Filipino Migrant Worker Spends 10 Years Photographing Hong Kong

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27 year old domestic worker Xyza Cruz Bacani, a migrant worker from the Philippines, became famous for her street photographs of Hong Kong, where she travels to work. Her dark and gritty photos even earned her the Magnum Foundation’s Human Rights Fellowship for 2015, which will allow her to take an intensive six month photography study in New York and use her knowledge to improve human rights in her own country.

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