Nathan Gibson
Nathan Gibson
Nathan Gibson is a photographer, writer and documentary filmmaker with a focus on social issues, peripheral communities and the absurd corners of contemporary life. He splits his time between southwestern China and the United Kingdom, where he is from. His work has appeared in the South China Morning Post, Al Jazeera, and Agence France-Presse.

With only a few thousand members remaining, the loss of the Oroqen language, and with it a way of seeing and expressing the world, is the greatest threat to this community.

Training students to become masseurs clears their path to independence. At a rural Hebei school, corporate partnerships help plug funding gaps left by glacial government progress on rights for disabled.