Pausing for thought, lost in the intringue


Though austere, given that she was only copying down Chinese characters, her study conditions were adequate for what she was doing. This was on the first time I’d seen her, in my repeated visits (for my evening meal), she would be always at it. Possibly her mother owned the shop she sat outside. Along with her study brother seen in the previous post, these sons and daughters of working mums and dads, were hard at it.  Good on them I say.

On another topic, the people of Guangzhou take to being photographed well, and with a certain amount of dignity.

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