A military outpost becomes an artistic center

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Duration: 52’
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Available version: English
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In 1997, British photographer Chris Stowers spent time on an island in the Mazu Archipelago, located at the southeastern tip of Fujian Province, China.

The islands, with their picturesque villages and quaint customs, were already undergoing dramatic changes at the time, from a military outpost to an artistic center.

How has life changed today for a community that has lived under martial law for years? What does the future hold for these islands in a new world full of uncertainties?