In 2012, me and fellow students from ICT4D program, University of Manchester, traveled to Bangalore, India. We wanted to learn how the implementation of technology led projects in developing country context, and Bangalore was the perfect place for that.
During this short trip, I documented day-to-day activities of its people. With over than 8.5 million population, I saw similarities between Bangalore and Jakarta: heat, traffic and pollution. However, unlike Jakarta, people in Bangalore were more friendly, and their enthusiasm was contagious.