Chasing Rickshaws | Text by Tony Wheeler | Photographs By Richard I’Anson | Photography Book Recommendation By Edge of Humanity Magazine

 

Chasing Rickshaws is a colorful unique book on the subject of disappearing modes of transportation.  It is a Lonely Planet published book including also information covering the daily life of the rickshaw drivers.  A nice touch is the breakdown of the dimensions which are given for each rickshaw.

Areas covered:  Agra, Calcutta, Macau, Penang, Singapore, Beijing, Dhaka, Hong Kong, Manila, Rangoon, and Yogyakarta.

With  189 pages Chasing Rickshaws  displays  full color photographs that depicts a culture that will soon be gone forever.

This is a great book for the history buff, the photography book collector, and also those with an interest in Asia.

 

Chasing Rickshaws

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