Few people in the Western world know about the hidden beauty of China. Well….. of course it helps to have an ace photographer who can capture this land of enchantment as no other has. But these are some truly inspiring photos.
From the northeastern Chinese province of Laoning, people of the Sibe ethnic group carefully plant different types of rice to create amazing living works of art.
This doesn’t look very safe, but then again… China, am I right?
Hong Kong photographer Jo Farell has spent the last ten years documenting the last living foot binders in China. These women, the last in a thousand year tradition, wrapped their feet in tight bandages to keep them as small as possible.
Imgur user onohaha posted this amazing photo record of a hike he took along one of the seldom scene unrestored portions of The Great Wall of China where the wall is overgrown, abandoned, and crumbling into piles of stones. It’s a fascinating look at what centuries of neglect can do.
In China they have not only mastered the manipulation of large crowds of people, but they’ve also turned it into a hypnotic art form.
China may be booming, but it is at a great environmental price that future generations will be paying. This is the true price of the cheap crap you buy at Walmart.
In urban China where real estate is scarce, schools have become inventive with their physical education yards and put them on the roof where children can play, run, exercise, and get cancer since the air in China is basically vaporized death.
We love China! Since they probably own us, we’re contractually bound to be nice to them.
This makes me wonder if there are Chinese people wandering around with English tattoos that say "pillow" or "cat ass."