In the series of Landscape Wall, Ni Weihua had presented a stark social class divide in his images by contrasting sharply the the background of luxurious real estate advertissements in Shanghai or others cities in China, in costalcities in particular, and the workers at the bottom rung of the society living and working in Shanghai Officials around China.
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