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As preparations for the Chinese New Year got underway, Liang Yingfei set up a roadside studio and asked migrants traveling home by motorbike to stop for a quick photograph. While in Cambodia for the Angkor Photo Festival & Workshops, Jia Yanan made portraits of transgender people with works of Western art.

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In the final galleries of 2016, the publishing juggernaut Tencent again shows its leadership in the documentary photography space, but iFeng’s choice to publish a personal photo gallery by Zhou Xin is also worth a good look, especially since personal photo essays are rare in China’s documentary space.

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In October, several publications marked the 80th Anniversary of the Chinese Communists’ Long March. We have chosen two stories that revisited this event and that were standouts, visually. Elsewhere, photographers followed stories both large and small, from public outcry about arctic animals on display in China’s southern city of Guangzhou to the superlative Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, from subterranean street photography of Beijing’s subway to China’s last match-producing factory....

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August 12 was the one-year anniversary of the devastating chemical explosion in Tianjin that damaged as many as 17,000 homes. Photographing events that took place in the past is always a challenge—one that photographer Mu Li handles with creativity and grace.

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Over the past few weeks, the publications Sina, Tencent, Caixin, China Youth Daily, and the publishing duo Sixth Tone/The Paper published photo stories on the intimate, the industrial, the private, and the political. Journalists Yan Cong and Ye Ming have rounded up the best documentary photography of the month published in China by Chinese photographers. Follow the links to see each gallery, with captions in Chinese.

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Welcome to ChinaFile’s inaugural “Depth of Field” column. In collaboration with Yuanjin Photo, an independent photo blog published by photographers Yan Cong and Ye Ming on the Chinese social media platform WeChat, we will highlight new and newsworthy photojournalism published in Chinese media by Chinese photographers. For each column, Yan, Ye, and ChinaFile’s David M. Barreda choose one image from each featured body of work, describe the project,...

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