photographic essays

photographic essays

A Hundred Stories | By Michelle Ma

A Hundred Stories | By Michelle Ma Qinglian, who worked as a chemistry professor in southern regions of China, suffered under cancer caused by radiation. She passed away when my father was 18 years old. My grandpa, a stubborn literature Professor, was blamed for his lacking tender to his wife. Since then, chemistry and literature was considered a …

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Miniature Soldiers | By Aude Osnowycz

Miniature Soldiers By Aude Osnowycz For the last six years, I have been documenting the militarization and recruitment of youth in the post-Soviet space, particularly in Ukraine and Russia. There are military schools of excellence, ultranationalist paramilitary camps, patriotic youth movements. It is not uncommon to see parents marveling at their children of barely 8 …

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Catching Mice | By Jimmy Lam

Catching Mice By Jimmy Lam Deng Xiaoping once said, “It does not matter whether a cat is black or white, as long as it catches mice.”  These words ushered in China’s ‘Reform and Opening Up’ in 1979, transforming a country then in complete turmoil during the Cultural Revolution from 1966 to 1976, into what is now …

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History of Life | By Cai Dongdong

History of Life By Cai Dongdong Captured through the eyes of ordinary Chinese citizens before, during, and after the cultural revolution and curated by one of China’s most talented visual artists, “History of Life” presents a fascinating story on the determination of the human spirit. A collection of 415 restored photographs chronicling the history of modern China from …

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