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© MA HONGJIE - Photographer spends 11 years documenting families around China with all their belongings

Fu Naguo's family grows rice and sugar cane in Echa village, Dongfang city in Hainan Province.   There only source of income is from selling wild berries they pick from the mountainside, making about 600 yuan ($96) per year.

Photographer documents possessions of Chinese families

Ma Hongjie's photo journal of China - families displaying everything they own.

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Photographer Ma Hongjie has spent the past 11 years documenting different

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Photographer Ma Hongjie has spent the past 11 years documenting different

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Photographer Ma Hongjie has spent the past 11 years documenting different

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Photographer spends 11 years documenting families around China with all their belongings

Xiangyang Village, Moudao Town, Lichuan City, Hubei Province

Home in Xiangyang Village, Moudao Town, Lichuan City, Hubei Province

Chinese Families Pose With Their ‘Possessions’: 20 Stunning Photos

Photographer spends 11 years documenting families around China with all their belongings

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Photographer spends 11 years documenting families around China with all their belongings

Chinese families with everything they own

I traveled across China photographing families with everything they own

Photographer spends 11 years documenting families around China with all their belongings

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Photographer Ma Hongjie has spent the past 11 years documenting different

Portraits of China's People (and Their Possessions)

Portraits of China's People (and Their Possessions)

Huang Qingjun Family Stuff The Chinese society accelerates its structural transformation since it initiated the progress of modernization.

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Since Chinese photographer Ma Hongjie has asked dozens of families across the country to empty their homes and pose in front of everything they own.

"Family Possessions" by Huang Qingjun and Ma Hongjie, showing the furniture and household items of ordinary families in China.

Photographer Ma Hongjie has spent the past 11 years documenting different

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