After three very intense months of work on our amazingly successful fundraising campaign, November has been a quieter month spent tying up loose ends and preparing for the long edit of our feature-length documentary, 'Sisters For Sale'.
Those of you who chose to receive photographic prints from the campaign can expect to receive them in the coming week, if you haven't already.
Those of you who contributed more than once to the campaign can expect to receive your bonus rewards soon.
Don't know what to get that special someone?
At the suggestion of one of our supporters, we now have gift cards available for the holiday season, so you can spread the holiday cheer and make a positive difference in the world.
If you make a contribution of $25 or more in someone else's name this month, both your name and theirs will be credited on our website, and you can receive a gift card with their name as a customised digital file to print.
Contributions can be made here on our website, with details arranged afterwards by email.
Interviews and articles
After an 18-month break from doing interviews, I recently agreed to a few interviews and articles on my work.
Dustin Main explores the more technical side of 'Sisters For Sale' on his travel/technology site Too Many Adapters.
Matteo Damiani examines the search and attempted rescue of my kidnapped friends on China Underground.
An Italian translation of Matteo's interview can be found on CinaOggi.
Annelies Vercruysse takes a more personal angle on the Dutch-language travel site Reishonger.