The exhibition ‘Visualizing the Voices of Migrant Women Workers’ at the University of Hong Kong on Friday, 10 February 2017, was a celebration of 10 year anniversary of Voices of Women Media.

The exhibition featured stories of journeys, work abroad and letters home as visualized by migrant women including migrant sex workers, domestic workers, marriage migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, women who have been trafficked, and informal workers. These participatory media projects with women in The Netherlands, India, Nepal, Taiwan, Indonesia and Hong Kong are based on Dr. Vivian Wenli Lin’s research project for Voices of Women (VOW) Media, ‘Visualizing our Voices: Self-Made Audiovisual Media by Women from Social, Economic and Cultural Margins in the Era of Global Migration’.