Neo Xiaobin, 31, has been a photojournalist with The Straits Times since April 2010. She first joined My Paper, a bilingual freesheet, in 2007 after graduating from Nanyang Technological University's Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information as a journalism major. She believes that good photojournalism has an ability to move and connect people.
Philipp Aldrup, 42, is a photographer from Germany who has been based in Asia for more than 10 years. He seeks places of unsettling beauty and scenes that contain fragments of all dimensions of time - present, past and future. He tries to refill the surroundings with disquieting and hopeful dreams without which life would be woefully mind-numbing (http://www.behance.net/uebersee).
Nguan, 41, creates photographs about living and longing in the city. His work is part of the ongoing exhibition Once Upon This Island at the Singapore Art Museum.
Our new fortnight-long contest theme, A Nation Mourns, is to mark the recent passing of Singapore's founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew. Send in your photos before 11.59pm this Thursday or the next and stand to win $500.
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