Helping Nepalis rebuild after quake


Every little bit helps: Teo giving some contributions to a villager in Laprak.

JOHOR BARU: A software engineer and his friends are using their passion for photography to help rebuild a small mountainous village in Nepal that was devastated by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake last year.

Wilson Teo, who took up the hobby when he was 16, said their passion for photography usually took them to many exotic destinations and the road less travelled.

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