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Blogger of the Week: Mey Feng of Every Sundays

by: Isaac Perez Solano


A look behind the camera at the lives of some of your favorite street style bloggers. This week, we speak with Mey Feng of Every Sundays.

Tags: Blogger of the Week, Celine, China, Every Sundays, Facebook, Fashion, Hong Kong, Instagram, Isaac Perez Solano, Mey Feng, street style, style, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, Venezuela
M.Patmos Interview WILD Fashion

M. PATMOS, Inspiration is Everywhere

by: Emily Kirkpatrick


Marcia Patmos views her designs through an artistic lens, seamlessly blending luxury, versatility and utilitarianism to create the dream collection for any urban girl on the go.

Tags: Bhutan, Bill Traylor, Bolivia, China, Emily Kirkpatrick, Fashion, India, M.PATMOS, Manolo Blahnik, Marcia Patmos, Nepal, New Jersey, New York, pre-fall 2014, Resort 2015, Selima Optique, South America, Southeast Asia, Texas, The Wild Magazine, Tibet, Tilda Swinton, Women's Artisan Collective, Zanzibar
Jia Hua Fresh Threads Youth Issue WILD Fashion

Fresh Threads: Jia Hua

by: Emily Kirkpatrick


The next wave of talent in design.

Tags: China, Emerging Designers, Emily Kirkpatrick, Fashion, Fresh Threads, Jia Hua, The Wild Magazine, Youth Issue
Beijing smog birds

Shadows & Smog

by: The WILD


A crane in the shadows of smog near the Forbidden City. As the city hit the “red-warning signal,” local Chinese officials have mandated heavy restrictions on cars and factories for the next three days.   […]

Tags: Beijing, China, Forbidden City, Picture of the day, Pollution, smog, The Wild Magazine
World News - Aug. 20, 2013

Little Giant

by: The WILD


A newborn giant panda cub naps at the the Taipei Zoo in Taiwan. The female cub, Yuan Zai, was born earlier this month to parents Yuan Yuan and Tuan Tuan.   read more here photo: […]

Tags: Animals, China, Picture of the day, Taipei Zoo, Taiwan, The Wild Magazine, Tuan Tuan, Yuan Yuan, Yuan Zai
Beijing urban slum or shanty town dwellers

Burgeoning Beijing

by: The WILD


EPA/How Hwee Young A young boy peers through a curtain in his shanty home near Beijing’s Second Ring Road. The local government recently announced a 500 billion yuan ($81.5 billion) plan to renovate upwards of […]

Tags: Beijing, China, How Hwee Young, Picture of the day, Second Ring Road
A monkey plays in a pond surrounded by carps at a wildlife park in Hefei, Anhui province

Monkey See Monkey Do

by: The WILD


Reuters A mischievous little monkey takes a dip at a wildlife park near Hefei, China.

Tags: China, Hefei, monkeys, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine
Six-year-old gymnast practices on a horizontal bar at the gymnastics hall of a sports school in Jiaxing

Good Form

by: The WILD


William Hong/ReutersWilliam Hong/Reuters A young gymnast learns the ways of the horizontal bar, Zhejiang province, China.

Tags: China, gymnastics, photography, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine, William Hong, Zhejiang
Astronauts Zhang, Nie and Wang salute after returning to earth in re-entry capsule of China's Shenzhou-10 spacecraft at its main landing site in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

Home Sweet Home

by: The WILD


Photo via Reuters It feels like just yesterday that we said Godspeed to our favorite retro-future-looking Chinese Astronauts, and today we’re happy to report that the trio has returned home safely to the third rock […]

Tags: Astronauts, China, Chinese astronauts, Godspeed, orbit, photography, Picture of the day, space, The Wild Magazine
Wang Yaping, Zhang Xiaoguang, Nie Haisheng

Godspeed

by: The WILD


AP Photo/Andy Won Chinese Astronauts bid farewell before blasting off towards the Tiangong 1 space lab.   Read more about the mission here

Tags: Astronauts, China, orbit, outer space, photography, Picture of the day, space
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Safe from the Flames

by: The WILD


AFP/Getty Images A man recovers in a hospital bed in Dehui, China after falling victim to a fast-moving fire at the factory where he worked. The Baoyuanfeng poultry plant, where 120 are now dead, was […]

Tags: AFP, Baoyuanfeng, China, Dehui, factory fire, Getty Images, Human Rights, labor rights, photograhy, Social Justice, workers rights, workplace accidents, workplace conditions
Terraced paddy field in China

Hanging Gardens, Loudi City

by: The WILD


Liu Aicheng/Xinhua/ZUMAPRESS.com A farmer tends to terraced paddy fields near Loudi City in central China’s Hunan Province.

