‘Is the grass always greener on the other side?’ by Berlewen Jolixor

By on September 10, 2018

Berlewen-Jolixor-Books-portraitName: Berlewen Jolixor
Hometown: Lyon, France
Resides: Saint Genis Laval, France
Profession: Restoration of historical monuments, painter, decorator
Hobbies: Tai chi, sci-fi, biking, photography
Hipstographer since: 2012
Year of Birth: A jubilee + 4

Favorite Combo:  Lowy  +  Blanko 1 
Favorite Lens:  Lowy 
Favorite Film:  Love 81 
Favorite Flash: The sun

"In order to travel in China, it’s a good idea to leave all your preconceptions at the border! I admit that, for the French, famous for being whiners and sermonizers, this can prove to be a challenge. Our preconceptions are often weightier than the well-filled suitcases full of must-see places the guides themselves haul around.
However, all you need to do is turn a corner, let yourself be immersed into the millions-and-some Chinese to appreciate the lushness of the landscapes and the magical places that stretch out for kilometers ahead of you. Xiéxie (thank you) to Tryphon Tournesol, Tintin, Dupont (d) and all my other little characters allowed me to experience many encounters with curious, surprised, hilarious and often good-natured people. "

Berlewen Jolixor



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