The communistic red in China.
Do you understand Chinese?
I'm both Chinese and Taiwan,but i don't understand people in China actually.
Why? maybe the reasons are polity,education or culture probably.
To be a successful photojournalist, a photographer must be able to spot that composition that will capture the attention of their audience and draw interest to their story and The communistic red in China by ~chungi0331 does exactly that. A minimalistic composition with a strong, prominent, identifiable red, draws us in and makes us want to know more. (
hi my friend, i am from austria - europe ... and i don´t understand the same things like you here in my country ....
... i think that is one reason why we make art ... i made this one ( called capitalism ) [link]
Red has only recently been identified with Communism in China. Historically, red is the color of luck in China. Red is seen everywhere these days in China, not for Communism, for if you've been/lived there you know it doesn't exist, but for the traditional meaning of luck. I like the photo!
dear MYvonne,i really have to say thank for you.you are the first one who i met at [link] we talk a lot,right?i gotta something from what you says and what you look at.really thanx,my friend.
The DD made me so surprised and excited,and it annoy me also,cuz the ability of english...sometimes i want to say something more,but i cannot express that well,dunno.
thanx again ,this will push me to do the best.
I'm Chinese too, but I can't read what that says . . . I don't know if I can really judge the people in China because I don't live there and I don't know them well enough to say whether I understand them or not, but most likely not because of the stuff that's going on right now with the resurgence of anti-Japanese feelings. I love visiting China though, but I think that's because I only see one part of it, and not the entire picture.