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China meets Australia through images

By Lin Qi | China Daily | Updated: 2012-11-16 06:19

Australian artist Jason Wing loves to take a stroll around Fangjiacun village, in northeast suburban Beijing, his temporary home for three months. He is a resident artist at the village's Red Gate Gallery's studio.

China meets Australia through images

He always finds it interesting and fascinating to see piles of bricks scattered everywhere. One day he couldn't help himself - he painted the Australian aboriginal flag on a wall of bricks. The next day, a construction site nearby used up those bricks as part of their building project.

He recorded the whole process with six colored photos, and named the series The Great Wall.

China meets Australia through images

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