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Love animals? Visit this photo exhibition and raise funds to help them

Visit this photo exhibition to view a collection of photos of African animals taken by a Singapore photographer, and take the opportunity to contribute to the Wildlife Reserve Singapore too
 

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‘Pride’, taken by Dr Ng King Kang

If you’re an animal lover, don’t miss this chance to visit the ‘Eastern Pen, African Footsteps’ photo exhibition. Happening this September 16 to September 22, 2015 at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, prepared to be completely fascinated by stunning visuals of African animals.

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‘Family’, taken by Dr Ng King Kang

Taken by Singaporean journalist, author and songwriter Dr Ng King Kang, the 30 photos in the collection artfully depict the wildlife in the natural habitat of Africa. The exhibition documents Dr Ng’s encounters with the fascinating sights and characters across places such as Kenya, Botswana and Tanzania.

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‘Confidence’, taken by Dr Ng King Kang

Dr Ng has visited 280 cities in 70 countries, and this time, he used his wide knowledge and creativity to name the photos after the words which describe them best. If a particular photo catches your eye, you’ll also be able to buy it for a good cause. Part of the proceeds from the photos sold will be contributed to the Wildlife Reserve Singapore.

The ‘Eastern Pen, African Footsteps’ photo exhibition will take place from September 16 to September 22 at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, from 10am to 8pm daily.

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