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May 19th, 2007 16 Comments

Beijing Pictures

Beijing People Photography
Beijing People Photography pictures (1 of 14)

I know you are probably more interested in the foods I had in Beijing, but I wanted to share some people photography I took in Beijing first.

I love shooting photos of local people when I travel–be it an old man sitting by a narrow alley in hutong, local vendors busy with their daily lives, or a dog whose home is Beijing–these are the kind of shots that would always remind me of what is real of the place I went to.

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  1. Allan Yap & Nigel A. Skelchy says:

    Hey RM great photog dear. Can’t wait till you’re back on food again. ;-) hehehe

  2. Anh says:

    I miss my short time in Beijing. Love the photo, RM. Please show us more Beijing life (people, food or whatever) through your lense. :)

  3. Munted kowhai says:

    absolutely beautiful photographs. Last time I was in Beijing, I only had a 16MB memory card. You can imagine how gutted I was….

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hello! Great pictures! But I can’t help but notice that, where are all the women??

  5. Jun says:

    Wow! Nice ppl pics! Good to hav a break fr the food pics– not that ur food pics aren’t great, mind u, but much as I admire ur food pics, I think ur ppl pics are reli beautiful as well :)

    Loved ur blog since stumbling onto it last year ;) Keep it up, fellow Penangite!

  6. Cynthia says:

    I’m hungry for the food :)

  7. tigerfish says:

    These are nice real shots. But how come all men, no women? Only women I see are the female tourists :O

  8. Passionate Eater says:

    I love it when you travel, because I spend hours looking at your wonderful photos. Thanks for bringing us along to Beijing!

  9. Nate 2.0 says:

    Not much of “old Beijing” left as modernisation has taken its toll. Only the old people are left.

    Looking forward to your food photos.

  10. Rasa Malaysia says:

    Allan and Nigel – thanks for your comment. Yeah, I have posted my food pictures…more appetizing then people shots I am sure. ;)

    Anh – will do. :)

    Munted Kowhai – I brought my 2G memory card. Hehe.

    Anonymous – I think most women in China are home-bound as that’s the traditional Chinese ways.

    Jun – are you Penang kaki lang? Thanks for your kind comment. I am really not that great in photography, just a wannabe. Hehe.

    Cynthia – I just posted my food photos, enjoy.

    Tiga – women are home bound in China traditionally…hehe. Men are out and about more, I think. :P

    PE – I am happy you enjoyed my photos.

    Nate – yeah, all the skyscrapers…it’s still great I found some old Beijing in the remaining hutong.

  11. pablopabla says:

    I always want to take pictures like these but shy to take. Afraid they might shoo me off!

  12. BuddingCook says:

    did the people notice you! cause your camera is mighty big! :D very nice pictures, as always. :D

  13. k.t.x says:

    i hv seen yr ‘people fotography’…really outstanding. i like it.

  14. Jun says:

    yes indeed i am kaki lang ;)

  15. Jackson says:

    great picture!!

  16. christine says:

    This is a beautiful photo. I have to see the rest. I can’t wait to hear all about your trip and get some tips from you. Im going to Beijing in October, I’m so excited! :)

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