Personal Stories in the Context of Breaking News
Aired On: May 2, 2013
Ed Ou discusses personal stories of how people in the news are shaped and affected by the world changing around them.
Ed Ou is a Canadian photojournalist who has traveled to the Middle East, former Soviet Union, and Africa. His work has been recognized by POYi and World Press Photo, among others.
Ou started his career early as a teenager, covering the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah in southern Lebanon, and the fall of the Islamic Courts in Mogadishu, Somalia while studying in...
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PhotographerEd Ou is a Canadian photojournalist who has traveled to the Middle East, former Soviet Union, and Africa.