For the past eight years I have been photographing some of the last remaining women with bound feet in China. I have interviewed all these women about their foot binding and their lives during the Cultural Revolution and the great famine in China. The majority are between the ages of 80 and 100 years old and are from Shandong and Yunnan Provinces.
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