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THE MOST DANGEROUS THINGS: Interview with Alan Chin



Alan Chin is a photojournalist whose photographs have been published by The New York Times, US New & World Report, Newsweek, COLORS, and Esquire. His career began at Tianenmen Square where, on a visit to China as a tourist at the age of eighteen, he found himself shooting the democracy uprising and its violent suppression by the Chinese military. Since then he has documented many subjects, including wars, crime scenes, and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Chin has exhibited at the Asian-American Arts Centre and his work is included in the collection of the Museum Of Modern Art. A selection of his photos can be viewed online at sashawolf.com, lightstalkers.org, and pixelpress.org. Chin lives in his hometown of New York City.


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