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Under the Shadow —Surviving the Three Poles

Three Poles of the World: Polar bear, emperor penguin and Tibetan Chiru are the most representative wildlife anim

emperor penguin

Tibetan Chiru

Tibetan Chiru

Polar bear

Three Poles of the World: Polar bear, emperor penguin and Tibetan Chiru are the most representative wildlife animals of the North Pole, the South Pole and the “third pole” Qinghai-Tibetan plateau. These photography on wildlife animals are not pretentious nor deliberately beautifies them. It shows the real wildlife animals and their true living conditions in harsh environments.Winner of 16th China Pingyao International Photography Festival .


  • Curators / curators: Gu Ying
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  • Photographer profile: Member of China Photographers Association, a senior member of China Wildlife Conservation Association, committee member of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of China, invited photographer of the inscription committee of Hoh Xil for UNESCO World Heritage, and the deputy general secretary of the Hoh Xil Wildlife Conservation Society. She is also a former paragliding athletic for the Chinese national team, four-time national paragliding champion, and the first woman in China to set the record for point-to-point one hundred kilometers cross-country paragliding. She was injured during paragliding training for the national team in 2009, and during her time of recovering, she accidentally caught a picture of a flying Black-faced Spoonbill – an endangered bird listed in the China Red Data Book. The emotion of “flying freely likes a bird” became the inspiration for photography on birds. She started her career as a photographer shooting mainly birds and all kinds of wild animals around the globe. She spent a tremendous amount of time alone in the wild and set her footprints in 33 provinces in China, seven continents and four oceans, including the Arctic and Antarctic. Her photography on rare birds was selected into the Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. She actively participates in the wildlife conservation activities around the world. She is determined to record the wild animals by images and then hopes to make her humble effort to the environmental protection idea of biodiversity.
  • Country: China
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  • Exhibits quantity: 37
  • Providing way: Completed Exhibition