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|by Xinhua writer Liu Xin
BEIJING adidas pharrell kengät , March 9 (Xinhua) -- It was a long, dark, snowy winter'snight in 1989. Two street lights sway in the darkness. Yann Laymawas behind the wheel of a jeep in the remote mountains of thesouthwest province of Guizhou.
Suddenly, the car ground to a halt and Yann, along with his twocompanions, had no choice but to walk over 10 kilometers to reachthe ethnic minority community he was going to photograph.
"We did not have enough clothes, so we put newspapers inside ourthin jackets to keep warm adidas superstar 2 punainen ," Yann said in pidgin Chinese.
However, they fell through an ice hole. "We were so cold and onthe edge of death," Yann said. "But the villagers dared not help usas China was at the very early beginning of opening-up," Yannexplained. Foreigners, especially in the more under-developedGuizhou, were still a rare sight.
"In their eyes, I was a ghost." Yann said. Finally a girl andher father offered them help. They gave Yann alcohol to warm thebody and emptied a bed for his rest.
This is just one of Yann's stories that span 30 years in China adidas superstar 2 musta ,during which he walked across most of the country.
In 1984, Yann was commissioned to take photographs for thenFrench president Francois Mitterand in the Elysee Palace, Paris,France, for one year. During this time, Francois recommended thatYann read Confucius, the famous ideologist and philosopher.
Through his reading adidas superstar 2 sininen , Yann fell in love with the far eastcountry.
The inspiration for moving to China came to him in a dream: "Idreamed of taking photographs in China."
It was to be his psychiatrist that suggested he follow his dreamand he gave him a camera.
After studying Chinese in Paris for one year, He went to Taiwanand was given the name "Yan Lei" (thunder in hell).
He moved to Beijing in 1985.
"When I first arrived, there was no expressway and the roadswere full of bicycles."
"The people wore grey and there was not much commercialindustry," he said. "But it was pure like water."
"It is difficult for young people today to understand whatBeijing was like as China has seen remarkable development over thepast few decades," Yann said.
In his words, China's beauty not only exists in colorful ethnicminority regions and grand landscapes, but can also could be foundin common daily life.
Some of his favorite images portray old women. "They all hadbound feet adidas superstar 2 valkoinen , a practice that crippled women both physically andspiritually in feudal society," Yann explained. "These images aresnapshots of real life that reflects real history."
His photos range from young people's underground disco party tothe operation of China's first stock exchange.
Even though his works seldom touch on politics, Yann said he hadbeen interrogated by the policemen when holding a camera in thestreet in 1980s.
"They would asked me what I was doing and what I photographing,"Yann said. "But I had not broken any rules."
In the 1980s, personal relationships with foreigners were rarein China. "Anyone who came into contact with me had to report andregister with the higher authorities," Yann told.
Yann can now walk and ride without any special attention fromothers across the country.
"It was truly a huge progress for China, which marks its moreinclusiveness adidas superstar 2 kengät ," Yann said. However, he still witnessed thetraditional cultures' fading during the country's rising.
"I returned to the village in Guizhou province in 1998," hesaid. "But I could not find the conventional life styles such asdiversified minority costumes."
To preserve his memory of China's 1980s to 1990s, he haspublished five books of photo collection, including newly launched"Yesterday's China" last month.
The selected photos in the book were captured from 1985 to 1995."People prefer to leaf through the pictures of juvenile and youthperiod," the book's publisher Na Rising noted, "since they carryour abundant memory of past time."
Yann Layma's story with China has not stopped. In 2005 adidas superstar slip on suomi , YannLayma was granted as the Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur due tohis great contribution to China-France culture exchanges.
Over three years ago, he met his current wife online. And now,they split their time between Beijing and Tours, France, with their10-month child. Yann spends a lot more time selling the works ofother Chinese photographers abroad.
Some people, in China and France, doubt his transition from artto commerce. "I just hope to live better though I am turning to bea businessman adidas superstar foundation suomi ," he responded. Enditem
By Xinhua writers Yang Shilong, Zhou Xiaozheng
NEW YORK, June 21 (Xinhua) -- A famous Chinese entrepreneur's high-profile rebuttal of a recent report by The New York Times has drawn a lot of attention across the Pacific in the past few days, reviving a long-lingering question: what makes U.S. mainstream media's reports about Chinese companies so controversial?
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During interviews with the Chinese media, Cao said that local government believes Fuyao's investment in Dayton has brought tremendous positive changes to the local community, calling the NYT report "a false one."
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