Michael Yamashita

Monks at the Labrang Monastery

$400

Monks at the Labrang Monastery in Gansu Province exhibit the Buddhist virtue of forebearance as they sit outside during a snowstorm. Founded in 1709, Labrang is one of the most important centers of Tibetan Buddhism outside of the Tibet Autonomous Region. 

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Photographer Bio:

Michael Yamashita is an American photographer who was born in San Francisco, but grew up in New Jersey. He graduated from Wesleyan University with a degree in Asian studies and later went to Japan for seven years. He began working for the National Geographic in 1979. For the past ten years he has specialized in Asia, including China and Tibet. He is also an author of more than nine photographic books, including "Shangri-La [along the tea road to lhasa]", Zheng He: Tracing the Epic Voyages of China’s Greatest ExplorerJapan: The Soul of a NationMarco Polo, A Photographer’s Journey, and many others. In addition, his Silk Road series have been revived with China’s Belt & Road initiatives. He has had over 12 exhibits globally on this new “Silk Road Initiative.” He has won numerous awards from the National Press Photographers Association and the Asian American Journalists Association. National Press Photographers Association and the Asian American Journalists Association. He is also a frequent lecturer and conducts workshops across Asia and the United States.

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