Unintended Homecoming started with no intention. The earliest image in the series was taken in 2010 when I was wandering in China for another project that was later entitled Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost. Yet Unintended Homecoming has continued my wandering across China. It is an open journey to gasp the life experience of others’ and of myself before they are diluted in my memory.
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