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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)
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
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
Turkey's Long, Painful Economic Crisis Grinds On - The New York Times
The Washington Post - InSight: Uncertain Labor: Central Africa's Maternal Mortality Crisis
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'
South China Morning Post Young Post
GroundTruth James Foley Middle East Fellowship Recipient
Second Place, News Picture Story - Photos of the Year International, for 'Raqqa: The Aftermath'
'Hundreds Streaming Out of Last ISIS Stronghold as Extremists Face Military Defeat' - The Washington Post, written by Louisa Loveluck.
Former Child Soldiers in the Central African Republic - Trouw Netherlands, written by Saskia Houttuin. Femicide in Turkey - Neue Zürcher Zeitung
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.