China: Ties to the Land

Exhibition - Visual arts - Photography

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May 1 to October 31 2021
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
4101, rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC Canada
H1X 2B2

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A journey full of beauty and humanity!

The Chinese Garden invites you to meet a rural Chinese family that lives, works and experiences the land in its own way. In a small Dai village in Yunnan, the Zhous grow bananas. They live at the pace of the Chinese land, which feeds them, connects them and makes huge demands on their ingenuity and resilience. But these farmers are very attached to their land. It’s a part of their identity. By revealing their stories through previously unpublished photos and accounts, this exhibition is a journey of sorts that may spur you to reconsider your own relationship with the land.

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