Tom Carter of San Francisco is an internationally published freelance photographer and travel writer specializing in the People's Republic of China.
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- "Bookalikes": six degrees of Shanghai Girls
- Lisa See, Vivian Yang and Lan Lan claw it out for the title of original "Shanghai Girl"!
- | Feb 29, 2012
- Christian Science Monitor reviews new China photography book
- The American photojournalist spent two years traveling 35,000 miles through every province of China to photograph this 900-photo book.
- | Aug 28, 2010
- Carter: Getting Book Reviewed "Frustrating"
- Getting the book reviewed has been even more frustrating; there is a certain bias in the mainstream press against indie books like mine; we tend to get passed over by well-financed authors.
- | Aug 22, 2010
- Carter: "Send all High School Grads to a Developing Country"
- "America ought to enact a requisite travel-abroad program for all high-school graduates to work or teach in a developing country for a year, like a compulsory Peace Corps."
- | Aug 6, 2010
- Art, Architecture & Photography Book Review: CHINA
- The point of this book is to bring to life the China that people around the world might not know.
- | Jul 7, 2010
- An Interview With China Photojournalist Tom Carter
- CHINA: Portrait of a People author and photographer Tom Carter expounds on Chinese censorship, peasant riots and how his own insolvency helped inspire his new book in this first exclusive interview.
- | Aug 13, 2007