Fig. 4 by Adrian Suddenly Gordon

From the collection Zhua Ji 抓髻by Adrian Suddenly Gordon

Huairou, Penguin Park by Lois Conner

Huairou, Beijing by Lois Conner

Shanghai Huangpu River by Lois Conner

Shanghai by Lois Conner

Changchun, Jilin province by Lois Conner

Changchun, Jilin province by Lois Conner

Shanghai Brown Green Graffiti by Lois Conner

Shanghai by Lois Conner

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