china

Hibiscus

“Hibiscus” was shot during my first trip to China, which is of particular significance to me; despite being born and raised in Singapore, I am of Chinese ancestry. In Singapore, English is the national language, dialects are banned from mainstream ...
unborn cities

Unborn Cities is a body of work that explores the architectural structures and physical growth of new cities located in inner-mainland China. Unlike many Western cities that begin as small developments and grow in accordance to the local industries, gathering ...

Today China vigorously develops rural and urban economy of coastal areas. This economy-dominated development will often bring unexpected changes, gradually going deep into the region, family, religion, culture and thoughts. In 2014, I wandered along the southeast coast line and ...

This project, realized between april and june of 2015 across many chinese big cities, try to catch the landscape mutation in China. Since the 2000s, China has created a real estate bubble to encourage growth, using as concrete in 3 ...

This series is an excerpt from a larger series called 7 years in mainland China which is still in it’s final stages and will hopefully be published in book form. Davey Warren spent seven years living and working in China ...

Alexis Aubin is a documentary photographer, from Montreal, Qc Canada, His work aims to explore cultural expressions, diversity of lifestyles and the impact of systematic pressure on the contemporary beings. About the project: Shanghai is a metropolis of 23 million ...

Website of Ludica Luz The Middle Empire – is a documentary project made by brazilian photographers Arthur Monteiro and Isabela Lyrio. During 6 months, in 2010 and 2012, they traveled through 30 chinese cities and villages, passing by ancient and ...

Edited by Odeta Catana, Photo Editor. Jiwei Han Could you please tell us something about yourself? My name is Jiwei Han. I am a freelance photographer; I live in Beijing, China.

The Gokyo Lakes in the Khumbu region of Nepal sit in the high altitudes of the Himalayas, varying from 4,700-5,000 metres above sea level, making them the highest lake system in the world. The vibrant colour of each lake changes ...

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