April 21, 2012, it is gray and warm in this capital city art district. Spring has arrived in Beijing and pollen is floating in the air like snow. It is in this calm seasonal atmosphere that preparations are under way for the burgeoning Coachangdi PhotoSpring, a unique local photo festival that is celebrating its third edition.
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