Na Fu is a PhD candidate in politics at the New School for Social Research. Her research interests include migration, spatiality, and the production of inequality in China. Her dissertation focuses on transforming scales of production under the platform economies in China to understand the changing dynamics of social identity and spatial divides.

Border at the Centre of Myth: Fishing Village, Caiwuwei, Shenzhen

Walking alongside the Shenzhen River, overlooking the distinct difference between the two sides of the Shenzhen–Hong Kong border, one enters a space formed and captured by photography, maps, and monuments: Fishing Village (渔民村) in Caiwuwei, Luohu district. In fact, this is the famous ‘fishing village’ that Deng Xiaoping visited during his 1984 inspection tour of […]

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