately shocking for the part of the society.
Where the food we buy in the supermarket comes from, how it is produced and how it can be?
The project exposes the living conditions that Puerto Ricans have to endure such as natural catastrophes, limited government support and unstable electric service. Although the series began in 2013, it wasn’t until 2017 when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico that Saldaña realised the series is something more than just a personal project — it is a testament of the residence of the local population.
Members working in the