"This is the second time I have covered a major natural disaster," writes AFP video reporter Agnes Bun, sent to cover the aftermath of the earthquake in Nepal. "The first was in Tacloban, in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan struck in November 2013. What strikes me in Nepal is how deeply reserved its people are. They don’t force a smile, but when tragedy strikes they take their faces in their hands, stare at the ground, try any way they can to hide their grief."
"Filming these people’s pain is a challenge. When someone is crying out, weeping, you get the sense they are calling for help. I feel less awkward training a camera on them – than on someone who is doing all they can to stay dignified and keep their feelings private."