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The World and Life Through the Eyes and Lens of a Photojournalist

An autobiography recounting the journey of an empowered woman


Education can be the most powerful weapon someone can possess. It opens your mind to possibilities and makes you more conscious about your capabilities. It gets you out of the box and gives you the freedom to choose who you want to be rather than trying to fit in the mold, the society or tradition had built.
This is how a photojournalist started her life journey and career. And she shares it with us through her book, “Life is a Wonderful Experience: Autobiography of a Photojournalist.” Marie Ueda, a Japanese born photojournalist shares her life experiences in this book with open mind.
Growing up as a post-war Japanese woman, she shares how education opened her thinking and made her pursue to see the world and experience everything it has to offer. Marie Ueda recounts her entire life commencing from the time General Douglas McArthur who saved a doomed Japan, up until she had reached the pinnacle of her career. How she got out from a traditional Japanesse woman. Marie also recounts the times she traveled the worl alone and she gain knowledge. She studied western civilizaton at three universities overseas, like Australia, England, Portugal, Spain, and most especially, the United States of America where she felt the most freedom she had ever had in her life.
As a professional photo journalist, she travel the world alone and showed her significant photos.

Overall, this is not just a book about someone’s life. This is a book to empower anyone who would want to venture outside their comfort zones and embrace the challenge that comes with chasing a dream. Witness life through the eyes and lens of Marie Ueda.
Grab a copy at:
Life Is a Wonderful Experience: Autobiography of a Photojournalist
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: December 2020
Pages: 251
Genre: Autobiography
Target Audience: Women of all ages.
About the Author
Marie Ueda is a Japanese born photojournalist and a book author. She has written the following books: “Testimony of the Twentieth Century: Before and After the Berlin Wall” (1996); “JAPAN 1945: Atomic Bomb/Emperor Hirohito/MacArthur” (2020); “PORTUGAL: Its history, people, and the Carnation Revolution” (2021); “A Cat who became American: An Immigrant Cat named Kinoko, a true story” (2021); “A Memoir of Chanticleer – Life of Louis Botto” (2021).

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