Fake People, 2016
Fake People, 2016

There is no Asian face on models in Chinese clothes stores. Especially in the city of Shanghai, more westernized elements are presented as pop culture. The origin can be traced back to modern Shanghainese culture during the period of Republic of China (1912-1949). Lu Xun, a leading figure of modern Chinese literature, published a prose in 1934 titled Have Chinese Lost Their Self-Confidence? The problem is still existing nowadays.

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Fake People, 2016
a04069.24.jpg
a04069.25.jpg
34.jpg
04.jpg
34.jpg
a01222.6.jpg
10.jpg
12.jpg
43.jpg
Fake People #16.jpg
a03244.26.jpg
a05414.19.jpg
Item #17.jpg
a08056.28.jpg
a05071.30.jpg
Fake People, 2016

There is no Asian face on models in Chinese clothes stores. Especially in the city of Shanghai, more westernized elements are presented as pop culture. The origin can be traced back to modern Shanghainese culture during the period of Republic of China (1912-1949). Lu Xun, a leading figure of modern Chinese literature, published a prose in 1934 titled Have Chinese Lost Their Self-Confidence? The problem is still existing nowadays.

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