The Greater China Grant

Encouraging Photography In The Greater China Region

Submissions Listing

Current Submissions

These are all of the current grant submissions, newest first.

The New Tibetans

Paul Ratje - New Mexico, USA

The New Tibetans is a visual record of the Tibetan people during a crucial moment in history where modernization, consumerism and urbanization are changing the fabric of their culture in modern China.

No Place Like Home

Derek Man - London, United Kingdom

A photography project that explores the housing crisis in Hong Kong, bringing to light a shared global issue from the perspective of Hong Kong to an international audience. The realisation of the work will be a photobookt and possibly exhibition in hong Kongl. The work aims to engage local and international audience, encouraging discourse and allowing them to draw similarities and differences between what they know and the unfamiliar, and drawing their own parallels and discoveries

A Family of Three

Zhiyuan Yang - Beijing, China

A Family of Three, the project submitted for consideration explores the complex relationship between governmental legislation and family dynamics.

Public Intimacy

Richard Sobol - MA, USA

Shanghai is a city filled with contrasts as old and new cultures mix, mingle and crash into each other. The most wonderful example of this is the explosion of contemporary housing decorated with old-fashioned clotheslines and laundry racks filling every available open space.

Bridging the Chinese Diaspora and Greater China

Angela Wan - NY, USA

A project that aims to bring awareness to Chinese diaspora the importance of keeping cultural ties with the older Chinese generation in Greater China to preserve Chinese culture in a globalized socioeconomic world.

20 years in Southwest China, a period of rapid modernization.

Jonathan Kott - Washington , United States

A contrast of this period of unparalleled development and its effects on the people and their lifestyle.

Shanghai 1997-2017

James Leynse - New Jersey, United States

A 20 year project documenting the transformation of Shanghai into one of the most modern cities in the world.



Love in China in the town : Photographic project
The love as it is lived in Beijing, Canton, Shanghai. My project speaks about in love in the city. Photographing the human ones since many years I am interested particularly in their exchanges and the formal manner to present them. How in China do people consider their relationship with the other on this subject? It is a question of telling love and of representing it but in a metaphorical way and without being narrative.