After the students are brought to various sites, they can then choose to express their subjects through a variety of artistic means or channels such as painting, photography, carving, video recording or musical composition.
Leaping out from Bangkok's vast concrete sprawl is a kidney-shaped green space, home to hundreds of plant and bird species, and where cars are outnumbered by bicycles.
As the fierce winter drags towards an end in Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg, Eduard Okuniyev is counting himself lucky to still be alive.
Museums across New York are waging a cultural war on prejudice in Donald Trump's America, flexing the soft power of art and photography to compound the city-wide climate of protest.
A nerve centre for migrant workers who stream in from around the country in search of a better life, Black Bridge Village is a place of industry and desperation.
"After coming back from Cambodia, I began to learn driving so that I could 'move' around. I also went back to the kitchen and later started my own restaurant."
The carnival parading society Chaos rolls its satirical float in New Orleans as part of the Mardi Gras celebrations.
Too often, the stories portrayed in the news around the crumbling pastel apartment units in Miami's Liberty City tell of violence and bloodshed, of young lives cut short by drugs or guns.
Beginning 2013, a group of volunteers from Elim Chapel have been coming here once a month on a Saturday to teach and play with the children, who are mostly Indian.
Ten non-Chinese students from Universiti Malaysia Pahang share their experiences of learning the Chinese language with the mostly Malay students at SJK(C) Yoke Hwa Pekan and their parents.