Tags: China, Hunan Province, Liu Aicheng, Loudi City, Xinhua, ZUMAPRESS.com
Highwire Walker in Eastern China

Up in the Air, Zhejiang province

by: The WILD


Zhu Yinwei/Xinhua/Zuma Press A tightrope walker, Adili Wuxor, balances atop steel wires overlooking the Desheng River in Zhejiang province, China.

Tags: China, Desheng River, photography, Picture of the day, Xinhua, Zhejiang province, Zhu Yinwei, Zuma Press
Tuojiang River WILD mag photography

Tip Toe on the Tuojiang

by: The WILD


Zhao Zhongzhi/Xinhua/Zuma Press On a misty day in the town of Fenghuang, China, a tourist navigates her way across a rock path atop the Tuojiang River.

Tags: China, Fenghuang, photography, Picture of the day, The Wild Magazine, Xinhua, Zhao Zhongzhi, Zuma Press
Sim Chi Yin China Photography

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

by: Giovanna Badilla


©Sim Chi Yin Beijing-based photographer Sim Chi Yin strayed from a burgeoning career as a journalist when she realized that her true vocation should be telling enthralling stories with her camera.   See more of […]

Tags: Beijing, China, Journalist, photography, Sim Chi Yin
Tiananmen Square pollution WILD mag

Atmospheric Juxstaposition, Beijing

by: Blaine Skrainka


Feng Li/Getty Images When picturing the smog filled air of Beijing, it’s so not difficult to imagine the deadening of one’s senses. The haze appears to create an atmosphere of cinematic dystopia. In the above […]

Tags: Beijing, Blaine Skrainka, China, dystopia, dystopian, Ed Jones, Environment, Feng Li, Green, photography, Picture of the day, Pollution, smog, The Atlantic, The Wild Magazine
Tibetan New Year WILD mag photography

A New Year, Katmandu

by: The WILD


Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters Colored water is splashed at the Boudhanath Stupa temple in Katmandu to mark a new year. As Reuters points out, The Tibetan lunar new year is supposed to be a time for celebration, […]

Tags: Boudhanath Stupa, China, Dalai Lama, Katmandu, Navesh Chitrakar, Nepal, photography, Picture of the day, Reuters, The Wild Magazine, Tibet
orange haze pollution China

Orange Haze, Hefei

by: The WILD


Zuma Press Smog in urban China remains unyielding.  Last week, the Chinese government issued their first-ever “orange” fog warning. Today, the newly added color code seems tragically ironic.     Related: Suffocating, Beijing    

Tags: China, Environment, Hefei, orange fog, photography, Picture of the day, Pollution, smog
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Suffocating, Beijing

by: Blaine Skrainka


ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press Pangu Plaza office building in Beijing amidst a dreary haze of smog. Air pollution in Beijing has reached a never-before-seen level this past week, leading the government to issue the city’s first ever […]

Tags: Beijing, Blaine Skrainka, China, Economy, Environment, photography, Picture of the day, Pollution, public health, smog
Nanjian Yi WILD mag photography

Mystic Hillside, Nanjian Yi

by: Blaine Skrainka


With the incredible urbanization and economic growth in China, we are often flooded with images of crowded city streets shadowed by construction and smog. But the nation is vast, of course. This image reminds us […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, China, Nanjian Yi, photography, Picture of the day, Qin Qing, The Wild Magazine, Xinhua, Yunnan province, Zuma Press
martial arts students Shaolin International Martial-Arts Festival

Shaolin International Martial-Arts Festival, China

by: Katie Grimmer


Students perform kung fu at the opening ceremonies of the ninth Shaolin International Martial-Arts Festival in Zhengzhou, China.   Photo by: ChinaFotoPress/Zuma Press.

