/// The above set of photographs is an assortment of impromptu portraits of ordinary Chinese people of all ages. As citizens of the most populous country in the world, China’s “masses” are often perceived and contemplated in the abstract - their existence as unique, individual human beings attenuated by the magnitude of their numbers, and perhaps even by such phenotypic factors as the ubiquity of straight black hair among them. Taken throughout the four corners of this geographically and demographically vast and diverse country - from Liaoning in the northeast to Guangxi in the south; Ningxia and Gansu in the northwest to Shanghai in the east - these photographs are meant to “put a face” to the 1.3 billion individuals who constitute the People’s Republic of China.Tweet
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