With all of the censorship and communism and crazy leaders and crap, you don't often think of China in a photographic sense. However, as photojournalist Wang Yuanling shows, it can be sparse, reflective and serene. A year after the 2008 Sichuan earthquakes, Yuanling travelled from her home city of Chongqing to the affected areas to see how they had changed. If they had changed. Some of what she captured is pictured below. You can see much more on her flickr.