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Chinese female photographer captures life in war-torn Syria

By Sun Xiaoyu | | Updated: 2018-04-28 15:36
The students were singing Syrian nursery rhymes. [Photo by Li Yue/]

Li Yue has been preparing for her dream of being a war photographer for years. Her dream finally came true four months ago when she took an 11-day journey to Syria alone, shooting hundreds of photographs which reveal the life in the country.

The 29-year-old woman, also member of National Union of Journalists, has seven-year photography skills and extensive professional training in the conflict photography workshops in Spain.

After spending nearly eight months getting Syrian visa, Li started her 11-day solo journey to three Syrian cities: Damascus, Aleppo and Holmes on December 2017.

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