Marcelo Duhalde

Marcelo Duhalde joined the Post as its infographic designer in 2016, having worked previously as the deputy infographic editor at the Times of Oman. Duhalde has won more than 50 Society for News Design awards, 12 Malofiej medals, one Peter Sullivana's best of show (2015) and four gold medals at the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers awards. His work has been published in several books, magazines, and infographic and data visualisation websites in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Marcelo Duhalde
Marcelo Duhalde joined the Post as its infographic designer in 2016, having worked previously as the deputy infographic editor at the Times of Oman. Duhalde has won more than 50 Society for News Design awards, 12 Malofiej medals, one Peter Sullivana's best of show (2015) and four gold medals at the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers awards. His work has been published in several books, magazines, and infographic and data visualisation websites in Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Latest from Marcelo Duhalde

Fifa World Cup 2022: Hong Kong to face Middle East in Qatar qualifiers
The rule of law: Hong Kong vs China

How far apart are the two systems in how they apply the rule of law?

22 Aug 2019 - 11:29AM

How far apart are the two systems in how they apply the rule of law?

The rule of law: Hong Kong vs China
How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

4 Sep 2019 - 4:43PM

Unprecedented scenes of violence broke out at the Hong Kong International Airport after thousands of anti-government protesters occupying the airport terminal building brought flights to a halt for two days straight. This is how the events unfolded

How Hong Kong airport protests ended in chaos
The history of Hong Kong protests and what happens now

Public protests in Hong Kong date back to British colonial rule and have evolved from the bloody riots of the 1960s into the recent protests of up to two million people marching. Here is a look back at some of Hong Kong's biggest civil movements and an explainer about what citizens are demanding in these most recent demonstrations.

17 Jul 2019 - 3:45PM

Public protests in Hong Kong date back to British colonial rule and have evolved from the bloody riots of the 1960s into the recent protests of up to two million people marching. Here is a look back at some of Hong Kong's biggest civil movements and an explainer about what citizens are demanding in these most recent demonstrations.

The history of Hong Kong protests and what happens now
History of Hong Kong protests: riots, rallies and umbrellas

Hong Kong has never experienced a fully democratic government but that has not stopped people trying to make themselves heard.

4 Sep 2019 - 4:26PM

Hong Kong has never experienced a fully democratic government but that has not stopped people trying to make themselves heard.

History of Hong Kong protests: riots, rallies and umbrellas
The history of the Forbidden City
How Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protesters besieged city’s legislature

Tens of thousands of masked protesters equipped with umbrellas and goggles brought the roads leading to Hong Kong's legislature to a standstill on June 12. How did they do it?

15 Jun 2019 - 1:51PM

Tens of thousands of masked protesters equipped with umbrellas and goggles brought the roads leading to Hong Kong's legislature to a standstill on June 12. How did they do it?

How Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protesters besieged city’s legislature
Hong Kong extradition law: the current process and what will change under the proposed bill

The Hong Kong government argues the current Fugitive Offenders Ordinance needs updating in light of the ongoing Chan Tong-kai case. Due to a loophole in the law, Hong Kong is unable to extradite Chan, who is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend in Taipei last year, to Taiwan

11 Jun 2019 - 10:57AM

The Hong Kong government argues the current Fugitive Offenders Ordinance needs updating in light of the ongoing Chan Tong-kai case. Due to a loophole in the law, Hong Kong is unable to extradite Chan, who is accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend in Taipei last year, to Taiwan

Hong Kong extradition law: the current process and what will change under the proposed bill
Tiananmen Square crackdown: 21 most-wanted student leaders’ stories

A week after armed forces cleared Tiananmen Square the Beijing Public Security Bureau distributed a circular of the pro-democracy movement’s 21 most wanted student leaders. Here’s what happened to them.

5 Jun 2019 - 5:15AM

A week after armed forces cleared Tiananmen Square the Beijing Public Security Bureau distributed a circular of the pro-democracy movement’s 21 most wanted student leaders. Here’s what happened to them.

Tiananmen Square crackdown: 21 most-wanted student leaders’ stories
China’s coal capital is dying as local natural resources are exhausted

For more than a century, coal was the centre of life for the residents of Fushun, 50km from the Liaoning provincial capital of Shenyang, earning the city the nickname “capital of coal”.

10 May 2019 - 5:31PM

For more than a century, coal was the centre of life for the residents of Fushun, 50km from the Liaoning provincial capital of Shenyang, earning the city the nickname “capital of coal”.

China’s coal capital is dying as local natural resources are exhausted
Belt and Road Initiative explained: How China is looking beyond borders

The “Belt and Road Initiative” was announced by the Chinese government in 2013 as a global trade strategy based on the ancient Silk Road trading route.

10 May 2019 - 5:34PM

The “Belt and Road Initiative” was announced by the Chinese government in 2013 as a global trade strategy based on the ancient Silk Road trading route.

Belt and Road Initiative explained: How China is looking beyond borders
Death Penalty in practice
15 Apr 2019 - 5:06PM
Death Penalty in practice
How does Venezuela’s crisis affect ordinary people?

