The mystery of the orient that is China continues to provide the perfect political backdrop to best-selling books about international espionage, Communist capers, Sino-spies and even true-crime.
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If you think you know what China is like, an attentive encounter with this photograph collection may surprise you many times over.
One can’t help but wonder how these two nomadic warriors can go so long without bathing or brushing their teeth.
And while the quality of the pictures is not coffee table standard, the lack of gloss emphasizes the absence of Photoshopped trickery that characterizes other photo books. This is an honest work.
The American photojournalist spent two years traveling 35,000 miles through every province of China to photograph this 900-photo book.