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On NPR Picture Show: A 5-Year Journey To Document LGBTQ Love Stories In China
shuran huang
Jul 8, 2019
Although China officially decriminalized homosexuality in 1997, activists say the stigma around being LGBTQ — and discussing it publicly — remains today. In the past few years, Chinese Web censors have made headlines for repeatedly targeting depictions of homosexuality.

During the Pride Month this year, I worked with Italian photographer Raul Ariano to edit and write about his five-year journey of photographing LGBTQ community in China.
 A 5-Year Journey To Document LGBTQ Love Stories In China
Over the course of five years, photographer Raul Ariano fulfilled his goal to "share stories of love, dignity and hope in a segment of society that tends to be hidden in China."

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Originally from China, Shuran Huang (she/her) is a photographer who currently based in Washington, D.C. Shuran’s work focuses on memory, family, and heritage through moments of intimacy, reflecting on the missing connections in her childhood.
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