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'Road to the Homeland' folk photography exhibition on display

(chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2015-12-18 19:22 Comments

'Road to the Homeland' folk photography exhibition on display

Mazar – The Soul Habitat of Uygur People taken by Uygur photographer Hayrat Aisa. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

"What we want to express through this photo exhibition is the common way of shooting with a full-length shot from distance or intrude through the ethnicity's cultural events. To get accurate photos of the ethnicities you have to respect and understand them, then you can capture that moment with your lens," said Na.

The exhibition is currently on display at the Xinyi Guibinlou in Lang Fang, North China's Hebei province. The exhibition will last until Jan 10. Visitors can learn about the stories behind the photos through various video presentations from the photographers.

A discussion session titled Nationality and Custom: Focus on the Spiritual Homeland will be held at 2 pm this Saturday at the same place where the exhibition is held.

If you go

10 am to 5 pm. Wednesday to Friday. Xinyi Guibinlou Hotel, Youyi Road, Conference Center, Development Zone, Langfang, Hebei, China.


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