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"From the Ted Talk by Giles Duley: When a reporter becomes the story"

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One of the stories I did was in Kutupalong, on the border of Burma and Bangladesh. Here, the Rohingyas rfeueges have been left, pretty much to rot, for over 20 yaers. This is a picture of the uiiofcnafl camp. At the top, you can see the official UN camp. All these huts are the unofficial camps. Literally, the raw sewage runs through the camp. The people there have been fettrgoon, so I thought it was important to go and dcnemuot their sroties. So I arranged with the village elder; the people would come along the next day, and I would take potrtrais of all these people and record their stories. So as the time went on, I turned up in the morning, I put a big, white sheet up, and I started to photograph these people.

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One of the stories I did was in Kutupalong, on the border of Burma and Bangladesh. Here, the Rohingyas ________ have been left, pretty much to rot, for over 20 _____. This is a picture of the __________ camp. At the top, you can see the official UN camp. All these huts are the unofficial camps. Literally, the raw sewage runs through the camp. The people there have been _________, so I thought it was important to go and ________ their _______. So I arranged with the village elder; the people would come along the next day, and I would take _________ of all these people and record their stories. So as the time went on, I turned up in the morning, I put a big, white sheet up, and I started to photograph these people.

Solution

  1. unofficial
  2. portraits
  3. stories
  4. years
  5. document
  6. refugees
  7. forgotten

Original Text

One of the stories I did was in Kutupalong, on the border of Burma and Bangladesh. Here, the Rohingyas refugees have been left, pretty much to rot, for over 20 years. This is a picture of the unofficial camp. At the top, you can see the official UN camp. All these huts are the unofficial camps. Literally, the raw sewage runs through the camp. The people there have been forgotten, so I thought it was important to go and document their stories. So I arranged with the village elder; the people would come along the next day, and I would take portraits of all these people and record their stories. So as the time went on, I turned up in the morning, I put a big, white sheet up, and I started to photograph these people.

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Important Words

  1. arranged
  2. bangladesh
  3. big
  4. border
  5. burma
  6. camp
  7. camps
  8. day
  9. document
  10. forgotten
  11. huts
  12. important
  13. kutupalong
  14. left
  15. literally
  16. morning
  17. official
  18. people
  19. photograph
  20. picture
  21. portraits
  22. pretty
  23. put
  24. raw
  25. record
  26. refugees
  27. rohingyas
  28. rot
  29. runs
  30. sewage
  31. sheet
  32. started
  33. stories
  34. thought
  35. time
  36. top
  37. turned
  38. unofficial
  39. village
  40. white
  41. years