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Derrick Chang is a Canadian freelance photojournalist based in Hong Kong. His work has appeared in Time, the New York Times, CNN, South China Morning Post, The Standard Hong Kong, Huffington Post, Hong Kong Economic Times, Southern Weekend, and other Asian media outlets. Lives in Kowloon , Hong Kong. He also collaborates with NGOs, lectures at conferences and leads photography workshops and ...Читать далее →
Huang Qingjun Born in September 1971 in Daqing, Heilongjiang Province In January 1999, joined the Chinese Photographers' Association Now is the professional artist In June 2001, Steam Locomotive Photo Exhibition in Beijing Dazhong Photo Gallery Huang Qingjun has traveled all over China photographing this collection called Jiadang (Belongings). His travels took him over 10 years to 14 of the 33 Chinese provinces. He wanted to ...Читать далее →
Lu Guang, China, 1961, started with photography at the age of 20 when he was still working in a silk factory. In 1993 he attended the Tsinghua University in Beijing. In 2003 he won first prize at World Press Photo for his story on HIV. He has covered stories on Golddiggers, the SARS epedemic, the Qinghai-Tibet railway and many more. ...Читать далее →
Chinese Christians pray during a mass for Easter April 7, 2007 in Beijing, China. Chinese are largely flocking to traditional religions such as Buddhism and Taoism, many are also turning to Christianity and there are now around 10 million or more Catholics in China -- with about a third belonging to an "underground" church that has remained loyal to the ...Читать далее →
Для тих, хто ніколи не був у Китаї, ці ілюстрації здадуться фантастичними. Серія Алена Делорма (Alain Delorme), названа “Manufactured Totems” – це портрети трудових мігрантів, що працюють у Китаї. Ці чоловіки – справжні герої, які тягнуть на свої тендітні плечі десятикратні важкості. Як новий реаліст, Ален Делорм показує тонку грань дійсності і надає їй ніким не помічене значення. Ефемерні та нестійкі купи ...Читать далее →