November 3, 2016 marked the end of the second edition of Nepal’s only international photography festival, Photo Kathmandu. The festival had claimed that their goal was to create connections between the city, its people, its history, and its dreams and aspirations. It wanted to serve as an alternative platform for conversations between visual storytellers and local audiences. So at the end of their two-week event, The Week talked to a couple of visitors to find out if Photo Kathmandu had indeed managed to connect people to art and provide creative inspirations as they had initial set out to.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 22: Shaking to samba and expressing a sense of longing with uniquely Brazilian words, Olympians and fans said goodbye to the Rio Games with one last big bash that was both revelatory and a sigh of relief.