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The former domestic helper turned celebrated photographer shares her mother's migration story.
When Xyza Cruz Bacani sat down with Esquire Philippines on a quiet Sunday in January, the street photographer was taking a breather after her exhibit in Hong Kong, We are Like Air, which is also the same title as her new book.Ever ...
 
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The Magnum fellow continues to document survivors of human trafficking, migrant workers, highlighting their unbroken spirit rather than their victimhood.
"My mother still yells at me when I'm being stupid and stubborn. I do not think about it because it's bad for the ego. Ego kills creativity," says photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani.Since getting her work noticed by the New York Times' Lens ...
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