That's China - - Editorial - By David W. Kay

Aland of ten mile lo­tus fields, be­witch­ing coun­try­side and at­mo­spheric grot­toes, Longyou is over­flow­ing with cul­tural and scenic riches. Set­ting off on a bus packed with for­eign pho­tog­ra­phers - in­ter­est­ing char­ac­ters from Ro­ma­nia, Ger­many, Pak­istan, the US and Bangladesh - we cursed the summer rains that threat­ened to dampen our col­lec­tive en­thu­si­asm, but, by the end of the day, we were bask­ing in the or­ange glow of a balmy, Longyou sun­set, one full of prom­ise and in­trigue. The third stop of the 2016 ‘Zhe­jiang through For­eign Eyes’ photography com­pe­ti­tion was a good time for all in­volved, as new friend­ships were forged and, of course, lots of fan­tas­tic pic­tures were taken by the tal­ented pool of travel-mad for­eign­ers who took part. To take part in the com­pe­ti­tion’s next stop, a trip to the sea­side city of Zhoushan, stay tuned and fol­low that’s China on their of­fi­cial Wechat plat­form


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