The piece is a symphony of visuals, ambient sounds and music. It reveals the daily life of Yunnan, China in parks and open-air markets, the natural beauty of the province and its religious side. Traveling is a spontaneous experience, which is why I structured the video so that each scene has a different vibe – from bustling markets to the quiet (sometimes unexpectedly) countryside – to bring audiences to Yunnan as I did. did, as my friend and I rushed from place to place without fully grasping what we saw.
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