Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing at his solo exhibition A Life in a Sea of Red. The photos have been published in a book of the same name. Photo: Nora Tam
Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing at his solo exhibition A Life in a Sea of Red. The photos have been published in a book of the same name. Photo: Nora Tam

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Poetry, drama, tragedy in images of China and Soviet Union shot by Chinese photojournalist 1980s and ’90s

  • Liu Heung Shing, a Pulitzer Prize winner, enjoyed a unique advantage in China as a Chinese person with local insight but the freedom of a foreign correspondent
  • The Hong Kong photojournalist captured images both of daily life and big events, from the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown in Beijing to the fall of the Soviet Union

Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing at his solo exhibition A Life in a Sea of Red. The photos have been published in a book of the same name. Photo: Nora Tam
Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing at his solo exhibition A Life in a Sea of Red. The photos have been published in a book of the same name. Photo: Nora Tam
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