Ian Wishart, chief executive of the Fred Hollows Foundation, discusses the global eye-health organisation’s work in China, which is home to the highest number of blind people in the worldContinue Reading ...
Chien-Chi Chang talks about the slow process of joining the elite agency and how he came to shoot a marriage market in Vietnam and immigrants in New York’s Chinatown and their families back in FujianContinue Reading ...
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