World Press Photo 2016

Neo Xiaobin

Neo Xiaobin has been a photojournalist with The Straits Times since 2010. She first joined the now-defunct my paper, a bilingual freesheet, in 2007 after graduating from Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information as a journalism major.

While visual storytelling has evolved in different forms, the fundamentals of good journalism remain unchanged, and she believes in its purpose and ability to move, educate and connect people.

Topic: Home in Focus: Stories from the Little Red Dot

Everyone has a story to tell and every story has its message. As a visual storyteller, Xiaobin wants to tell the stories of everyday people in the way she knows best - through still and moving images. A story told well, expands our awareness of what is happening around us. Good stories can be found in our own backyard and Xiaobin shares some of these stories about our community that have been produced by The Straits Times picture desk in the past year.

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