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Kink Leung: Pandemic. Emotion
Brownie publishing

The “2019 Coronavirus Disease”, also known as the “Novel Coronavirus”, began to spread around the world at the end of 2019, and deaths due to the pandemic were happening every day. Some people had lost loved ones, some had lost their homes, and many people were separated because the world had come to a standstill

Kink Leung, born and raised in Hong Kong in 1964. He graduated from the photography course at the New York Institute of Photography and is now an independent photographer in Hong Kong. He has always been concerned about the current social situation and environmental issues, and used this to develop his personal photography project.

Book Size: W210mm x H297mm
Printing: Black and White
Pages: 280 pages
Language: Chinese and English
Edition: 1st Edition, Dec 2023
Publisher: brownie publishing ltd.

Kink Leung: Pandemic. Emotion
Brownie publishing

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