SINGAPORE - When local freelance photographer Ukay Cheung, 43, sprained his back five years ago, he was out of action for two weeks.
If he had been in the midst of a project, such as a five-day shoot, "it would've been bad", said the father of one and sole breadwinner. His clients, however, agreed to postpone the scheduled shoots.
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