We at HoldingHands Studio would like to extend our deepest gratitude to Migrant Writers of Singapore for our founder, Tan Chin Hock to share his inspiring story and experiences with photography. This opportunity has not only allowed us to connect with a larger audience but has also encouraged more people to use the power of photography to make a positive impact on the world.
The event at Bishan Library also provided a unique opportunity for our Migrant Workers to showcase their work, share their journey, and reveal the transformative power of photography. Their heartfelt stories resonated with the audience, inspiring them to view the world through a new lens and consider how photography can be used as a tool for change.
We believe that photography is an incredible medium for self-expression, communication, and personal growth. The event at Bishan Library has helped to spread this message and has motivated many individuals to explore the art of photography for themselves. It is our hope that these new enthusiasts will continue to develop their skills and use their talents to make a difference in their own communities.
For those who were unable to attend the event, we are pleased to share that the speech delivered by Chin Hock is available on YouTube. We encourage you to watch the video, absorb the powerful messages, and let his story inspire you to use photography as a force for good in your own life.
Once again, we extend our heartfelt thanks to the Migrant Writers Of Singapore and Bishan Library team for their support and for providing a platform to share inspiring messages. We look forward to future collaborations and opportunities to engage with the community and inspire positive change through the art of photography.
With immense gratitude and appreciation,
The HoldingHands Studio Team