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Global Times reports that high-end photography gear has become a sign of officials’ illicit income, in a similar vein to the luxury wristwatches
China’s family planning policy, better known in the West as the one-child policy, was enacted in 1979 to address the social, environmental,
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Originally from San Francisco, photographer and explorer Tom Carter spent two years backpacking 35,000 miles across all 33 Chinese provinces
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