After looking at You Li’s photos of Kashkar, I concluded that the idea behind them was to see the country as something other than an administrative area, a conclusion which she later confirmed. This Kashkar is not a specific geographical area, but “You Li’s Kashkar,” and for once we failed to find something like “emotion and survival,” which is supposedly the foundation of any work of reportage.
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