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About Me



I took my first photograph in the summer of 1960 using a secondhand camera. Photography has become my passion and pastime ever since. I took photographic journalism in college and was active in a photographic club. I'll admit, over the years, I have "wasted" a lot of film.

With the advent of 5 megapixel cameras, I migrated to digital photography. My first personal photo exhibition was held in November 2003, in the Asian Culture Center in New York. The exhibition was opened by Ambassador Wang Guanya, Permanent Representative of Chine to the UN, and Ambassador Lui Biwei, Consul General of China to New York.

I still considers myself a photojournalist of sorts. Capturing the critical moment of the action gives me the most satisfaction. The incessant pursuit of technical perfection by itself would not product great pictures. It is contingent on one's apt reaction when opportunity presents itself.

Outside of photography, I've worked in the UN since 1973. You can reach me through the Contact Me form below. Thanks for dropping by!

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