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Raul Vasquez

Raul Vasquez

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Profession: Photojournalist
Location: Beijing , China ( PEK )
Home base: Beijing, China
URL: http://www.raulvasquez.com
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Languages spoken: English, Spanish, French, Elementary Chinese
AIM/iChat: beijingfoto
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Mobile phone: +86-134-3650-4244
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Last login: almost 5 years ago
Member since: 25 Mar 2006 23:03


Raul Vasquez is an American freelance photojournalist based in Beijing, China since 2006. Formerly a staff photographer at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Texas, USA, his China work has appeared in many leading news publications such as the New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Bloomberg News, McClatchy Newspapers, Aftonbladet and many others.

In addition to his media clients, Raul also documents humanitarian work for international NGOs working in Asia and Africa. His photography work has been honored by The Global Health Workforce Alliance of the World Health Organization in 2008.

Raul is a 1997 graduate of Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts U.S.A.



Raul Vasquez. "Rebuilding Lives in China" Seattle Times , May 19 2008.
Raul Vasquez. In China, an unsettling gap grows Chicago Tribune , Jul 15 2007.
Raul Vasquez. "Confucius is making a comeback" Detroit Free Press , Jun 8 2007.
Raul Vasquez. No rest for China's tech entrepreneurs Chicago Tribune , Jun 4 2007.
Raul Vasquez. Chasing dot-com dream in China Chicago Tribune , Jun 3 2007.
Raul Vasquez. Sage for the ages makes a comeback Chicago Tribune , May 31 2007.
Raul Vasquez. "A wrecking ball for Beijing's history" Christian Science Monitor , May 25 2007.
Raul Vasquez. "In Beijing, fascination with cupcakes and cheesecake" Christian Science Monitor , May 3 2007.
Raul Vasquez. "The student body is kung-fu fighting" Christian Science Monitor , Mar 15 2007.
Raul Vasquez. "China's film furor draws attention to changing mores" Christian Science Monitor , Feb 2 2007.


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Korean publications contacts

I’m working on a story in Myanmar with a Korean and Boston, MA angle. Looking for any contacts in those regions who might be interested in photos of volunteer doctors working in post Buddhist monk uprising Myanmar.


17 Jan 2008 17:01 | 0 replies


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