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Lishui China Photography Festival

I have been invited to be a guest curator at this international festival. I would like to have comments from anyone who has attended in the past or who can tell me more about the city of Lishui. continue reading

A Whale of a Tale

Taking photos of giant marine mammals can be tricky.First of all, they simply can’t be counted on to show up on set on time. Whale watching tour companies chart the movement of known pods and individuals to ensure that their trips offer the most likely chances of seeing whales but even then, getting dramatic images is challenging. What can you do to ensure that you get the best shots?I have ventured out to sea to observe whales off the coast of Canada,spending what seemed like a lot of... continue reading

The New China

The world prepares to visit China in great numbers for the 2008 Olympics. Many visitors may be surprised at the extent of China’s expansion. According to Businessweek, “China will soon be home to the world's largest airport, the world's first fully sustainable city, and the world's highest outdoor observation deck, to name just a few of its innovative architectural feats”.Interest in this booming economic marvel will extend long after the Olympic torch is extinguished as will demand for... continue reading

Sewing the past with future

This image belongs to "antique" category. It impresses me because it’s telling stories about my family.As a teenager in machinery school, I was dismounting everything. Most of those items were placed in learning category, meaning nobody will assemble them again. One item where I didn't have a liberty of such a careless approach was my mothers sewing machine.My great grandmother got it as a gift. In the time when there were no major confections but people made the wardrobe all... continue reading

Chinese National Day in Hong Kong

When I first arrived in Hong Kong in 2015 I thought the New year eve would be a perfect time to practice firework shooting. I went to the Tsim Tsa Tsui promenade since 9 pm to get a good spot for shooting but I was a newbie back then. All the photos were either overexposed, underexposed or wrong timing. I shrugged and thought 'Well, maybe next year'. Then, one day in 2016, my mom came to visit me and we walked along the Nathan road for sightseeing. Suddenly, police officers came to close down the... continue reading

Jiaxing Chinese Rice-pudding Museum

From my experience, the best way to underground the history of a city is to visit the museum, especially the folk custom museum.Rice-pudding is a famous and traditional food in south of China, and it is also a folk custom in May 5th(China calendar).In this day, Chinese will eat rice-pudding and drink yellow wine(a special wine also maken by rice). And there being some traditional activity in this day to memory the famous hero----Wu Zixu...Of course, you could get all of those from Jiaxing Chinese... continue reading

Yin and Yang in the single ginkgo leaf

Yin and Yang are the famous signal in China culture.Yin means dark,negative,dead,sad...all of the bad things;and Yang means brightness,positive , birth...all of the good things.You could find Yin and Yang in everywhere,as you see,the single ginkgo leaf half yellow and half withered,that's a type of Yin and Yang. The ginkgo leaf lying on the grass,but it is the fallen leaf,and the underground are active grass,full filled with life, the Yin is covered by Yang. Yin and Yang is also a think... continue reading

Experiencing Chinese food

For a foreigner coming to China, adjusting to Chinese food can represent a challenge. In my first visit I couldn't accept and enjoy it so much, due to a great difference to western cuisine. At my second visit, I feel in LOVE with healthy and natural Chinese food.A healthy Chinese meal:  I heard a joke that a foreigner come to China and plan to stay one year to try all the cuisine in China, but after one year he is still in Guangdong province…The variety can be seen in every... continue reading

Traveling in China with a fixed-lens camera

My sister started studying in China in 2012 and I had the opportunity to visit her multiple times during her stay there. I always stayed for about a month each time so I can experience closely the culture, people and what interested me most as a photographer - life on the street.        I ditched my DSLR just before my first trip to China for a mirrorless fixed-lens Fuji camera in pursuit of rediscovering my favorite photography genre - street photography. The lenses and the bulky camera... continue reading

Streetfood in China

 I love food. Especially food from other countries. So whenever I travel, I try to taste something new. Ofcourse in China, the country of my wife, I skipped the grasshoppers and sharks on a stick. Instead I went for the steamed buns you can buy on the street. Grasshopper and snake I did try in the end though and to my suprise they weren't bad at all, but the steamed buns stay my absolute favorite. So what is your favorite streetfoodO, and it can be crowded in China :)  continue reading

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