Huangshan in the morning light.

The legendary mountain is the antetype of all picturesque mountains in Shan Shui style of traditional Chinese paintings.

(Photographed by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Traditional Huizhou Architectures by South Lake and the Moon Pond.

At Hong Cun village (宏村) in Anhui Province

(Photographed by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Lotus in South Lake.

At Hong Cun village (宏村) in Anhui Province

(Photographed by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Ducks in South Lake.

At Hong Cun village (宏村) in Anhui Province

(Photographed by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Snaps at gala dinner of WASM 2014, at The Langham Xintiandi Shanghai.
Glad that all the subjects like my snaps. One of them even put an “ad” online for me, and got inquiries right away. But when they heard I used merely a simple EVIL instead of a professional DSLR, they hesitated. Ugh… superficial world.. :p
(Photographed & re-touched by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Snaps at gala dinner of WASM 2014, at The Langham Xintiandi Shanghai.

Glad that all the subjects like my snaps. One of them even put an “ad” online for me, and got inquiries right away. But when they heard I used merely a simple EVIL instead of a professional DSLR, they hesitated. Ugh… superficial world.. :p

(Photographed & re-touched by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

Random snaps in the crowd on last week-end A&F opening. It was impossible to see the models when you were blocked by three circles of people… Luckily there were a few eye-candies in the crowd.

(Photograph by Xi via Canon Powershot G15)

As never have the luck to get any guidance or advice on photography, how to snap a good shot of the audience (as a group, not as an individual) is pretty challenging to me… Sigh.

— At the author lecture of Building Shanghai, held by British Council.

(Photographed & retouched by Xi, via Canon Powershot G15)

Shanghai has been the most international (or someone would say “westernized”) city of China since more than a hundred years ago.
(Painting exhibited in China Art Museum. Photographed by Xi)

Shanghai has been the most international (or someone would say “westernized”) city of China since more than a hundred years ago.

(Painting exhibited in China Art Museum. Photographed by Xi)

A few Russian etching prints exhibited in China Art Museum.

(Photographed by Xi)

(Photographed by Xi in China Art Museum)

(Photographed by Xi in China Art Museum)