VIDEO JOURNALISM

Producer, writer, editor, shooter of quick turnaround news video

News Packages

WORLD REFUGEE DAY;  VOA TAKES A LOOK AT REFUGEE CHALLENGES AROUND THE WORLD

There are more than 25 million refugees worldwide, people who were forced to flee their countries because of war and persecution. There are another 70 million people who were forced from their homes due to persecution, rights abuses, conflict and violence. World Refugee Day on Thursday (June 20th) focuses attention on their stories. (VOANews)

ICE RAIDS

Two weeks ago, U.S. President Donald Trump told the Democrats to fix the loopholes in the U.S. asylum laws or federal authorities would deport millions of undocumented immigrants through mass raids. Since then, immigrant communities around the country have organized to protest the threat, but some Americans feel those deportations should have happened a long time ago. (VOANews)

HUNDREDS DEMONSTRATE AS CHINA'S PRESIDENT ATTENDS NUCLEAR SUMMIT

Activists called for freedom for Tibet, environmental protections from nuclear waste, and the release of jailed political dissidents. (RFA)

WEB SERIES

FOOD BITES

Food Bites is a video series exploring immigrant chefs and food culture in the United States. I developed and co-edited this web series for affiliates of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, located across Asia.




A DAY IN THE LIFE OF

A Day in the Life Of is a short-form video series about the Asian diaspora. Through these profiles, audiences come to understand the many paths of the Asian diaspora and the diverse journeys people follow in search of their own American dream. I developed/co-edited this web series for affiliates of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, located across Asia.



TRAVELLING WITHOUT FOOTPRINTS

This is the first first introductory episode from a web series I co-produced for National Geographic International. You can see the full series at National Geographic TV.

BUSINESS SCENE


Business Scene is a series covering business news in Asia Pacific. It is a weekly segment produced and edited for affiliates at the US Agency for Global Media.

Additional News Video...written, produced, edited by me.

Indonesia's Tobacco Fields Put Children at Risk

In the rolling tobacco farms of Indonesia, a surprising site—children working the fields. It’s an illegal act in this country, where the standard minimum working age is 15 and children cannot work in hazardous industries.

HEALTH, FOOD SECURITY AND LIVELIHOODS AT STAKE IN CAMBODIA AS DROUGHT CONTINUES

Rotting buffalo, cows, and monkeys are showing up as citizens hope for the relief of rain.

ELECTION DAY 2016

Taking the pulse from a Democratic district in Washington, DC.

WATER CRISIS IN KAMPONG CHAM PROVINCE

Villagers are scrambling to find water in Reay Pay commune as local wells and ponds dry up. As the Oct-April dry season looms, villagers are asking the government for help. 

THOUSANDS MOURN THE DEATH OF SLAIN CAMBODIAN ACTIVIST KEM LEY

The funeral procession lasted 12 hours, beginning in Phnom Penh and ending in Ley’s hometown district, Tram Kak.

CITIZENS SPEAK OUT

Citizens speak out against the crack-down on freedoms in their city during a visit by Zhang Dejiang, a high-ranking official of China’s Communist Party.

ANCIENT ART BOKATOR IS STILL ALIVE IN CAMBODIA

The armies of Angkor used to perform it and now Cambodians want international recognition for it from UNESCO.

PAKISTANI HINDUS TAKE REFUGE IN INDIA

Some 400,000 Hindus fled discrimination in Pakistan and live in a Delhi area settlement.

THE FUTURE OF CHINESE OPERA IN THAILAND

As tastes in Thailand evolve and demographics change, a once booming Chinese opera tradition is under threat.

OPPOSITION LEADER KEM SOKHA SENTENCED BY CAMBODIAN COURT

The guilty verdict sparked protests across Phnom Penh and corruption allegations against Prime Minister Hun Sen's government.

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