Ho Quang is a talented photographer and artist, who explored the country’s devastating homelessness, unemployment, and cases of child exploitation in his photo series, Untold Stories. Ho Quang was born in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in 1986. He’s learnt Graphic Design 5 years ago and be a part of serveral design company and agency. When he decided to study again in 2009, he’s found his interested in photography.
Vietnam’s recent economic gains have been accompanied by rapid urbanisation, unemployment and homelessness. This has forced many families and children to migrate to citires in search of a ” better life” – often putting children at risk of abuse and exploitation. However, the income and consumption gap between the porest and the richest quintile of the population has been widening ever since market based economic reforms began a decade ago.