- Right to liberty
- Labor Law
- The citizen and the state
- Human rights
- Human dignity
- Activists / NGOs
Yu Haibo is a filmmaker and a well-known Chinese social photographer, the Chief Photo Editor of the Shenzhen Economic Daily and the Director of the Shenzhen Professional Photographers Association. His most prominent photo story, China Dafen Oil Painting Village, won the 49th World Press Photography Contest 2006, and was exhibited by the San Francisco Modern Art Museum. Yu Haibo received a BA in Photography from the University of Wuhan, China and is a pioneer in surrealism photography in China for his work ‘On the other riverside of the illusion chain’, which won the top prize at the 15th National Photography Exhibition in 1988. Since 1989, he has been working on documentary photography, and his photo stories including "Tibet", "Music Youth", and "China’s urban expansion", have won many prizes and been exhibited internationally.
Selected: One Man’s Shenzhen (2012)
Yu Tianqi Kiki is a producer at Century Image Media Ltd. (China) and Associate Professor of Film and Screen Studies at Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry, based in Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Yu holds a BA in Film and TV Production, from the Westminster Film School, the University of Westminster, London, an MPhil in Sociology from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD in Documentary from the University of Westminster. She is the daughter of Yu Haibo.
Selected: Photographing Shenzhen (2007), Tube (2008), Memory of Home (2009)