Children deliver roadside assistance on Peru's steep mountain paths, bringing car parts, helping to push a vehicle or conducting rescue operations in exchange for a few coins.
What do guerrilla freedom-fighters do when their cause is swept away by a single natural disaster? Tourism.
It is impossible to deny the power of a dark anguished teenager perched on the edge of a dry branch. This is the pop version of an old icon.
Thousands of street children in India work as tea-makers, shoeshiners or delivery boys, earning less than a couple of dollars a day. But in Delhi, some of them have an extra designation - they run their very own cooperative bank.
Happy Graduation, Class of 2012. It’s both tragic and hilarious that young people have been swindled into thinking their vocational future lies in some corporate nirvana of magic techno-innovation (complete with ‘free trade” latte breaks).
Colors artist Fan Qiao Wang sketches this week's celebrity warlord.