Dominique Musorrafiti

CHINA-UNDERGROUND. Ciao! My name is Dominique. I’m Italian and I’m proud to be a mix. My father was an Italian chemical engineer and high school teacher, with Greek and Polish heritage. My mother is Haitian, she was high school language teacher, with Dominican, Spanish, French, Portuguese, African and Native American heritage. Being a mix makes me appreciate to want to understand different cultures and lifestyles. I grew up in Italy, lived few years in Haiti, travel around main European capitals, lived seven years in China, six in Spain and UK. Traveling makes me feel that we can learn something from every situation in every part of the world.

Recent articles

Joshua Wong asks for a political system reform of Hong Kong, interview

Joshua Wong is a Hong Kong politician and vocal activist of the pro-democracy movement. Recently he was banned to run for the election of the...

The disastrous handling of the Hong Kong protests by the police: Interview with Man-kei Tam, director of Amnesty International Hong Kong

Dr. Man-kei Tam is the director of Amnesty International Hong Kong from 2 November 2018. We have heard reports from protesters of sexual abuse, violence...

U.S. Senate passes rights bill backing Hong Kong protesters, drawing condemnation from Beijing

The US Senate unanimously passed the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act" on Tuesday to protect the human rights of protesters in Hong...

PolyU students attempt escape via underground sewers

Some protesters tried to escape from the siege of PolyU, the Hong Kong Polytechnic from the sewers. Related articles: The dramatic escape of the students...

UN Human Rights urges Hong Kong authorities to do all they can to de-escalate the situation

On Tuesday UN Human Rights released a statement regarding the situation in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: "We have been following with deepening concern...

The dramatic escape of the students from PolyU in Hong Kong

Videos circulating online show the dramatic escape of the protesters from PolyU. Update - According to Hong Kong Free Press, Ip Kin-yuen, an education sector...

Articles:

The 10 Most Polarizing Foods in China

There are some Chinese foods and ingredients that western people intensely tend to love or hate: from hairy tofu to Century Eggs. They are common in some Chinese Provinces and less in others, so these foods can't be...

Chinese Street Kids

Street Kids is a photographic project depicting the last moments of a disappearing reality in China. Cities grow, neighborhoods change, however alleys and messy streets run below the modern skyscrapers. Here, children live a humble life, so much...

Interview: Raymond Choy, founder of Toy2R

Hong Kong Toy Design - Raymond Choy is the founder and President of Toy2R. He spent 10 years working for a US footwear company.From this job, he developed skills in business operation and quality control.With a...

Light leaks and double exposures from China

Dominique Musorrafiti took the images with a LC-A+ and a 35mm film roll.A light leak is a hole or gap in the body of a camera, or other optical instrument, where light is able to "leak" into...

Kunming countryside depicted by Dominique Musorrafiti

Walking around Yunnan countryside and catching everyday life on 135mm film.Photographer Dominique Musorrafiti produced with her Horizon Kompakt panoramic camera few experimental shots using a Lucky super 200.Kunming countryside imagesTopics: horizon kompakt,lucky charm 200,analog film,analog photography, dominique musorrafiti,china...

8 Animals Eaten Alive in China – Graphic Content

For some religious people is forbidden to eat any portion that is cut from animals that are still alive. On the contrary the practice of eating alive animals is widespread around Asia. Monkey brain, fishes, baby mice,...
 

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