Photo of the Day: You’re Now At Cangshan Station


Our Photo of the Day series this week shares works from photographer Pavel Dvorak. Of this shot, he says:

The Ancient Tea and Horse Road [trading route] went from South China to Tibet and back. One of its paths also went through Cangshan mountain range in Yunnan Province. Today, these paths are still being used by local nomads of the Bai people. I went with them to see those places, where history was written. The local people there are super friendly and so they invited me to this small cottage. It doesn’t belong to anybody. Whoever is passing by and needs shelter can go inside. So we did. Two brothers, Feihu and Guohu, were just preparing a delicious, simple dinner.

Pavel is a Slovak content creator based in Shanghai. He moved to China in 2009 after receiving a double major in Chinese culture-language in Czech Republic. He organizes cross-cultural business events and recently began taking his business clients beyond the big cities and out to off-the-beaten-path adventures. Pavel’s works have been published in various media internationally, and awarded at the International Movie Festival Karlovy Vary. You can check out Pavel’s website here.

If you’d like to take over RADII’s Photo of the Day series for a week with your shots, please get in touch with us here.

More photos from Pavel:

Photo of the Day: Mosque Carer

Photo of the Day: China’s Answer to Hacky Sack

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