The lost world – Tibet : Noda masaya

Masaya Noda has traveled throughout Tibet for many years and tried to capture their reality.
He escaped the main road of a general traveler and digged deep into the lives of the Tibetans and looked inside them. He photographed the heartbreaking scenes of the Tibetan temple destroyed by the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the nomads who were forcibly relocated and lost their traditional culture, and the Tibetan capital Lhasa occupied by the martial law forces. Tibetans are being watched throughout their land.
Through this photo story, Masaya is hoping for freedom and peace in Tibet. In addition to his photography work, he is working with several organizations for peace in Tibet.

마사야 노다는 는 수년간 티벳 전역을 여행하며 그들의 현실을 포착하고자 노력하였다. 일반적인 여행자가 걷는 큰 길을 벗어나 티벳인들의 삶 속으로 깊숙이 파고들어 그들의 내면을 들여다 보았다. 중국 문화혁명에 의해 파괴된 티벳 사원, 강제로 이주되어 전통문화를 잃어버린 유목민, 계엄군에 의해 점령된 티벳 수도 라사(Lhasa) 등의 가슴 아픈 풍경을 사진으로 담았다. 티벳인들은 그들의 땅 전역에서 감시를 받고 있다. 이 포토 스토리를 통해 마사야는 티벳에 자유와 평화가 깃들기를 기원하고자 한다.  그는 사진 작업 이외에도 여러 티벳 평화를 위한 단체들과 협력하고 있다.   

มาซายะ โนดะ ได้เดินทางท่องเที่ยวไปทั่วทิเบตหลายปี และพยายามที่จะเก็บเกี่ยวความเป็นจริงของพวกเขา เขาได้หลีกหนีจากถนนสายหลักของนักท่องเที่ยวทั่วไป และขุดลึกลงไปยังวิถีชีวิตของชาวทิเบตและมองเข้าไปในพวกเขา เขาถ่ายภาพฉากอันน่าเศร้าใจของวัดทิเบตที่ถูกทำลายโดยการปฏิวัติทางวัฒนธรรมของจีน ผู้ลี้ภัยที่ถูกย้ายและสูญเสียวัฒนธรรมดั้งเดิมของพวกเขา และเมืองหลวงของทิเบตลาซาที่ถูกยึดครองโดยกองกำลังกฎอัยการศึก ชาวทิเบตกำลังเฝ้าดูแผ่นดินของพวกเขา จากเรื่องเล่าของภาพนี้ มาซายะ กำลังหวังว่าจะมีเสรีภาพและสันติภาพในทิเบต นอกเหนือจากงานถ่ายภาพ เขากำลังทำงานร่วมกับหลายองค์กรเพื่อสันติภาพในทิเบตด้วย

Masaya NODA

Born in 1974 in Japan, Photojournalist, Film director. His first encounter of Tibet was 20 years ago. Since then, he visited Tibet several times and is recording the current state of Tibet which is being lost. He got the Mainichi Newspapers prize, Ueno-Hikoma international prize, DAYS JAPAN international prize etc.
And he covered Fukushima after nuclear accident and produced a documentary movie ’The Will – 800 days at Fukushima’. The Grand Prix at Green Image International Film Festival Award etc. Member of the Japanese visual journalist Association (JVJA), Japan Professional Photographers Society (JPS)

1974 년 일본에서 출생, 포토 저널리스트. 티베트와의 첫 만남은 20 년 전이었다. 그 후, 그는 티베트를 여러 번 방문했으며 잃어버린 티베트의 현재 상태를 기록하고있다. 그는 마이니치 신문 상, 우에노히코마 international prize, DAYS JAPAN international prize 등을 수상하였다.

그리고 그는 원자력 사고 후 후쿠시마를 집중적으로 취재하였으며  다큐멘터리 영화 ‘The Will – 800 days at Fukushima’를 제작했다. Green Image  국제 영화제 그랑프리 등 일본 시각 언론인 협회 (JVJA), 일본 프로페셔널 포토그래퍼 협회 (JPS) 소속.