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Justin Jin
Justin Jin
Hong Kong-born writer and photographer Justin travels the world capturing personal stories for the South China Morning Post, National Geographic and others.

Justin Jin flew from Amsterdam to Shanghai to see his cancer-stricken father, encountering some of the world’s most rigorous quarantine procedures on the way.

The fate of the critically endangered smiling river pigs is inextricably tied to that of the waterway it calls home, and its survival depends entirely on the success of an ambitious river clean-up campaign.

With thousands of followers, Shanghai live-streamer Nai Nai was a girlfriend to many, until she met Chinese internet legend Jiang Bo. Little did she know the price she would pay for her feelings.

In the first of a two-part series, photographer Justin Jin chronicles China's ambitious plans to move 100 million farmers into the cities that are being built over their fields

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Behind the story of a young Dong woman's departure for university from a remote mountain village in Guizhou lie the tale of her mother's sacrifice and one of fast-disappearing traditions. Text and pictures by Justin Jin.

The Russian Arctic is home to reindeer herders, the descendants of gulag inmates and energy-company employees earning top dollar on hardship postings. Welcome to the 'Zone of Absolute Discomfort'. Words and pictures by Justin Jin.