The Window by Zhou Na

I have spent three years collecting accounts and examining how survivors and families have coped since that traumatic event. I document the lingering pain, to resist public forgetting and indifference.
— Zhou Na

A reflection on the aftermath of the Tianjin Explosion that claimed 173 lives in one of China's busiest seaports in 2015.

This video was produced by Zhou Na during the 2017 Photography and Social Justice Fellowship, a program that expands diversity and creativity in the field of documentary photography through capacity-building and critical explorations of photography and social change. Read more about The Window on ChinaFile.

This project was made with equipment donated generously by FUJIFILM North America Corporation to the Photography and Social Justice Program. Zhou Na shot on a FUJIFILM X-Pro2.

Simone Salvo