Hong Kong child author Annabel Lucy Yue was inspired to publish her first book at the age of six when she saw an ant gingerly crawling up a wall.
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Hong Nanli stands just 153 centimetres (5ft) tall and at 79 years-old this indefatigable grandmother is almost certainly the oldest working sports photographer in China, if not beyond.
It makes her a minor celebrity in a profession that is overwhelmingly male and macho and in which many of her peers are less than half her age.
But it is not just her fellow journalists who snap selfies with her at sports matches and press conferences. Players and coaches also often seek her out because she cuts such an incongruous figure.
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This what true lack of “Free Speech” looks like.
Not the “I don’t like what you have to say” version many have protested in this country.
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