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Translation: Sharp Eyes—A Year in Rural Surveillance

Surveillance in Chinese cities is ubiquitous, with highly visible security cameras trained on most every intersection, public space, and building, but over the past decade, it has been seeping into the countryside as well. In an...

Photographing China, from Rich to Poor, East to West

The New York Times highlights two photography projects aiming to capture different aspects of China’s diversity. Following a six-month photographic trip across the United States, Mathias Braschler and Monika Fischer...

Slideshows: Reflections on China’s Migrant Workers

Reflections in a Chinese Eye has two rich posts about the state of migrant workers in China’s urban centers today.  The first, entitled ‘Systematic Government Theft of Migrant Workers’ Retirement...

Slideshow: A Flipbook on China

View the last 60 years of Chinese history through the Magnum lens. According to Slate, the photo agency’s China archive can be now be seen in motion: The series’ release coincides with FotoFest 2008: The Twelfth...

Photo Series: Trip to Tibet

0 These photos are from shengfalin ÊûóÂãùÁôº during a trip to Tibet in 2006-2007. See shengfalin’s flickr page for the rest of the collection and for additional photos from China.



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