"I point the camera at my subjects without warning," writes Japanese photographer Hiroyuki Nakada. "My subjects are neither models nor actors, just ordinary citizens. I can’t help but feel excited seeing the horror somewhere in the depths of expressions on people’s faces in everyday life. Seeing them fulfills me. That is why I still devour them even today, like a hyena that has found its prey.” Nakada's relocation to Shanghai from Japan in 1999 coincided with the purchase of a small Ricoh GR digital camera. The resulting pictures, compiled in a new book, Shanghai, reveal the curiosity of an outsider and the knowledge of an insider.