“Pulitzer winning photographer Liu Heung Shing is a renowned Chinese photographer and a former foreign correspondent. In a career spanning over 20 years he covered China, India, Korea, the US and former USSR for all the major publications.
China: Portrait of a Country is the new photography volume edited by Liu and brings together a vast selection of images by Chinese photographers since 1949, giving readers a visual journey across the great People’s Republic.

Via work by 88 Chinese photographers, this collection of images including some never seen before, shows how the Chinese people have blossomed in spite of enduring previous decades of extraordinary hardship.

China: Portrait of a Country is published by Taschen.”

– from the Frontline Club

Thu 25th September, 7.30pm Price: £10.00

Photography presentation followed by Q&A

Location: 13 Norfolk Place, London, W2 1QJ
Contact the Frontline Club to book


The New York Times features work from the book and some comments from Liu.

And The Guardian website displays some of the work from this  book .

Preview China: Portrait of a Country at Taschen including an excerpt of the text by Liu.