The Atlantic consistently uses excellent photography, but their 41-image photo essay about China raises the bar to a new level.
“As China’s population and economy continue to grow, the country is scrambling to solve challenges in housing, elder care, cultural and political institutions, the environment, and other areas of everyday life. Today’s collection, a recent gathering of images from across the nation, covers a range of subjects from wheelchair dancers to bear bile farms, a monkey-controlled robot arm to a Tibetan exile protester who set himself on fire earlier today, and much more.”
Brew some coffee, and enjoy this cultural feast through outstanding imagery. The complete set is here.