• Nanjing Road

    Shanghai, China

    Nanjing Road is the main shopping street of Shanghai, China, and is one of the world's busiest shopping streets. It is named after the city of Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province neighbouring Shanghai.

    Nanjing Road, Huangpu, Shanghai, China, 200085

  • North Rustico

    North Rustico, Canada

    North Rustico is a town located in the northern part of Queens County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. It became an incorporated municipality in 1954. North Rustico became a town on November 16, 2013.

    North Rustico, PE, Canada

  • Jin Mao Tower

    Shanghai, China

    88-story, spired skyscraper offering restaurants, offices, a Grand Hyatt hotel & observation deck.

    Jin Mao Tower, 88 Century Ave, LuJiaZui, Pudong Xinqu, China, 200120


    +86 21 5047 6688

  • Saint Peters Harbour

    Saint Peters Harbour, Canada

    The St. Peters Harbour Light is a lighthouse on St. Peter's Bay, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The station was established in 1865 and the lighthouse itself was built in 1881. It has been inactive since spring 2008.

    Saint Peters Harbour, PE C0A, Canada

  • Mogan Shan

    Shanghai, China

    Mount Mogan is a mountain located in Deqing County, Zhejiang Province, China, 60 kilometers from the provincial capital Hangzhou and 200 km from Shanghai. It is part of the Moganshan National Park and at its base is the small town of Moganshan.

    Mogan Shan, Deqing, Huzhou, China, 313202

  • Huangpu River

    Shanghai, China

    The Huangpu, formerly romanized as Whangpoo, is a 113 kilometres-long river flowing through Shanghai that was first excavated and created by Lord Chunshen, one of the Four Lords of the Warring States during the Warring States Period.

    Huangpu River, China

Shanghai: Here and Away

Capturing the landscapes of two vastly different destinations, “Here and Away” asks the age-old question: city or countryside? Filmmaker Andrew McCormack has lived in both urban and rural environments, and has taken it upon himself to visually represent the eternal dilemma. To create the foil between the two, he juxtaposes Prince Edward Island, Canada, and Shanghai, China. An old man in Canada explains why he never left the island, and a young woman in China explains the allure of the city’s vibrant life. The subjects may not understand each other, but that doesn’t matter — we gaze into their different worlds and see the beauty in both.


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