"Once, during the night, I was waiting for them on the beach, wanting to photograph them as they disembarked from the boats," writes Fred Dufour, a photographer based in China of his reporting trip to document the Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar for Bangladesh.
"They walked on the sand in silence, utterly exhausted, paying no attention to me. They looked like ghosts, coming onto land from the sea. Out of the dark, one little boy walked toward me, attracted by the light of my phone. He stopped in front of me, no expression on his face, holding his head in his hands. He seemed completely lost, not sure what to do next."