Despite the rain, sales must go on.
I noticed a lot of kids wait for their parents to get off work. In a one-person business, this means the kids stay with their parents the whole…
On weekends, Si Hua Shan is filled with vendors, rides, and games. In one of the concession, this woman is playing with her son.
The equivalent to FedEx, China uses motorcycles to deliver packages.
Gates are a tradition; each village has one.
This little village is where my mom lived for age 3 to 10.
Homework, the bane of all students around the world, yet one must do it to remain competitive, China has one of the most competitive education systems in the…
This little girl can barely peer into the cart but she knows what she wants. These carts usually sell boil turnip and pig intestines.
Preparing dinner, she is washing vegetables under a faucet. The faucet is connected via PVC to a larger PVC which is connect to a storage tank up the…
These kids are selling puzzles of Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, and other famous landmarks, places Taishan people have little chance to see.
Puzzle sales are going okay. They also sell clothes and blankets at a different location. The girl is a muslim as well as the rest of the family….
With a simple cart, some clothes, and a place to sell, this entrepreneur is in business. She has to get the clothes, secure the cart, and march to…
She is eating breakfast at the edge of the road. Her eyes never left her cell phone.
Rainy day in Sanhe.
This is a reservoir located at a temple. This girl descended the stairs just to look at the leaves.
Upscale mattress and bedding stores are popping up. Mostly, due to remissions from factory workers and overseas Chinese.