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Dustin Shum, 祖堯邨 (Cho Yiu Chuen)
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Dustin Shum

祖堯邨 (Cho Yiu Chuen), 2011
Website - dustinshum.com

Dustin Shum (b. 1971) is a Hong Kong-based documentary photographer. After receiving his BA (Hons) Degree in Photographic Design from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, he became a photojournalist and now an independent photographer. He specializes in the aspect of "political landscapes", and through this he channels his concerns of the living habitat of Southern China and Hong Kong.

Posted on Tuesday, June 14, 2011.

 

 

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