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ARTS

Snap Judgment: Photographing Ethnic Groups, Sans Stereotype

No headdresses, no vacant stares: How young artists challenge the parameters of “ethnic” photography

ARTS

How to Take Authentic Photos of Life in China

From developing film in the shower in the 80s, to assisting in one of China’s earliest TV documentaries, a judge from our “Most China” photo contest reflects on what humanistic photography means to him

PHOTO STORY

Enter Our New “Most China” Photo Competition

TWOC’s new photo contest is open for submissions

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GALLERY

Beyond High Fashion: Li Xiaoliang’s New Way of Seeing

Beyond a glitzy career in fashion photography, Li Xiaoliang points his lens at gritty Chinese realities and faded Western illusions

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SOCIETY

Remembering Corky Lee

The photographer who documented 50 years of Chinese in American history

ARTS

Gallery: A Sense of Belongings

Art Factory exhibition “All We Love” mixes technology and nostalgia to ponder the meaning of home

TECHNOLOGY

A Picture’s Worth

China’s top stock photo distributor accused of monetizing public domain images, extorting customers in the name of copyright

ARTS

En Pointe

The highs and lows of a life dedicated to ballet

ARTS, HISTORY

Ode to ‘Opening Up’

TWOC gets the scoop on the new 40 Years of Reform exhibition at the National Museum

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TRAVEL

Gown Abroad

As marriage rates decline, a photography market is booming as young couples seek authenticity and conspicuous consumption overseas

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