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The Brahmaputra.

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Vogel (above) captures images which are "graphic, colourful, powerful, and with a real story behind them".

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Luminéoles Ballet at Marina Bay.

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Guitar Recital by Thibault Cauvin.

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Amaury Coeytaux - supersoloist of the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra - and a string quartet.

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An Urban Fork exhibit, where architects' names are "written" on their buildings to emphasise a sensitive connection to the urban landscape.

Inspiring change through his pictures of rivers

Apr 8, 2016 5:50 AM

A SHORTAGE of clean, fresh water will be the next great global crisis, say experts who have been predicting it for a few years now. And helping to create awareness about a problem that is worldwide and not just limited to poor countries is photojournalist Franck Vogel, who has spent the last

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