Internet Gaming addiction, China 2014
Al Jazeera America: Inside an Internet Gaming Disorder Rehab Center in China13-year-old Lu Jung Song is checked with to measure his cerebral bioelectrical activity.Fernando Moleres
Internet Gaming addiction, China 2014
November 27th, 2014. Ferguson, MO.  Anthony Blocker, 36, walks home from the store on Thanksgiving morning, with lesions on his face which he stated were do to a non-protest related incident involving running from local police. After a week of unrest following Monday night's Grand Jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson on any charges in the shooting of unarmed 18 year old Michael Brown, Ferguson MO celebrated Thanksgiving on Thursday under a cold and uneasy calm. Police and National Guard were stationed around the town as a dwindling news crews worked on the holiday. Protesters called for a boycott of black friday sales.
Kenyan university students protest in Nairobi, Kenya
A young girls stands in the doorway of a house. A member of her family, 21 year old Fleuri Doumana, was killed two days earlier by a grenade launched by a member of Seleka. Bangui, Central African Republic. Nov., 2013.
Al Jazeera America: Inside an Internet Gaming Disorder Rehab Center in China13-year-old Lu Jung Song is checked with to

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Photojournalism Daily: Dec. 12, 2014

Dec 12, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Fernando Moleres' work on the rehabilitation of young Internet gaming addicts in China. There are more than 600 million web users in the country and around 10% of online minors are said to show signs of Internet-related addictions. Moleres documents a center in southern Beijing, which treats severely addicted youth — some have spent up to 20 hours a day online — using a tough-love approach with military discipline, drugs and psychotherapy. The excellent photographs capture the center's 60-some boys and six girls (ranging from mid- to late-teens) going through soldier-like morning drills, group therapy sessions and neurological examinations, all in the hope of breaking their isolating web habits. It's an intriguing look at a very modern problem.

Fernando Moleres: Inside an Internet gaming disorder rehab center in China (Al Jazeera America)

Natalie Keyssar: Ferguson in focus: A Look Back at a Community Upended (MSNBC) These photographs made in late August and late November show a community still coming to terms with the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.

Best photos of 2014 (European Pressphoto Agency)

William Daniels Wins 2014 Tim Hetherington Grant (TIME LightBox) The French photographer was awarded the grant for his ongoing work in Central African Republic.

Photography is art and always will be (The Guardian) Guardian's photography critic Sean O’Hagan hits back at a commenter claiming photographs cannot be considered fine art.

Michel du Cille, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, dies at 58 (The Washington Post)

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