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Dominic Chiu is a freelance photojournalist based in Hong Kong. Since graduating from the University of Hong Kong with a degree in economics and finance, he has worked as a freelancer for publications and NGOs. In 2017, he went to document the world’s largest cave Son Doong in Vietnam, published by the BBC. 

In addition to assignment work, Dominic pursues personal projects surrounding his hometown. In 2019, he covered the Hong Kong protests, which was awarded finalist in the 2020 World Report Award. In 2022, he was the winner of the National Geographic Hong Kong Photo Contest, and was accepted into the New York Portfolio Review by the New York Times photo department. Currently he is working on a long-term project in Hong Kong documenting stories of  brain cancer patients, hoping to uncover not only their struggles, but also their hope along a highly daunting path. 

He is now freelancing with the New York Times and SOPA Images. Work published in media includes BBC, National Geographic, The Guardian, Insider, Bloomberg, Forbes, etc. 


- 2022 NY Portfolio Review by the New York Times 

- 2021 National Geographic Hong Kong Photo Contest | Winner

- 2021 Foundry 

- 2020 World Report Award | Finalist 

- 2018 Kolga Photo Award | Finalist

- 2017 Hamdan International Photography Award (HIPA) | Finalist


- 2022 “Ukraine: A Love Story” | Hong Kong Cultural Centre 


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