China through British eyes in 1980s

Shanghai 1985 by Adrian Bradshaw

Toronto. Russ Forfar often alerts me to interesting scientific concepts potentially of use in future photographic endeavours. This time Russ sent me a note on a new book by the British photographer Adrian Bradshaw.

Adrian has been interested in China for decades. His book, “The Door Opened: 1980s China” was published in 2018 by Impress, London. An article on Bradshaw and the book was posted online by BBC News a few days ago on August 8th.

The article and Bradshaw’s photographs offer an insight into the middle kingdom, all the more relevant with Trump’s current trade bun-fight and the tête-à-tête with us and China over a Huawei executive and Canadians in China.

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