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Anti extradition law protest in shopping mall

  • Prize
    Silver in Press/General News
  • Photographer
    Tam Ming Keung

A scared shopper, carrying a brand-name shopping bag and wearing high heels and red dress, runs across bloodstains on the floor of the New Town Plaza shopping mall after protesters clashed with riot police in the Sha Tin rally on July 14, 2019, in Hong Kong, China. Few protesters clean up debris such as broken umbrellas, lost shoes after the clash. Hong Kong is approaching a political crossroads after over a half year of widespread protests over a proposed extradition bill, which raises more fundamental questions about its relationship with mainland China.

Born in 1993, a youngster lives in Hong Kong. As the political conflict intensified of Hong Kong in recent years, he participate in recording the political activities, cultural integration and the change under urban development.

He gets the 3rd place Place of category winner in Book Proposal (Series Only) and Gold in Non-Professional Book (Series Only, Documentary) in PX3 2017. He also get commended in 2017 Sony World Photography Awards (open cometition, architecture).

Awards A youngster lives in Hong Kong.
Trying to record the things around me.