Far from the conventional urban Chinese background, increasing public curiosity stumbles across the highly individual views of Shanghai's vibrant LGBTQ community.
Once a country dominated by pop (and though it still has a dominant position in the market), it seems China’s music scene is becoming more diverse. Rave 'n Roll!
SHIN! Youth street photography emphasizes the attitude and personality of China’s youngsters and urban trendsetters -- aka the post-95s.
"Leading by example": The demolition of Beijing's hutongs. Stripping the inner city of its core urban culture aimed to facilitate the introduction of a uni-sized business "ecology". Architecture as a government tool in both China's national image-crafting and modern mindset-creating.
Lang Jingshan (郎靜山 in Chinese| August 4, 1892 – April 13, 1995) was the first Chinese photographer to take artistic nude shots. China's millennials have now taken up the torch.
Tattoos have been engraved in Chinese culture for a long time, yet for most of that history, they were stigmatized.
A nation decides to alter its political system as to open up and become more appealing to the outside world. In the process, the nation becomes more susceptible to global influences.