Salt in Ancient China
Author: Song Jupu and Jing Hong
Order No. 1093
Publisher: Homa & Sekey Books
Size: 7 x 9
Price: $39.95. You pay only $31.96 (after 20% discount).
Salt in Ancient China shows the magnificent and rich salt culture of China. The first photograph book illustrating China’s salt culture, the book tells the history, culture and technology of the salt industry. There are about a hundred pictures in the book that show various Chinese salt fields where salt comes from: the ancient salt pond, deep in the earth, the sea, the vast desert, and the Tibetan plateau, etc. Salt in Ancient China also discusses the salt culture and the salt production technology. The book is not only a reference for professionals for salt study, but also a basic guide for general readers.
Song Jupu is a member of the China Photographers Association, and of the China Art Photography Society. His major publications include Mount Wutai: The Buddhist Sacred Land (co-author), Mount Hengshan in Hunan, Four Seasons in Mount Arxanshan, and China Danxia. He won the excellent photographer album award at the Pingyao International Photography Festival, two gold awards on China 11th International Photographic Art Exhibition, the personal gold award of Black and White Biennale Award at the 28th FIAP Congress and the 2007 Golden Statue Award for China Photography.
Jing Hong is the deputy editor-in-chief of Zhejiang Ancient Books Publishing House. She won the 12th China Books Award and the first Chinese Best Publications Award for the books she planned and edited.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 23 December, 2013.