Man and Land is the most famous monograph published by Juan I-Jong, reflecting his aesthetic and philosophy of life, as well as the re-discoveryof the value of the land. The photobook is divided into four chapters as growth, labor, faith and destination. Prefaced by Chen Danqing, the book also records Juan I-Jong's growth and the journal during his creation of these classic photos.
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Juan I-Jong has been referred to as "Taiwan's Henri-Cartier Bresson" and "The Godfather of Chinese photography", with his black and white images depicting Taiwan's rural past and rapid development far surpassing documentation and localism.