Another photo story about The World In Faces photo project was published today in France.
Inspired by a the overwhelming response from all over the world to his The World In Faces photo project, a photographer Alexander Khimushin decides to travel across all Siberia to meet and take photo of many dissapearing ethnic minority groups living in this vast uninhabited area of the world. Some places will be very hard to reach. Right now Alexander is in Irkutsk, Russia and is getting ready to travel by train and then by a helicopter to a village accessible by air only in the Sayan Mountains. There he will meet Tofalar people. There are only 300+ of them remains on this planet. He talks about his project on RUSSIA 1, the second largest TV network in the country.
The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin was covered by UPSOCL – a very popular website from Latin America, it has over 5 million subscribers on Facebook. We’re happy that its Spanish speaking readers across all Latin America will now learn about The World In Faces. UPSOCL position itself as a resource that does not belong to any particular country. Millions of this website readers are located in Mexico (25%), Argentina (15%), Spain (15%), Columbia (10%) and Chile (10%). Thanks for sharing our story, guys!
Easy Voyage website published a gallery featuring 15 portraits from The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin. They called these portraits in their headline: “15 portraits to inspire you to travel the world”. That is fantastic!
There was an overwhelming amount of publications about The World In Faces (or Мир В Лицах) in Russia. However, the problem is that a very few sites in the country have English as an option for readers. Here is one of them, The Bird In Flight.
The photo story about The World In Faces project and its author Alexander Khimushin today was published across all China by Xinhua News Agency – the largest media organization of China. Xinhua is regarded as the most influential media outlet in China as almost every newspaper in China relies on Xinhua feeds for content. Xinhua is a publisher as well as a news agency—it owns more than 20 newspapers and a dozen magazines, and it prints in eight languages: Chinese, English, Spanish, French, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, and Japanese. The story about The World In Faces by Xinhua today was already cited by other newspapers across the country. It has been also published not only in Mandarin, but also in Japanese language.
The photo story about The World In Faces photo project and its Author Alexander Khimushin was published today by the largest circulated newspaper of India, in both, printed and online versions. Dainik Bhaskar is number one newspaper in India with daily circulation over 38 million copies!
An online article of Dainik Bhaskar is below.
I am happy to see that media giving more attention to The World In Faces. Another article about the project was published today. This time is in the UK. The only my concern was that the reporter seems to put emphasis on beauty, while I actually said the project was all about diversity. You can read a full story featured on Metro.co.uk here
An article about The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin in The Travel Photographer blog from the US. Click on the screenshot to read the full story.
We are happy to learn that Mexico joined The Wolrd In Faces fun club! An article about the project by Alexander Khimushin is below. It was published by Caracteres in Mexico.
It seems that Vietnamese media like The World In Faces by Alexander Khimsuhin so much. So many publications from this country. There is one more for our readers. If you can read Vietnamese of course! ))
Yesterday I was approached by Huffington Post for an interview and permission to publish my photographs there. I gladly accepted the offer. I hope it will give my project more international exposure! Thanks to all people interested in the project! I really appreciate that!
you can see The Huffington Post story here
The World In Faces goes viral on Boredpanda.com. It’s one of a kind international community, where people can submit stories about themselves and what they do. I never did it before, but following an advise of a friend, I decided to give it a try in order to get exposure for The World In Faces. On May 4th 2016 I submitted a story about the project and just within a few hours received a message from the site staff. While there are hundreds of submissions from all over the world, my story was trending. I did not expect so much positive feedback from people all over the world. It’s really overwhelming. I definitely want to continue the project as I see that it touches souls of many people. Let’s make the world a better place together! Thank you all for your support. It means a lot to me!
you can see my submission here