These bird's-eye images have been taken by the Hong Kong-based Society for Community Organisation in a bid to document the plight of the city's most underprivileged people.
Rasyidah Ibrahim's insight:
Hong Kong a global hub is one of the richest cities in the world. However, the disparity in wealth is apparent in the overcrowding of space and the growing 'urban slums' due to mass urban migration and over population of this city.
"About 100 microfinance banks operate in Brazil, with initiatives involving alternative social currencies. The banks' aim is to promote the principles of a "solidarity-based economy" which, in their view, is fairer and more sustainable than the dominant capitalist model."
Choi Donghyuk's insight:
Brazil and their democratisation of economic relations
To the outside world the images from North Korean state television are nearly comical -- weeping soldiers chasing Kim Jong Un into the freezing sea, elderly women screaming as the young leader approaches, and North Koreans unleashing dogs at a...