Exhibitions: 
  • Danish Cultural Center in Beijing, China between April 16 - May 9, 2021
  • InterCulture in Guangzhou, China between September 25 - October 24, 2021

Together with the exhibition, workshops, film screenings and public events are organized to invite the public to engage with the topic of disability, inclusiveness and equality.
The project was exhibited in Danish Culture Center in Beijing China between April 16 - May 9, 2021.
Xiao Jia, one of the participants of the portrait project, leads a non-visual yoga workshop. Participants are encouraged to put on eye-masks during the workshop and simply follow Xiao Jia's voice instruction.
Participants are encouraged to put on eye-masks during the workshop and simply follow Xiao Jia's voice instruction.
Xiao Jia, one of the participants of the portrait project, leads a non-visual make-up workshop for people who're visually impaired, in conjunction with "AccessAbility" exhibition in Beijing, China.
Participants learn the basics before putting on make-up.
A participant puts on make-up while Xiao Jia gives instruction to others.

Yan Cong

Yan Cong is an independent photographer based in Beijing. She focuses most of her long-term projects on women’s issues, rural China, and China’s relations with its neighbors.
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