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Ying Tang, Untitled
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Ying Tang

Untitled, Shanghai, 2007
From the Space series
Website - YingPhotography.com

Ying Tang was born and raised in Shanghai, China. Her work has been featured in various newspaper and magazines. She worked for the New York Times and The International Herald Tribune in China, and Shanghai TV Weekly. She currently lives in Cologne, Germany and works as a freelance photographer.

Posted on Friday, November 19, 2010.

 

 

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