Every year, nearly 700,000 migrant workers come to Taiwan, and this stay is 5 to 8 years. This time in Taiwan has become a very special nutrient in their life journey, facing a completely different culture and life. , how did they fit in? How do you view life in Taiwan? One-Forty held the first "Voice of Migrant" Taiwan Migrant Photography Competition in 2019. Through these photographic works, we hope to re-understand them through the lens of Migrant and their eyes.
Of Taiwan. Migrant workers can also tell their stories, perspectives, and opinions to Taiwanese people through photos, and truly speak for photo background removing themselves. In 2020, we hope that such exchanges can continue. Therefore, we launched the second migrant worker photography competition [Voice of Migrant Workers], and expanded the application object to migrant workers of Filipino nationality. For the rich and diverse photographic works, the response was enthusiastic. We finally selected 12 award-winning works from more than 200 photographic works, and edited them into the first and the next two photo series. From the perspective of migrant workers, we can see that migrant workers are working overseas, whether it is from life , how you feel at work or with your employer.
"Always pray for you, Grandpa" Grandpa Baim, his name is deeply embedded in my memory. I lived with him for nearly 8 months, taking care of him and accompanying him. Because I am not fluent in Chinese, he sometimes gets angry with me, but he also teaches me Chinese little by little. In his tiny house, we were always together. Sometimes, when I was bored, I would chat with him, and my grandfather would repeat his words over and over again so that I could understand, and my Chinese vocabulary gradually increased. He suddenly got liver cancer, and he never complained about any of the ailments he suffered. He is 88 years old. To me, he was none other than my own grandfather. Although we sometimes have small