Venezuelans are suffering chronic shortages in a country that is home to the world’s largest oil reserves and blessed with an enviable abundance of natural resources. Here’s how it affects people on a daily basis

25 Mar 2019 - 11:55PM

Venezuelans are suffering chronic shortages in a country that is home to the world’s largest oil reserves and blessed with an enviable abundance of natural resources. Here’s how it affects people on a daily basis

How does Venezuela’s crisis affect ordinary people?
Maduro’s minimum wage and Venezuela’s runaway hyperinflation

It is not uncommon to raise minimum wages annually, but there have been 26 increases under President Nicolas Maduro since 2013. The central bank recently devalued the bolivar as Venezuela’s currency continues to plummet

 

15 Mar 2019 - 6:22AM

It is not uncommon to raise minimum wages annually, but there have been 26 increases under President Nicolas Maduro since 2013. The central bank recently devalued the bolivar as Venezuela’s currency continues to plummet

 

Maduro’s minimum wage and Venezuela’s runaway hyperinflation
Too much ‘heat’ might be making you sick – and herbal tea, or leung cha, could help

Known as leung cha, herbal tea is found throughout south China, and tea shops have been a familiar fixture of the Hong Kong landscape for more than a hundred years.

5 Feb 2019 - 8:00AM

Known as leung cha, herbal tea is found throughout south China, and tea shops have been a familiar fixture of the Hong Kong landscape for more than a hundred years.

Too much ‘heat’ might be making you sick – and herbal tea, or leung cha, could help
The tragedy of the oil tanker Aulac Fortune
In the Forbidden City, the emperor’s meals were plain and lonely

For the emperor, life in the Forbidden City was not as opulent as one might imagine

26 Dec 2018 - 3:22PM

For the emperor, life in the Forbidden City was not as opulent as one might imagine

In the Forbidden City, the emperor’s meals were plain and lonely
How men became eunuchs to serve in imperial China’s Forbidden City

The presence of eunuchs in the Chinese court was a long-standing tradition. These emasculated men served as palace menials, spies and harem watchdogs.

25 Dec 2018 - 2:47PM

The presence of eunuchs in the Chinese court was a long-standing tradition. These emasculated men served as palace menials, spies and harem watchdogs.

How men became eunuchs to serve in imperial China’s Forbidden City
For Forbidden City concubines in imperial China, beauty was more of a curse than a blessing

Most women in the Forbidden City were employed as maids and servants, but there was also a select group of concubines whose task was to bear children for the emperor. Those who gave birth to male offspring were elevated to imperial consorts.

27 Dec 2018 - 4:15AM

Most women in the Forbidden City were employed as maids and servants, but there was also a select group of concubines whose task was to bear children for the emperor. Those who gave birth to male offspring were elevated to imperial consorts.

For Forbidden City concubines in imperial China, beauty was more of a curse than a blessing
A tale of two cities: how Shenzhen compares to Hong Kong

Forty years ago Shenzhen was a backwater town with a population of 20,000 and little industry or agriculture. But after Deng Xiaoping’s reforms the town developed rapidly and is arguably surpassing Hong Kong as China’s leading city for industry and technology

12 Dec 2018 - 3:47PM

Forty years ago Shenzhen was a backwater town with a population of 20,000 and little industry or agriculture. But after Deng Xiaoping’s reforms the town developed rapidly and is arguably surpassing Hong Kong as China’s leading city for industry and technology

A tale of two cities: how Shenzhen compares to Hong Kong
A tale of two cities: Shenzhen vs Hong Kong

Forty years ago Shenzhen was a backwater town with a population of 20,000 and little industry or agriculture. But after Deng Xiaoping’s reforms the town developed rapidly and is arguably surpassing Hong Kong as China’s leading city for industry and technology

4 Feb 2019 - 4:46PM

Forty years ago Shenzhen was a backwater town with a population of 20,000 and little industry or agriculture. But after Deng Xiaoping’s reforms the town developed rapidly and is arguably surpassing Hong Kong as China’s leading city for industry and technology

A tale of two cities: Shenzhen vs Hong Kong
Narcos: the hidden drug highways linking Asia and Latin America

As drug syndicates are expanding their global networks and forging deeper international connections, a growing number of vulnerable women and children are being trapped in the web.

6 Apr 2019 - 2:17AM

As drug syndicates are expanding their global networks and forging deeper international connections, a growing number of vulnerable women and children are being trapped in the web.

Narcos: the hidden drug highways linking Asia and Latin America
5G offers world's biggest mobile market a gateway to the industrial internet
'Made in China 2025': How Beijing is boosting its semiconductor industry
Chinese herbal tea: all you need to know about its history and health benefits
Forbidden City: a day in the life of a Chinese emperor
Gender equality in Asia: the good, the bad and the parity
Knife, spigot, chilli sauce: the making of a Forbidden City eunuch
Life inside the Forbidden City: how women were selected for service
Fifa World Cup: whose fans travel furthest to watch their team? Find out how far supporters go to follow their heroes at Russia 2018