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Kjeld Duits

Kjeld Duits
Profession: Journalist/Photographer
Location: Kobe , Japan
Home base: Osaka, Japan
URL: http://www.JapaneseStreets.com
URL: http://www.meijishowa.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: English, Dutch, Japanese
Organization: JAPANESE STREETS
Journal: http://www.iKjeld.com
AIM/iChat: kjeldduits
Skype: Ikjeld ikjeld
Mobile phone: +81 (0)90-6241-6883
Work phone +81 (0)797-38-1482
Blood type: O+
Last login: about 3 years ago
Member since: 25 Jan 2006 01:01

About

Born in the Netherlands, I have lived and worked in Japan since 1982. I speak fluent Japanese and am completely familiar with both culture and customs of this country.

I work as a journalist and photographer for several daily newspapers and clients world wide. Organizations like Associated Press, EPA, The Times, Wired Magazine and Australia’s Herald Sun have carried my work and I have worked on TV and radio programs, for amongst others, the BBC and NHK. Over the years I have covered major news stories like the Kobe, Taiwan, India, Pakistan and China Earthquakes, the Tsunami Disaster of 2004 in Sri Lanka, Thailand and Aceh, Indonesia, and the train accident near Osaka in April 2005.

My photographs have been displayed at expositions in Japan, the UK, the Netherlands, Greece and Singapore.

In 2002, I launched JAPANESE STREETS, the world’s first English language fashion blog for Japanese street fashion. In 2010 I started MeijiShowa, a stock photo agency for old photos of Japan between the 1860s and 1930s.

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DAYS JAPAN International Photojournalism Awards

DAYS JAPAN:http://www.daysjapan.net has announced the 3rd DAYS JAPAN International Photojournalism Awards.

Almost three years have passed since the monthly photojournalism magazine was launched. During this period they never changed their strict policy of telling the truth from the side of victimized citizens.

Renowned photographers from around the world have contributed, risking their lives for a single shot.

For the 2006 awards, approximately 5,300 works were submitted from around the world. The award-winning photographs have been exhibited all over Japan and a great number of people were touched by these photos.

DAYS JAPAN once again invites photographers and journalists throughout the world to take part in the DAYS JAPAN International Photojournalism Awards. Photographs must be taken between January 2005 and December 2006. Send entries by post to DAYS JAPAN in Tokyo, Japan by January 15, 2007 with a “completed entry form”:http://www.daysjapan.net/e/award/index.html. Entries by E-mail are not accepted.

01 Dec 2006 12:12 | 0 replies

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