Photographer Kiliii Yüyan illuminates stories of the Arctic and human communities connected to the land. Informed by ancestry that is both Nanai/Hèzhé (East Asian Indigenous) and Chinese-American, he explores the human relationship to the natural world from different cultural perspectives.
Kiliii is an award-winning contributor to National Geographic Magazine and other major publications.
This event was organised by the Cheshire and North Wales regional committee.
Featured image: Kiliii Yüyan
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