Jeremy Boo, winner of the ICRC Young Reporter Competition, is exhibiting Frozen War, an anthology of personal stories that chronicles the long-term psychological effects of war in Georgia, at the Print Gallery of The Arts House at The Old Parliament from 27 August to 9 September 2012.
Hachisu and the Lien Foundation presented two preview screenings of the Before We Forget documentary at The Arts House at The Old Parliament last Saturday for members of the press and invited guests. The film will be released in late 2012.
Jeremy returned today from the Republic of Georgia on a trip sponsored and organised by the International Committee of the Red Cross. His story, Home, about the struggles of the poor in Manila won him a place as one of 5 winners in the ICRC’s Young Reporter Competition 2010. He will be presenting his stories [...]
My introduction in today’s spread was shortened, perhaps for brevity or house style. This was what I wrote.
I’m not sure how long this will be up but there is an online version you may read in its entirety. While I am gratified to be written about in The Straits Times, there are three corrections I wish to make.