One poncho covers two persons like what this woman and her son is wearing.
Rain does not keep people from going where they want to go. This includes the man on the cellphone with prone tanks on his bike.
Despite the rain, sales must go on.
People waiting for the bus in rainy weather. Rainy weather is prevalent during the months of July and August because Taishan is close to the sea,
Man walking his motorcycle in the rain.
The buses are fairly modern with video monitor for backing-up.
The driver is looking to see if I want a ride.
Buses in the rain.
During the rain people rest or do work indoors. The rice is planted and the fields are growing. The tricyclist peddles down the road. Quiet.
Rain can’t keep people indoors when they must go out.
Vendors must sell, rain or shine, to earn their daily bread. The Chinese pick the best fresh vegetables they can find. The veggies should be young and tender, have a…
Despite the rain, these women have to be out.
In the rain, the Chinese have an ingenious way of solving their problem. They use a light weight, single point anchor ‘overhang’ to ward off the rain.
Neither rain, nor sleet nor snow (?) stops bicyclist. The oversize umbrella and small bicycle doesn’t stop him either.
Rain or shine, vendors work all hours and weather.