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Ian Teh http://www.ianteh.com

Ian Teh http://www.ianteh.com

For his series China: Undercurrents, photographer Ian Teh took several 1000 km road-trips along the frontiers of Russia and North Korea along the Chinese border. "From the hustle and bustle of the Chinese markets catering to Russian tourists and entrepreneurs to the deadly quiet Chinese towns near the North Korean border, this work is an exploration of the surreal lives that exist in these artificial places, special economic zones that have been created by governmental mandates."

"China: Undercurrents" Photographs by Ian Teh

For his series China: Undercurrents, photographer Ian Teh took several 1000 km road-trips along the frontiers of Russia and North Korea along the Chinese border. "From the hustle and bustle of the Chinese markets catering to Russian tourists and entrepreneurs to the deadly quiet Chinese towns near the North Korean border, this work is an exploration of the surreal lives that exist in these artificial places, special economic zones that have been created by governmental mandates."

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea - My Modern Met

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea - My Modern Met

“China Undercurrents” photographs of life in a lesser known China by Ian Teh

“China Undercurrents” photographs of life in a lesser known China by Ian Teh

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea - My Modern Metropolis

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea - My Modern Metropolis

“China Undercurrents” photographs of life in a lesser known China by Ian Teh

“China Undercurrents” photographs of life in a lesser known China by Ian Teh

#Photoproject ► the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea ► #Ian_Teh

Documenting the Chinese Border Between Russia and North Korea

China Undercurrents: Ian Teh | EMPTY KINGDOM

China Undercurrents: Ian Teh | EMPTY KINGDOM

Northeast of Ngoring Lake, a residential development rises on the plateau. The Tibetans, who once occupied homes made of woven yak hair that were built to be moved around, now live in permanent structures. Evan Osnos on Ian Teh’s haunting photos of Chinese landscapes: http://nyr.kr/Yqm9dG (Photograph by Ian Teh)

Ian Teh’s Changed Chinese Landscapes

Northeast of Ngoring Lake, a residential development rises on the plateau. The Tibetans, who once occupied homes made of woven yak hair that were built to be moved around, now live in permanent structures. Evan Osnos on Ian Teh’s haunting photos of Chinese landscapes: http://nyr.kr/Yqm9dG (Photograph by Ian Teh)

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"China: Undercurrents" Photographs by Ian Teh

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