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The fire department here is no different then any other in the world.
Fishing is a passion and an occupation.
Stick-Stick men hang around shopping malls, train stations and bus depots. In this case, a funeral.
People work weekdays and on weekends. There are over 10 million garment workers in China. They average $1.26 per hour.
Every year, in September there are kite flying days. People come, buy a kite, and fly it.
Dry shrimp in used as a favoring in a lot of Chinese cooking.
The combine harvests one mu at a time. They get paid by the mu.
This combine reaps, winnow, and bags the rice.
Done for the day.
The old hospital sign is all that remains.
Small ships deliver the freight to the island.
Cardboard recycling is a must. Each year in China, 20.6 billion packages* are sent. Each package contain a lot of cardboard and cushion material. After the customer removes…
Market places are funny. They tend to stay where they are even when apartment buildings are built. The market place was here for a hundred years.
This fancy gate leads to a small village in the town. It contains the village office, Na Ma Xin Jai Chuan, and severals small businesses.
Farming is labor intensive. Tractors reduce manpower and are necessary to carry out farm work. Unfortunately, China still has a long ways to go in mechanising their farms.
Burning papers are a good way of destroying evidence. Paper shredders leave a trail which can be, although tedious, put back together.
Stone walls such as this one requires a lot of patience and perseverance. This wall must match the decor of Taishan #1 high school and last a long…