Elderly patients wait for their names to be call for treatment as they sit outside a public medical centre premise in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on May 12, 2020. During the pandemic, many believe that senior citizens are most vulnerable and in higher risk of developing serious complications. Their immune system and chronic conditions require diligent effort to ensure they get timely and appropriate treatments.
Annice Lyn is a former national figure skater turned visual artist, documentary and sports photographer, who seeks to visual document story that resonate with its critical importance. In 2019, she strung for the Associated Press. The first & only female photographer based in Malaysia to be accredited for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in 2018, Annice’s works have been picked up by Forbes, Getty Images, The Guardian, Olympic NBC Sports, Malaysia Tatler and etc. Through her works, Annice Lyn was awarded by Women of the Future Award 2020 Southeast Asia as a nobel laureate under Arts & Culture and listed on Prestige Malaysia 40 Under 40 year 2020 honour. in 2020, she co-founded Women Photographers Malaysia; a collective aims to develop an inclusive culture to increase gender equality and empower women through visual storytelling.