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Top-20 Photo Books on China /* (Click to buy at Amazon.com)

Edward Burtynsky / Ted Fishman / Mark Kingwell / Marc Mayer: Burtynsky - China. 2006 (Steidl)

China's industrial, urban and military landscape. Breathtaking images.

Michael Yamashita / William Lindesay: The Great Wall: From Beginning to End. 2007 (Sterling)

Magnificiant images by Michael Yamashita, an award-winning National Geographic photographer.

Linda Butler: Yangtze Remembered: The River Beneath the Lake. 2004 (Stanford General Books)

A lost world in powerful photographs.

Marco Moretti: China: Kingdom of the Dragon. 2005 (White Star)

Modern skylines, ancient monuments, daring architecture, breathtaking landscapes, human diversity.

Bettina Rheims / Serge Bramly: Shanghai. 2004 (powerHouse Books)

Shanghai's modern women - depicted by famed erotic photographer Rheims. An antithesis to stereotypical images from China.

Images of book covers do not represent actual book formats. They were resized for editorial purposes.
In association with online bookseller Amazon.com  indicates tentative rating by GKH.

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