Photo Essays

79 Days That Shook Hong Kong

Hong Kong authorities on Monday began tearing down the last of the city’s pro-democracy camps, bringing a quiet end to two and a half months of street...

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2014

In 2014, TIME’s commitment to photojournalism remained as strong as ever, as the magazine assigned photographers to stories all across the U.S. and in...

"Hong Kong, a day in the life ..."

Palani Mohan presents a compelling series of pictures of ordinary people goingabout their lives, which feature in his upcoming book ""Hong Kong Life""

The Most Powerful Protest Photos of 2014

In 2011, TIME named the Protester as the Person of the Year, in recognition of the twin people-power earthquakes of the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street. TIME...

Hong Kong: What's Changed, What Hasn't

In the months before the 1997 handover, pessimists said Hong Kong would soon be "just another Chinese city" -- losing what made it uniquely successful. But while...

John Dominis: Photographer Spotlight

[NOTE: John Dominis, one of LIFE magazine's most versatile staff photographers and one of the most celebrated photojournalists of the 20th century, died on...

Jackie Chan: A Life in Action

From Hong Kong to Hollwyood, action comedy star and director Jackie Chan has revolutionized martial arts in the movies