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2019

October:

The End of Hong Kong's Postcard Era - The Atlantic 


As Strong as the War, As Soft as the Peace: Solo Exhibition at Prix Bayeux Calvados (October 7-November 3, 2019, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire Baron Gérard - Bayeux)

September:

In Some of Hong Kong's Neighborhoods, Chinese Nationals Are Not Welcome Anymore - The Washington Post 

Masked and Anonymous: Meet Hong Kong's Army of Protestors - WSJ 

August:

Mainland Chinese Sneak Into Hong Kong's Protest, To Support the Cause - The Wall Street Journal

Another Day on the Frontlines: Following and Mapping One Hong Kong Protestor - The Washington Post 

Living With Hong Kong Protests - The Wall Street Journal 

July:

Turkey's Long, Painful Economic Crisis Grinds On - The New York Times 

June:

The Washington Post - InSight: Uncertain Labor: Central Africa's Maternal Mortality Crisis

May:

Exhibition Opening, Save the Children's #stopthewaronchildren Campaign at PMQ, Hong Kong. Roving exhibition May 20-26, 2019 at Times Square, Causeway Bay G/F. 

South China Morning Post: 'From Syria to Iraq, Save the Children centenary photo show reveals indomitable spirit of kids in warzones'

HK01 Coverage

South China Morning Post Young Post

March:

GroundTruth James Foley Middle East Fellowship Recipient

Second Place, News Picture Story - Photos of the Year International, for 'Raqqa: The Aftermath'

February:

'Hundreds Streaming Out of Last ISIS Stronghold as Extremists Face Military Defeat' - The Washington Post, written by Louisa Loveluck.  

January:

Former Child Soldiers in the Central African Republic - Trouw Netherlands, written by Saskia Houttuin. 


Femicide in Turkey - Neue Zürcher Zeitung 

2018

December: 'The Vanishing' - The Plight of Christians in an Age of Intolerance - Harper's Magazine, written by Janine di Giovanni.

Interview: Photographer Nicole Tung Captures the Gravity and Grace in Conflict - The Lily

September: 2018 James Foley Award for Conflict Reporting - Online News Association

August: From 'Capital' to 'Ghost Town' - A multimedia piece on the aftermath of ISIS in Raqqa, for NRC Netherlands, written by Gert Van Langendonck.

June/July: First Came ISIS, Then the Bombs: The Survivors of Raqqa - Reportage on the aftermath of ISIS in Raqqa for Stern Magazine, written by Raphael Geiger. 

NICOLE TUNG | PHOTOGRAPHER

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