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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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Tom Carter named "one of the most extraordinary explorers of China"
The World of Chinese magazine has named Tom Carter "ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY EXPLORERS OF CHINA", along with Zheng He, Xu Xiake and Matteo Ricci, in their latest 2012 issue.
  | May 24, 2012
Former politician turned travel photographer backpacks 35,000 miles across all o
Carter has traveled more than 56,000 kilometers across all 33 provinces, stopping at more than 200 cities and villages.
  | Apr 17, 2012
(cool video) Incredible INDIA Travel Photography
Travel photographer Tom Carter is backpacking across all of India to photograph his next book. Here is a preview of some of his incredible imagery from the 35 states of India.
  | Sep 17, 2011
US-China Institute interviews Tom Carter
US-China Institute interviews photographers and photojournalists exploring China's modern transformation. Tom Carter, author of CHINA: Portrait of a People, takes us on a visual journey across China.
  | Aug 29, 2011
1 photographer + China x 35,000 miles = amazing!
And while the quality of the pictures is not coffee table standard, the lack of gloss emphasizes the absence of Photoshopped trickery that characterizes other photo books. This is an honest work.
  | Sep 11, 2010
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 publishes new book about CHINA
Carter graphically documents the old China as well as the work in progress that is New China. "The goal was to portray China as it portrayed itself to me," Carter says.
  | Aug 10, 2010
Expo USA Pavilion sponsors an afternoon of photography and sound
By juxtaposing photography and sound, the American Art displays a modern China of unique experiences. Tom Carter, author of China: Portrait of a People and Terence Lloren, author of Growing up with Shanghai, both have intimately captured the Chinese.
  | Aug 10, 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
The Face of Real China
Groundbreaking snapshots were compiled into CHINA: Portrait of a People. With the international release of his book this summer, the rest of the world can now tag along on Tom Carter's eye-opening journey through China.
  | Jul 7, 2010
A Photography Book Review of Biblical Proportions
Two books about China with nearly identical names was enough happenstance to invite a proverbial David-and-Goliath comparison between both: one a major title from a well-financed publishing house and the other released under the radar by an independent
  | Jun 25, 2010
Carter's China Photo Book FINALLY Debuts on Amazon.com!
At 600 pages and over 800 photos, CHINA: Portrait of a People is the most comprehensive photography book on modern China ever published by a single author. Available NOW on Amazon.com!
  | Jun 25, 2010
The World in Photos
As a regular world traveler for business and pleasure, one of my hobbies is to collect coffee table books for every country or city I have visited. This is a list of stand-out photography books, the ones that really are displayed on my coffee table.
  | Jun 3, 2010
Cool India Travel Photography
Travel photographer Tom Carter is presently traveling across the entire country of India to create his next photo book, INDIA : Portrait of a People.
  | May 24, 2009
Snapshot of a country (china.org reviews new photo book)
"China: Portrait of a People is a snapshot of an entire country in a time of great change; a truthful and touching portrayal of the Chinese people in all their variety, charm and earthiness," writes John Sexton, book reviewer for China.Org
  | Dec 12, 2008
New photography book reviewed in Macau magazine
Macau magazine reviews new photo book
  | Nov 11, 2008
Traveling in China - everything you need to know
Backpacking in China - everything you need to know!
  | Nov 11, 2008
Have Camera, Will Backpack
Backpacker photographer Tom Carter spent two years capturing the China that few people see. He often slept on bus station floors and advises: "Close your eyes and point to a place on a Chinese map, then go there," writes Yao Minji.
  | Jun 17, 2008
On the China Road
ForeignerCN.com correspondent Krokodil Han sits down with photojournalist Tom Carter to seek out the answers to traveling in China.
  | Feb 13, 2008
Xanadu: Inner Mongolia's Winter Wonderland
Yuanshangdu, Inner Mongolia - a frozen kingdom few travelers are brave enough to enter. By photojournalist Tom Carter for BK Magazine.
  | Jan 15, 2008
Photographer Seeks Travel Sponsors for Asia Tourism Project
"We have standing offers from multinational corporations and regional tourism boards. We are also entertaining sponsorship offers from photography camera companies, backpacking outfitters and travel agencies."
  | Jan 7, 2008
Ask an expert: China Travel
Ask any question about traveling in China on Allexperts.com, the oldest & largest free Q&A service on the Internet.
  | Jan 1, 2008
China Travel Articles
  | Dec 3, 2007
World Photo Adventure - Tom Carter Photojournalist
Pictures of Chinese people from photojournalist Tom Carter
  | Sep 5, 2007
Seven Hidden Treasures Of China You've Never Heard Of
From China Expat Magazine. Includes "China's Five Most Beautiful Villages: A Photo Essay by Tom Carter"
  | Sep 5, 2007
Have Camera, Will Backpack
Backpacker photographer Thomas Carter spent two years capturing the China that few people see. He often slept on bus station floors and advises: "Close your eyes and point to a place on a Chinese map, then go there," writes Yao Minji.
  | Aug 30, 2007
Quest for photo book on Chinese people set to end in Hong Kong
South China Morning Post, City Seen
  | Aug 4, 2007