Malaysian photographer turns spotlight on old world traders and their stories

  • Arts
  • Monday, 02 Nov 2020

A photograph by Teo titled 'Rattan Furniture Maker'. Photo: Annice Teo Ann Lyn

Despite the pandemic and the movement control orders, this year has been an eventful one for self-taught photographer Annice Teo Ann Lyn.

She was part of a few photography exhibitions in Kuala Lumpur, including Bridging The Distance: Documenting National Responses To The Covid-19 Pandemic, HER. Perspective By Women Photographers Malaysia and a finalist in the Women Street Photographers Exhibition.

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