MIL OSI Translation. Region: Germany / Deutschland –
Source: Swiss Canton Zug – news in German
It has been more than 15 years since Pascal Nufer set foot in the Middle Kingdom for the first time. His fascination for this huge country, which is developing unchecked with giant strides and gaining influence, has never diminished. On the contrary: after completing his work as a correspondent for SRF, he returned to China to meet the Chinese people and their culture again. He wants to make the voices of those people heard who live in this extraordinary country, which has married communism to capitalism and whose children do not want to fit into any common scheme.
It’s a search for those nuances that he often had to depict in black and white during his time as a journalist. What is the importance of family and relationships in modern China? How about religion and spirituality? What soundtrack are China’s youth dancing to? And where is there still untouched nature and freedom in this country?
With these questions in his luggage, Pascal Nufer travels across the country again and, despite the flare-up of the Corona-19 virus, drifts in his search for reconciliation with the wild dragon of the east.
Wonderful photos enrich this book well worth reading.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.