The 2017 edition of the Lianzhou Photo Festival, held from December 2, 2017 to January 2, 2018, mainly focused on the selfie and looked at how social networks have changed photography. Among the works presented were Enari Tsuneo’s War Orphans, the story of children who were left behind when the Japanese Development Group stationed in Manchuria fled the war when in 1945 Manchukuo was invaded by the Soviet army; Dragon Zheng’s Interface Syndrome who looks at the photographic image as a kind of fiction rather than a reproduction of reality ; EyesonChinaProject, a group of photographers who aim to provide people...
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