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Yang's work may do what was promised a century ago-freezing a memory forever. "Newsday" April 13, 2001
~The strength of Yang's shattered, atomized, and all but obliterated portraits lies not in their specificity but in their universality.
"Village Voice Literary Supplement" April 2001
The Mount Zion portraits… are by far Mr. Yang's strongest work…They accentuate the treasures that reveal themselves only to people who stop to look closely. "New York Times" April 27 2001~It is startling that
the power of a simple image continues to capture our imagination and draw us back to lives long gone, to speculate on the joys and sorrows that they faced here in New York. "Jewish Press Magazine" May 18, 2001