The Working Class in China, 15 images - Magazine Over the years we collected many images of the nightmarish work conditions of Chinese migrant workers. Most of those people are like modern slaves with limited access to social insurance and suffering from more »
David Gamble (Cincinnati, 1890 - Sydney, 1968), grandson of James Gamble, founder of Procter & Gamble in 1837, visited China for four periods doing Christian social work for the Y.M.C.A and conducting social surveys. more »
Note to self: don’t goof around with drones on the 25th Anniversary of It-Which-Must-Not-Be-Named. Further note to self: Do Not Fly Quadcopter Over The Chinese NSA Intelligence Buildings. Amazing HDR photos and aerial video from Trey Ratcliff. more »
I’ve been to Xian four times now & each time I visit I’m amazed at how quickly the city is evolving into a futuristic yet historical city. This recent trip was for work & I experienced Xian’s growing industrial side & changing culture. Enjoy these photos of Xian- A New... more »
Though the link will lead you to a story about Chinese Premier Li Keqiang concluding his four-nation African tour Sunday and building ever-greater ties to the continent, the real story is the photo attached to the article. Global Times, rarely avoiding controversy (intended or not), has illustrated the article with... more »
Zhang Xiao is one of the most prominent young photographers working in China today. His frank, quiet images strike an uncanny balance between the mundane and the absurd. In 2010 his series “They” (《他们》, 2006-2009) earned him the Three Shadows Photography Award. He lives and works in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. more »
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