Ancient China

During my recent brief trip to China, I had a chance to visit an old village. That told me much more about China, its culture and habits, than the big city where I used to stay most of the time.

You can find a lot of those typical villages, just by getting no more than a few miles into the countryside. A western driving license is usually not valid to drive on Chinese territory, but luckily enough, I knew some Chinese fellas willing to show me how their country looked like until not long ago.

Theater drama on village’s main square.

Small river crossing the village, with roofed boats docked in front of the houses

Street Market

Freshwater shrimps exposed for sale dirtectly on the narrow street.


Crowded white buildings on a cloudy day. Pollution is very high in China, and the Sun is not seen very often, including countryside.

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