Mr. Chuck Feeney loves central Viet Nam. He came to our region for one reason: He wanted to help.
It was only after I became Prime Minister that I came to know the full extent of what Chuck Feeney was doing around the country.
When I was director of the National Institute of Nephrology in Havana, I had long had an intense interest in doing a sustained study on chronic vascular diseases and their common risk factors, to identify markers and genetic issues related to these conditions.
Not many New Yorkers know who Chuck Feeney is, but in the decades ahead, tens of millions of residents will benefit from the impact his generosity has had and will have on the city.
When The Atlantic Philanthropies first approached the Magnum Foundation about this book, it quickly became apparent to both organizations that it would not be enough simply to produce a volume of memorable photographs.