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Ian Berry - CHINA. Guandong. Shenzhen. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. A downtown disco caters for the town's youth who have grown up on Hong Kong TV, whose four channels are the most popular in the province. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Video screens relay the markets to a packed stockbrokers office. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. A Disney-like playground is being developed in fields outside the city. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Colin CHAN, the controller of the China Bicycle Company. The company is developing modern
CHINA. Shenzhen. The stylish departure terminal in the new airport (opened in October 1991), which has no
CHINA. Shenzhen. The new city towers over the remains of the old fishing village (on the right) with a rar
CHINA. Shenzhen. The skyline of the new city, which continually increases. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Modern skyscrapers are still covered in scaffold in the Chinese way with bamboo poles and manned by skilful workers without safety harness or h
CHINA. Shenzhen. The interior of the stock exchange. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. An office of one of the cities many stockbrokers. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Workers start on the foundations of yet another tower block. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Workers at the China Bicycle Company, who need a special permit to work in the Shenzhen e
CHINA. Shenzhen. ShenzhenÕs youth is principally influenced by Western fashion and all the shop dummies ha
CHINA. Shenzhen. The sail-making factory of New Zealand entrepreneur Neil PRYDE, which has relocated from
CHINA. Shenzhen. Hong Kong's fashion sense can be seen to influence the dress of Shenzhen's youth. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. An old-style hawker in downtown Shenzhen.1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. A sign of the new freedoms allowed or taken in Shenzhen is the relaxed attitude of couple
CHINA. Shenzhen. A policeman scrutinises disembarking bus passengers. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Though prostitution is technically illegal in China, these girls sit outside a 'hairdress
CHINA. Shenzhen. Two female street vendors involved in a fight over a pitch, whilst the child of one of th
CHINA. Shenzhen. The tedium of pillion riding in rush-hour Shenzhen. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Hong Kong money is used freely throughout Shenzhen and indeed in the recently opened McDo
CHINA. Shenzhen. Companies like the China Bicycle Company are obliged to feed and house their own workforc
CHINA. Shenzhen. The mayor of Shenzhen cuts a cake to celebrate China's national holiday. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Businessmen from China and Hong Kong meet at a party to celebrate China's national holida
CHINA. Shenzhen. A giant poster of Deng Xiaoping who recently visited Shenzhen to encourage free enterpris
CHINA. Shenzhen. Companies like the China Bicycle Company are obliged to feed and house their workforce. 1
CHINA. Shenzhen. In contrast to the youth of Shenzhen, disco enthusiasts in their middle-age get up at 06.
CHINA. Shenzhen. Heavy advertising for Tiger beer. 1992.
China. Shenzhen. Lady welding bike forks at the China Bicycle Company. 1992
CHINA. Shenzhen. A giant poster of Deng XIAOPING, a great encourager of free enterprise, dominates one of
China. Guangdong. Shenzhen. Plastics factory.
China. Shenzhen. Sail-making factory. Sails. Yachts. Surfboards.
CHINA. Shenzhen. No man's land between the watchtowers of Hong Kong and China, accessible only to authorised fishermen. 1992.
CHINA. Shenzhen. A girl at the border between Hong Kong and China, standing in front of a giant poster sym
CHINA. Guangdong. Shenzhen. Ancient and modern China come together in this new industrial town. 1992.
China. Guangdong. Shenzhen. The China Bicycle Company.
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China. Guangdong. Shenzhen. The China Bicycle Company Headquarters.
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China. Guangdong. Shenzhen. Building site.
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