"It turns out that Chinese are not the only ones that are fond of wild fantasies."
July 13, 2012 1:37 PM Subscribe
French photographer Benoit Cezard, who has lived in Wuhan, Hubei province for six years, suddenly rose to fame on the Internet, after he orchestrated a series of photos in which Caucasians pose as migrant workers in China.
Benoit Cezard is convinced that by 2050, China will overtake the United States as the world’s No.1 economy, and as the result, foreigners will come to China for manual and low-paid jobs, such as street vendors and sanitation workers, most of which are currently held by low-cost workers from rural China. text Via
Ministry of Tofu shares photos along with
Chinese netizen's reactions to the series.
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