If you live in Beijing and enjoy taking pictures, there’s a job opening that might interest you. The Asia Society Center on US-China Relations is losing its Beijing photographer and needs a replacement to take one pic per day of the city’s skyline as part of its ongoing China Air Daily project, produced by Michael Zhao.
Interested parties are asked to contact Mr. Zhao via email. “Shouldn’t take more than 1 minute each day,” he tells us, and “modest compensation” can be discussed.
The official job posting is here.
We also hope to find the best view and location possible, somewhere not too close to downtown Beijing but preferably with an open view of the skyscape.
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Why would they not simply mount a good quality web cam on a building or roof top and program it to take a pic a day?