February 20th, 2024

John Kamm began attending trade fairs in mainland China in 1976, which turned out to be an eventful Dragon Year with the Tang Shan earthquake, the death of Mao, and the downfall of the Gang of Four. The young Kamm found himself in the midst of historical events during a period of political upheaval. As his work took him throughout Guangzhou and the Guangdong province, he saw aspects of Chinese life unknown to those in the West. Read the latest John Kamm Remembers.

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