Harmony: Photographs from China

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Published by:
Ken Soldink
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
88 pages Saddle-stitched
Travel & Vacations
beijing, Canada, canon, chengdu, China, guilin, mountains, nature, pandas, people, photography, Sky, the great wall, yangshuo

China as a destination just kind of happened. I decided to pursue my thirst for the unknown, and the place most accepting was China. Something about it sounded wild, misunderstood, ripe for exploration. Teaching English and travelling fits well, at least for young caucasians, so I found a contract, and blindly began the undertaking.

I knew I was in for an uphill battle, never before being on my own, much less in a foreign country, and I believe this is why I have come away from it richer and fulfilled. Richer in a personal sense; I pushed myself to limits that were previously hidden, felt feelings previously unfelt, and in the most simple sense, I acquired. I collected. Experiences and memories.

Harmony: Harmony: Photographs from China

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