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Pulitzer Center Update June 14, 2009

Sean Gallagher's Photography Exhibit on Display in Beijing



Desertification is one of the most important environmental challenges facing the world today...

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In April of 2009, British photojournalist and Sean Gallagher was awarded a travel grant from the prestigious Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting to photograph 'China's Growing Sands', a multi-layered investigation into China's current battle against desertification. Travelling 4000km overland on China's 'desertification train' through Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, Gansu and Xinjiang provinces, this will be the first time a selection of Gallagher's images from this journey have been exhibited in mainland China. At 6 pm, Gallagher will give a brief introduction to the exhibition, including a description of the Pulitzer-sponsored project.

DATE: Saturday, July 4 2009.
TIME: 6-10pm
VENUE: Cafe Zarah. Gulou Dongdajie No.42, Dongcheng District. Beijing.
ENTRANCE: Free to FCCC members and non-members. FCCC members enjoy 20% off a wide selection of drinks on presentation of membership card.
SPEAKER: Sean Gallagher, China based Photojournalist and FCCC member


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