Tags: China, ChinaFotoPress, Katie Grimmer, kun fu, photography, Picture of the day, Shaolin International Martial-Arts Festival, Zhengzhou, Zuma Press
The al-Assad regime murders thousands

SYRIA UNDER FIRE

by: Blaine Skrainka


After years of corruption and cronyism from the oppressive regime of Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian people have risen up as a part of the Arab Awakening only to face a brutal backlash. The United Nations’ […]

Tags: Arab Awakening, Arab League, Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Blaine Skrainka, China, Human Rights, Iran, Libya, Middle East, Politics, Protests, Ramita Navai, Russia, Syria, Syria Under Fire, The Wild Magazine, UN, United Nations, world
COP17 Climate Talks in Durban, South Africa

DURBAN ADJOURNMENT

by: Blaine Skrainka


A so-called last minute deal at the COP17 Climate Talks in Durban, South Africa has led politicians and some media outlets to laud the cooperation of diplomats to come to an agreement to ultimately curb […]

Tags: 1, 99%, American Exceptionalism, Blaine Skrainka, Canada, Cancun, Carbon Emissions, China, COP17, Copenhagen, Durban Adjournment, Durban Climate Talks, Environment, India, International Energy Agency, Japan, Kyoto Protocol, Politics, Pollution, Russia, South Africa, The Wild Magazine, United States, world
Save our planet Melting Ices Polarbears are drowning

Less than 48 hours before the UN talks on climate change end.

by: Garance Wilkens


The UN treaty on climate change — our best hope for action — expires next year. But a greedy US-led coalition of oil-captured countries is trying to kill it forever. It’s staggeringly difficult to believe: […]

Tags: Avaaz, Brazil, China, Climate Change, Garance Wilkens, The EU, The Wild Magazine, UN
Free Ai Weiwei Street Art, Soho, New York City

NEVER SORRY

by: Blaine Skrainka


Ai Weiwei remains unapologetic and defiant, while continuing to be an inspiration to those who care about human rights and social justice. Although he was released from secret detention in September, the Chinese authorities continue […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, ART, Blaine Skrainka, China, Documentaries, Film, Human Rights, Never Sorry, Politcal Dissent, Politics, Social Justice, The Wild Magazine, world
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Around The WILD World

by: Blaine Skrainka


We want to take you on a trip to the other side of the world to get brief updates on global issues that we have covered in the past. Feel free to click on each […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, al Shabab, Around The WILD World, ART, ArtReview, Blaine Skrainka, Bono, China, Congo, Damon Albarn, DRC Music, Invisible Children, Kinshasa One Two, LRA, music, ONE, OXFAM, Somalia, The Music Coalition, The Voice Project, The Wild Magazine, Uganda, world
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Ryan’s Well

by: Blaine Skrainka


Despite political stagnation, everyday people continue to seek solutions to our climate crisis. Ryan Hrejac, of Ontario, Canada, began his mission to battle global water shortages in developing nations through direct action, education, and inspiration, […]

Tags: Activism, Blaine Skrainka, China, Developing Nations, Environment, Global Water Shortage, Health, Horn of Africa, Ryan Hrejac, Ryan's Well, The Wild Magazine, Water, Water Crisis, world
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RELEASED, BUT NOT FREE

by: Blaine Skrainka


“For a man imprisoned and conditionally released, neither neighbors nor strangers nor Beijing’s officials nor courts can be trusted.” Artist, subversive dissident, and freedom fighter Ai Weiwei was released from his secret detention earlier this […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, ART, Beijing, Blaine Skrainka, China, Culture, Google+, Human Rights, Newsweek, Politburo, Politics, Released But Not Free, Social Media, The Wild Magazine, Twitter, world
Ai Weiwie

AI WEIWEI RELEASED!

by: Blaine Skrainka


Chinese artist and political activist Ai Weiwei has been released on bail by the Chinese government. A state news agency announced that the release came as Weiwei admitted to tax evasion, as well as citing […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, Ai Weiwei Released, Blaine Skrainka, China, Jasmine Revolution, Politiburo, street art, The Wild Magazine, world
AM444

SHANGHAI UNDERGROUND

by: Blaine Skrainka


Art cannot be erased. Music cannot be silenced. Culture cannot be contained, even by the most authoritarian governments. Despite widespread censorship from the Politburo, underground electronic music in Shanghai, China is burgeoning and transmitting to […]

Tags: Ai Weiwei, AM444, Blaine Skrainka, China, Cultural Revolution, Electronica, Globalization, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Mao, music, Politiburo, Shanghai Restoration Project, Shanghai Underground, The Wild Magazine, Underground

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