I have finished my photo book. It is titled - Expressing the Orient: A Photo Exploration of China.
Here is the cover:
Expressing the Orient is 70 pages of color photographs that I took during my three years in China. Some of the most interesting places in China are featured. Chinese people, both the Han majority and ethnic minorities, distinct landscapes, and the contrast between ancient history and contemporary development are themes explored in the book.
The book can be purchased from blurb.com here.
The book ships anywhere in the US as well as internationally. Just now, I looked at Blurb's Shipping Calculator. Shipping rates are actually quite reasonable across the globe (the book is "Standard Landscape" and is 70 pages). The one place Blurb does not appear to ship to is China. If you are in China and would like to purchase a copy of the book, email me at markschinablog at gmail dot com and we can work something out.
You can see a the first few pages of the book here:
I'm really happy with the way this book came out and hope that you can enjoy it.
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