Following his much-lauded project “From Somewhere to Nowhere – China’s Internal Migrants”, photographer Andreas Seibert has focussed on another theme in his examination of everyday life in China today.
Photographers Archives: Andreas Seibert
Andreas Seibert (www.andreasseibert.com) born in 1970 in Switzerland. Since 2002, he has been working on a photographic essay about the life and work of China’s internal migrants and the changes that globalization has brought to China. He lives in Tokyo.
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