How a global traveller came home to reconnect with China of his youth and preserve fading traditions

//How a global traveller came home to reconnect with China of his youth and preserve fading traditions

How a global traveller came home to reconnect with China of his youth and preserve fading traditions

Standing amid the misty hills and highland rice terraces of Longsheng in southwest China in 1997, Keren Su had a vision.“I dreamt about building a house just like the traditional houses in surrounding villages, which are built the ancient Chinese way: entirely wooden and not a single nail. It took me nine years to fulfil that dream.”A peek inside the US$6 million floating home that can withstand a hurricaneAt the time, Su was photographing the so-called Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces, some 100…

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