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On an assignment for F Stop Lounge, Photojournalist and Documentary photographer Kenji Kwok explores Mekong Delta and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to document the daily lives of the locals and to learn more about its beautiful culture.
Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam is a beautiful country for all to photograph because of its hospitality and no shortage of interesting people. It’s a brilliant place to put your street photography into good use and don’t hesitate to ask and learn more about your subjects, especially if you have a guide that could help you translate.
Most Vietnamese people are more than happy for you to photograph them, but be sure to thank them with a smile after that — A good practice that you should inculcate for anyone else that you photograph.
Kenji Kwok is a photojournalist and documentary photographer from Singapore, whose work is driven by his belief to give others a channel to voice out their grievances, as well as to document the need for change regarding social issues around the world.