“Rat Tribe” explores the lives of low-waged migrant workers who live underground in Beijing and make up one-third of the city’s estimated 20 million people.
Chinese photographer Hei Ming takes one step further by re-taking portraits of some of the people in those pictures, decades later.
Some highlights at Xishuangbanna Foto Festival 2014 at Jinghong city by the Mekong River in Yunnan China.
To kick off the new year, Invisible Ph t grapher Asia will be presenting a Southeast Asia Showcase at the Xishuangbanna Foto Festival, China 2014.
In his famous photographic series called The flowing ‘Great Wall’, veteran Chinese photographer Wang Wenlan spent years documenting bicycles in China.
I walked for hours, often following the paths of the Jialing and Yangtze River. I had a camera with me and for the first time in a while I was taking pictures for its own joy.
Though leprosy is an old disease that is 100% curable and that merely affects people nowadays, there are over 600 leprosy villages in southern provinces of China.
The year was 2007. I just finished the photo diary project called My Little Dead Dick with my lover at the time. I was completely burned out.
Wang Fuchun’s photographs of the railroads of China – the locomotives and millions of travelers commuting to and fro big cities and small towns.
Tracing a personal narrative across the diverse geographies of these regions, Changsha tells the intimate stories of people living in a society set on fast-forward.
Asia Photographer Spotlight on documentary photographer Sheila Zhao, based in Beijing and Shanghai, China.
The overflow of China’s domestic travellers for a ‘Hawaiian beach holiday’ experience has worn out the island of Hainan (海南). With popularity and profits come pollution, over-crowding, and the effects of aggressive and unchecked profiteering.
Liu Bolin the invisible artist/photographer from China produces quite amazing photographs. Now you see him, now you don’t, Bolin spends about 10 hours shooting each photograph where he paints himself with the aid of assistants to blend into his landscape environment. Here are a few videos of Bolin and his work.
China’s scenic splendours meant little to me. So does its mythological rise to being a global power, a topic that photojournalists around the world are rushing to document. The future is not as meaningful to me as the past.
Produced by Panos Pictures, with photographs by Ian Teh, this is a journey into some of China’s most industrialised cities, a journey to the other side of the bright shiny facade that is the economy. It is a glimpse of another life and another world that is rarely seen. China’s economy is exploding and behind the scenes of this economic miracle is the industrial revolution powered by the cheap labour that is helping to build and sustain the economy. Coal for power, coal for steel, coal for cement. Coal and labour are the raw materials, the flip side and …