Yunjie Liao (b. 1987, Taiwan) is a freelance journalist, columnist and photographer based in Taiwan. Her endeavor in reporting had earned her 6 prestigious awards of journalism in Taiwan. After migrating from mainstream media to independent career and finishing a semi-autobiographic novel, she traveled extensively throughout the globe, covering environmental, humanitarian, social and political issues.
Her works were published by several dominant media of Taiwan- "The Reporter," "The Big Issue," "CW magazine," "Rhythms Monthly," "udn.com," "Apple Daily," etc. She has also contributed some photos to international media such as in Die Zeit, The Guardian, Al Jazeera and Bloomberg Businessweek.
Places she has been- Taiwan, China, Japan, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Nepal, India, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Czech, Slovakia, Slovenia, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, The United States, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Palestine, Ethiopia, Kenya, etc.
She is available for assignments in Taiwan and abroad.
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Belarus endured 70% of the radiation after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, but the authorities denied the danger of it, and reduced medical supports.
30 years later, survivors go back to their former homes in the disaster area, to coexist with the killer of their families. Innumerable lonely silhouettes stand in that remote place, recalling the homes they cannot return to.