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  • A woman uses her cellphone to take pictures of the Yuyuan Garden.<br />
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  • A woman uses her cellphone to take pictures of the Yuyuan Garden.<br />
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  • CHINA. A man using his cellphone during Chinese New Year in Ditan Park in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008.
  • CHINA. Shanghai. A man using his cellphone in the modern Pudong area. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country’s showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man using his cellphone whilst watching the opening ceremony of the Beijing Summer Olympics. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. Young man using a cellphone. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A young girl in a 'hutong' (traditonal home) that is being destroyed to make way for new developments aimed at modernising the city for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Cellphone numbers daub walls, left by people looking for work and people offering work. 2005
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man using his cellphone whilst watching the opening ceremony of the Beijing Summer Olympics. 2008
  • CHINA. Shanghai. A man using his cellphone in the modern Pudong area. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country's showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008.
  • CHINA. A man using his cellphone during Chinese New Year in Ditan Park in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man using a cellphone in the shopping district of Xidan . 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A woman using a cellphone in the shopping district of Xidan . 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man holding a cellphone. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A woman using a cellphone. 2008
  • CHINA. Beijing. A man using cellphone in the street. 2008
  • CHINA. Shanghai. Muslim men near the Oriental Pearl Tower. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country’s showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008
  • CHINA. Shanghai. A man in the modern Pudong area. Shanghai is a sprawling metropolis or 15 million people situated in south-east China. It is regarded as the country's showcase in development and modernity in modern China. This rapid development and modernization, never seen before on such a scale has however spawned countless environmental and social problems. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. An advertisement in the street of the Muslim district of 'Niu Jie'. 2005
  • CHINA. A woman holding a heart during Chinese New Year in Ditan Park in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008
  • CHINA. A woman holding a heart during Chinese New Year in Ditan Park in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008.
  • CHINA. A woman holding a heart during Chinese New Year in Ditan Park in Beijing.  Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is the most important festival and holiday in the Chinese calendar In mainland China, many people use this holiday to visit family and friends and also visit local temples to offer prayers to their ancestors. The roots of Chinese New Year lie in combined influences from Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and folk religions.  2008
  • People on the banks of the Ganges River in central Kolkata near the Howrah bridge.<br />
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  • Local Tibetans at Qinghai Lake. Qinghai Lake, China's largest inland body of water lies at over 3000m on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. The lake has been shrinking in recent decades, as a result of increased water-usage for local agriculture. Qinghai Province. China. 2010
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