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Branson Quenzer

For over a decade, branson has chased bygone eras in a vastly changing Chinese landscape. Getting a final glimpse of the simple ways of the peasants and the countryside’s of NE China before the economic boom sweeps them away. Beyond NE China, branson also spends an inordinate amount of time travelling without a destination, rather a general direction guided by instinct. branson has a Master’s Degree in Economics giving him a concept of seeing the world through a system of interlinking processes and changes which he explores in his photography and art. He is originally from New Mexico.

“In any group there is always a teacher amongst it”—Confucius said… And that is certainly true for my life here in Harbin. One moment I am learning and another I am the teacher. That is one of the main reasons that I stay in China, its dynamism. Studying political economy is more than class, it is a way of looking at life and investigating your surroundings. So how long does it take to get to know all of Harbin? My answer would be that it changes just faster than your ability to comprehend it.

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