This week on Sinica, Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn are delighted to host Matthew Niederhauser. A photographer focusing on urban development in China, Matthew has been published in various journals including The New Yorker, National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, Le Monde, and Time Magazine among others. As Jeremy describes it, his visuals of Beijing and other parts of modern China capture the feeling of a society that operates on a scale both "beautiful and horrifying" at the same time.Matthew is currently working on a project documenting China's megablock urban development project. But all of his work is stunning. So while you're listening to the show, be sure to click through the following links and check out his photos on China's counterfeit paradises as well as its visions of modernity. Quick Hint: if you want to see the photo exhibit be sure to scroll right on your monitor rather than scrolling down.And want more Sinica? As always, this show is available as a standalone mp3 file for those of you who'd like to download it instead of listening through our on-site flash player. And if you're looking to subscribe through iTunes, just visit the iTunes store, click on podcasts, and then do a search for Sinica. Once the proper page loads you'll be a click away from downloading everything automatically.