An international photojournalist's photo essays of everyday life in China in an era of breakneck change.
China's dramatic modernization and opening to the West is laid out in living color in this compelling collection of in-depth photo essays by international photographer Forrest Anderson. As a photographer for Time magazine and other major publications, Anderson spent 13 years covering the momentous political, social and cultural changes China underwent in the 1980s and 1990s.
Anderson's account is chockfull of poignant, stunningly beautiful, thought provoking, tragic and humorous images of this amazing era. He and his wife, journalist-historian and graphic designer Donna Rouviere Anderson, culled this collection from more than 50,000 photos Anderson took in China between 1985 and 1998.
China specialists who are fluent in Mandarin Chinese, the Andersons have gone far beyond the superficial to produce an intimate portrait of a country in the throes of sweeping change.
This first of three books covers the cradle-to-grave progression of ordinary people's lives, the transformation of work and the economy, the countryside, and food. Upcoming second and third volumes cover significant political milestones and leaders, the military, transportation, development, environmental challenges, and the impact of the country's reforms on traditional Chinese culture, religion and nature.
Rouviere Media has enhanced thousands of lives through digital media for more than a decade. We have created all or part of more than 100 websites, produced print and e-books and created thousands of fine photographs as well as infographics and graphic designs. As we have expanded into apps, our mission remains the same - connecting the real and digital worlds seamlessly across channels and devices to solve problems and improve lives.
Forrest is an iOS app developer, web developer and international photojournalist whose pictures have been published in top international publications all over the world.
He speaks Mandarin and is experienced in working in China and Asia.
Donna is a graphic designer, writer/journalist and historian who has designed and project managed iOS apps, dozens of websites, six photo-illustrated books and many smaller graphic design projects. She has written hundreds of news stories for major international publications.
She crafts user-friendly apps, websites, books, infographics and illustrations for the general public on complex, significant topics - China and Asia, health, the environment, food and home. She speaks Mandarin.
We work for a flat rate of $60/hour for web design and development. To help you plan your budget, we provide estimates of the overall cost of projects. We are happy to work with you to bring your project into line with your budget through a variety of strategies such as using alternative technologies and phasing projects. We consider your long-term needs to create a cost strategy that will be affordable now and avoid expensive overhauls in the future as your needs change. Generally, the cost for a new website or an extensive redesign of a website starts at $5,000. Smaller projects are billed on a $60 per hour basis.
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