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SupChina Photo Contest: Deliveryman, by Patrick Firmansyah

Editor’s note: Patrick Firmansyah’s photo (click to enlarge) is the Grand Prize winner in the SupChina Photo Contest — please see all the winning entries here, and thank you again for everyone who entered. We’ll be publishing several other images in our Photo of the Day section, which also appears at the bottom of our daily newsletter.


Taken in mid-February somewhere around Changshou Road. Arrived in February in Shanghai, and one of the first things that stuck out was the fact that you can have everything delivered. Not only food, but baked goods, pharmacy, groceries, flowers…and the vast number of drivers required to make it happen. Not only navigating the roads but complex buildings with separate elevators for delivery and multiple entrances.

Patrick Firmansyah

Patrick Firmansyah is a director, photographer, and visual effects artist. He works with clients all over the world and is especially interested in documentary-style work. He likes to explore different perspectives on life and capture the extraordinary in the mundane.

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