9 Dollars Fashion for Photography by Quentin Shih


Quentin Shih

Quentin Shih born in Tianjin, China in 1975, lives and works as a camera artist / film maker between New York and Beijing.

A self-taught photographer, he began to shoot photos in college for local underground musicians and artists. After graduation, he came to Beijing to develop his career as a professional photographer/artist. From 2000 to 2002, he participated in exhibitions in China and America with his fine art photographic works and his works have been collected by American museums, such as the Danforth Museum of Art and the Worcester Art Museum.

Architecture Photography by Lana Tannir

Lana Tannir

Born in the United States to a Croatian family and growing up in Munich (Germany), Lana Tannir has been immersed into a variety of cultures at a very young age. Being raised trilingually, speaking fluent German, English and Croatian along with some French and Russian, she has grown up with a strong desire to communicate her emotions, thoughts and opinions to the public in a universal language.

Satellite Photos Show China Building Artificial Archipelago

Satellite Photos Show China Building Artificial Archipelago

It seems strange that a remote patch of water would become the focus of international controversy and millions of dollars worth of infrastructure. But that’s exactly what’s happening in the South China Sea right now.

At a news conference today, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson spoke about the country’s project to reclaim seven reefs, turning them into actual islands using massive dredging machines that suck sand off the ocean and floor and deposit into the shallows using long hoses. “We are building shelters, aids for navigation, search and rescue as well as marine meteorological forecasting services, fishery services and other administrative services,” said the spokesperson, according to Reuters.