Chinese photojournalist Muyi Xiao finds epic stories in everyday people

Throughout the years, Chinese photojournalist Muyi Xiao has crisscrossed the globe working on many projects. she has documented a Chinese man's search for his Fiancee, who was aboard missing Malaysian airlines flight mh370,

She has also recorded a Massachusetts Muslim couple who setup outside of Cambridge public library inviting passersby to ask them questions and engage in constructive dialogue about Islam.

Xiaos projects reveal the big issues that are found within small, individual stories and create an intimate connection between audience and subject

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