16 December 2019
7.30pm - 9.00pm (doors open at 7.00pm)
Grosvenor Museum, 27 Grosvenor Street, Chester, CH1 2DD
From £5.00 per person RGS-IBG members free
Jim Holmes has spent 30 years documenting humanitarian work worldwide with a focus on the individuals and communities affected. Jim is a freelance documentary photographer now living in Chester. He has worked in almost 50 countries throughout Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia including collectively living in Vietnam, Laos and Japan for over 20 years. His lecture follows one of the world’s mightiest rivers as it flows through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and out into the sea. Will the vast hydropower dams change this waterway for ever?
Joint event with the Society of Thirteen.
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