Faces of China
That being said, during my October trip to China there were too many wonderful faces to photograph, and I got some great images. Some... like the portrait of Shu Yang, Deputy GM of Yishan Golf Club and two I shot of Zhong Hua, the young lady to the left, who worked in the hotel at Yishan Golf Club and came to my rescue numerous times as I attempted to communicate with her friends and coworkers... are thoughtful portraits of people I developed a genuine affection for. Others... especially the ones of laborers on the golf course at Yinhong No. 6... were more like street photography, only without the street.
Anyway, I enjoyed taking these pictures immensely, and I hope you find them at least a little interesting!
You can see the entire gallery HERE.
Keywords: arthur shu, china, dave sansom, friends, golf course photographer, helpers, laborers, photography, zhong hua
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